Siemens will continue to increase its presence and support in Vietnam

Recently, to mark the milestone of 30 years of official presence in Vietnam, Siemens held a solemn celebration in Ho Chi Minh City. The event is a special occasion for Siemens Vietnam to honor its achievements and at the same time express deep gratitude to individuals and organizations who have supported and trusted Siemens over the past three decades.

Speaking at this event, Mr. Matthias Rebellius, member of the board of directors of Siemens AG and General Director of the Smart Infrastructure Department, expressed: “We are extremely proud of our contributions to the development of infrastructure.” Vietnam’s urban and socio-economic infrastructure over the past 3 decades. We have contributed to making good changes for millions of customers and partners, making them more competitive, more successful and more sustainable. Entering a new decade in Vietnam, we are committed to promoting Vietnam’s progress for a green future.”

Siemens has a strong presence in Vietnam in many fields

Specifically, Siemens has made significant contributions to the development of Vietnam’s energy industry, contributing to ensuring a stable electricity supply for the country through participating in the implementation of many key power plant projects. from thermal power to wind power and solar power.

Siemens will continue to increase its presence and support in Vietnam
Siemens will continue to increase its presence and support in Vietnam

Power plants using Siemens gas turbines include Phu My 3 combined cycle power plant with a capacity of 740MW, Ca Mau 1&2 CTKH plant with a total capacity of 1,500MW and Nhon Trach 2 CTKH plant with a total capacity of 1,500MW. capacity of 750MW are the most efficient power plants in Vietnam, with high reliability of over 95%.

Siemens also contributed to bringing Vietnam’s largest solar power plant Trung Nam – Thuan Nam into operation. This entire cluster of solar power projects is expected to contribute about 1 billion kWh of electricity to the country’s electricity system each year.

In the medical field, Siemens Healthineers’ imaging diagnostic system has significantly contributed to improving the quality of medical examination and treatment for Vietnamese people. Some examples include the package providing diagnostic imaging solutions for S.I.S Can Tho international general hospital and the package installing the Aptio Automation fully automated testing system for Cho Ray hospital.

In Vietnam’s digital transformation journey, Siemens’ digitalization and automation solutions help Vietnamese customers in the wastewater treatment, food and beverage, paper, cement, machine manufacturing, and chemical industries. chemicals, metals and other industries increase productivity, increase energy efficiency and increase competitiveness. For example, the comprehensive solution on Siemens’ SIMOCRANE platform helps Saigon New Port – the largest container port in Vietnam – maximize productivity, thereby significantly reducing ship release time.

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