HIMA wins Frost & Sullivan award
HIMA has achieved a strong market position thanks to its commitment to service and advanced high-end safety solutions, Frost and Sullivan noted. Since the companys entry into the Asia-Pacific market in 2000, HIMA has successfully established itself and also achieved significant market share. HIMAs 30 years of experience in safety systems and excellent German engineering has contributed to this success, said Satish Lele, Director Industrial Technologies at the Frost & Sullivan awards ceremony in Singapore. Dieter Seiger, General Manager Asia Pacific, accepted the award on behalf of HIMA.
Frost & Sullivans Emerging Company of the Year Award is given annually to a company which has distinguished itself as a significant player in its industry. This award recognizes excellent in management, above average market growth, exceptional customer service, and the ability to successfully merge technology with strategic initiatives.
HIMA is represented in the Asia Pacific region with three subsidiaries in Australia, Malaysia and China, as well as sales offices in Japan and South Korea. HIMA employs a total of 170 people in the region. More than 1,000 safety systems have been installed in the Asia-Pacific region for well-known customers in the petrochemical and chemical industries.
HIMA is the worlds leading designer and manufacturer of automated safety solutions in the process industry. With an installed base of more than 20,000 systems in more than 80 countries and presence in more than 50 countries around the globe, HIMA offers a wealth of knowledge and experience to users providing scalable TUV SIL 3 certified solutions for Emergency Shutdown (ESD), Fire & Gas (F&G), Burner Management (BMS), Turbo Machinery Control (TMC), and a range of other safety applications. Founded in 1908, HIMA was the first company in the world to develop TUV-certified safety-related automation controls in the 1960s and has been at the forefront of safety-related control technology for more than 40 years. Over the past 100 years HIMA has grown to become a premier worldwide specialist supplier, delivering unique solutions through combination of maximum safety and maximum availability. Based in Brühl, Germany, HIMA remains an independent, family-owned business whose sole focus is to design, manufacture and deliver the most advanced safety-related technology and solutions to its customers.
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