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Siemens AG Austria

Siemens Austria concentrates on electrification, automation and digitalization. Worldwide, Siemens is one of the biggest producers of energy-efficient technologies. 

In Austria, Siemens employs 10.400 people. The turnover of Siemens Austria in 2016 was about 3.3 billion euros. In Austria, there are six plants as well as one branch office in every region. In total, the company employs approximately 6.600 of further local providers and business partners in Austria.

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