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Siemens is a global powerhouse focusing on the areas of electrification, automation and digitalization. In 1908, the company established a Technical Bureau in Singapore as a sales office of the London-based Siemens Brothers Dynamo Works Limited, to search for new business opportunities in the then flourishing British colony. More than 100 years on, Siemens has grown with Singapore, and has helped to develop the Lion City into the modern, economic powerhouse it is today.
With approximately 351,000 employees in 190 countries, Siemens reported worldwide revenue of EUR 83 billion and net income of EUR 6.2 billion in fiscal 2017. Siemens in Singapore is one of the largest European business entity in Singapore with reported sales of EUR 533 million, including new orders of EUR 314 million and employs approximately 1,300 people.
Corporate Social Responsibility
Ever since the company was founded 110 years ago, corporate responsibility programs at the local levels have sought to contribute to the communities where we live and work. While the focus of these activities has varied, one thing has never changed: Siemens has always demonstrated a strong commitment to society.
This commitment continues today through the Siemens Caring Hands program, a company-wide program to help people in need. It involves voluntary work, partnerships and disaster relief. In Singapore, employees are given a day off each year to engage in community work. Throughout the year, employees go out in teams to spend time with underprivileged old folks, children and handicapped, volunteer at various charities’ functions, and clean up the island-nation’s beaches, among many other activities.
Siemens has been synonymous with international focus and worldwide presence for over 160 years. Today, Siemens is a global powerhouse with activities in nearly 190 regions.