JAKARTA: PT Siemens Indonesia is investing 8.7 million euro this year to expand of its power-generation factory in Cilegon, Banten.
The expansion includes the installation of new machines and equipment to accommodate international orders awarded by parent company Siemens AG.
The factory is a feeder plant located on 43,000 square meters of land, with a 24,000-square-meter production facility, the company said Wednesday in a statement.
It is being considered for one of the feeder plants in the global manufacturing network of Siemens Power Generation.
"Capability and reliability with quality standards of our power-generation factory in Cilegon have become the most important considerations in obtaining orders from projects of Siemens AG, Germany," said Hans Peter Haesslein, president director and CEO of Siemens Indonesia. -JP