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Corporate presentation of the Siemens Group Belgium - Luxembourg. You'll find more information about our organization, strategy, key figures and references for fiscal year 2013.

Corporate presentation of the Siemens Group Belgium - Luxembourg. You'll find more information about our organization, strategy, key figures and references for fiscal year 2013.

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  • 1. © Siemens Group Belgium-Luxembourg All rights reserved. The Siemens Group Belgium - Luxembourg February 2014
  • 2. Feb. 2014 © Siemens Group Belgium-Luxembourg All rights reserved.Page 2 Table of content • Siemens World • Siemens Group Belgium - Luxembourg
  • 3. © Siemens Group Belgium-Luxembourg All rights reserved. Siemens World December 2013
  • 4. Feb. 2014 © Siemens Group Belgium-Luxembourg All rights reserved.Page 4 New President and Chief Executive Officer: Joe Kaeser “I will not try to reinvent Siemens. There's really no need for that. However, we need constant change, technological innovation capability and high productivity to survive in the fierce competitive environment. I will join all 370,000 Siemens employees in this effort.” (Quote from announcement press conference 31 July 2013)
  • 5. Feb. 2014 © Siemens Group Belgium-Luxembourg All rights reserved.Page 5 Key figures As reported in annual reports In millions of € FY 2012 FY 2013 New orders 75,939 82,351 Revenue 77,395 75,882 Income 4,642 4,212 Free cash flow 4,727 5,257 Employees 366,000 362,000 Revenue by Sector Revenue by Region Based on customer location Continuing operations - comparison with previous year Revenue and employees Healthcare 18% Energy 35% Industry 24% Infrastructure and Cities 23% 20% Americas 28% 38% Germany 14% Asia, Australia Employees in thousands FY 100,000 80,000 60,000 40,000 20,000 20001986 1990 1995 0 Revenue in millions of € 2005 2013 500 400 300 200 100 Europe, C.I.S., Africa, Middle East (excl. Germany) 0
  • 6. Feb. 2014 © Siemens Group Belgium-Luxembourg All rights reserved.Page 6 How our world is changing Climate change • 2013: Highest CO2 concentration in the atmosphere in 800,000 years • 2001 to 2010: Warmest decade on record Ice sheets off the Icelandic coast
  • 7. Feb. 2014 © Siemens Group Belgium-Luxembourg All rights reserved.Page 7 How our world is changing Urbanization Commuters in Jakarta Growth of cities • 2009: For the first time in history, more than 50% of the world’s population lived in cities • 2050: 70% of the world’s population will live in cities Megacities worldwide • 1970: 2 megacities with more than 10 million inhabitants • 2025: 37 megacities; more than 13% of the world's population will live in a megacity
  • 8. Feb. 2014 © Siemens Group Belgium-Luxembourg All rights reserved.Page 8 How our world is changing Demographic change Morning gymnastics in Shanghai World population • 2012: 7.1 billion people • 2050: 9.6 billion people Worldwide life expectancy • 2012: 70 years • 2050: 76 years • By 2050, the share of the population aged 60 or over will, for the first time, be equal to that of persons younger than 15
  • 9. Feb. 2014 © Siemens Group Belgium-Luxembourg All rights reserved.Page 9 How our world is changing Globalization Port of Jebel Ali, United Arab Emirates Global trade • Between 2000 and 2012 the total volume of global trade tripled Multinational companies • The top 500 multinational corporations account for nearly 70% of global trade Growth of emerging markets • By 2030, China will have overtaken the US as the world’s largest economy, and Brazil will overtake Japan
  • 10. Feb. 2014 © Siemens Group Belgium-Luxembourg All rights reserved.Page 10 Questions that move us How can we ensure healthcare that is both excellent and affordable? How can cities grow and at the same time offer a high quality of life? How can we create economic growth and reduce the consumption of energy and resources at the same time? How can we make industrial production more flexible, efficient and competitive?
  • 11. Feb. 2014 © Siemens Group Belgium-Luxembourg All rights reserved.Page 11 Our vision To provide answers to the great challenges of our time Siemens – the pioneer in • Energy efficiency • Industrial productivity • Affordable and personalized healthcare • Intelligent infrastructures Siemens stands for the electrification of the world. Digitization and automation are transforming this value chain. Downtown Singapore
  • 12. Feb. 2014 © Siemens Group Belgium-Luxembourg All rights reserved.Page 12 Sectors and Divisions Energy Divisions • Power Generation • Wind Power • Energy Service • Power Transmission Healthcare Divisions • Imaging & Therapy Systems • Clinical Products • Diagnostics • Customer Solutions Industry Divisions • Industry Automation • Drive Technologies • Customer Services • Metals technologies Infrastructure & Cities Divisions • Rail Systems • Mobility and Logistics • Low and Medium Voltage • Smart Grid • Building Technologies
  • 13. Feb. 2014 © Siemens Group Belgium-Luxembourg All rights reserved.Page 13 Making the vision real By being a pioneer in technology-driven growth markets Future of Energy Vertical IT Profitable Growth High-performance technologies for the generation, transmission, distribution and use of energy • Highly efficient power generation from fossil fuels as well as renewable sources • Power transmission over long distances with minimal losses • Smart grids that integrate decentralized power generation and energy storage units Integrated industry-specific hardware and software solutions • Industrial automation • Transport logistics • Building automation • Healthcare IT Sustainable Value Creation • It is our primary goal to create sustainable value for our stakeholders as a strong and reliable partner • Our key ambition is to engage, recruit and retain the brightest minds who want to help find answers to the most pressing challenges of our time
  • 14. Feb. 2014 © Siemens Group Belgium-Luxembourg All rights reserved.Page 14 Making the vision real Through innovation Employees in R&D • 13,300 employees in R&D in Germany • Another 16,500 R&D employees in approximately 30 other countries worldwide R&D spending as % of revenue Patent Applications (Position 2012) Germany Nr. 3 Europa Nr. 2 USA Nr. 11 • Siemens currently holds approximately 60,000 patents granted worldwide • 21,400 patents and intellectual property rights are related to our Environmental Portfolio Partnerships • Approximately 1,000 partnerships with universities and research institutions per year Inventors of the year 2013 2013 €4.3 billion 5.7% 2012 5.5% 2011 5.3%
  • 15. Feb. 2014 © Siemens Group Belgium-Luxembourg All rights reserved.Page 15 A strong local partner for customers In more than 200 countries Employees Major production facilitiesRevenue (billions of €) As of September 30, 2013; All numbers refer to continuing operations Americas Asia, Australia Europe, C.I.S., Africa, Middle East (excl. Germany) Germany 78,000 20.9 77 118,000 70 28% 37% 29.1 68 102,000 17% 20% 64,000 15.1 74 25% 24% 10.8 28% 27% 14% 24% 38% 24% 20% 26%
  • 16. Feb. 2014 © Siemens Group Belgium-Luxembourg All rights reserved.Page 16 Use the power of Siemens An employer who opens up opportunities Grow personally and professionally – with a wide range of training programs Develop answers to the great challenges of our time Collaborate with people from all over the world to achieve common goals Balance family and career – with flexible work models Work for a global company that takes its values seriously and puts sustaina- bility into action
  • 17. Feb. 2014 © Siemens Group Belgium-Luxembourg All rights reserved.Page 17 Putting values into practice That's what earns trust all over the world Responsible Sincere, sustainable engagement that earns trust Excellent Top quality, professional implementation, outstandin g results Innovative A culture of continuous improvement – step by step, day by day
  • 18. © Siemens Group Belgium-Luxembourg All rights reserved. Siemens Group Belgium - Luxembourg February 2014
  • 19. Feb. 2014 © Siemens Group Belgium-Luxembourg All rights reserved.Page 19 27% 36% 34% thereof DX 26% Industry 80% 15% & Cities 3% Healthcare Luc Van Overstraeten Energy Peter Koninckx Infrastructure &Cities André Bouffioux Industry Eddy Nelis • Industry Automation • Drive Technologies • Customer Services • Metals Technologies Siemens Group Belgium – Luxembourg Organization and key figures FY 2013 (Oct. 1st – Sep. 30th) Sector Leads André Bouffioux Peter Geilen CEO and CFO Business Volume • New orders: 954’ • Revenue: 1”081’ • Rail Systems • Mobility and Logistics • Low and Medium Voltage • Smart Grid • Building Technologies • Power Generation • Wind Power • Power Transmission • Energy Service • Imaging & Therapy Systems • Clinical Products • Diagnostics • Customer Solutions Energy Industry Healthcare Infrastructure & Cities Revenue per sector Figures according to IFRS Group-Reporting
  • 20. Feb. 2014 © Siemens Group Belgium-Luxembourg All rights reserved.Page 20 Siemens Group Belgium – Luxembourg Key Figures (according to IFRS Group Reporting) values in mil € Total FY 2012 FY 2013 New Orders 1"016' 954' Revenue 1"037' 1"081' Export % of Revenue 38 % 33 % Employees FTE* 1.691 1.644 * Full time equivalents (FTE)
  • 21. Feb. 2014 © Siemens Group Belgium-Luxembourg All rights reserved.Page 21 Siemens Group Belgium – Luxembourg (incl. DX, excl. LMS) FY 2013 - Revenue Revenue 1"081' Industry 27% Infrastructure 36% & cities Healthcare 34% thereof DX 26% Industry 80% 15% & Cities Energy 3%
  • 22. Feb. 2014 © Siemens Group Belgium-Luxembourg All rights reserved.Page 22 Competitiveness needs permanent attention
  • 23. Feb. 2014 © Siemens Group Belgium-Luxembourg All rights reserved.Page 23 Inauguration Mont Saint Guibert Close to our customers  Strengthened presence in Wallonia  Siemens’ businesses stick with Walloon megatrends  Get closer to our customers and partners in Wallonia  Regional events e.g. Liège Créative “Innovation & Energy issues”  Benefit from LMS Samtech’s experience and knowledge
  • 24. Feb. 2014 © Siemens Group Belgium-Luxembourg All rights reserved.Page 24 Strong partnership with local companies ABM (Fleurus): Siemens European Assembly Center Siemens Assembly Center (ASC) Pour les motoréducteurs de la gamme Siemens Simogear Les services d’ABM : L’ASSEMBLAGE LA POSE LA DÉPOSE LA RÉVISION LE SUIVI 24h/24, 7 jours sur 7.
  • 25. Feb. 2014 © Siemens Group Belgium-Luxembourg All rights reserved.Page 25 Industrial production unit OEM & Project Business (Energy – Mobility – Industry) • ~ 50.000 cabinets/year • 20.000 Low Voltage Motors • 350 Medium Voltage Motors
  • 26. Feb. 2014 © Siemens Group Belgium-Luxembourg All rights reserved.Page 26 Innovation: no future without it! 270 participants Results Business:  4 ideas ready formarket  10 underinvestigation Results Process:  3 ideas ready forroll out  6 underinvestigation Innovation Game In 2013: we boosted innovation In 2014: continuous innovation Innovation platform
  • 27. Feb. 2014 © Siemens Group Belgium-Luxembourg All rights reserved.Page 27 New Regional organization: Lead Country Concept for Business & Support Functions 30 Lead Countries with > 85% of Siemens business Benefits of new organization • Focus on Countries and increased customer proximity by direct interaction between Lead Countries and global headquarters Overview of Lead Countries: Germany Great Britain Netherlands Sweden Poland Belgium France Spain Portugal Switzerland Italy Austria Czech Republic Turkey Russia United Arab Emirates Saudi Arabia South Africa China India Korea Singapore Indonesia Australia Japan USA Canada Mexico Brazil Colombia
  • 28. Feb. 2014 © Siemens Group Belgium-Luxembourg All rights reserved.Page 28 Why Siemens Belgium has been chosen? Proven experience in various countries in all sectors since 1976 Benin Burkina Faso Burundi Cameroon Central African Republic Chad Congo Congo, the Democratic Republic of the Côte d'Ivoire Equatorial Guinea Gabon Belgium Luxembourg Morocco Algeria Tunisia Assigned Countries without own setup Assigned Countries Gambia Guinea Guinea Bissau Liberia Mali Mauritania Niger Rwanda Senegal Sierra Leone Togo
  • 29. Feb. 2014 © Siemens Group Belgium-Luxembourg All rights reserved.Page 29 1. Industry activities: Athmania (Algérie) - new pumping stations counter Algerian drought 2. Smart Grid activities: SCADA (Cameroun) - Center of Competence 3. Healthcare activities: Saint-Camille, Burkina Faso - MR, long tradition of export to WCA countries 4. Energy activities: Aïn Ouessera for Sonelgaz (Algeria) - electrical substation 220/60/30 kV, to secure the supply of energy in a large region References in Africa 1 2 3 4
  • 30. Feb. 2014 © Siemens Group Belgium-Luxembourg All rights reserved.Page 30 References in Belgium
  • 31. Feb. 2014 © Siemens Group Belgium-Luxembourg All rights reserved.Page 31 1.Kaneka – installation of a secured IT system with link to the existing Siemens process control system (PCS 7) 2. New Holland – retrofit of the production line for drive systems for agricultural vehicles 3. NMBS driver’s cabs – Efficient production of control cabinets for NMBS in Huizingen 4. Aperam – prepares its hot strip mills for the future Industry 1 2 27% 3 4
  • 32. Feb. 2014 © Siemens Group Belgium-Luxembourg All rights reserved.Page 32 1. Elia - projects for first 70kV GIS substations running in Schelle, Beerse, Bévercé and Namur 2. Electrabel – upgrade of the complete DCS system for the Combined Cycle power plant of Drogenbos owned by Electrabel (GDF Suez Group), with the SPPA-T3000 control system 3. I.V.M. - bi-annual overhaul and upgrade of the outdated stand-alone control system of the steam turbine with an integrated Siemens software system which guarantees maximum efficiency 3% Energy 2 1 3
  • 33. Feb. 2014 © Siemens Group Belgium-Luxembourg All rights reserved.Page 33 1. Centre Hospitalier de Wallonie Picarde Notre Dame - Aptio Automation project 2. Centre Hospitalier Emile Mayrisch & Centre Hospitalier Luxembourg - 2 flash dual source CT scanners 3. UZ Gent - Mammomat Inspiration Prime (Right Dose) 4. Cliniques Universitaires Saint-Luc & Clinique Saint-Joseph Arlon - Q-technology 34% thereof DX 26% Industry80% 15%& Cities Healthcare 3 2 1 4
  • 34. Feb. 2014 © Siemens Group Belgium-Luxembourg All rights reserved.Page 34 36% Infrastructure & Cities 1. Butendiek - Switchgear for Offshore Windpark 2. Eandis - Intelligent Security Solutions (Remote Terminal Unit) 3. NATO - Advanced security system for new NATO headquarters in Brussels 4. Brussels Mobility - Traffic Management System 5. De Lijn Antwerp - Renewal and extension automatic tram protection system Pre-metro 1 543 2
  • 35. Feb. 2014 © Siemens Group Belgium-Luxembourg All rights reserved.Page 35 Contact Stéphanie Legay Communications Director Siemens Group Belgium-Luxembourg Guido Gezellestraat 123 1654 Beersel (Huizingen) Phone: +32 (0)2 536 25 99 E-mail: stephanie.legay@siemens.com

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