70 : Siemens AG
Top 100 Revenue: $199,685,086
Defense revenue: $60,804,319
Civilian revenue: $138,880,767
2006 revenue: $118.6 billion
2006 earnings : $4.1 billion
2005 revenue: $102.5 billion
2005 earnings: $3.1 billion
Number of employees: 480000
Headquarters: New York City
Web address: www.usa.siemens.com
President/CEO: Klaus Kleinfeld, president and CEO (stepping down October 1, 2007)
Head of gov't business: George Nolen, president and CEO
Ticker: NYSE: SI
Lines of business: Automation and control, information and communications, lighting, medical, power and infrastructure, transportation, water technology and services, specialized businesses and financial services
Major customers: Air Force, U.S. Postal Service, Homeland Security Department and Energy Department
Major contracts/projects: Siemens Logistics and Assembly Systems Inc.''s Postal Automation division was hired by the U.S. Postal Service to provide additional software, equipment and services to expand its Postal Automation Redirection System to all mail sorting centers across the country. The $560 million contract was awarded in 2005 and goes until the end of this year. The company won the first phase of the contract in 2002. Siemens is also providing electronic security system upgrades to the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station under a $4 million contract awarded in January 2006. The contract also includes fire alarm and detection improvements to Patrick Air Force Base.
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