Siemens launches expanded technology portfolio for process, manufacturing industries in Iran

More than 200 professionals from the chemical, petrochemical and oil and gas sectors have joined Siemens at an event to launch an expanded technology portfolio for a stronger, more competitive industrial landscape in Iran.

“Iran is experiencing an industrial revolution and we have expanded our portfolio in the country to offer advanced technology, which allows our customers to significantly strengthen their businesses,” said Juergen Engert, Vice President of Process Industries & Drives and Digital Factory for Siemens Iran.

“At Siemens we are using our digitalization technology to combine the physical and virtual worlds of industrialization, helping our customers to be fast, efficient, reliable and competitive on a global stage. We have been a trusted development partner to Iran for decades, and we will continue to apply our knowledge, digitalization technology and ingenuity in the interests of a sustainable, diversified economy.”

The expanded Siemens portfolio includes technology for the industrial process sector which is now available in the Iranian market for the first time. A key component of this the company’s Integrated Drive System (IDS). The IDS and accompanying portfolio is designed to continuously improve the reliability, safety, and efficiency of processes and plants.

Siemens also presented process solutions, including the latest version of the SIMATIC PCS 7; a distributed control system for integrated automation which includes everything required for the full automation of an entire production process, in both oil and gas and process plants.

Siemens has been a contributor of technology to key infrastructure projects in Iran since 1868, maintaining a significant local operation with a substantial service presence. The company is committed to supporting Iran’s sustainable economic development with the application of innovative technology, continuing its role as a reliable partner in electrification, automation and digitalization.

By Tehran Times