Siemens has been active in Malaysia for nearly three decades.
With the establishment of its semiconductor factories in Malacca
in 1972 and later Penang, Siemens has become the largest German
company in Malaysia and a substantial entity within Malaysia's
dynamic and rapidly expanding electrical and electronics market.
Backed by the engineering, research and development capabilities
of one the world's leading corporation in the field of electrical
engineering and electronics, Siemens Malaysia has the know-how
and expertise to advise clients in the development of application-oriented
solutions and to assist in the implementation of projects.
Highly qualified engineers, service technicians and maintenance
personnel are dedicated to serve their clients and to develop
the most appropriate solutions to all application requirements.
The company's activities center on power generation and distribution,
telecommunications, information technology, industrial and
automation systems; drives and standard products; electro-mechanical
components; as well as medical engineering and transportation
systems. To cater for the rapidly increasing demand for mobile
communication facilities, Siemens has provided switching subsystems
to Binariang as the backbone of their GSM network. Since July
1997, Siemens has also been setting up digital communications
systems for private operator Mutiara Telecommunications who
wants to establish a country- wide telephone network by mid
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