From March 20 – 22, 2013, Siemens will be at the Glasspex India to exhibit its portfolio for the glass industry.
Visitors to the international exhibition for glass production, processing and applications will have ample opportunity to find out about the available Siemens solutions at Booth B50 in Hall 5, in the German Pavilion.
At the Glasspex, Siemens will be showcasing its plant-wide automation solutions based on Totally Integrated Automation (TIA) and Totally Integrated Power (TIP).
Whether destined for installation in new plants or to extend and modernize existing ones, the Siemens offering encompasses the complete lifecycle of any facility.
Crucial for the success of any plant is the ability to identify and exploit its full potential in order to optimize its internal processes and to achieve increased productivity and efficiency.
Siemens experts will be on hand to demonstrate wideranging possibilities for investors, from the feasibility study to the turnkey factory, including project financing.
Ursula Lang | Siemens Presseservice
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