Fukui Murata Manufacturing to Establish New Ceramic Capacitor R&D CenterNovember 17, 2023 | Murata
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Fukui Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd. (Echizen City, Fukui Prefecture), a manufacturing subsidiary of Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd., will establish a new research and development base “Ceramic Capacitor R&D Center” near Echizen-Takefu Station in Fukui Prefecture. Construction will commence in November 2023 with the inauguration planned for April 2026.
The establishment of the Ceramic Capacitor R&D Center aims to improve the technological capabilities in the development and manufacture of ceramic capacitors, Murata Manufacturing’s core business. By creating a cutting-edge environment dedicated to research and development, Murata aims to facilitate higher-level R&D activities and nurture engineers. The center will also collaborate with other company sites and partner companies, with the aim of strengthening Murata’s capabilities in monozukuri (manufacturing) across the entire production process from product development to mass production.
Going forward, Murata will continue to drive advancements in its technological capabilities in order to provide innovative products and technologies to society and contribute to further growth in the electronics market.
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