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Dyson opens new global headquarters at the historic St James Power Station

25 March 2022
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Dyson has opened the doors to its new global headquarters at St James Power Station, in the presence of Mr. Lee Hsien Loong, Prime Minister of Singapore. The restored 110,000 sq ft. national monument marks an exciting new chapter in Dyson’s continued growth in Singapore, and will sit at the center of its ambitions to enter entirely new fields of research and develop a new generation of high-performing technology products with increasing intelligence.

  • Prime Minister with James

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“You can feel the ambition in Singapore and Dyson’s expansion here is possible because of the wonderful inventiveness and enthusiasm of the young Singaporean engineers and scientists who have joined us. Finding a home for our headquarters in St James Power Station was serendipitous and would not have been possible without the generosity and vision of Mapletree and the steadfast support of the Singapore Government. We are honoured to be the custodians of this cathedral-like building; it’s rich history and architectural heritage will serve as a most inspiring backdrop as we pursue revolutionary new technologies.”

Sir James Dyson

In the newest phase of its S$4.9bn global investment programme, Dyson is investing S$1.5b into its future in Singapore over the next four years. Underscoring its commitment is its plans to hire more than 250 engineers and scientists, with roles spanning robotics, machine learning, AI, high-speed electric digital motors, sensing and vision systems, connectivity, software, power electronics and energy storage. The investment will also support ongoing university research programmes to drive technology development, building on its existing global programmes.

As Dyson’s global headquarters, Singapore is a hub for Dyson’s research and engineering teams, as well as commercial, advanced manufacturing and supply chain operations Over 1,400 Dyson people work in Singapore, 560 of whom are engineers and scientists.

“The historic St James Power Station marks the start of the next chapter for Dyson as a global technology company. It reflects our continued commitment to reinvest in our people, equipment and laboratories. Singapore is home to some of the world’s brightest hardware and software engineering minds; their innovative spirit will accelerate our efforts to pioneer new technologies.”

Roland Krueger, Chief Executive Officer at Dyson

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