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■2019 (2019/1 - 12)

Mitsubishi Electric and Setsuyo Astec Donates FA Systems to National Technical Training Institute (NTTI) in Cambodia

On June 12, 2019, Mitsubishi Electric Factory Automation Systems Group and Setsuyo Astec donated Mitsubishi Electric FX sequencers and related software to six vocational training schools under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Labor and Vocational Training, Cambodia.
The donation was the result of a request from the Cambodia office of the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) for the provision of Mitsubishi Electric FA equipment, which has strong market demand, via a local sales distributor in order to substantiate and improve vocational training. The donation was made together with the cooperation of Mitsubishi Electric.

The donation ceremony was held at the NTTI Auditorium in Cambodia’s capital city, Phnom Penh, and was attended by representatives of Cambodia's Ministry of Labor and Vocational Training, JICA, the Embassy of Japan in the Kingdom of Cambodia, related universities, as well as Mitsubishi Electric Corporation and Setsuyo Astec, and the grand event was graced by the presence of about several dozen participants.

The donation of the equipment also includes technical training for instructors at six vocational training schools in order to create practical and efficient training environments for an estimated 4,000 students who study FA equipment technology every year.
It is our hope that these activities will contribute to industrial growth within Cambodia.

<In Attendance>
H.E. Tann Sambath, Director, Ministry of Labor and Vocational Training, Cambodia
Koh Yamada/Chief Advisor, Yoshitaka Matsumoto, Kinuko Saito, Japan International
Cooperation Agency (JICA) Cambodia Office
Tomohiro Kanata, First Secretary, Embassy of Japan in the Kingdom of Cambodia
Hideo Tokida, Senior Manager, Asian Business Development Department, Industrial
Products Marketing Division, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
C. Sutharsan, Deputy Managing Director, Dhinimex Co., Ltd.


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Mitsubishi Electric Corporation: Commendation and Commemorative Gift Presentation Ceremony for Vacuum Circuit Breaker Sales Expansion Activities

On March 29, 2019, the Power Distribution Systems Center (PDSC) of Mitsubishi Electric Corporation held a Commemorative Gift Presentation Ceremony to commend our Taiwanese distributors and the group within our company for their sales of Mitsubishi Electric vacuum circuit breakers (VCB) in the Taiwanese market.
At the Presentation Ceremony, Yoshio Ochi, Senior General Manager of the Power Distribution Systems Center of Mitsubishi Electric, presented a glass plaque to Mr. Yasuhiro Morita, Executive General Manager of our Sales Group in Setsuyo Astec.

The implementation of the CNS 15156-200 high-voltage board standard is currently being prepared in Taiwan, and our company is actively expanding its sales of PDSC VCBs that conform to this standard. We will continue to contribute to the development of Taiwanese industry through business activities related to Mitsubishi Electric power distribution and control equipment, including PDSC VCBs, in the Taiwanese market.


<Commended company>(in random order)
Sheng Chin Trading Co., Ltd., Taiwan
Electrical Pioneer Enterprise Co., Ltd., Taiwan
Setsuyo Astec Corporation, Industrial Products Division, Industrial Products Sales Dept.1, Japan

<In Attendance>

Power Distribution Systems Center of Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
Yoshio Ochi, Senior General Manager,
Junichiro Hase, General Manager, Global Engineering Center
Harumasa Eguchi, General Manager, Marketing Department
Daishi Takasaki, Senior Manager, Marketing Department
Naoyasu Hashimoto, Manager, Marketing Department

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Mitsubishi Electric and Setsuyo Astec Donates FA Systems to the Institute of Technology of Cambodia

Mitsubishi Electric Factory Automation Systems Group and Setsuyo Astec presented sets of technical training materials of their Mitsubishi FX-PLCs, HMIs-GOTs, inverters, AC servo motors, motion controllers, energy-saving equipment, to the Institute of Technology of Cambodia on Jan 25th, 2019 and was held the donation ceremony on the same date.

The donation ceremony was attended by Embassy of Japan in the Kingdom of CAMBODIA, Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), university officials and students from the university, as well as, Mitsubishi Electric Asia and our company and the grand event was graced by the presence with about twenty several of participants.

The Institute of Technology of Cambodia, which is located in the capital of Phnom Penh, is the leading technological university in Cambodia.
By providing both theoretical education and practical training, university produces competent technical experts and contributes to the development of the industrial sector in Cambodia.

This has been for the first time the university received Mitsubishi Electric FA equipment.


<In Attendance>
Soy Ty, Deputy Director General for Academic Affairs, the Institute of Technology of Cambodia
Izumi Matsumoto, Second Secretary, Embassy of Japan in the Kingdom of CAMBODIA
Kinuko Saito, Japan International Cooperation Agency(JICA) Cambodia Office
Amanda Koh, Business Development Manager, Factory Automation & Industrial Division
Mitsubishi Electric Asia Pte Ltd
C.Sutharsan, Deputy Managing Director, DHINIMEX CO.,LTD

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Setsuyo Astec Joins DTG 2019 in Bangladesh

The company jointly operated each booth with our local distributor, Progressive Engineering Corporation and Electro Mech Automation & Engineering Ltd. at the 16th Dhaka International Textile & Garment Machinery Exhibition (DTG) held at the International Convention City Bashundhara (ICCB) in Dhaka from January 9 to 12, 2019, showcasing Factory Automation Systems Group of Mitsubishi Electric Corporation equipment (PLCs, inverters, HMIs-GOT, and AC servos) and power distribution and control equipment (breakers and magnetic contactors).

The atmosphere within the booth remained upbeat throughout the event, attracting a large number of visitors.

DTG 2019 is an international exhibition for the textile and garment machinery industry in Bangladesh, and this year represented the 16th time that it has been held in Dhaka. The exhibition was participated by approximately 1,200 companies from 37 countries around the world and was attended by around 36,000 visitors, including those from overseas.

This represented the third time that we have operated a booth showcasing Mitsubishi Electric equipment at this exhibition, following on from 2016, 2018.

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