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Siemens is creating 45 new jobs at its traffic lights factory in Poole, having transferred work from Germany.
Siemens is creating more than 100 jobs at its new technology plant in Enfield.
Siemens has acquired Zenco Systems, the Rugby-based traffic enforcement technology firm.
Siemens is setting up a 7,600 sq ft unit at the J4 Park in Camberley.
Siemens has won permission to build a £310m offshore wind turbine blade factory in Hull by November 2016, with the creation of 1,000 jobs.
Siemens is to sell Marine Current Turbines, the Bristol-based tidal power company with 17 staff, to Atlantis Resources in a deal worth £2.6m.
Siemens is to set up a temporary 50,000 sq ft distribution centre at Alexandra Dock in Hull, in preparation for the opening of Green Port in 2017.
Siemens is to relocate its wind services customer support centre and 200 staff to a new 39,000 sq ft office at Cobalt Park in North Tyneside.
Siemens is looking to recruit 160 workers for its transport engineering plant on South Tyneside by next spring.
Siemens is to relocate its Worcester office and 20 staff to a new 4,000 sq ft unit at 1 Kings Court.
Siemens is to create a further 50 jobs at its renewable energy services operation on Tyneside by the end of the year.
Siemens has unveiled new plans for the expansion of its 20-acre site in Manchester, including three office blocks, a 90-room hospital and up to 1,850 jobs.
Siemens is to create up to 300 jobs at its Newcastle-based renewable energy support operation over the next year.
Siemens and ABP have confirmed plans to invest £300m in new wind turbine manufacturing facilities in Hull by 2016, with the creation of up to 1,000 jobs.
Siemens is setting up a 30,000 sq ft office at Francis House in Cambridge.
Siemens has won permission from South Tyneside Council to expand its electrical harnesses factory in Hebburn, with the creation of 180 jobs.
Siemens has acquired Marine Current Turbines, the Bristol-based marine energy firm with 25 staff, for undisclosed terms.
Siemens has confirmed plans to create up to 300 jobs at its factory on South Tyneside, having won a £1.4bn contract to manufacture carriages for Thameslink trains.
Siemens has submitted plans to build a £200m wind turbine factory at Alexandra Docks in Hull by 2014, with the creation of up to 700 jobs.
Siemens is reported to be planning to build a new 120,000 sq ft headquarters for 800 staff at its Manchester-based automation and transmission business, and the existing Sir Williams Siemens House will become a science park.
Siemens is to create hundreds of jobs at its train components factories in Sussex, South Tyneside and London, having been selected as preferred bidder to supply 1,200 new carriages for the Thameslink route.
Siemens has signed a lease to occupy a £20m development at Teal Park in Lincoln for its gas turbine business from 2012.
Siemens is to create up to 340 jobs at a new factory due to open at its Withington site in Manchester in 2012, in order to produce transmission systems for wind farms.
Siemens is to invest £5m in improvements to its turbines factory in Lincoln, securing the future of 140 jobs.
Siemens has selected Hull as the location to build an £80m offshore wind turbine manufacturing plant, which will support a £100m investment by ABP to upgrade the port and lead to the creation of up to 10,000 jobs.
Siemens has won permission to build a 28,000 sq ft office and laboratory extension at its Withington site in Manchester, in order to create up to 170 new jobs in offshore wind farm technology.
Siemens is to revive plans to relocate its Lincoln-based turbine servicing operation and 540 staff to a new building at Teal Park in North Hykeham in 2012.
Siemens and the London Development Agency have unveiled plans for a £30m development at the Royal Docks in Newham by early 2012, including a technology exhibition centre and base for 230 Siemens staff.
Siemens is to invest £80m in the development of an offshore wind turbine production facility, with the creation of about 700 jobs, and sites are being considered in the North East and East coast.
Siemens is to relocate the headquarters of its Siemens VAI metals technology operation from Christchurch to Sheffield, with the creation of about 80 jobs.
Siemens Energy is to set up a wind turbine generator research centre at the University of Sheffield's Kroto Innovation Centre, with the creation of about 20 jobs.
Siemens is considering potential locations on Tyneside for the development of a new factory to produce offshore wind turbines, which could secure thousands of local jobs.
Siemens is planning to set up a new £30m engineering school at the University of Lincoln, which would eventually house up to 500 students.
Siemens is planning to expand its turbine production capacity in the UK, in order to prepare for an expected increase in offshore wind farm projects.
Siemens is considering plans to relocate all 1,550 staff from its site in Lincoln city centre to the planned £40m Teal Park in North Hykeham.
Siemens has sold Napier Turbochargers of Lincoln to Primary Capital for undisclosed terms, securing the future of 160 jobs.
Siemens is in negotiations to set up a new 183,000 sq ft headquarters at Frimley Square business park in Surrey, with the relocation of up to 1,400 jobs from Bracknell.
Siemens is to create 70 new jobs at its customer service centre in Durham, to add to the existing 600 working on contracts for National Savings, the BBC and the Vehicle Operator Services Agency.
Siemens has announced plans to set up a train maintenance depot in Northampton, with the creation of 100 jobs, in order to maintain Desiro trains for Angel Trains and National Express.
Siemens has sold its electronics manufacturing facility in Nottingham to a management buy-out operating under the name of SMS Electronics for undisclosed terms, and all 200 staff will be retained.
Siemens has confirmed the sale of its former North Tyneside semiconductor plant to Atmel of the US, and up to 1,500 jobs will be created over the next three years.
Siemens is in negotiations to sell its disused microchip plant on North Tyneside to Atmel of the US, which could lead to the creation of 1,500 jobs.
Siemens is planning a £230m project to provide internet links between 19,000 garages and the Vehicle Inspectorate in order to combat MoT fraud, and the company will also use the system to develop an online marketplace for the motor trade.
Siemens is to expand its accountancy services centre at the National Savings site in Durham with the creation of 100 jobs, and a further 300 jobs will come from a deal with Tier Technologies to develop customer care and telephony services.
Siemens has opened a new semiconductor design centre in Bristol, and expects to employ 100 people by the end of next year.
Siemens Metering is acquiring Central Quantum Office, the North Tyneside-based manager of transactions for gas suppliers, from British Gas Trading for £14m.
GEC is to buy Siemens' 40% stake in their GPT telecoms joint venture, in a £700m deal that will also see GEC transfer its 50% stake in their video-conference joint venture to Siemens.
Siemens has now agreed to buy Parsons Power Generation Systems from Rolls-Royce for £30m and will take on 880 of the remaining workers.
Siemens Automotive Systems is planning a £20m expansion at its plastic engine parts factory in Telford, thus creating 200 jobs.
Siemens Nixdorf has bought ICL's medical business for £15m, which should give it 25% of the health care market.