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Present at the launch at SK ...
Present at the launch at SK (P) Assunta 1 were Philips Malaysia chairman and chief executive officer Lee Weng Seong and Petaling Utama District Education Office's complaints and relations officer Kaharuddin Mohd Yusof.
About 120 students, teachers, and Philips
employees were present at the launch.
"World leaders and governments are beginning to recognise the crucial role of sustainable energy in the battle against climate change.
"It is equally important to educate the younger generation because they are the future leaders who will carry on this work," said Lee
"By demonstrating how simple it is to save energy, we hope that the students will cultivate a habit for doing the 'little things' that will preserve our environment," he
"We are excited to roll it out in Malaysia and are confident that it will successful and beneficial," added Lee
also highlighted that with the new lighting technology available today, savings of up to US$143bil on energy costs are possible, reducing CO² output by 592 million tonnes per year.
"Interventional X-ray technology is a ...
"Interventional X-ray technology is a vital component in the future of medicine," said Lee Weng Seong, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Philips Group of Companies in Malaysia.
"The Philips Allura brings a new level of quality and detail to HUKM images allowing physicians to offer patients safe and effective alternatives to surgery," added Lee.
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It's advanced scanning technology allows the equipment to capture the heart's image and provide immediate diagnosis," said Lee Weng Seong, Philips ASEAN regional director for Medical Systems.
KUALA LUMPUR: Royal Philips ...
KUALA LUMPUR: Royal Philips Electronics of the Netherlands has appointed Lee Weng Seong as chairman and chief executive officer of Philips group of companies in Malaysia effective Nov 1, 2008.
In a statement yesterday, Philips said with the appointment, Lee would be the first Malaysian to lead Philips in Malaysia since the company set up its operations here in 1960.
Lee succeeds Dr Rajah Kumar who retires on Oct 31 after 37 years with Philips, including six years at the helm of Philips Malaysia.
Philips said Lee brought with him a wealth of experience in building organisational excellence, driving customer acquisitions and operational efficiencies, having served with Philips since 1984.
In his most recent position as regional director, he was responsible for the overall healthcare business for Philips Asean and Pakistan.
Lee began his career in 1978 when he joined Geophysical Services International (GSI), a subsidiary of Texas Instruments, as engineering manager.
He joined Philips in 1984 as the marketing manager for the telecom and data systems and subsequently the information (IS) division where he was responsible for sales and marketing of turnkey retail banking solutions to financial institutions.
In 1994, Lee
moved to Philips Medical Systems
in Singapore where he
took on various responsibilities in marketing and sales leadership positions for the business in Singapore, Brunei, Indonesia, the Philippines, Vietnam, Pakistan, Cambodia and Laos.
In his new capacity, Lee will oversee operations of the overall business of the national organisation of Philips Malaysia and Philips Lumileds in Penang.
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Interventional X-ray technology is a vital component in the future of medicine, said Lee Weng Seong, the chairman and chief executive officer of Philips Group of Companies in Malaysia.