Siemens Korea appoints Tino Hildebrand as New Head of Digital Industries

Has served in various management positions at the German headquarters and in the Asia Pacific region since joining Siemens in 1996

Expected to help accelerate digital transformation in the Korean industry with deep understanding of the East Asian market

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Siemens Ltd. Seoul
Aug. 04, 2022 17:30
SEOUL--(Korea Newswire)--A global powerhouse in electrical engineering and electronics leading the age of digitalization, Siemens Korea (Siemens Ltd. Seoul·SLS) announced the official appointment of Mr. Tino Hildebrand as the new Head of the company’s Digital Industries (DI) Business effective August 1, 2022.

Mr. Tino Hildebrand will be leading DI Business at Siemens Korea, a leader in technological innovation in the field of industrial automation and digitalization, through close cooperation with partners and customers.

Having served the company for 27 years since joining Siemens AG in 1996, Mr. Hildebrand has been responsible for managing various areas including Factory Automation, Business Development, Global Marketing, and Sales at the headquarters in Germany and regional organizations in Asia. Since 2017, he has served as Vice President and Head of DI at Siemens Taiwan until the current appointment in Korea. With his profound insights and understanding as well as a strong network in the East Asian market, Mr. Hildebrand is renowned for a wide range of field experiences in the manufacturing industry and a deep passion for digitalization.

“We welcome Mr. Tino Hildebrand for joining Siemens Korea,” said HaJoong Chung, President and CEO of Siemens Korea. “I believe Digital Industries will grow even stronger under his leadership and expertise. By enhancing mutual collaboration and cooperation across all businesses within Siemens Korea and harnessing Siemens Xcelerator, our open digital business platform, Digital Industries is also expected to contribute to accelerating digital transformation in the Korean industry”

Mr. Tino Hildebrand said, “I feel very honored and delighted to be leading Digital Industries at Siemens Korea and helping customers to fully utilize the potential of data by connecting the real and digital worlds and by combining the power of hardware and software” He added, “With a strategy focusing on digitalization and sustainable solutions, we will do our best to be a reliable partner to the entire Korean industry as well as manufacturing in the era of digital transformation”


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