Samsung Electronics in India

Samsung Electronics commenced its operations in India in December 1995 and is today a leading provider of Consumer Electronics, IT and Telecom products in the Indian market. Samsung India is the Regional Headquarters for Samsung’s South West Asia operations, which provides employment to over 45,000 employees with around 11,500 employees being involved in R&D.

Samsung began operations in India through its manufacturing complex located at Noida (UP), which today houses facilities for Colour Televisions (including 3D, LED and LCD Televisions), Mobile Phones, Refrigerators, Washing Machines and Split Air Conditioners categories. Samsung commenced operations of its second state-of-the-art manufacturing complex at Sriperumbudur, Tamil Nadu in November 2007. Today, the Sriperumbudur facility manufactures Colour Televisions, Fully Automatic Front Loading Washing Machines, Refrigerators and Split Air Conditioners. Samsung India has three R&D Centres in India–two in NCR and one in Bangalore. While the Noida R&D Centres develops software solutions for high-end televisions such as Plasma TVs, LCD TVs and Digital Media Products, the other Centre is engaged in R&D solutions for product hardware. The Bangalore R&D Centre works on major projects for Samsung Electronics in the area of telecom, wireless terminals and infrastructure, Networking, SoC (System on Chip) Digital Printing and other multimedia/digital media as well as application software.

Samsung India is a market leader in product categories like LED TVs, LCD TVs, Slim TVs and Side by Side Refrigerators. While it is the second largest mobile handset brand in India, it leads in the smart phone segment in India.

Samsung India has won several awards and recognitions for both its corporate initiatives as well as its product innovations in Audio Visual, Home Appliance, IT and Telecom Product categories.

Apart from development of innovative technology, Samsung places great importance on acting as a responsible corporate citizen in the communities where it operates. Its CSR programs respond to the social and environmental needs and seek to give back to communities that support the company. In 2009, Samsung launched the company’s Corporate Social Responsibility initiative ‘Samsung Hope Project’ with projects in the areas of education, culture, sports, social welfare and community development. Each programme, under the Hope Project, uniquely addresses the needs of individual communities while emphasizing on innovations for development of the community including education, technology, engineering and IT technical training.
The Company’s CSR initiatives such as Samsung Smart Class and Samsung Technical Schools have been recognised by several reputed organisations, and the Company has won accolades from these projects aimed at giving back to the society.