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Siemens Signs Agreement with South African Firm
Thursday, April 20, 2017  Printer Friendly Email this article


Siemens has signed a local manufacturing agreement with South African firm Electro Inductive Industries (Eii), a Level 2 B-BBEE black industrialist company that manufactures distribution transformers and miniature substations.

The new transformer partnership is a major milestone in the localization of Siemens medium power transformers assembly, which forms part of the government’s ongoing multi-billion-rand Black Industrialist Program that focuses on the localization of electrical products such as transformers.

The manufacturing facility is currently being developed and upgraded in Cape Town, to cater for a new line of Siemens transformers as part of its growth and job creation strategy.

Siemens will introduce its new transformer technology by training the local manufacturer, leading to a measurable advancement of the industry and its workforce.



 
   
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