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Some of our main manufacturing sites are shown below.
At our production facility in Eynsham, Oxfordshire, we design and manufacture the superconducting magnets for all Siemens magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanners worldwide.
Siemens Magnet Technology has also recieved Queen's Awards, for the last 7 years running, in recognition of its high-tech achievements, export success, innovation and contribution to the development of MRI technology.
At Llanberis and Sudbury we have over 500 people manufacturing and distributing IMMULITE reagents used on blood analysers in hospitals and clinics worldwide to aid the diagnosis of
The first purpose-built School of Engineering to be created in the UK for more than 20 years was established in July 2009 in an engineering partnership between the University of Lincoln and
Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery.
Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery Ltd in Lincoln produces small industrial gas turbines for the worldwide gas and oil industry and employs over 1,500.
Congleton produce approx 400,000 drives per annum. Each of these devices saves approx. 900g CO2 each year. Together this is the equivalent of removing 1 million saloon cars from the roads.
The 25,000 sq ft Bristol facility is the base for the development of next generation drive trains used in SeaGen tidal turbines. The site will be used for series production of the systems which will be
deployed on multi-turbine arrays.
Siemens Transmission and Distribution in Hebburn manufactures protection relays for the global protection and control market. The first protection relay was produced in Hebburn in 1907 and the business was among the first in the UK to develop protection systems.
Our facility in Poole manufactures traffic controllers, variable message signs, train cab radios and circuit boards for traffic systems.
Traffic Solutions has triumphed at the Best Factory Awards organised by Cranfield School of Management in partnership with the magazine Works Management. The Poole-based facility was recognised as the Toyota Material Handling Factory of the Year 2010 out of hundreds of UK manufacturing plants.
Over 700 people are employed at the Sheilds Road site, where Charles Parsons designed and created the steam turbine generator 125 years ago. Since then, the site has been at the
forefront of engineering technology
for power plants in the UK and
around the world.
Service Fossil has won the 2012 North of England Excellence Award and Most Improved Business accolade as well as the EEF's Future Manufacturing north east region Award for People Management.
Tronic, a Siemens Subsea company, engineers and manufactures subsea components such as cable connectors, sensors and measuring devices at its
12,000 sq ft facility at Ulverston
Tronic has been providing market-leading ultra-high reliability electrical power and data connection systems for most the severe environment applications for over 30 years.
The planned £160 million investment in a wind turbine assembly and project execution facility at Greenport Hull shows Siemens' commitment to the UK wind industry.
The new facility will create 1000 new jobs in the local area with the potential for hundreds more in the supply chain. New jobs will cover all aspects that a modern assembly facility demands, from shop floor, to engineering, to project management.
Domestic and industrial distribution boards are manufactured at our Wythenshawe site.
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