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Samsung earns new milestone; manufactures 10 mn CTVs, colour monitors

New Delhi, November 17, 2005: Digital technology leader, Samsung India, has achieved a milestone in the Indian market by producing 10 million sets of CTVs and monitors till date, from the commencement of television production in June 1997 and monitor production in June 2001.

Both, the CTV and the colour monitor lines, have a production capacity of 1.5 Million units and enjoys the lowest tact time in the industry of 4.9 secs. (Tact time represents the time gap of 4.9 seconds between 2 Samsung CTVs / colour monitors rolling out of the production line).

"At the time of commencement of production, both the CTV and colour monitor lines enjoyed a tact time of 16 seconds, and the improvement in tact time that we have achieved, is a reflection of the improvement in productivity achieved by our Manufacturing team", states, Samsung India, Director – Manufacturing,Mr Y B Yoo.

"Through Pro 3M activities, autonomous maintenance and by focusing on training of operators, we are seeking to becoming a 'loss less' factory" states, Samsung India, DGM- Production,Mr. Girish Shah . For ensuring quality production at the factory, some of the processes being followed at Samsung include mistake proofing, MLP100 (Defect below 100ppm) and quality line stop.

The improvements in productivity and quality at the Noida facility are a direct fallout of the training efforts being put in – each operator goes through 160 hours of training in a Year including training on the following –Quality; Six Sigma and HR training. Samsung India, which today enjoys the highest productivity amongst all Samsung subsidiaries, is being benchmarked by other Samsung subsidiaries.

In its colour television production line, Samsung is manufacturing 15" Flat to 29" Flat colour televisions. Samsung India has been focusing on enhancing productivity at its Noida manufacturing units through machine software up gradation (with the help of the Noida R & D Centre) as well as improving productivity.

About Samsung India

Samsung India is the Regional Headquarters for Samsung's operations in South West Asia, and is a leading provider of high tech information technology, telecom, consumer electronics and home appliance products in the country. Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., the parent Company of Samsung India is a global leader in semiconductor, telecommunication, digital media and digital convergence technologies with 2004 parent company sales of US$55.2 billion and net income of US$10.3 billion.

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