Siemens - Answers Covering the Entire Energy Conversion Chain

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Siemens - Answers Covering the Entire Energy Conversion Chain


Siemens Pakistan Engineering Company Ltd., was founded in 1953 as a private limited company, and was converted into a public limited company in 1963. Company has the state-of-the-art 93-acre industrial complex comprising manufacturing facilities for Transformers, Switchboards, Motors and Diesel Generating sets in Karachi with branch offices in all the major cities of the country. From design and engineering studies to complete utility and industrial power plant solutions, from wind turbine to conventional steam & gas turbines for electricity generation, we offer a combination of products & services that provide an answer to customer's requirements. We are one of the leading solution providers in process compression, coal gasification, cogeneration power plants and instrumentation & control systems. Our services include long term service programs, complete overhauling of steam and gas turbines, I&C modifications and upgrades, balancing, fact finding and heat treatment services.

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Since inception of Pakistan, major power generation projects and Siemens are synonymous in the country including Tarbela, Ghazi Barotha, Kot Addu, Guddu, Fauji Kabir Wala and Rousch Power Plants. Siemens power generation solution includes steam turbines up to 1900 MW and gas turbine to the rating of 378 MW - the largest in the world. We are also front runner in the coal gasification and integrated gasification combined cycle applications-ensuring lower emissions and better efficiencies.

For oil and gas market we offer state of the art solutions for up-stream and down-stream process compression and co-generation applications. By the; end of this year Siemens gas turbine compressor trains at two of our most prestigious gas compression projects Kandhkot and Sawan shall be fully commissioned. This will be helpful in bridging the gap between demand & supply of gas in the country.

With a portfolio ranging from 4 to 50 MW in Gas turbines and up to 180MW in Steam turbines we have the capability to provide customized solutions for all industrial needs. With the added portfolio including TLT fans, blowers, process and air separation compressors for waste water treatment plants and pre-designed steam turbines ranging from 45 kW to 10 MW; we are now able to respond to customer requirements especially in the sugar and fertilizer industry. More than 300 such steam turbines are serving in the sugar and industrial sector alone meeting process and power generation requirements Our Service Center Pakistan (SCP) renders overhauling and maintenance services on gas turbines, steam turbines and generators. It includes a qualified team of professionals and is regarded as the premier service provider for power generation assets in the region. …

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