Panasonic Corporation consists of various business domain companies, from AV to home appliances, to industrial solutions and other consumer electronic products. Each company has its distinct R&D, production, and sales functions that satisfy specific consumer needs worldwide.
Appliances Company is involved in the development, manufacture of consumer electronics, air-conditioners, cold chain such as showcases, devices such as compressors and fuel cells, and bicycle related products.
Eco Solutions Company is involved in the development, manufacture, sales of products such as lamps, lighting fixtures, solar photovoltaic systems, wiring devices, water-related products, air purifiers, ventilation and air-conditioning equipment, interior furnishing materials, and nursing-care-related products.
AVC Networks Company is involved in the development, manufacture and sales of products such as PCs, aircraft in-flight entertainment systems, digital cameras, projectors, surveillance cameras, mobile phones, fixed phones and faxes, and social infrastructure systems equipment.
Automotive & Industrial Systems Company is involved in the development, manufacture and sales of automotive products, energy products, industrial devices and factory solutions.
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