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1 Billion Euro for Siemens to upgrade infrastructure ahead of 2010

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SIEMENS says it has landed orders totaling about EURO 1 billion for infrastructure projects in advance of the 2010 World Cup to be held in South Africa.

Officials said the orders were in connection with the expansion of South Africa’s energy infrastructure. “Our infrastructure solutions are supporting our partners in South Africa in ensuring the 2010 World Cup will be an emotional highlight for the country,” said Siegfried Russwurm, a member of Siemens’ Management Board, responsible for the company’s activities in Africa.

“Long after the World Cup is over, the solutions we are providing in South Africa will continue to bring sustainable improvements in the quality of people’s lives. The products will support the further development of the economy and enhance environmental protection.”

Besides contributing a large number of solutions in the areas of power generation and transmission, Siemens is participating in the design of traffic management solutions for mass transit systems and in the improvement of healthcare services. In addition, until now lighting
systems from the Siemens subsidiary Osram will be employed in eight of the ten World Cup stadiums.

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