Siemens Healthineers AG, a Frankfurt-listed global leader in medical technology, has chosen The MET Corporate Towers in Kuala Lumpur's KL Metropolis as the location for its Malaysian headquarters. The establishment of this strategic base marks a significant partnership between Siemens Healthineers and Triterra Metropolis Sdn Bhd, the developer of the impressive 42-storey tower.
Under a nine-year lease agreement, Siemens Healthineers will occupy an entire floor of approximately 18,500 square feet on the 34th floor of The MET Corporate Towers. Triterra's CEO, Christopher Lim, expressed enthusiasm for the lease deal, emphasizing the shared vision of creating a dynamic environment and fostering innovation and transformative change.
The KL Metropolis development spans 75.5 acres and has a total gross development value of RM20 billion. It encompasses various components, including regional retail centers, luxury apartments, offices, and hotels. The MET, launched in 2017 with a GDV of RM750 million, consists of the 42-storey tower with 356 office spaces and a 30-story tower with 132 offices.
Siemens Healthineers' new Malaysian headquarters will feature a state-of-the-art customer experience center, a modern training space for healthcare professionals, and a comprehensive range of products and services, including AI-supported apps and digital solutions. The working area will be designed according to Siemens Healthineers' Way of Working concept, which prioritizes flexibility, work-life integration, and meeting business needs. The concept leverages digital experiences to enhance productivity and collaboration through both onsite and remote options.
Rod Frazer, the Managing Director of Siemens Healthineers Malaysia, expressed the company's aspirations for the new premises to set the highest standards in design and sustainability, serving as a model for other Siemens Healthineers offices. The establishment of the Malaysian headquarters in The MET Corporate Towers solidifies Siemens Healthineers' commitment to advancing medical technology and improving healthcare in the region.