The Nidec Semiconductor Solution Center is scheduled to open this Monday, according to Nidec Corporation.

The geographical location of this center is at 2-8, Shin-Kawasaki, Saiwai-ku, Kawasaki-shi, Kanagawa, 212-0032 Japan (inside the Nidec Research and Development Center, Japan). Their expected workforce is approx. 20 employees (at the end of the fiscal year ending March 31, 2023).

The global shortage of semiconductors after the pandemic is expected to stabilize again in 2022. This new solution center seeks to build a strategic partnership with suppliers providing the semiconductor supply chain. The company also plans to provide intelligent, environmentally friendly propulsion solutions.

Shigenobu Nagamori, founder, executive director, chairman and CEO, said: “Stable semiconductor supplies are really crucial for Nidec as we strive to achieve our 10 trillion yen sales target. In the future, we will meet the expectations of our customers by actively promoting a comprehensive strategy that encompasses the entire development process through a stable supply of semiconductors. ”

June Seki, Representative Director, President and Chief Operating Officer, added: “I am convinced that such integration will allow us to provide excellent quality, price, delivery time, speed, service and uniqueness, work sustainably in business and lead our products to better contribute to social development. In this way, we will build a stable partnership with our customers who use our products. ”

Ryūji Omura, director, added: “I joined Nidec last February based on the belief that improving the level of the company’s semiconductor motor business will be crucial in the company’s pursuit of 10 trillion yen in sales. I will actively develop this project with passion, enthusiasm and perseverance to build a global ecosystem with our customers, business partners and suppliers. ”


New Semiconductor Solution Center in Japan

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