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Topic - Siemens Southern Africa
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Oct 03, 2014
Construction of the Gauteng Nerve Centre, which will control all commuter rail traffic in Gauteng, is well under way.
Jul 04, 2014
Construction of the Gauteng Nerve Centre, which will control all commuter rail traffic in Gauteng, is well under way.
Jun 27, 2014
Jul 12, 2013
The project is about 55% complete.
May 24, 2013
Electronics and electrical engineering group Siemens Southern Africa has expanded its Johannesburg operations by upgrading its East Rand, Isando Mechanical Drives centre, and has increased its product offering, Siemens Mechanical Drives business development manager...
Apr 18, 2012
Electronics and electrical engineering group Siemens Southern Africa has bought out black economic-empowerment (BEE) partner New Africa Millenium Telecommunications stake in the company, which it will transfer to employees. CEO Siegmar Proebsti announced on...
Jul 09, 2010
Jul 25, 2008
Engineering group Siemens Southern Africa says that the company's skills development investment is between R20-million and R30-million a year, which indicates its commitment to skills development and retention.
Jul 25, 2008
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Sep 21, 2007
 
 
 
Jun 22, 2007
A multitiered model may be necessary to cope with the inflow of tourists attending the 2010 soccer World Cup.
Jun 12, 2007
A spate of acquisitions, both in South Africa and internationally, has “significantly” boosted the local competence of electrical engineering firm Siemens Southern Africa, particularly in the fields of power generation, transmission and distribution as...
Jun 08, 2007
Full name: Siegmar Guenther Proebstl Position: CEO of Siemens South Africa since November 2006
Mar 30, 2007
Industrial giant Siemens has announced that Linacre Investments, a 100% subsidiary of Sekunjalo Investment Holdings, and Business Venture Investments No. 626, a 100% subsidiary of New Africa Millennium Telecommunications (Africom), had each acquired an additional 2%...
Oct 17, 2006
In a surprise move, electrical and electronic engineering group Siemens Southern Africa CEO Pete da Silva announced his resignation on Tuesday.
Oct 13, 2006
During a visit to South Africa in August, Georg Wilms, Vice-President: Major Events for Siemens, Germany, spoke about the expected infra-structure developments in South Africa for the FIFA World Cup.
Oct 13, 2006
Siemens encourages its black-economic-empowerment (BEE) partners to play an active role in helping to grow the business, says executive director corporate affairs Bheki Khumalo.
Oct 13, 2006
One of Pete da Silva's mandates when he was appointed CEO of Siemens Southern Africa two years ago was to make the rest of the diverse local operation independent of telecommunications. This came against the background of the telecommunications arm of Siemens...
Oct 13, 2006
The environmental challenge to South Africa is not if the country and its people align themselves with the majority of the world in terms of legislation and mindset comprising the entire spectrum of the term environment, but when.
Oct 13, 2006
One of Pete da Silva’smandates when he was appointed CEO of Siemens Southern Africa two years ago was to make the rest of the diverse local operation independent of telecommunications. This came against the background of the telecommunications arm of Siemens...
 
 
 
 
Oct 13, 2006
A definition of Group Strategy would be ‘a grouping of professionals who strategise to achieve a company goal or objective’ and Siemens Southern Africa believe they have the right measure of group strategy and mix of staff expertise to improve upon and...
Dec 09, 2005
In response to the recent above-average growth for electrical energy, power-utility Eskom has initiated a number of projects to ensure that the additional requirement for peaking power anticipated in Southern Africa in 2007 is met.
Nov 18, 2005
The recent opening of Safcor Panalpina’s ?10 000 m2 logistics facility at Johannesburg International Airport (JIA), jointly developed with Siemens Southern Africa, is the latest step in providing the most complex supply-chain offering to its customers.
Nov 04, 2005
Corporate security solutions, which are designed to add value to business through the derivation of security intelligence, are rapidly becoming an essential element of business processes, which is evidenced by the fact that the industry is expanding at a rate of...
Sep 23, 2005
Power, transport sectors identified as key growth areas
Sep 13, 2005
A new 10 000-m2 logistics facility at Johannesburg International Airport jointly developed by Safcor Panalpina and Siemens Southern Africa, opened yesterday, the two companies reported.
Sep 02, 2005
Siemens Southern Africa's Automation and Drives (A&D) division yesterday reported that it had secured an order of some R7-million for the PLC and SCADA component of Xstrata's Lion project.
Sep 01, 2005
After the European Union Commission's antitrust investigations, which ended in July, it has approved the acquisition of Flender - a manufacturer of mechanical and electrical drives by Siemens.
May 06, 2005
Although the soccer World Cup in 2010 seems like a long way away, there is much that needs to be done – and done quickly – in order to ensure that the country is ready to host a sporting event of this magnitude.
May 06, 2005
THE biggest challenge facing the turbomachinery servicing and refurbishing industry in Southern Africa today is the lack of people who are both qualified and experienced.
 
 
 
 
Jan 18, 2005
Having filled the position of CEO of Siemens Southern Africa for ten years, Dr Klaus D
Jan 04, 2005
An order worth more than R200-million from the Multiplex/Bateman joint venture (MBJV) has been awarded to Siemens Industrial Solutions and Services, to supply a complete turnkey electrical solution for Kenmare Resources's Moma titanium minerals mine project in...
Dec 03, 2004
Siemens Southern Africa is set to play a significant role in Eskom’s return-to-service and refurbishment projects.
Dec 03, 2004
Engineering company Siemens Southern Africa is involved in the building a fully-automated warehouse for Sasol as part of the petrochemicals giant’s Project Turbo.
Nov 25, 2004
Industrial equipment group Siemens Industrial Solutions and Services has been awarded an order worth more than R200-million from the Multiplex/Bateman joint venture (MBJV) to supply a complete turnkey electrical solution for Kenmare Resources's Moma Titatnium...
Nov 05, 2004
Engineering group Siemens Southern Africa has set itself a target of increasing the proportion of goods and services it sources from empowered suppliers to more than 50% during the current financial year, to the end of September 2005.
Aug 11, 2004
Technology group Siemens Southern Africa has announced plans to consolidate it 33 South African service sites into 15 as it moves to reduce costs and improve service.
Jul 16, 2004
Electrical engineering and electronics leader Siemens is on the verge of completing a steel coiling project for a large stainless-steel producer in Middelburg.
Jun 25, 2004
One of the world leaders in electrical engineering and electronics Siemens Southern Africa has been awarded a contract to supply six compressor trains to Sasol’s Project Turbo.
May 12, 2004
At an awards event in Berlin, Germany attended by German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder, World Bank President James Wolfensohn and many other dignitaries, Siemens Southern Africa was presented with the New York-based Global Business Coalition (GBC) on HIV/Aids award...
 
 
 
 
Mar 26, 2004
Multinational firm Siemens Southern Africa is involved in another vital electrification project in southern Africa, after being awarded a €1,47-million contract to supply, install and commission power line carrier (PLC) equipment to the Tanzania Electric Supply...
Mar 01, 2004
In an initiative designed to familiarise instrumentation technicians and process control students with the latest technology and products on the market, three of the world's biggest names in instrumentation and control systems have combined forces to establish a...
Feb 13, 2004
Sub-Saharan Africa, the only region to have experienced falling electricity access rates from 1970 until 2000, could see this trend continue until 2030, says a divisional director at Siemens Southern Africa, basing his forecast on World Bank statistics.
Dec 05, 2003
In a deal worth about R28-million, Siemens Southern Africa has been awarded a contract for the upgrade of the medium-voltage switchgear at the Arnot Power Station, which was one of Eskom’s first modern coal-fired power stations, made fully operational in 1975.
Feb 14, 2003
Electronic and electrical engineering firm Siemens Southern Africa hopes to use the contract it has won for the implementation of the Kinshasa network normalisation and prepayment meter project as an entry point into the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
 
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