Developing Infrastructure and Relationships in Singapore

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Developing Infrastructure and Relationships in Singapore

A decade after Singapore declared independence from Malaysia in 1965, Meidensha Corporation established itself in the city-state to actively contribute to the development of the young nation.

The company brought its expertise and know-how as an electrical equipment manufacturer to power distribution and water treatment projects across the country. Initial close relations with government agencies such as the Economic Development Board (EDB), Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), National Water Agency (PUB) and Land Transport Authority (LTA) continue to this day.

“As a government oriented economy, we have developed our relationship with Singapore for many years,” says Mamoru Sugii, Director and Senior Managing Executive Officer of Meidensha Corporation and Managing Director and Regional Executive for ASEAN and South and West Asia of Meiden Singapore Pte Ltd. “In line with Singapore’s population growth, infrastructure projects in the northern area of Singapore such as railway power-supply systems are being rolled out. By strengthening our activities in Singapore, we aim to be an active player in key infrastructure projects”.

Mamoru Sugii

Mamoru Sugii, Director and Senior Managing Executive Officer of Meidensha Corporation and Managing Director and Regional Executive for ASEAN and South and West Asia of Meiden Singapore Pte Ltd.

Last year, the company received an order to deliver a power-supply system to LTA for the Thomson Line (TSL) project, Singapore’s sixth mass rapid transit line linking the country’s northern and central areas. Meidensha is also working closely with PUB on a water treatment project at Changi Water Reclamation Plant. The project, when completed, will be one of the world’s largest ceramic membrane bioreactor plant to treat and recycle used water.

As the Asian region continues to develop and become more integrated, Meidensha is working on several infrastructure projects across the region.

“We cover nine markets from our regional headquarters in Singapore and these represent a significant portion of our overseas business,” says Sugii. “We would like to congratulate Singapore on its golden jubilee anniversary this year as we celebrate our fortieth anniversary in Singapore.We remain committed to development projects in Singapore and across the region and will continue to transfer our expertise in social infrastructure systems.”

The Company

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Meidensha Corporation
Industry
Manufacturing and selling of generators, substation equipment, water treatment equipment, electronic equipment, and information equipment.

Our Location:

ThinkPark Tower, 2-1-1 Osaki. Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo, 141-6029 Japan