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LSIS was established as Lucky Packing in 1974. In 1987 Lucky Packing changed name to Goldstar Industrial Systems (LG Industrial Systems later) and in 2003 was spun off from LG group under the name of LS (Leading Solutions), now specialized in the field of Industrial Electric & Electronics, Materials and Energy. The great potential, accumulated by the LSIS within the LG group as well as its good track record laid the groundwork for the company quick realization of its ambitions both in South Korea and worldwide. High quality standards of LSIS products, complying with the most rigid industrial requirements, ensured a rapid international acknowledgment, growth and reputation. LSIS now has 5 major production facilities in South Korea and it is also running 2 more plants in China and one in Vietnam. It has a global network of about 100 subsidiaries and branches in 25 countries, including the US, China, Europe and Middle East. LSIS has been present in the Russian market for more than 10 years now, its major activities being:

  • Electric Power Transmission and Distribution, which includes the equipment production for the complete transformer substations, low and medium voltage switchgear and protection/control devices
  • Automation Systems, responsible for frequency converters, controllers and high-tech HMI panels
  • High-Voltage GIS Switchgear for voltage level up to 420 kV; GIS switchgear for rated voltages up to 220 kV has been certified for use at the FSK EES (Federal Grid Company of Unified Energy System) facilities.

Siemens is a global powerhouse positioned along the electrification value chain – from power generation, transmission and distribution to smart grid solutions and the efficient application of electrical energy – as well as in the areas of medical imaging and laboratory diagnostics. In its product-related environmental protection activities, Siemens focuses not only on the manufacturing phase but also on the design, sales, use, service, and disposal phases of its products, which allows Siemens to be one of the largest providers of the Eco-friendly products and technologies.

As of September 30, 2016, Siemens had around 351,000 employees in more than 200 countries. It operates in 289 major production and manufacturing plants worldwide.

Siemens in Russia is one of the leading partners in the field of modernization and development of various branches of the Russian economy, with a wide network of regional bureaus (in more than 30 cities), and providing a broad spectrum of production, services and solutions for the key sectors of the national economy and infrastructure.

Siemens history in Russia dates back to 1853, when a construction office in St. Petersburg was open and it’s been for more than 160 years since then that the company has been promoting in this country the most revolutionary inventions and innovative technologies, from the pointer telegraph and dynamo in the 19th century to the intelligent networks and high-speed trains nowadays. Such Siemens projects as the construction of the Russian state telegraph network and Soviet hydroelectric power plants, first electric tram, first high-speed train and many others have considerably contributed into the industrial development of Russia.

For more than 160 years, Siemens has stood for innovative strength, a passion for technology, sustainability, responsibility and an uncompromising commitment to quality and excellence. Siemens history is a classical model of innovations and inventions that changed the world and it offers its customers products and solutions that set industry benchmarks.

Founded in 2004 by a forward thinking team of German and Chinese engineers, TGOOD has grown to become a world leader in E-House systems. As of 2011, it was ranked No. 21 in Forbes China Top 100 Companies.

Over the past decade, it has provided prefabricated Substation and E-House systems, for rated voltages from 0.4 up to 145 kV, for projects in some of the world’s most remote locations and inhospitable operating environments. Over 5000 prefabricated substations and switchgear units are produced annually both for the domestic market and abroad.

Standard designs of the TGOOD international team of experts, headed by Dr. Siegfried Ruhland (Germany), comply with best international building codes.

In 2009 TGOOD formed OEM strategic partnership with Siemens AG to manufacture GIS Siemens 8DJH for rated voltages up to 24 kV.

With field representation (through regional HQs) in America, Africa, Central Asia, Australia, Hong Kong and Middle East, TGOOD is operating worldwide.