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Did you know that OMRON started with trouser presses? That the company originates from Japan and has been in business for 90 years? And that we have very strong ethics? Want to know more? Read about our philosophy and motto and get to know us.Philosophy
With its headquarters in Kyoto, Japan, OMRON Corporation is a global leader in the field of automation.
Established in 1933 and headed by President Junta Tsujinagi, OMRON has more than 29,000 employees working to provide products and services in 120 countries, in a variety of fields, including industrial automation, electronic components industries and healthcare. The company has head offices in Japan (Kyoto), Asia Pacific (Singapore), China (Hong Kong), Europe (Amsterdam) and US (Chicago). The European organisation has its own development and manufacturing facilities, and provides local customer support in all European countries.OMRON Corporation website
OMRON's policy is to offer products that are environmentally warranted (warranted to be free from any banned substances) to customers all over the world. In accordance with this policy, OMRON decided to totally eliminate all hazardous substances from its control devices as well.See our environmental policy
For us, sustainability is all about putting our Principles into practice. “To improve lives and contribute to a better society.” Since 1959, when this corporate motto was established by our founder, we have contributed to society by solving various issues in society through our businesses.
Read more about our effort in promoting the sustainable development of our society on a global basis.OMRON and Sustainability
OMRON Group Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement
OMRON strives to ensure that no infringement of human rights takes place in any part of our business and supply chains and that we do not have a hand in any other party’s infringement of human rights. While doing so, we recognize that slavery and human trafficking are major global issues and that modern slavery could occur in business in the form of forced labor or child labor.
Every year, OMRON issues the “OMRON Group Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement”. The Statement states our determination to further strengthen our commitment to preventing child labor and forced labor, while furthermore describing the measures we are taking to prevent modern slavery and human trafficking in any part of our business and supply chains.
The Statement is under the responsibility of the Board of the Directors and has been approved by a board member given the authority by the Board.