Type : Company job
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Industry : Electrical & Electronics
Salary : Not Disclosed
Siemens is a global powerhouse positioned along the electrification value chain – from power generation, transmission and distribution to smart grid solutions and the efficient application of electrical energy – as well as in the areas of medical imaging and in-vitro diagnostics. Since 1908, Siemens has actively participated in Malaysia's dynamic, economic and social growth.
Today, backed by its global network of innovation, it is one of the leading technology providers with comprehensive products and solutions for various markets in the Malaysian economy such as in Power & Gas, Power Generation, Energy Management, Building Technologies, Mobility, Digital Factory, Process Industries & Drives and Healthcare.
Siemens' innovative and efficient products are enabling power and energy operators in Malaysia to succeed in increasingly complex technological and economic environments – particularly in areas of power generation and power transmission as well as oil and gas production. For example, by the year 2017, Malaysia will be home to 6 units of the world's largest and most efficient gas turbines, the SGT5-8000H gas turbines; being the first country to have installed the turbines in the ASEAN region.
Our rail products and solutions provide safe and reliable transport for thousands of commuters in Malaysia. For example, when there was a need to transport passengers to Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) in the most efficient, reliable and quickest mode; Siemens spearheaded an Express Rail Link (ERL) project, building a 57 Kilometer city-airport connection in 2001, which allows passengers to travel from KL Sentral to KLIA within 28 minutes on a daily basis. To this day, the express line maintains a reliability rate of 99.7% on-time performance rate. Today, Siemens Malaysia, together with consortium partners, Siemens AG and SMH Rail Sdn Bhd, is involved in one of South-East Asia’s largest Mass Rapid Transit projects, the Klang Valley Mass Rapid Transit (KVMRT), as the supplier of electric trains. On top of that, Siemens Malaysia was also awarded as the supplier of depot equipment and maintenance, together with consortium partners, Siemens AG and Hisniaga Sdn Bhd. The first line of the project will span across a distance of 51 Kilometers and 31 stations. Once all 58 four-car trains are in operation, the KVMRT system is expected to have a frequency of one train every three and half minutes, with a capacity of about 1,200 passengers for each train.
Siemens is committed to providing long-term benefits to the societies in which we operate, through corporate citizenship activities which can vary from philanthropic disaster relief to more strategic shared value or inclusive business approaches. Since its presence here in Malaysia more than 100 years ago, we ensure that we provide support where it is needed most and in doing so, we apply high management standards and strategically focus our activities in areas where our competencies, resources and employee volunteering can make a meaningful difference. These focus areas include providing access to technology, providing access to education and sustaining communities.