Siemens helps improve transparency at the GLASSPEX India 2015

Siemens will be exhibiting at India’s international exhibition for the glass industry, the GLASSPEX India 2015, from March 13 -15 in Mumbai.

In Hall 6, booth B30, Siemens will be showcasing its portfolio of solutions for the glass industry, ranging from batch preparation through glass production and further processing to finished glass machining. 

Siemens produces not only solutions for sub-processes, but also integrated automation solutions across the whole value chain – from the raw material to the finished product. Its portfolio for the glass industry is based on Totally Integrated Automation (TIA) and Totally Integrated Power (TIP), and ranges right across the spectrum from automation and drive technology through essential pressure, temperature, level and flow measurement technologies to analytical systems, power supply and distribution. Siemens will also be showcasing solutions to enhance the energy efficiency of production plants. With this range of solutions, Siemens aims to help its customers save energy, make efficient use of resources and respond with the utmost flexibility to changing market demands.

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