The future office and production complex is reportedly slated for completion in 2015. The new product line will include, among other things, cordless sensors for nuclear energy projects, process automation systems, and other ‘smart’ equipment.
The Chelyabinsk complex is said to employ more than a thousand people who will engage in setting up production of a range of sensors (pressure, temperature, level and consumption ones), and of valves and control gear. The project will also focus on developing integrated metrology solutions for its corporate customers, and on providing process automation system engineering services.
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According to Edward L. Monser, president and COO of Emerson, “Russia continues to be a strong market for Emerson technologies and services.”