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Siemens increases “Saudization”

Siemens has signed with the local Saudi Industrial Property Authority for the construction of manufacturing and servicing facility in Dammam for gas turbines, compressors, and steam recovery generators.

The facility will be a center of technological excellence and a job engine for the local market.

Siemens has been active in Saudi Arabia for over 75 years. From the very beginning, the company has contributed significantly to the development of the country’s infrastructure. One third of the power used in the Kingdom is transmitted and distributed by Siemens.

Ras Al Khair Project

Siemens Fossil Power Generation has received an order to supply the components for the Ras Al Khair combined cycle power plant with an associated seawater desalination facility. Siemens will supply twelve gas turbines, ten heat-recovery steam generators, five steam turbines, and the associated auxiliary and ancillary systems. The order volume for Siemens is more than $1 billion, making it one the largest orders posted by Siemens Energy in the Middle East.

The completion is scheduled on early 2014.

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1 Comment to “Siemens increases “Saudization””

  1. i worked on with siemens at roush power plant

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