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About Siemens

Dating back to 1843, Siemens has endeavoured to be at the centre of cutting-edge advances in technology and social change. Inventing the first automatic dial telegraph in 1847, patenting the electric dynamo in 1866, and providing the first electronic lighting in a British theatre in 1870 are just a few of their early achievements. The everyday consumer knows Siemens primarily for high quality domestic appliances, but their company scope extends way beyond that field. Siemens modern day services include healthcare products shaped to provide cost-effective, patient-orientated solutions. The focus being very much on the consumer, Siemens continues to deliver products of an exceptionally high standard in line with the company ethos “Progress in the service of mankind”. (Werner von Siemens)

Stylish and timeless designs

Where domestic appliances are concerned, Siemens are at the top of their game, designing products that coordinate seamlessly with one another, and promoting fantastic looks combined with high class features. With kitchens often being the very centre of a household, it should be a place that is relaxing and conducive to spending time in. Siemens domestic appliances offer the consumer a wide range of modern yet classic looking products that will stand the test of time.

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From the outset, it has been a mission of Siemens to be at the forefront of innovational technology. Siemens domestic appliances often include technology that is well ahead of their competitors, which has an appeal to those who like to be one step ahead of the rest. With all ranges offering the Siemens consumer a multitude of technology options, all preferences are taken into account and no customer is left wanting. Continually striving to be the best at what they do, Siemens constantly tweak, improve and invent new features and products.

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“The point at which science and arts should be directed chiefly is the prevention of waste. In doing so we should vastly increase not only our national resources but our individual well-being.” (William Siemens 1882)

From the very early days at Siemens, there has been a very strong sense of corporate responsibility towards the environment. In these consumer driven times, there is a tendency towards a throwaway culture. Siemens appliances are designed so that approximately 98% of their components can be recycled, and thus reducing unnecessary waste. Throughout the Siemens refrigeration, dishwashing and laundry ranges, there is the common theme of energy efficiency. Siemens technology is directed at using the minimal amount of energy and water, whilst at the same time maximising the quality of the output. The Siemens commitment and dedication to minimising their impact on the environment shines through in all that they do.