Date: 27/09/2017

Anniversary: 130 Years of Siemens in Serbia

Siemens has been present in Serbia since 1887 when a contract for the construction of the first public power plant at Dorćol in Belgrade was signed. In 1996 Siemens d.o.o. Belgrade was founded.

Udo Eichlinger, general manager of Siemens in Serbia, announced new plans and new investments in Serbia, pointing out that numerous Siemens projects in Serbia stimulate the country's economic growth.

"In addition to the realization of business projects, we participate in projects of a wider social and national significance, such as support for dual education. We follow global events, so our focus is on promoting digitization and digital solutions, both in business and in other social Sphere: administration, education, culture", said Eichlinger.

Ana Brnabić, Prime Minister of the Republic of Serbia, addressed guests at the celebration. She recalled that the company employs 1,600 people in the country, of which 1,400 works in the Siemens factory in Subotica, Brnabić pointed out that Siemens has implemented several important infrastructure and energy projects with the Government and is a good example of a socially responsible company.

Siemens operates in the fields of production, transmission and distribution of energy, production of solutions for the oil and gas market, transport and infrastructure and medical equipment.