Siemens Names Daryl Dulaney CEO of Infrastructure & Cities, North America Sector

Siemens (NYSE: SI) has appointed Daryl Dulaney as CEO of the company’s infrastructure and cities sector in North America.

The new sector will be organized into five divisions: building technologies, low and medium voltage (power distribution for utilities and facilities), mobility and logistics (traffic, transport and logistics management), rail systems (rail vehicles) and smart grid (intelligent power grids).

“Cities face challenges of providing safe, comfortable and sustainable environments that enable a high quality of life for citizens and that make them attractive to businesses, ” Dulaney said. “The new sector is well positioned, with 87, 000 employees worldwide and the most comprehensive portfolio in the market, to minimize those challenges by delivering solutions to city halls, utilities and transportation authorities to make them more competitive and sustainable for the future.”

Dulaney will continue as president and CEO of Siemens Industry, the legal entity comprising both of the company’s infrastructure and cities and industry sectors in the U.S.

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