Siemens, Petrojet to prioritise infrastructure projects

Siemens, a global technology powerhouse, has formed a partnership with Petrojet, a major construction group in the Middle East and Africa, to promote collaboration in industrial sector technologies in the Middle East. The focus of the collaboration will be on water, oil and gas, tunnels, and infrastructure projects throughout the region. Siemens will provide support to Petrojet by offering its latest technology, including the Siemens Xcelerator portfolio, an open digital business platform that facilitates customers’ digital transformation on a larger scale and at a faster pace.

The partnership will encompass a range of technologies such as automation solutions, industrial communications, instrumentation, analytical products, motion control, industrial IoT platforms, cloud computing, predictive maintenance, and asset management systems. Siemens will also conduct technical training for Petrojet on automation, instrumentation, and control products and solutions. The aim of this collaboration, according to Siemens, is to leverage the complementary capabilities of both companies to identify opportunities that support the digitalisation strategy of the Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources and contribute to Egypt’s Vision 2030, as well as serve key clients across the Middle East.

Engineer Mohammed Khalifa, CEO of Siemens Digital Industries in the Middle East, expressed pride in being a key partner to the Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, supporting their vision to enhance the industrial sector and smart infrastructure projects. He emphasised that the collaboration with Petrojet will further enhance the competitiveness of these sectors through Industry 4.0 digital solutions and product technologies, ultimately contributing to Egypt’s economic development plans. Engineer Waleed Lotfy, Chairman and Managing Director of Petrojet, also expressed pleasure in expanding the cooperation with Siemens, highlighting the joint effort to advance the capabilities of the Egyptian industrial sector and other markets in the Middle East, capitalising on Siemens’ digital expertise and Petrojet’s experience in delivering large-scale projects to esteemed clients.

The partnership between Siemens and Petrojet reflects their commitment to bolstering the industrial markets in Egypt and the wider region, as well as their global presence. By combining their strengths, they aim to drive progress in the industrial sector, support digitalisation initiatives, and contribute to the economic growth of Egypt.

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