Snapshot with TYPO3

" Creating “New Eyes for Industry” that assure a sense of excitement, trust and security "

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International
Industry
Optics
Lenses
Magazine
Service
Snapshot with TYPO3
Headquarter
Japan
Employees
5.8K(2015)
Turnover
3B(2006)

Summary

With its firm commitment to developing high-quality, innovative and technologically advanced products that satisfy customer needs, Tamron secures its leading position in the global optical industry.

Their primary objective is to sustain strong corporate growth based on a high level of customer satisfaction achieved by providing superior products at the right price.

Using TYPO3, the products are displayed in a very informative manner. Using TYPO3, the products are displayed in a very informative manner.

Corporate philosophy

Our mission is to develop products that offer you extensive creative and technical possibilities.

With its firm commitment to developing high-quality, innovative and technologically advanced products that satisfy customer needs, Tamron secures its leading position in the global optical industry.

Our primary objective is to sustain strong corporate growth based on a high level of customer satisfaction achieved by providing superior products at the right price, thus also contributing to the prosperity of our shareholders and employees.

Cologne Site

Tamron Europe GmbH has had its company headquarters in the cathedral city of Cologne for many years. The hub of Tamron"s European business is performed just eyeshot away from the Fühlinger lake in northern Cologne. The spheres of activity include sales, export, marketing, service and distribution performed by apx. 40 employees.

Cologne is ideal for an internationally operating enterprise such as Tamron. Apart from the close-by international airports of Cologne-Bonn and Düsseldorf and the Japanese community in nearby Dusseldorf, it is here where the leading photographic trade fair photokina takes place every two years.

Cologne is home and a favorite photo subject at the same time: the cathedral and the Hohenzollern Bridge are often used as a photographic subject for advertising.

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