CONGRATULATIONS ON THE GERMAN NATIONAL DAY
B. Grimm is proud to be part of the German-Thai relations.
B. Grimm, the oldest company in Thailand
and the only society awarded the coat of arms of Siam for its service to the country during the reign of kings Rama V, VI and VII.
143 years of compassionate business
B. Grimm has helped to lay the foundations of Thai infrastructure since the construction of the Rangsit Canal. It now operates power plants in Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia and South Korea, providing clean, reliable and affordable electricity, with the goal of achieving net zero carbon emissions by 2050. B. Grimm Power also successfully launched an IPO on The Stock Exchange of Thailand in 2017.
1890 Rangsit Canal
The largest irrigation system in Southeast Asia (1,500 km) was built by B. Grimm and the Snidvongse family under a development concession agreement.
B. Grimm’s first industrial power plant
Hydroelectric power station, Champassak, Laos
The largest solar farm in Southeast Asia. Solar power plant, Tay Ninh, Vietnam
The last wind farm opened in August 2021, Mukdahan, Thailand
Maquet from the 1890s
Modern medical equipment imported by B. Grimm.
Thailand’s first wireless telegraph system is installed and operated by B. Grimm on the road which was later named Wireless Road.
King Rama VII made a trip to Europe in 1931 and met Mr. Adolf Link (right) and Mr. Krupp (2nd right). Later, B. Grimm imported diesel hydraulic locomotives and steel rails from Krupp to Thailand.
HRH Prince Prem Purachattra, grandson of King Rama V, made the first long distance phone call from Germany to his father in Siam.
1964 Carl Zeiss
Southeast Asia’s first planetarium using the Carl Zeiss projector.
German Chancellor Helmut Kohl, Harald Link and Vikrom Kromadit at the signing ceremony for the development of the first B. Grimm power station.
B.Grimm & Siemens have signed a contract for the supply of turnkey systems to Bangkok’s first electric mass transit system (BTS).
“With compassion, business can exist in harmony with nature and the community”
Save the tiger
Thailand OLYMPICS 2020 Equestrian Team
Harald Link, as the president of the Equestrian Federation of Thailand, has raised the standards of the sport in the region. Thailand made history by sending Thailand’s first national equestrian team to compete in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
As President of RBSO, Harald Link leads the foundation throughout its fourth decade, with a mission to cultivate classical music among the younger generation and make classical music accessible to all.