About Keyence

KEYENCE has steadily grown since 1974 to become an innovative leader in the development and manufacturing of industrial automation and inspection equipment worldwide. Our products consist of code readers, laser markers, machine vision systems, measuring systems, microscopes, sensors, and static eliminators.

Our innovative products not only meet current needs but also future customer requirements in the manufacturing and R&D sectors. We strive to anticipate the market’s future goals to provide tomorrow’s solution today.

At KEYENCE, we pride ourselves not only on our products, but on our support as well. Our customers benefit from working directly with our highly knowledgeable sales engineers who can help them solve applications and answer technical product questions quickly.

Our business results are a direct result of the relentless focus on our business philosophies, and our success is recognised throughout the business world. KEYENCE has been continuously ranked in prominent company rankings such as “The World’s Most Innovative Companies” (Forbes), and we are among the top 5 companies in Japan based on market capitalisation as of Mar 2020.

Today, KEYENCE serves over 250,000 customers in 110 countries around the world, where our name stands for innovation and excellence.

Facts about Keyence
  • Focus : Manufacturer
  • Employees: 1001-5,000
  • Industry : Production technology

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