May 22, 2013
Type Business:Energy, Industry, HealthcareAddress:Charn Issara Tower II, 35th Floor, 2922/333 New Petchburi Road, Bangkapi, Huaykwang, Bangkok 10310
Siemens is a global powerhouse in electrical engineering and electronics operating in 190 countries in all continents with a history of more than 160 years. In Thailand, Siemens started its business in 1900 with an agency agreement signed with B. Grimm & Co. and over the years has developed the business successfully. In 1995 Siemens Ltd. was established to position itself as a serious player in its own right offering an entire range of products, solutions and services with quality and efficiency to benefit our customers. Currently the company has a workforce of around 1,600 employees.
During the course of its 160-year history, Siemens has constantly shown that it is committed to the principles of good corporate governance and that it is aware of its social responsibilities as a global company – for supporting the communities in which it does business in a wide variety of forms, and for leaving behind an intact environment for our future generations. Siemens Limited Thailand is also committed to be a good company in the country as it considers “Corporate Social Responsibility” as one of its main policies and commitments. Moreover, all employees are encouraged to participate in various volunteering activities including fund raising, and donation with the company under the projects of “Supporting Education” and “Siemens Caring Hands”
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