On the move: Cornelius Granig, Siemens

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Oct. 4, 2012, 9:02 p.m. | Business — by Kyiv Post

Cornelius Granig, Siemens CEO for Ukraine
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The famous German company Siemens has announced CORNELIUS GRANIG as their new CEO for Ukraine.

He will be located in Kiev and in Donetsk. Mr. Granig is an Austrian citizen and has been working here already for four years as deputy chairman of the board of an international bank.

He sees a bright and challenging future for the Ukrainian economy: “Siemens has a 160 years long history of delivering leading edge technology and services for the healthcare, the energy and the industrial sector of Ukraine.

Among our main clients are the big steel producers, the main energy companies and major hospitals. For the oncoming years we see a big potential in the improvement of the infrastructure and the support of cities and communities in their modernization challenges.

Siemens offers modern metros, tramways, railways and smart traffic systems. And our overall goal is to implement solutions for a better environment, to improve the living quality for everybody in this big and promising country”, - Mr. Granig said.

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