Hirose Electric Singapore offering unmatched services in South East Asia

Producing high-performance electrical products since 1937, Hirose Electric Co., Ltd. in Japan, has been providing its services in the South Asian and South East Asian regions through its fully owned subsidiary in Singapore, Hirose Electric Singapore Pte. Ltd., which serves as the company’s regional sales and marketing headquarters.

Recognizing the importance of the growing market in South East Asia, Hirose first entered the market in 1995 – with a branch office in Singapore. The operation has since grown to include offices in Thailand, Malaysia, also including 3 offices (Delhi, Bengaluru, Pune) in India for South Asia.

“We also have two Hirose Electric group factories in our region located in Malaysia and Indonesia, allowing us to collaborate with the factories and expand our services to our customers across South East Asia and South Asia,” said Katsunori Takizawa, Managing Director of the company.

As one of the leading manufacturers of electrical connectors, not only is Hirose Electric a key player in the consumer electronics and industrial industries, but it is also increasing its share in the growing automotive sectors.

“It is exciting that more automotive customers have established their research and development centres in South East Asia and India. The opportunities to introduce our cutting-edge products are increasing.”

Hirose Electric Singapore offers an advanced and dedicated line of connectors for factory automation solutions that are used in many applications in a multitude of industries.

“Obviously, more customers are looking into factory automation in our region throughout all industries.” stated Takizawa.

“Supporting factory automation by supplying innovative products to our customers will ultimately improve customers’ productivity and provide cost savings.”

As part of its growth strategy, Hirose Electric Singapore is looking further into the South East Asian and Indian markets for more opportunities in the future.

“We believe South East Asia and India have great potential for demand creation, and these are the places where we would like to focus on for continued growth,” concluded Takizawa.


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