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Industrial Coding & Marking Systems

The Hitachi Group in Europe is a leading global technology and engineering group. Its range of versatile and reliable continuous inkjet printers and laser coders are among the most advanced in the world.

Founded in Japan in 1910, Hitachi has grown to become a well-recognised and well respected global industrial brand. Hitachi is present in a wide range of market segments from materials, construction machinery and industrial components to medical equipment and IT solutions.

As with all Hitachi products, quality and reliability are its main USPs, as well as its low TCO (Total Cost of Ownership). Environmental considerations are also of core importance, and Hitachi continuously strives to provide more efficient, environmentally sound solutions.

Hitachi Knowledge: Quick tips for easy maintenance

Our products for industrial coding are suitable for both harsh and hygienically demanding production environments that are subject to special hygienic requirements. Have a look.

At a time when COVID-19 is still affecting society, it is of great importance to meet the time to market and deliver a safe and well-engineered product.

Intelligent tool-less filter replacement is not a time-consuming activity for your operators. We help to minimize your downtime and keep your production running. Check it out.

Latest News

Hitachi Becomes COP26 Principal Partner

10.03.2021

Hitachi, Ltd. is today proud to announce it has become a Principal Partner for COP26, the International Climate Change Summit taking place in Glasgow this November. Through the partnership, Hitachi will champion decarbonisation and support the UK Government, which holds the COP26 Presidency.

Hitachi is becoming a climate change innovator, helping governments, cities and companies cut their greenhouse gas emissions. The company recently joined the UN’s Race to Zero campaign through the Business Ambition for 1.5°C, committing to aligning its business with the most ambitious aim of the Paris Agreement - to limit global temperature rise to 1.5°C above preindustrial levels.

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