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Ms. Dana , Yanai
Head of Corporate Communication
Siemens Israel14 Hamelacha Street
48091 Rosh Ha‘ayin ISRAEL
Tel.: +972 (73) 769-6622
Fax: (+972 3) 9151-551
In fiscal year 2013, Siemens in Israel scored major successes:
Siemens leads the energy market in Israel, with more than 30 percent of the country’s electricity produced by Siemens gas and steam turbines and generators. All company-supplied gas turbines are maintained by long-term service agreements.
Siemens Israel signed an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract with a domestic independent power provider company for its 439-MW combined cycle power plant (CCPP).
Siemens will also provide two 50-MW gas turbines and two 25-MW steam turbines for the new combined cycle power plants at Ramat Gavriel and Alon Tavor. In fiscal year 2013, the Low and Medium Voltage (LMV) Division completed around 100 installations of medium-voltage equipment for photovoltaic (PV) projects in Israel.
The Division also supplied over 300 medium-voltage ring main units (RMUs) to Israel Electrical Corporation (IEC).The Smart Grid Division upgraded the existing energy management system for Israel Electrical Corporation (IEC).
Being a market leader in imaging solutions, Siemens installed variety of imaging equipment such as: x-ray rooms, catheterization laboratory (cath lab) systems, a positron emission tomography/computed tomography system (PET/CT) at Shaare Zedek Hospital in Jerusalem.
The company received recently an order for PET/MRI from Assuta Medical Center and three MRI systems from Sourasky Medical Center in Tel-Aviv In March 2013, Siemens AG’s Healthcare awarded Siemens Israel’s business partner, Nevo Medical, its annual Sales Partner Award for outstanding growth. Nevo Medical has expanded its sales in clinical products, mammography products, radiology, fluoroscopy & urology.
The Industry Automation and Drive Technologies Divisions won a contract to supply magnetic flow meters to Mekorot, the national water utility, for the fifth year in a row.
The Drive Technologies Division successfully delivered rectifiers and a control system to a magnesium plant near the Dead Sea.
Dead Sea Works, a worldwide leader in potash manufacturing, selected Siemens’ Drive Technologies Division to upgrade the variable frequency drives (VFD) and control systems at its Tzefa conveyer system. Siemens was also awarded a multiyear contract to supply automation and drive products to Ormat turbines and Amiad Water Systems.
The company is currently installing and integrating a new baggage handling system, integrated with automatic screening machines, at Terminal 3 of Ben-Gurion International Airport. The project completion is expected by end of 2014.
Siemens delivered the last batch of the 87 single-deck push-pull coaches to Israel Railways Company in fiscal 2011, and delivered a follow-up order for 31 additional coaches in 2012.
Siemens has been present in the region of Israel for nearly 90 years. In year 2000, Siemens Israel Ltd. was established headquartered in Rosh Ha'ayin. Since then, Siemens has been involved in the country's key strategic infrastructure projects in the fields of energy, industry, healthcare and mobility, and has conducted procurement and investment activities exceeding EUR 1 billion.