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Yokogawa China: Bridging China and Japan

“Clients have high expectations of Yokogawa and we are proud to play an important role within China,” said Kazuhiko Takeoka, Yokogawa’s chief executive for ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations), Pacific, China and Korea, and president and CEO of Yokogawa China Co. Established in Japan in 1915, Yokogawa is one of the world’s leading industrial automation companies delivering measurement, control and information solutions. Since 1957, Yokogawa China has delivered solutions to customers across China’s industrial sector.

NTT: Supporting clients on their digital journey

As part of the NTT Group, Japan’s largest telecommunications company, NTT Communications China was established in 2004. Headquartered in Shanghai, the company has 12 offices — from Beijing in the north to Guangzhou in the south — and serves customers in over 100 cities in China.

EY China: Transformation and cooperation

“The global business landscape is changing and companies are responding to the shifts we are seeing,” explained Shinichi Takahashi, partner, Japan Business Services at Ernst & Young Hua Ming LLP. Japanese companies in China that are active in manufacturing, technology, new energy and e-commerce are transforming their operations, processes and digital solutions with the help of “EY China” (the EY member firms in the China region).

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