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Siemens AG (Sebutan bahasa Jerman: [ˈziːmɛns])[2] ialah sebuah syarikat konglomerat Jerman yang beribu pejabat di Berlin dan Munich, dan ia merupakan syarikat industri perkilangan terbesar di Eropah ddengan pejabat-pejabat cawangan terdapat di merata dunia.

Siemens AG
Aktiengesellschaft
Didagangkan sebagaiFWBSIE
Komponen DAX
IndustriKonglomerat
Ditubuhkan12 Oktober 1847; 171 tahun yang lalu (1847-10-12)
Berlin, Kerajaan Prusia
PengasasWerner von Siemens
Ibu pejabatBerlin dan Munich, Jerman
Tempat dibekalkan
Seluruh dunia
Perancang utama
Joe Kaeser
(CEO sejak 1 Ogos 2013)
Gerhard Cromme
(Pengerusi Lembaga Penyeliaan)
KeluaranTeknologi jana kuasa, automasi bangunan dan perindustrian, teknologi perubatan, kenderaan rel, sistem rawatan air, penggera kebakaran, perisian PLM
PerkhidmatanPerkhidmatan perniagaan, kewangan, kejuruteraan projek dan pembinaan
Hasil €83.049 bilion (2017)[1]
€8.309 bilion (2017)[1]
€6.046 bilion (2017)[1]
Jumlah aset €133.804 bilion (2017)[1]
Jumlah ekuiti €43.089 bilion (2017)[1]
Bilangan pekerja
379,000 (2018)[1]
PembahagianProcess Industries and Drives, Digital Factory, Energy Management, Healthineers, Mobility, Power and Gas, Power Generation Services, Wind Power and Renewables, Building Technologies
Laman sesawangwww.siemens.com
Ibu pejabat Siemens di Munich.

Bahagian utama syarikat Siemens ialah Industri, Tenaga, Kesihatan (Siemens Healthineers), dan Prasarana & Bandar, yang mewakili aktiviti-aktiviti utama syarikat.[3][4][5] Syarikat ini merupakan syarikat terkemuka dalam pembuatan peralatan perubatan dan bahagian jagaan kesihatan perubatannya, yang menjana kira-kira 12% jumlah jualan syarikat ialah unit kedua paling menguntungkan, selepas industri automasi industri.[6] Siemens adalah salah satu komponen dalam indeks pasaran saham Euro Stoxx 50.[7] Siemens dan anak-anak syarikatnya menggajikan kira-kira 362,000 orang di seluruh dunia dan melaporkan pendapatan global mereka adalah sekitar 75.6 bilion pada 2015 menurut laporan tahunan mereka.

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  1. ^ a b c d e f "Earnings Release Q4 FY 2017" (PDF). Siemens. Dicapai 9 November 2017. 
  2. ^ "Siemens pronunciation: How to pronounce Siemens in German". pronouncekiwi.com. Dicapai 7 Mac 2016. 
  3. ^ AuntMinnie.com.
  4. ^ Reuters.
  5. ^ Siemens Corporate Website.
  6. ^ "Bloomberg.com". 20 Mei 2007. Dicapai 12 Januari 2008. 
  7. ^ "Frankfurt Stock Exchange". 19 November 2015. Diarkibkan daripada asal pada 19 September 2015. 

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  • Weiher, Siegfried von /Herbert Goetzeler (1984). The Siemens Company, Its Historical Role in the Progress of Electrical Engineering 1847–1980, 2nd ed. Berlin and Munich.
  • Feldenkirchen, Wilfried (2000). Siemens, From Workshop to Global Player, Munich.
  • Feldenkirchen, Wilfried / Eberhard Posner (2005): The Siemens Entrepreneurs, Continuity and Change, 1847–2005, Ten Portraits, Munich.
  • Greider, William (1997). One World, Ready or Not. Penguin Press. ISBN 0-7139-9211-5.
  • Margarete Buber: 303f As prisoners of Stalin and Hitler, Frankf / Main, Berlin 1993
  • See Carola Sachse: Jewish forced labor and non-Jewish women and men at Siemens from 1940 to 1945, in: International Scientific Correspondence, No. 1/1991, pp. 12–24; Karl-Heinz Roth: forced labor in the Siemens Group (1938 -1945). Facts, controversies, problems, in: Hermann Kaienburg (ed.): concentration camps and the German Economy 1939–1945 (Social studies, H. 34), Opladen 1996, pp. 149–168; Wilfried Feldenkirchen: 1918–1945 Siemens, Munich 1995, Ulrike fire, Claus Füllberg-Stolberg, Sylvia Kempe: work at Ravensbrück concentration camp, in: Women in concentration camps. Bergen-Belsen. Ravensbrück, Bremen, 1994, pp. 55–69; Ursula Krause-Schmitt: The path to the Siemens stock led past the crematorium, in: Information. German Resistance Study Group, Frankfurt / Main, 18 Jg, No. 37/38, Nov. 1993, pp. 38–46; Sigrid Jacobeit: working at Siemens in Ravensbrück, in: Dietrich Eichholz (eds) War and economy. Studies on German economic history 1939–1945, Berlin 1999.
  • Bundesarchiv Berlin, NS 19, No. 968, Communication on the creation of the barracks for the Siemens & Halske, the planned production and the planned expansion for 2,500 prisoners "after direct discussions with this company": Economic and Administrative Main Office of the SS ( WVHA), Oswald Pohl, secretly, to Reichsführer SS (RFSS), Heinrich Himmler, dated 20 October 1942.
  • Karl-Heinz Roth: forced labor in the Siemens Group, with a summary table, page 157 See also Ursula Krause-Schmitt: "The road to Siemens stock led to the crematorium past over," pp. 36f, where, according to the catalogs of the International Tracing Service Arolsen and Martin Weinmann (eds.).. The Nazi camp system, Frankfurt / Main 1990 and Feldkirchen: Siemens 1918–1945, pp. 198–214, and in particular the associated annotations 91–187.
  • MSS in the estate include Wanda Kiedrzy'nska, in: National Library of Poland, Warsaw, Manuscript Division, Sygn. akc 12013/1 and archive the memorial I/6-7-139 RA: see also: Woman Ravensbruck concentration camp. An overall presentation, State Justice Administration in Ludwigsburg, IV ART 409-Z 39/59, April 1972, pp. 129ff.

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