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Hitachi Europe Ltd. - parent company
Hitachi Europe Ltd. is the parent company to Hitachi Europe GmbH, "Industrial Components & Equipment group" and a wholly owned subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd., Japan. Headquartered in Maidenhead, UK, it has operations in 13 countries across Europe, the Middle East and Africa and employs approximately 550 people. Hitachi Europe comprises of nine business areas: rail systems; power and industrial systems; information systems; digital media and consumer products; display products; industrial components and equipment; air conditioning and refrigeration systems; manufacturing systems; and procurement and sourcing. Hitachi Europe also has three Research and Development laboratories and a design center in Europe. For more information visit www.hitachi.eu
Italian legislation on packaging environmental marking16.12.2022
The legislative decree amended Italian environmental law in the following areas: packaging labeling for environmental reasons; the circular economy; and the expanded liability of producers for the trash they produce, waste management, and transportation.
According to the revised standards for packaging's environmental labeling, packaging must now include mandatory labels.
Hitachi's partners with new UX2 printer at FachPack 202212.09.2022
Hitachi is proud to announce that long-time partners ITW Diagraph and MFG Technik & Service will be attending this year's FachPack in Nuremberg, Germany, September 27-29, 2022.
Hitachi Europe has announced the launch of its new UX inkjet printer, which combines innovation with Hitachi's renowned reliability. The UX2 continuous inkjet printer has several new features that improve the marking process and help the manufacturing industry meet its environmental goals.
Grand open of Hitachi Origin Park11.11.2021
On November 5, Hitachi held the grand opening of Hitachi Origin Park, which serves as a venue to introduce the company's mission and founding spirit that have been passed on since Hitachi was founded along with examples of how Hitachi has helped to resolve social issues with partners around the world. Inside Hitachi will show what Hitachi Origin Park looks like and explain what we can expect from its facilities in a two-part series. Part one of this series gives a glimpse of the facilities of Hitachi Origin Park facilities.
In the run-up to COP26, Hitachi unveils the world's first zero-carbon film.11.10.2021
To commemorate Hitachi's use of innovation to build a net zero society, Sir Sam Mendes narrates the first zero carbon powered film.
Tokyo/London, 6th October, 2021 - Hitachi has set a new global record* by releasing the world's first zero-carbon film today. A total of 30 cast and crew members worked on the zero-carbon film, which was totally powered by bikers and a solar-powered generator, resulting in zero carbon emissions from energy use.
Hitachi Joins 'The Valuable 500', an International Initiative to Promote Disability Inclusion08.03.2021
TOKYO, Mar 8, 2021 - (JCN Newswire) - Hitachi, Ltd. (TSE: 6501) today announced that it has joined "The Valuable 500," an international movement to promote active participation by persons with disabilities.
"The Valuable 500" was kicked off at the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum (Davos) in January 2019. The goal of the initiative is to achieve an inclusive society by having business leaders promote the inclusion of disabled persons in business activities.
Hitachi joins UN Race to Zero campaign26.02.2021
Hitachi, Ltd. (TSE: 6501, “Hitachi”) today announces it has joined the UN Race to Zero campaign through the Business Ambition for 1.5°C and commits 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.
Hitachi has several long-term environmental targets, including striving to achieve carbon neutrality at all its business sites (factories and offices) by fiscal 2030 and to achieve an 80% reduction in CO₂ emissions across the company’s value chain by fiscal 2050, compared to fiscal 2010. The target at all business sites aligns with the Business Ambition for 1.5°C pledge.
Hitachi Becomes COP26 Principal Partner10.03.2021
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.