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||31 July 2009
Siemens’ Indonesia unit spends 8.7m euro on expansion
PT Siemens Indonesia is investing 8.7 million euro this year to expand its power-generation factory in Cilegon, Banten, the Jakarta Post reported.
The expansion includes the installation of new machines and equipment to accommodate international orders awarded by parent company Siemens AG.
The factory is a feeder plant located on 43,000 square meters of land, with a 24,000-square-meter production facility, the company said Wednesday in a statement.
It is being considered for one of the feeder plants in the global manufacturing network of Siemens Power Generation.
"Capability and reliability with quality standards of our power-generation factory in Cilegon have become the most important considerations in obtaining orders from projects of Siemens AG, Germany," said Hans Peter Haesslein, president director and CEO of Siemens Indonesia.
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