Since its founding in 1950, Nichicon has constantly been involved in the development, production, and sales of capacitors and circuit products that are essential for many types of electric and electronic equipment. Today, the needs of our customers are becoming increasingly advanced and diversified. Under our aggressive “Topnotch management,” we are maximizing our three core product lines (Aluminum electrolytic capacitors, Film capacitors, and Circuit products) in four market segments that are experiencing particularly striking growth: “Energy, Ecology & Medical equipment,” “Automotive & Railway-car related appliances,” “Home appliances & Industrial inverters,” and “Information & Communications equipment.”
In order to survive in the global market, it is necessary to increase our visibility as a “valuable supplier for our customers” by striking the proper balance between all the factors of technology, quality, cost, and services. In order to do so, we are making efforts to reinforce our competitiveness and improve our level of customer satisfaction, while strengthening and expanding our development, production, and sales frameworks. We also consider it important to be able to grow continuously and steadily in fulfilling our Corporate Social Responsibilities by living up to and strengthening the trust that the society has placed in us as well. For this reason, we also intend not only to address market needs but also reinforce our endeavors in environmental conservation activities, compliance with laws and regulations, social contributions, and matters of importance.
In addition our new headquarters building completed in 2004, we focused on embodying the concepts of “Spirit of Innovation, Environment, and Wisdom of the Old Capital.” We expect the headquarters building to play a major role as a basis of management from which we can accommodate this modern, time-critical era. We continue to take on the challenges of the era without hesitation and with full awareness of the global competition, and remain committed to working toward the goal of becoming the “Number-one, only- one company” that pursues a more affluent society.
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