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Siemens and Guangdong launched a new strategic cooperation

Guangzhou. On September 29, 2011, Siemens and the Guangdong Provincial Development and Reform Commission signed a strategic cooperation framework agreement in Guangzhou today. The two sides will carry out comprehensive strategic cooperation in the fields of transportation, industry, energy and medical treatment, and jointly promote the vigorous economic and social development of Guangdong Province during the 12th Five Year Plan period. Over the years, Siemens has maintained a win-win and mutually beneficial stable cooperation with Guangdong Province. The framework agreement signed today is not only Guangdong Province's high recognition of Siemens' contributions to local economic and social development, but also a new starting point for the continuation of cooperation between the two sides in the new development period. Cheng Meiwei, CEO of Siemens Northeast Asia and President and CEO of Siemens (China) Co., Ltd., said that under this framework, we will continue to make more positive contributions to accelerating the transformation and upgrading of Guangdong Province and building a happy Guangdong

Nong Keqiang, senior vice president of Siemens (China) Co., Ltd., signed the cooperation framework agreement at the signing ceremony. Wang Yang, member of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee and Secretary of the Guangdong provincial Party committee, and Huang Huahua, governor of Guangdong Province, and Cheng Meiwei jointly saw that the electronic tensile testing machine adopted the landing type, which confirmed the signing of the framework agreement. According to the agreement, the two sides will strengthen cooperation in the fields of transportation, industry, energy and medical treatment, and use Siemens' environmental protection solutions, innovation strength, new business models and expertise to support the construction of relevant fields during the 12th Five Year Plan period in Guangdong Province

Siemens provides comprehensive and environmentally friendly solutions for industrial, energy, medical, infrastructure and urban areas. With the technology we provide that meets the development needs of Guangdong Province and our long-standing good cooperation with Guangdong Province, I believe we will continue to become an ideal partner for the development of Guangdong Province during the 12th Five Year Plan period. Nong Keqiang said that we look forward to fruitful cooperation in the near future

the cooperation between Siemens and Guangdong began in 1929, when Siemens provided Guangdong with two diesel generators. Over the years, Siemens has been widely involved in the development and construction of Guangdong Province, including major subway lines and intercity rail transit lines in Guangzhou and Shenzhen, several west to East power transmission projects, and many infrastructure projects including Guangzhou new passenger station, Asian Games activities and competition venues in Guangdong Province. In June, 2010, Siemens transferred the world's leading 800 kV DC transformer technology to its enterprises in Guangzhou, and increased the investment of nearly 260 million yuan to establish its first transformer production base of this technology in China. In September, 2011, Siemens signed a memorandum of understanding with the non supported central China Singapore Guangzhou Knowledge City Investment and Development Co., Ltd., which pushed rather than dragged samples, to jointly build China Singapore Guangzhou Knowledge City

Siemens in China

only when there are no national standards, industrial standards and local standards, Siemens is a leading enterprise in the field of electronic and electrical engineering in the world, and its main business is concentrated in the fields of industry, energy, medical treatment, infrastructure and cities. Over the past 139 years, Siemens has unremittingly expanded cooperation with China with its excellent solutions, technologies and products, and is unique with its outstanding technical achievements, unremitting pursuit of innovation, outstanding quality and reliable reliability. In fiscal year 2010 (October 1st, 2009 September 30th, 2010), Siemens' total revenue in China reached 5.5 billion euros (excluding OSRAM and Siemens IT solutions and services group). Today, Siemens has more than 25000 employees in China, and has established 16 R & D centers, 69 operating enterprises and 64 regional offices * for steel plate testing instructions. It has developed into an integral part of China's economy and is dedicated to working together with China to achieve sustainable development. For more information, please visit:

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