Siemens NEWS


High Speed Rail Solutions

The global leader in high speed rail, Siemens is committed to helping the U.S. build a 21st Century rail network that will revitalize city centers, create jobs and stimulate economic development while safeguarding the environment for future generations.

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Siemens Takes to the Stage

On December 20, 2014, a spectacular theatrical event celebrated its premiere in Wuhan, China: the Han Show. The principal performers behind the scenes were three huge robot arms and sophisticated control technology from Siemens.

Shareholders elect Nathalie von Siemens and Norbert Reithofer to the Supervisory Board

At the Annual Shareholders' Meeting in Munich, shareholders of Siemens AG elected Nathalie von Siemens and Norbert Reithofer to the Supervisory Board and ratified the acts of the members of the Managing and Supervisory Boards for fiscal 2014.

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In the foyer of Siemens' 2015 Annual Shareholders' Meeting

The Annual Shareholders' Meeting of Siemens AG brought together thousands of shareholders and employees again in 2015.



Changes in Siemens Managing Board: Janina Kugel appointed member. Hermann Requardt to leave

Janina Kugel, previously Corporate Vice President Human Resources and Siemens' Chief Diversity Officer, was appointed to the Managing Board by the Supervisory Board of Siemens AG at its meeting today.

Auschwitz liberated 70 years ago today: Siemens remembers the victims of National Socialism

The world is today commemorating and honoring the victims of National Socialism. Seventy years ago, on January 27, 1945, the Auschwitz and Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camps were liberated by Soviet troops.

Siemens to supply new baggage handling system at Los Angeles International Airport

Southwest Airlines® has chosen Siemens to install a new baggage handling system in Terminal 1 at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).

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Drive System for the World's Largest Dump Truck

The world's biggest dump truck can transport more than 500 metric tons of material — that’s equivalent to seven fully fueled and loaded Airbus A320-200 planes. The truck is driven by four 1,200 kW electric motors from Siemens.