Important milestones in Wärtsilä's presence in Singapore
Regional office was set up.
Wärtsilä Power Singapore, a joint venture company with Keppel was set up.
Wärtsilä took over Keppel’s shares.
First Vasa 22 engine was assembled in Indonesia.
Stork-Werkspoor Singapore merged with Wärtsilä in Singapore.
Setting up of a representative office in the Philippines.
Opening of Wärtsilä Diesel Vietnam Representative Office.
Merger with New Sulzer Diesel.
Wärtsilä Malaysia Sdn Bhd was established.
Certification of ISO 14001 Environmental Management System by Det Norske Veritas (DNV) in February.
Singapore Quality Class (SQC) Award by Singapore Productivity and Standards Board (PSB) in February.
Acquisition of John Crane-Lips (since renamed Wärtsilä Propulsion) and Chuwac Engineering.
Acquisition of MTQ Engrg Pte Ltd, Ciserv Singapore Pte Ltd was established.
Wärtsilä Propulsion (WP) and Chuwac Engineering (CE) moved into Wärtsilä Singapore’s premises.
Purchased the 36,000 m2 workshop from Van Der Horst at Pandan Crescent.
Wärtsilä Singapore and Ciserv Singapore was relocated under one roof at Pandan Crescent.
The original 10,000 m2 workshop at Benoi Crescent was delicated at Logistics Centre.
Inauguration of Wärtsilä Group of Companies.
Integration of Ciserv Singapore into Wärtsilä Singapore Pte Ltd and a new division called Wärtsilä Services is formed.
Acquired Total Automation and delisted from Singapore Stock Exchange.
Employs more than 1000 personnel.
1st May, Wärtsilä Singapore received the Plague of Commendation from NTUC. Only 17 companies were selected to receive the Plague.
1st September, Total Automation changed its name to Wärtsilä Automation Services Singapore Pte Ltd (WASG).
22nd September, Conan Wu and Associates were bought over by Wärtsilä.
9th June, Conan Wu & Associates was integrated into Wärtsilä Ship Design Singapore Pte Ltd
On 1st January, Wärtsilä Automation Singapore Pte Ltd was integrated into Wärtsilä Singapore Pte Ltd and we continue to operate in 2 location, 11 Pandan Crescent and 43 Gul Drive.
In May, Wärtsilä Singapore received the CBF Model Partnership Awards from NTUC (Cheaper, Better and Faster).