TDK honored its best distribution partners in Europe by presenting them – for the eighth time – with the TDK European Distribution Award 2020. The gold award in the “High-Service Distributors” category went to Mouser Electronics.
The plant at Johor Bahru in Malaysia is now using solar power generated on-site for production purposes. To do so, the factory installed a rooftop photovoltaic (PV) system that outputs about 640 megawatt-hours of electricity per year – roughly 8 percent of its annual requirement.
TDK Electronics has halved its CO2 emissions compared to 2015. This is being helped by the fact that sites in Asia are increasingly turning to electricity from renewable sources.
With electricity from 100 percent renewable energies and a rooftop photovoltaic system, the TDK Electronics site in Málaga has significantly reduced its CO2 emissions.
The TDK Electronics plant in Deutschlandsberg/Austria will in future use solar power generated on site to fuel its production. By September 2021, a photovoltaic system will be installed on the roof of the warehouse and dispatch building.
The TDK plant in Hongqi, China, has moved to a much bigger site whose many improvements will make it more competitive.
In China, TDK Electronics has won for the first time HVAC system producer Hisense-Hitachi’s Excellent Supplier Award. Critical factors clinching the award were reliable delivery during the coronavirus pandemic and outstanding technical support for the customer-specific products.
For 50 years the TDK plant at Deutschlandsberg has launched a continuous stream of innovations. Today, it is established as a development and production hub in the TDK Group. It is known for its competency in electroceramics, robotics and Industry 4.0.
In China, a Denso joint venture recently gave TDK Electronics an award for the high quality of the temperature sensors and services it supplies.
TDK recently honored its best distribution partners in Europe by presenting them – for the seventh time – with the TDK European Distribution Award 2019. For the first time, the Gold Award in the category “International Volume Distributors” went to Rutronik Electronics.
TDK Corporation announces that it has recently joined the Responsible Business Alliance (headquartered in Virginia, U.S.A.; hereinafter “RBA”), the world’s largest industry coalition dedicated to corporate social responsibility in global supply chains.
TDK Corporation announced that it has been selected as one of the Derwent 2020 Top 100 Global Innovators by Clarivate Analytics. The news marks the sixth time TDK has been named to the prestigious list, at a time where the company continues to grow and push innovation within digital transformation (DX) and energy transformation (EX).
TDK won the AspenCore World Electronics Achievement Award (WEAA) in the category of High Performance Passive Components for CeraPlas™. With this award, the trade media publisher recognizes companies whose innovations and product developments have made special contributions to the electronics industry.
TDK’s Hongqi plant in China recently won a national award as a green factory as part of the country’s Made in China 2025 initiative. The prize was presented by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology in recognition of successful activities to save energy and protect the environment.
TDK's Zhuhai FTZ (Free Trade Zone) facility in China recently celebrated its 20th anniversary and is well positioned for the future. Over the past five years in particular, both sales and productivity have again been sharply increased, and the plant has made great strides in the areas of digitalization and environmental protection.
More electricity from renewable sources, fewer CO2 emissions, greater energy efficiency: TDK Electronics has made major strides in recent years in its efforts to protect the climate.
TDK Europe has once again honored its best distribution partners for TDK and EPCOS components. The TDK European Distribution Award 2018 was presented in the three categories of high-service distribution, international volume distribution and local distribution.
TDK Corporation announces that its subsidiary TDK Electronics has signed a cooperation agreement with Boréas Technologies Inc., developer of ultra-low-power haptic technologies, in order to accelerate the adoption of piezo haptic solutions in a broad range of applications.
TDK Corporation announces that its subsidiary TDK Electronics has signed a co-marketing agreement with Immersion Corporation, the world’s leading developer and licensor of touch feedback technology, for the design and marketing of cutting-edge touch response solutions that utilize TDK PowerHap™ piezo actuators with haptic feedback.
TDK Corporation won Austria’s VERENA award for innovation in the areas of energy, smart grids or e-mobility. The special award was given to TDK at the Austrian Innovation Prize ceremonies that are hosted by the country’s Ministry for Digital and Economic Affairs.