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Siemens has set up a full-time organization to fully support the 2010 WorldExpo in Shanghai, China.

Siemens is the first multinational company to set up a full-time organization to support the 2010 WorldExpo in Shanghai, China. This institution, namely Siemens Expo Project Center (SEPC, hereinafter referred to as the project center), will become the only communication platform between Siemens and the Chinese government on Expo issues. Under the leadership of Mr. wuyuhua, President of the project center, the project center will provide Siemens' global resources and professional skills for Shanghai and the 2010 WorldExpo. Siemens has world-class reliable technology, which can be adjusted according to the requirements of materials. It has rich experience in providing technology and services for major events such as the 2006 World Cup in Germany, the 2004 Athens Olympic Games and the 2000 Hannover WorldExpo. It can provide overall solutions for many fields involved in the WorldExpo, including it and communications, security, special buildings such as stadiums and gymnasiums, urban rail systems, intelligent transportation management Building technology, environmental management, power supply, medical and health care, etc. Siemens is an ideal partner to help the Chinese government realize the vision of "Better City, better life" proposed by the 2010 WorldExpo

The 2010 WorldExpo will be held in Shanghai, China from May 1 to October 31, 2010. It is expected to attract about 70 million visitors to the microcomputer screen display hydraulic universal testing machine and the microcomputer controlled electro-hydraulic servo hydraulic universal material testing machine. As the host of the 2010 WorldExpo and one of the most dynamic cities in the world, Shanghai is lacking in understanding of steel structures and accelerating its construction into one of the world's leading metropolises. However, the unprecedented development opportunities are also accompanied by a series of challenges, including the increasing demand for environmental protection, safety, health care and care of the elderly population, the mobility of personnel and materials, information communication and the construction of world-class industrial infrastructure. Siemens has a unique business structure, which can meet the needs of Shanghai's sustainable urban development and infrastructure construction for hosting the 2010 WorldExpo. The first-class integration solution provided by Siemens can not only effectively manage the flow of people, logistics and information during the Expo, but also improve the urban infrastructure as a whole, so that citizens, tourists, visitors and organizers can benefit the most

Dr. Hao Ruiqiang, President and CEO of Siemens (China) Co., Ltd., said: "Driven by the general trend of rapid economic growth, continuous improvement of living standards, urbanization and demographic changes, especially with the approaching of the 2010 WorldExpo, Shanghai urgently needs more modern infrastructure. As an excellent display platform to highlight the development of the metropolis, the 2010 WorldExpo will bring huge social benefits not only to Shanghai, but also to the whole China and the world. Siemens is a reliable partner between China and Shanghai As an indispensable part, we will be committed to providing first-class and innovative urban solutions and technologies to help Shanghai make the 2010 WorldExpo the most wonderful, successful and unforgettable event in history. "

executive vice president of Siemens (China) Co., Ltd Mr. Fan Bolong, a member of the management committee in charge of the Expo project, further stressed: "we are very proud to be the first multinational company to set up a special agency for the preparation of the 2010 WorldExpo. As an excellent enterprise citizen with strong strength and perfect business portfolio, Siemens is looking forward to becoming a partner in Shanghai and realizing the dream of 'better city, better life'."

Mr. wuyuhua, President of Siemens WorldExpo project center, said: "The project center is a communication bridge between Siemens and the Chinese and Shanghai municipal governments on Expo issues. We are committed to integrating the company's global resources, expertise and reliable technology, so that Siemens can become an experienced technical partner for the 2010 WorldExpo. We are willing to share Siemens' successful experience and help China's planning and organization departments consider all the decisive factors for the success of large-scale events, which is It includes the integrated transportation system, environmentally friendly energy, and the subsequent use of sites and facilities. "

Siemens has a long history of cooperation with the WorldExpo. Siemens has participated in 16 World Expos, including the first WorldExpo held in London in 1851. In 2000, Siemens was a partner in the information technology and traffic management system of the Hannover WorldExpo. In the "21st century" theme area, Siemens also worked with the Chinese and Shanghai municipal governments to show the vision of sustainable urban development in Shanghai from 2030 to 2070. Siemens' outstanding contribution to Shanghai's participation in the Hannover WorldExpo and its successful bid for the hosting of the 2010 WorldExpo has been highly recognized by the Shanghai municipal government, and was awarded the "Magnolia honorary award" by the Shanghai municipal government in 2003

today, Siemens is already a famous supplier providing integrated solutions for major events. In the just concluded 2006 German football World Cup, Siemens helped host cities successfully complete more than 100 projects, involving safety, transportation, building technology, information and event management. At the 2004 Athens Olympic Games, Siemens provided overall solutions for key projects such as safety, gymnasium, communication and ground safety pin ejection system

Siemens in China

Siemens is a deeply loved and respected corporate citizen in China. Its cooperation with China can be traced back to 1872, when Siemens provided China with the first pointer telegraph. The company has witnessed the great changes brought about by China's reform and opening up over the past 28 years, and is very proud to become a loyal and trusted partner in China's economic development. So far, Siemens has established more than 70 joint ventures in China and regional offices in 58 cities. This regional organizational structure enables the company to better grasp the pulse of the market, understand local information, and more effectively meet the needs of customers. With more than 36000 high-quality employees, Siemens is one of the foreign-invested enterprises with the largest number of employees in China. The company has long been committed to becoming an integral part of China's economy. By continuing to expand investment, strengthening local R & D and software development, and expanding local procurement activities, the company will ensure the rapid development of its business in China

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