Omron - electric machinery sector

Omron has achieved sustainable growth while navigating the uncertainties of China-US trade relations and regional manufacturing transformation.

Headquartered in Japan, Omron provides industrial automation and electronic components to a range of industries from healthcare to energy efficiency.

In this video testimonial COO of Omron Industrial Automation, Zuojiang Zhu, explains how we have supported Omron’s sustainable and rapid growth in the region for more than 10 years. He highlights the difficulties in navigating specific risks and challenges including China-US trade tensions, the impact of manufacturing transformation in the region, and other internal and external factors that can have a negative impact on cash flow and account receivables.


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