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  1. Enhancing OMO shopping and customer engagement with data solutions: Development of an Innovative Customer Preference Management System for Retail Apparel Shops

    • Corporate

    Physical Stores are Less Data-Friendly than E-Commerce Sites For OMO*1, which integrates online and offline services, creating new shopping experiences based on customer preferences is essential. In e-commerce, it is already mainstream to provide cu...

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  2. Magnetically coupled pumps: Great savings in electricity costs and greenhouse gas emissions thanks to ceramic containment shells

    • Fine Ceramic Components

    Kyocera manufactures the containment shells used in magnetic drive pumps from the ceramic material zirconium oxide FZM. Besides numerous technical advantages, ceramic containment shells enable energy-efficient operation and a consequent reduction in electricity costs and CO2 emissions.

    Unlike metallic containment shells, ceramic containment shells are not capable of being magnetized. Eddy currents that reduce performance are prevented and energy efficiency is significantly improved It is therefore possible to reduce the drive power...

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  3. The new Kyocera mill gets the very best out of seeds and superfoods

    • Kitchen Products

    The fine-ceramics manufacturer has broadened its range with a specialist seed mill, ideal for processing various types of seeds and superfoods, regardless of their hardness or oil content.

    If you want to get the greatest benefits out of your favourite superfoods, it’s best to mill or grind them before consuming them: gently breaking them down releases the nutrients. The body can absorb them more easily than the whole, unground seeds. K...

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  4. Dr. Carsten Russner elected new President of the European Technical Ceramics Federation

    • Fine Ceramic Components

    "I am honored to preside over such a dynamic and innovative industry on an international level," says a delighted Dr. Carsten Russner. "As the new president, I would like to strengthen communication within the individual sectors in Europe so that we ...

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  5. Kyocera’s New “HAPTIVITY® i” Revolutionizes Human-Machine Interface (HMI)

    • LCDs and Touch Solutions

    Kyocera's HAPTIVITY®i in comparison Technology Background Kyocera’s original HAPTIVITY® technology employs piezoelectric elements, a vibration amplification mechanism, a control circuit, and proprietary software to transmit vibration through a panel...

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  6. Kyocera selected for inclusion in Dow Jones Sustainability Asia-Pacific Index

    • Corporate

    The DJSI is an index jointly developed by S&P Dow Jones Indices LLC in the United States and Robeco Holding B.V. (“RobecoSAM”) in Switzerland in 1999. The index evaluates companies from the perspective of Environment, Social and Governance (ESG)...

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  7. 39% of businesses increased productivity with remote work during covid restrictions

    • Printers / Multifunctionals

    New report by The Economist Intelligence Unit into productivity and remote work

    While 39 per cent of survey respondents witnessed an increase in productivity in their organisations since the pandemic forced the adoption of remote work practices, 32.6 per cent reported a decline in productivity, and the remaining 28.5 per cent sa...

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  8. Never comprise on security, quality or digitisation with Kyocera’s brand new intelligent TASKalfa 7054ci/7004i series

    • Printers / Multifunctionals

    Kyocera continuously works with leadership teams to equip their organisations with the right solution to effectively manage this rapid progression of the workplace. The TASKalfa 7054ci/7004i series offers best in breed business benefits to meet the n...

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  9. Renewable energy microgrid to power Japan’s Okinoerabu Island

    • Corporate
    • Solar Electric Systems

    The microgrid will use Kyocera’s energy management system, storage batteries, solar, and wind to maintain power even during emergencies or natural disasters, and promote local economic development and reduce carbon emissions.

    Comprehensive Partnership Agreement Overview The three parties will prepare construction plans for the microgrid by March 31, 2022, which will utilize renewable power generation and storage batteries to supply power throughout Okinoerabu Island. Afte...

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  10. Kyocera presents new and innovative Fine Ceramics products as its offering to ‘New Space’ applications

    • Fine Ceramic Components

    The leading ceramic manufacturer Kyocera will display its Fine Ceramics products at the Space Tech Expo 2021, which will be held from 16th to 18th November in Bremen, Germany.

    In Bremen, Kyocera will showcase its ceramic technologies that address the ‘New Space’, a branch of aerospace industry which has piqued multitudes of new ideas and has created challenges for the existing material and supply chain industry. This field...

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  11. Kyocera publishes 2021 Corporate Sustainability Report

    • Corporate

    2021 Integrated Report presents company’s latest developments, future initiatives relating to environmental, social and governance criteria

    Published annually, the Integrated Report is intended to deepen stakeholder understanding of Kyocera’s worldwide effort to operate in ways that serve societal needs. In the 2021 edition, Tanimoto shares a mission statement the company adopted as a th...

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  12. Kyocera's neutralisation systems allow for customised solutions and easy handling when cleaning wastewater from CIP at the point of origin

    • Fine Ceramic Components

    Neutralisation systems from Kyocera ensure the efficient purification of waste water generated by "Cleaning in Place" processes, thereby guaranteeing the highest product quality and low costs.

    Simple and efficient cleaning on site Kyocera's neutralisation systems provide safe and reliable treatment of wastewater directly at the point of origin. The modular system makes this possible without the need for time-consuming dismantling of produc...

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  13. Kyocera to build two new plants for ceramic components supporting IoT and 5G

    • Corporate

    Fine ceramic components used in semiconductor manufacturing equipment The growth of Internet of Things (IoT) and 5G telecommunications services is fueling demand for semiconductors used in nearly everything from personal computers, smartphones, and ...

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  14. SEMICON Europa 2021: Advanced materials and solutions by Kyocera

    • Fine Ceramic Components

    The fine ceramics specialist Kyocera will participate in this year's SEMICON Europa 2021 in Munich, Germany. As Europe's largest trade fair focusing on electronics manufacturing, it will take place from 16 to 19 November.

    Since its foundation in 1959, Kyocera has supplied components for a wide range of markets. Through continuous research and development based on fine ceramics, the company supports industrial equipment, communication devices, medical equipment and ren...

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  15. Refinement in just one step: StarCeram® complete from Kyocera

    • Fine Ceramic Components

    These new 2D and 3D pastes are perfect for finalising restorations for customised design and glazing in just one firing. They also satisfy the highest aesthetic demands. The new pastes were presented for the first time at IDS 2021 in Cologne.

    2D and 3D technology for individual requirements The ready-to-use pastes are manufactured using a special high-tech process in which the particle size of the products is aligned with the requirements of the painting technique (2D). It is also possibl...

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  16. AVX, a US Subsidiary of KYOCERA, to Change its Name to “KYOCERA AVX Components Corporation”

    • Corporate
    • Electronic Components & Devices

    Company to expedite unification of its global sales operation

    Furthermore, the company will now use the new business brand, “KYOCERA AVX,” and unify sales organizations in the U.S. and Europe to enhance sales capabilities, as announced in April of this year.* Under the new company name, KYOCERA AVX will furthe...

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  17. Fraudulent E-Mail Activities

    • Corporate

    Dear Valued Customers and Visitors, We obtained information that fraudulent email activities are currently taking place, in which sender pretends to be a company of Kyocera Group. The sender sends e-mails to random recipients by using our company...

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  18. Kyocera’s 50 years in Europe

    • Corporate

    The Japanese technology company, known for its high-quality semiconductor ceramic packages, electronic components, fine ceramic components, and industrial tools, celebrates its 50th anniversary in Europe on September 1st 2021.

    Innovative products based on ceramic technology for many industriesToday Kyocera Europe operates a total of 26 locations in Europe, among those KYOCERA Fineceramics Ltd. in the UK. “Europe is a strategically important sales market for our technology ...

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  19. Energy Harvesting Smart Buoy collects data of marine environment

    • Corporate

    Kyocera and Nagasaki University develop “Energy Harvesting Smart Buoy” to collect Ocean Data. The new innovation combines Nagasaki University's tidal current power generation technology with Kyocera’s IoT technology.

    Energy Harvesting Smart BuoysLeft: SLTT (Small Lens-type Tidal Turbines)Right: VTT (Vertical-axis Tidal Turbines) 1. Development Background Marine pollution and climate change have become serious societal issues. To solve these issues and help crea...

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  20. Kyocera at EMO 2021: On the way to more sustainable manufacturing

    • Industrial Tools

    From October 04th - 09th, the ceramics specialist Kyocera introduces innovative cutting tool solutions in Milano, Italy.

    In view of a rapidly changing world and new challenges, Kyocera is expanding the portfolio of tools and services with an even more economic and sustainable approach. By advancing the productivity of customers, it’s possible to reduce carbon emissions...

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