Siemens Launches New Industrial Systems Division

Siemens Electric Limited recently announced the launching of its new Industrial Systems Division, Pointe Claire, Quebec, Canada, which will be responsible for integrated electrical systems for the marine, offshore, diesel power, pulp and paper, mining, metals, petrochemical and chemical industries.

The division includes major elements of the former Electrical System Division and is strongly oriented towards a systems approach using equipment manufactured by Siemens, together with Siemens automation, to offer engineered system solutions for projects of all sizes.

Canadian engineers have been involved in the design and delivery of electrical systems for such projects as: Canadian lakers, icebreakers, ferries and trawlers; Halifax and Montreal harbor cranes; and dieselelectric generating plants. They will now be able to use the expertise acquired on these projects to offer integrated systems with a minimum of outside interfaces, supervise the installation, commission the system, and provide after-sales customer service.

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