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SIEMENS DOUBLES TURNOVER IN UKRAINE

Siemens in Ukraine in the 2021 fiscal year (October 2020 – September 2021) has doubled the volume of orders and turnover in comparison with FY2020, CEO of Siemens Ukraine Maciej Tomasz Zielinski has said.

“Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, supply chain difficulties associated with supply disruptions, rising prices for materials 2021 turned out to be excellent from a financial point of view and the implementation of the set goals,” he said at a press conference in Kyiv in Tuesday.

Zielinski said that growth was recorded in all businesses of the company in Ukraine, including taking into account the growing demand of companies for digitalization solutions. At the same time, he did not specify the size of the company’s turnover in 2021.

As reported, the company’s initial plans for FY2021 envisaged at least maintaining turnover at the FY2020 level.

Referring to the issue of the company’s work in FY2022, Zielinski expressed his hope for the further development of all sectors.

“I hope that all sectors will develop in Ukraine. The sector where the lack of chips is most affected is the automotive industry, which is practically absent in Ukraine, and for example, the agricultural sector will develop rapidly, since it is a necessary resource for humanity, and Ukraine has a chance here [to increase supplies], including taking into account the disruption of supplies from the same Far East. And here we will continue to work, for example, with Kernel,” the CEO of the company said.

He also said that the pharmaceutical industry of Ukraine now using digital technologies can produce products at the level of European and American standards.

“I think that mechanical engineering will also develop, again due to the disruption of supplies from the Far East,” the CEO of Siemens Ukraine said.

Zielinski said that Siemens Ukraine itself continues to transform, and this year it has introduced a regime for its employees when an employee can work remotely for two or three days. According to him, today 85% of employees are vaccinated and provided with insurance in case of COVID-19 disease.

At the same time, according to him, only vaccinated or tested employees, or those with a doctor’s certificate, can work in the office.

Founded in 1997, Siemens Ukraine is a supplier of products, services and integrated solutions for energy, industry, transport, building automation and urban infrastructure. The central office is located in Kyiv, regional branches in Lviv, Dnipro, Kryvy Rih, Odesa and Kharkiv.

SIEMENS DOUBLE BUSINESS IN UKRAINE IN PAST THREE YEARS

Siemens business in Ukraine has doubled over the past three years, the company expects to maintain such growth rates in the next three years, Director General of Siemens Ukraine Maciej Tomasz Zielinski has said.
“In the industries where we work – in energy, in the food industry, in business processes – we consider this possible with the right policy of the government of the country,” he told Interfax-Ukraine on the sidelines of the Ukrainian House, organized by the Victor Pinchuk Foundation, WNISEF and Horizon Capital in Davos.
According to him, the matter concerns the continuing of the policy of energy independence, increasing production efficiency, further developing the agricultural sector that can feed the whole of Europe and even more.
In addition, the expert noted a great development potential of the Ukrainian industry due to its digital transformation.
“There are not many countries that would be as good as Ukraine and have the potential for a leap,” he said.
At the same time, he called on Ukrainian companies to be more flexible, more market-oriented and customer oriented.
“Siemens offers technologies that improve efficiency and help our customers be more successful,” he added.
Siemens Ukraine, founded in 1997, is a supplier of products, services and integrated solutions for the energy sector, industry, transport, building automation and urban infrastructure. The central office is located in Kyiv, the regional branches are in Lviv, Dnipro, Kryvy Rih, Odesa, and Kharkiv.