Kyocera's global operations include a diverse range of products: advanced materials, components, devices, equipment, networks and services. We practice the "Customer-First" Principle to create new value through total customer satisfaction in price, quality, service and delivery.
Today, a global standard is required, for the true overall strength of the corporate group to be heeded. While strengthening links with each group company, Kyocera has proceeded with business expansion in pursuit of a synergistic effect. Always aiming for strategic business expansion in areas such as components and devices, consumer products and service networks. In the future, we will continue to create valuable businesses suited to a globalized world.
Kyocera aims to be at the forefront in the highly innovative communications field. Kyocera provides a wide range of products such as CDMA handsets, which provide clear voice quality and high-speed data transmission, as well as PHS handsets. Kyocera also provides "iBurst™" — a Wireless Broadband Internet Access System. The Kyocera Group is a unique enterprise, unprecedented in the world, that consistently handles every aspect of the communications field from materials, components for mobile phones, PHS, services and networks.
For the current multi-media and network age, Kyocera supplies key devices for information equipment including image sensors, thermal printheads, LED printheads and photoreceptor drums. The Ecosys printers have received certification in many countries such as the Japanese Ecomark and German Blue Angel, as a groundbreaking product that does not require drum cartridge replacement or disposal, and delivers both economic efficiency and consideration for the environment.
Kyocera utilizes the outstanding heat resistance, heat-shock-resistance, abrasion-resistance, and sub-micron unit precision machining properties of fine ceramics to expand application to areas including all types of industrial machinery, electronics, optical communications, medicine and daily necessities. With the development of new manufacturing processes and materials, fine ceramics with their infinite hidden possibilities, will no doubt continue to be developed in the future in further markets.