Panasonic Electric Works Europe AG Nordic, located in Kista, distributes components such as solid state relays, switches, and connectors. The European headquarters are located in Ottobrunn - Germany, manufactures and distributes in addition to the components product portfolio sensors, programmable controllers, servo drives, and laser markers.
For machine builders, Panasonic offers a wide range of products and solutions fine-tuned to function with each other. Temperature control, programmable control, and drives using a combination of PLC and servo motors, as well as communication within and outside of the factory are just a few notable examples.
The goal of safety engineering at Panasonic is to ease implementing safety-related functions as much as possible, i.e. to come up with solutions to integrate known products into customer-specific applications. This is guaranteed by simply combining safety and control circuits. This measure not only reduces the number of components and devices in the machine, but also minimizes wiring. Fewer costs, less stock to manage and more room in the machine are the result of this optimization.
Highly reliable components that have a proven track record when it comes to safety, power train control, comfort and other innovative solutions.
Contributing to the ever increasing need for versatility and innovation in car electronics, our lineup of automotive components excels on quality, cost and space savings.
In all areas driven by technology, e.g. production, engineering, quality assurance and fundamental research, we are exerting tremendous effort. It is paramount for us that our customers receive state-of-the-art products of superior quality and reliability.
Energy efficiency is the ratio of the amount of energy consumed to the products and services obtained. It can be improved with the use and implementation of measures and investments in technology.
Panasonic will strive to ensure that CO2 emissions across its business operations – production and products used by its customers – reaches its peak in 2018, the centenary year of its foundation. Currently Panasonic ranks 4th among sustainable enterprises in the world.