Free CNC training online from Siemens
Courses are separated into milling, turning, general operations and maintenance/service.
Siemens Canada to pay staff $3.4M in special Covid-19 payments
Employees to receive one-time payment of $1,550 by the end of the year
Three views of how digitalization advances machine tool building
Start at the design phase to build more reliable machines.
Siemens quarterly profit rises, last under CEO Kaeser
Global industrial technology company says pandemic “will not have a long-lasting effect” on the global economy.
Siemens earnings slip on lower demand from auto industry
The company said Thursday that net profit eased to US$1.252 billion in the April-June quarter.
G120X drives infrastructure
Fit for digitization and linking to the cloud.
Blocked Siemens and Alstom merger a win for Bombardier: analysts [UPDATED]
Deal could reduce competition in the signaling and high-speed train markets.
Siemens profit falls on taxes, lower demand for turbines
Net profit for the quarter ending Dec. 31 was off 49% from 2.21 billion euros in the year-earlier quarter.
Via Rail places $989M train order with Siemens for key rail corridor
No Canadian content requirement; the German firm will build the trains at its North American headquarters in California.
The 101 on steam turbines: What you need to know about lube systems
Dresser-Rand Canada explains how the lubrication systems work and highlights problems that would require troubleshooting.
Siemens sales, orders rise on strengthening global economy
Global economic prospects positive but cited tensions on the Korean peninsula and “diverging definitions of free and fair trade as risks.