Siemens Ltd Sets Up State-of-the-art Bogies Production Facility in Aurangabad

(L-R) Gunjan Vakharia, Head - Mobility Business, Siemens Ltd; Dr Andrea Estrada-Hein, Executive Vice President, Rail Components, Siemens Mobility; Michel Obadia, Chief Executive Officer, ASEAN Pacific, Siemens Mobility; Sunil Mathur, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Siemens Ltd; and Dr Daniel Spindler, Executive Director and Chief Financial Officer, Siemens Ltd.

Aurangabad, India – Siemens Ltd has established a state-of-the-art factory in Aurangabad to meet rising demand in India and around the world. The facility will deliver around 200 bogies in preparation for an export deal. The bogies are based on the company’s proven global design concept SF30 Combino Plus, which provides best-in-class passenger experience and ease of maintenance.

The factory features a highly adaptable production line that can meet domestic and global rolling stock demands. It manufactures high-performance bogies for passenger, coaches, locomotives, electric multiple units, trams, and metros. The company’s Mobility business is constantly innovating its portfolio in its core areas of rolling stock, rail automation and electrification, turnkey systems, and related services. It enables mobility operators to make infrastructure intelligent, boost value sustainably across the whole lifecycle, improve passenger experience, and ensure availability through digitalization.

Pleased to announce this significant milestone, Sunil Mathur, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Siemens Ltd, commented, “The Aurangabad factory will address the increasing demand for bogies not only in India but also globally. We are proud that Siemens has chosen India as a preferred location for this very strategic initiative. This is also an excellent example of making in India for the rest of the world. Siemens stands committed to delivering sustainable mobility solutions that guarantee high-asset availability and improved passenger experience!”

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