Siemens Group of Companies in Malaysia donate COVID-19 test kits to the Ministry of Health
(From right) Mr Rod Frazer ( Managing Director of Siemens Healthineers) and Mr Adam Yee (President & CEO of Siemens Malaysia) presenting the symbolic certification of donation to YB Dato' Sri Dr. Adham Bin Baba (Minister of Health of Malaysia) and Dato’ Mohd Shafiq Bin Abdullah (Secretary-General, Ministry of Health of Malaysia)
The certification of donation comes with a drawing by a Siemens employee’s child, to appreciate all the front-liners who are out there risking their lives in the battle against COVID-19 for the nation.
(From left) Mr Rod Frazer, Managing Director of Siemens Healthineers and Mr Adam Yee, President & CEO of Siemens Malaysia presenting the symbolic certification of donation to Dr Haji Tahir bin Aris, Director of Institute Medical Research (IMR) and IMR representatives
Presenting Siemens Healthineers’ COVID-19 antibody tests to the Institute for Medical Research (IMR). The test kits were delivered to the Institute of Medical Research as requested by the Ministry of Health to aid the facility’s research on the pandemic.
Representatives of Siemens visited the Institute Medical Research’s lab and witnessed Siemens Healthineers COVID-19 Antibody tests running in the testing machine.
Siemens Malaysia is a leading technology provider with comprehensive products and solutions for various markets in the Malaysian economy. It focuses on the areas of intelligent infrastructure for buildings and distributed energy systems, automation and digitalization in the process and manufacturing industries, smart mobility solutions for rail and road transport, as well as medical technology and digital healthcare services. Siemens made its debut foray into Malaysia through its first recorded sale here in 1908. Since then, the company has grown together with the economical and infrastructural development of Malaysia. In 1972, Siemens set up its first semiconductor factories in Malacca and Penang, creating some 1,500 jobs for the nation’s workforce. In 1973, another semiconductor factory was set up in Malacca. The company has contributed to a significant number of milestone nation-building projects that include Malaysia capital’s landmark KLCC Twin Towers, the Klang Valley MRT Line 1 and ERL Express city-airport connection.
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