Kyoto, Japan -- OMRON Corporation (TSE: 6645, ADR: OMRNY, Head office: Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto, President and CEO: Yoshihito Yamada) today announced the commencement of operations at their newly established regional head office, the Omron Management Center of Korea (hereinafter referred to as "OMCK," President: Takao Yamauchi), in the city of Seoul. The new office will be responsible for strengthening Omron's business operations in South Korea.
OMCK will provide Omron Group companies operating in South Korea with dedicated financial and legal support; human resources support, helping to deal with local personnel recruitment and staff training; reinforcement of the Omron brand in South Korea; and CSR functions.
South Korea has advanced industries such as digital equipment and automobiles, and serves as a center of Omron's client companies with global operations. Omron therefore sees South Korea as an important country for its business. In addition, as South Korea faces various emerging social issues, such as rapidly increasing labor costs and a growing number of patients with lifestyle-related diseases, there is potential for further growth in the fields of industrial automation, automotive electronic components and healthcare, which can be achieved by Omron's strategic advantage: adding value through automation.
Omron aims to accelerate business growth by establishing an optimal global network that includes OMCK, and contributing to the further development of South Korean society through its business operations.
|Company name:||OMRON Management Center of Korea|
|Location:||465, Gangnam-daero, Seocho-gu, Seoul, South Korea|
|Main business activities:||
- Managing operations and promoting strategies in South Korea
- Providing financial, legal, and human resources support through the regional head office
|No. of employees:||Approximately 10 (at the time of foundation in January, 2017)|
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About OMRON Corporation
OMRON Corporation is a global leader in the field of automation based on its core technology of sensing and control. OMRON's business fields cover a broad spectrum, ranging from industrial automation and electronic components to automotive electronic components, social infrastructure systems, healthcare, and environmental solutions. Established in 1933, OMRON has about 38,000 employees worldwide, working to provide products and services in more than 110 countries. For more information, visit OMRON's website: http://www.omron.com/