ABOUT MSAMitutoyo South Asia Pvt. Ltd. (MSA) was established in 1996 and is headquartered in New Delhi. The direct entry by Mitutoyo Corporation, Japan established a regional headquarter in South Asia for enhanced customer support.
Message from the Managing Director
I take this opportunity to express my gratitude to our loyal customers for their continued patronage of Mitutoyo products in India across eight decades. Since its establishment in 1934, Mitutoyo has been offering measuring tools such as micrometers and calipers, and system instrument products such as coordinate measuring instruments, form measurement instruments, and optical measuring instruments, to industries around the world under the motto of “Quality First”.
Striding ahead to meet the demands of the varying trends in the industry, Mitutoyo laid strong emphasis in the spheres of R&D, sales support, service & technical education, thus achieving the distinction of being the largest manufacturer with the widest range to cater the global market place with great reliability.
Mr. Harrish Bajaj
Managing Director, Mitutoyo South Asia
The clear and uncompromising goal to provide the best quality product and value available anywhere has driven Mitutoyo, from humble beginnings in 1934, to become the premier supplier of metrology equipment in the world.
Including development, production and sales the company operates in more than 100 countries. In Japan alone, Mitutoyo operates two development sites,10 production facilities, two metrology institutes, five calibration laboratories, seven service centres and seven M³ Solution Centers in addition to the Kawasaki headquarters and sales offices.
Internationally, the Mitutoyo Group has a major presence in almost 40 countries, maintaining more than 80 branch offices and national distributor networks, 65 M³ Solution Centers, 17 production sites, six research and development laboratories, 12 metrological institutes and 20 calibration laboratories. Additionally, there are Mitutoyo representatives in approximately 60 other countries.
This extensive worldwide infrastructure means that our customers enjoy the assurance of local support and worldwide technical advice and logistical backup to keep their vital measuring equipment in effective and profitable operation with the minimum of downtime, wherever they are. This is especially important for our multinational customers who need the same level of support for their partners and suppliers in foreign countries as they receive from Mitutoyo themselves.
Message from the President
I would like to start by thanking you wholeheartedly for using Mitutoyo products. Since its establishment in 1934, Mitutoyo has been offering measuring tools such as micrometers and calipers, and system instrument products such as coordinate measuring instruments, form measurement instruments, and optical measuring instruments, to markets around the world under the motto of “Quality First”, and the company’s products have since then been in demand and used by customers everywhere.
In recent years, we have not only pursued the development of nanotechnology but also responded to the diversifying needs of industry and cooperated in the promotion of IoT and automated technologies. With the measurement technologies we have built up over many years, we actively provide solutions to improve our customers’ productivity. Mitutoyo will continue in its role as a world-leading company devoted to the untiring pursuit of leading technologies, providing not just measuring tools but also measurement-related technologies.
Mr. Yoshiaki NumataPresident, Mitutoyo Corporation
KNOW OUR STORYThe Japanese company name Mitutoyo roughly translatable as “abundance of three elements” stands for prudence, bonhomie and strength, the attitudes so highly esteemed by the company’s founder, Mr Yehan Numata.
- These central concepts of Yehan Numata’s thinking were complemented by aspects of western philosophy that he encountered while studying business sciences in the USA. According to Yehan Numata, son of an esteemed Japanese temple priest, human beings should possess three qualities: sensibility, good-naturedness and strength. Sensibility he interpreted as the capacity for accurate observation, good-naturedness as compassion and benevolence towards your next while strength was necessary to effectively fulfil correctly identified requirements.
These three indispensable human traits were also established as basics for his business philosophy converted into readiness for innovation, general fairness and orientation towards the future - three virtues crucial for doing good as a human being and achieving success in business.
The number three, in Japanese pronounced “Mitu” or “Mitsu” is of importance in Japanese culture and religion, for example with regards to the enumeration of religious elements.
Founder of Mitutoyo Corporation
The Mitutoyo Philosophy
The Mitutoyo Corporate Philosophy is essentially the perpetual 'core values' that our organization and employees shall uphold. It unites all the Mitutoyo Companies and their employees throughout the world in a common understanding and commitment
OUR FOUNDING SPIRIT
To contribute to people’s welfare through support of the advancement of Buddhist understanding.
To see that Mitutoyo excels in its field of expertise and in its business conduct throughout the world.
OUR MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES
To contribute to the wellbeing of society through precision measurement technologies.We shall conduct our business based on the following values to:
• Provide solution engineering to support our client business development.
• Contribute globally to the advancement of industrial measurement capability.
• Cultivate healthy relationships and common prosperity with trading partners.
• Support and promote global peace, human happiness and harmony with the environment.
• Apply business practices that reflect the integrity of Mitutoyo and our world-leading brand.
• Nurture a vibrant corporate culture that inspires a passion in our personnel to do their best, to be the best.
OUR CORPORATE MOTTO
"Good environment, Good people, Good technique"
OUR GUIDING PRINCIPLES
"Sincerity, Thoughtfulness, Determined Spirit"
ETHICAL CONDUCT CODE
Mitutoyo Group Ethical Conduct Code sets forth ethical criteria of judgment and conduct that all executives and employees at Mitutoyo group must observe in every aspect of corporate activities. We at Mitutoyo group will conduct ourselves in a manner which complies with the Ethical Conduct Code and choose the ethical way without exception whenever a business decision involves a conflict between profit and ethics.
Ethical Conduct Code
Mitutoyo South Asia Pvt. Ltd., hereinafter to as MSA, Ethical Conduct Code sets forth ethical criteria of judgment and conduct that all executives and employees at MSA must observe in every aspect of corporate activities. We at MSA will conduct ourselves in a manner which complies with the Ethical Conduct Code and choose the ethical way without exception whenever a business decision involves a conflict between profit and ethics.DOWNLOAD PDF
(full copy of Ethical code of Conduct)
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Coimbatore - 641 018.
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INDUSTRIES WE CATER TO
Automotive industry, an industry that has an especially heavy dependence on production using machine tools. The need for strict quality control at each manufacturing process has meant there are more measurement sites, hence there is a need for faster throughput. Measurements must be taken immediately after parts are input to the machining line and processed.
Manufacturing a product as complex as an aircraft or space vehicle requires close attention at every step of the process for every part produced – no matter how small
Aerospace component measurement can be carried out through a wide variety of contact and non contact measurement instrument which are designed to reduce downtime and increase output, while ensuring aerospace test and measurement which is 100% reliable.
Medical device & Pharmaceutical
As measurement requirements become more precise, exceptional accuracy becomes critical because too much or too little of a substance can significantly affect the potency, effectiveness, and overall safety of a drug
Electronic and Electrical component
Autonomous driving, 5G, Internet of Things (IoT), data centres, power applications, and new high-speed digital standards are the growth engines of the electronic test and measurement (T&M) equipment. This new standards make precision measurement a critical factor for designing of products and related machinery.
Global supply chains of a Machine Tools require international measuring standards to accurately manufacture machined parts for worldwide distribution and assembly. Multiple factories can precisely machine the same parts from drawings or CAD drawing.
Heavy Engineering and Machine Tools Sector consists of Capital Goods Industry. Prominent sub-sectors of Capital Goods Industry are Machine Tools, Textile Machinery, Construction and Earth moving, Construction and Mining Machinery and other heavy industrial machinery such as Cement Machinery, Rubber Machinery, Metallurgical Machinery, Chemical and Fertilizer Machinery, Printing Machinery, Dairy Machinery, Material Handling Equipment, Oil Field Equipment, Paper Machinery etc.
Additive manufacturing (AM) technologies create three-dimensional parts from computer-aided design (CAD) models by successively adding material layer by layer until a physical part is created.While additive manufacturing technologies have been around since the 1980s, the industry went through its most striking hype cycle during the early 2010s, when promoters claimed that the technology would find broad usage in consumer applications and reorder businesses from The Home Depot to UPS.
Research and development expenditure data, in spite of their limitations, have long been the principal innovation input measure because they are available for an extended period for firms and industries. In the absence of direct output measures, these data frequently serve as a proxy for innovation output as well
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Corporate Social Responsibility
“Make in India” initiative and policy of the Government of India to encourage foreign investment in India, is likely to result in huge mismatch between the requirement and availability of skilled manpower.
In view of this focus of company’s CSR Policy would be to contribute to skill development of metrology equipment, which is essential part of any quality manufacturing activity.
Hence, focus area of company’s CSR Policy is:
- Contributions or Funds provided to technology incubators located within academic institutions which are approved by the Central Government.
Other areas identified for CSR initiative are listed below:
- Eradicating hunger, poverty and malnutrition, promoting preventive health care and sanitation and making available safe drinking water.
- Promoting education, including special education and employment enhancing vocation skills especially among children, women, elderly and the differently abled and livelihood enhancement projects.