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Siemens Vietnam launches SITRAIN in HCMC

Released at: 11:21, 22/05/2018

Siemens Vietnam launches SITRAIN in HCMC

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Opening of Siemens Digitalization and Automation Training Center affirms company's long-term commitment to Vietnam.

by Linh San

Siemens’ DF & PD Division has launched the Siemens Digitalization and Automation Training Center in Ho Chi Minh City (SITRAIN). Attending the inauguration were senior representatives from Siemens in the region and in Vietnam, along with partners and customers in related industries.

“Our top priority is to support global youth education and training as well as provide support to encourage capacity in countries we are located in and our clients and partners,” said Siemens Vietnam CEO Pham Thai Lai. “The founding of SITRAIN today once again affirms our long-term commitment to Vietnam. We will always accompany Vietnam on the path towards becoming an industrialized country and help it to grasp opportunities from Industry 4.0.”

Worldwide, SITRAIN courses are available in over 140 locations in more than 60 countries. From the basics and advanced to specialist skills, SITRAIN courses from the Siemens training program deliver extensive expertise directly from the manufacturer.

In the era of the industrial digital revolution, the skills of individuals are a key factor for success - for everyone in every company. Ongoing professional development ensures competitiveness and innovative strength. With Siemens’ offerings available worldwide, together with expert advice and trainers with hands-on experience, the company provides targeted support and a concept tailored to company needs.

Siemens is a global technology powerhouse that stands for engineering excellence, innovation, quality, reliability, and internationality.

Siemens Vietnam dates back to 1979 when the company supplied and installed the first two industrial steam turbines at the Bai Bang Paper Mill. The establishment of representative offices in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City in 1993 and becoming a limited company in 2002 were the most significant and far-reaching steps in the company’s history in Vietnam. Over several decades, Siemens has successfully participated in numerous infrastructure projects in Vietnam and made remarkable contributions to its socioeconomic development.

Today, Siemens is a market and innovation leader in the fields of Power and Gas, Energy Management, Power Generation Services, Mobility, Building Technologies, Digital Factory, Process and Drives, as well as in Healthcare. It has three offices in the heart of Hanoi, Da Nang, and Ho Chi Minh City, together with a manufacturing site in southern Binh Duong province.

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