Siemens Wind Power  

plans to expand their Danish activities

2010.12.08

Siemens Wind Power in Denmark plans to strengthen its activities and hire more skilled Danish cleantech labour in 2011.

Denmark is an attractive place to do business, according to Siemens Wind Power CEO, Jens-Peter Saul.

High level of productivity and talent in Denmark

“One important reason why Siemens will continue to stay in Denmark is that we see the advantages of the Danes’ high level of productivity and talent. In Denmark we are always able to recruit resourceful people with extensive knowledge and a high education level,” says Jens-Peter Saul.

Siemens Wind Power Denmark is situated in the industrial city of Brande in the middle of Jutland. What started with 800 employees has now grown to a worldwide corporation of 7000 employees, 4200 of which work at the company’s headquarters in Denmark with the biggest research and development department as well as a large production on site.

Siemens Wind Power plans to recruit 400 employees in Denmark in 2011

Last year alone 1000 new Danish employees were recruited and Siemens plans to recruit another 400 in Denmark in 2011.

“We really are an international company”, says the Siemens Wind Power CEO. In times, where wind power companies around the world are suffering downturns, Siemens is continuously filling the order book with ambitions of delivering wind turbines to 40 countries in three years. Today, Siemens produces wind turbines for 26 countries and has standing orders worth DKK 74 billion (approx. EUR 10 billion).

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