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Omron Announces New Innovation Award to Celebrate Customer-Driven Automation Solutions that Enhance Sustainability and Benefit Society

August 11, 2023

Omron Announces New Innovation Award to Celebrate Customer-Driven Automation Solutions that Enhance Sustainability and Benefit Society

Omron celebrates excellence in industrial automation, honoring customers that leverage the breadth of their technologies to advance manufacturing and engineering.

Industry-leading automation solution provider Omron Automation Americas announces the launch of a new Innovation Award that recognizes customers who champion automation solutions that promote sustainability, enhance quality of life, and reduce the environmental impact. This initiative recognizes excellence in industrial automation and technology-based solutions addressing social needs. It also supports businesses in attracting the next-generation manufacturing workforce.

The compnay, a leader in end-to-end automation solutions, actively applies its core principles in corporate social responsibility. By harnessing technological innovation, they drive improvement in manufacturing sites and contribute to building a sustainable future that meets social needs.

“We are thrilled to honor our esteemed customers with this annual Innovation Award,” says Peter Brouwer, Vice President of Sales at Omron Automation Americas. “The Innovation Award acknowledges the collaborative effort between Omron and our customers in designing automation solutions, recognizing their creativity and the remarkable advancements achieved through our partnership.”

Peter Brouwer, Vice President of Sales at Omron Automation Americas

The company’s comprehensive portfolio of innovative automation technologies spans various industries, including electronic vehicle, life science, food and commodity, electronics, semiconductors, and logistics. By recognizing and celebrating customer innovation that drives positive impact on society, they are promoting its core principles of corporate social responsibility and contributing to the creation of a sustainable future.

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