Siemens Plans To Establish R&D Centers In Denmark


Over the next two years, Siemens plans to invest over 150 million euros to establish two new research and development (R&D) centers in the Danish towns of Brande and Aalborg.

In addition, the company also plans to match the capacity of its Danish production plants to the growing demand for offshore wind turbines in Europe by expanding office spaces at its headquarters in Brande.

‘Our investments in R&D and the extension of production facilities will pave the road for our global expansion,’ says Jens-Peter Saul, CEO of Siemens' wind power business unit.

The company says that additional factories are planned for the U.K., Canada, Russia and India.

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