Siemens Korea History

Since its foundation in the 1950s, Siemens Korea has been taking the initiative in providing various business cooperation efforts, active investments and developments based on superior technology and global experience in order to create positive ties with Korean industries.
Siemens Korea

Our History

2020

  • Establishment of Siemens Energy Ltd.

 

2018

  • Acquisition of Mentor Graphics Korea

 

2017

  • Establishment of Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy Ltd. (Former Siemens Wind Power Ltd.)
  • Acquisition of CD Adapco Korea

 

2015

  • Establishment of Siemens Healthineers Ltd. (Former Siemens Healthcare Ltd.)
  • Integration of Siemens Energy Solutions Ltd.

 

2014

  • Acquisition of Leuven Measurement System Korea (LMS Korea)

 

2013

  • Establishment of Siemens Energy Solutions Ltd. (SESL)

 

2012

  • Office relocation of Siemens Ltd. Seoul to Poongsan Building

 

2009

  • Integration of Siemens Shinhwa

 

2008

  • Acquisition of Shinhwa Electronics
  • Establishment of Siemens Shinhwa

 

2007

  • Acquisition of Bayer Diagnostics
  • Establishment of Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics
  • Establishment of Siemens Ultrasound Systems Korea (SUSKO)

 

2004

  • Integration of Siemens Building Technologies

 

2001

  • Integration of Siemens Medical Systems

 

2000

  • Acquisition of Siemens Westinghouse Power Korea

 

1991

  • Provided acceleration and control systems for Daegu Subway project

 

1989

  • Renamed Siemens Electrical Engineering to Siemens Ltd. Seoul (SLS)
  • Foundation of Joint Venture Siemens Goldstar Medical Co., Ltd.

 

1971

  • Foundation of Siemens Electrical Engineering Co., Ltd.

 

1967

  • Foundation of liaison office in Korea

 

1950

  • Participated in the reconstruction and infrastructure projects after the Korean War
Siemens AG

History of Siemens AG

From a small workshop in a back courtyard in Berlin to a global corporation: Few industrial companies can look back on such a long, successful history as Siemens can.

Siemens Historical Institute

The Siemens Historical Institute has the task of documenting the diverse history of our technology company, founded in Berlin in 1847, as well as researching that history and making it accessible to a broad target audience. We work with well-known partners from academia and practical research to present the company’s economic, technical, and social development.  By bridging the gap between the past, the present and the future we help heightening the company’s profile.