To inspire the next generation of manufacturers, DENSO is celebrating Manufacturing Day today and throughout the month with a variety of programs and events at our locations across North America.
Our 70-year history is rooted in crafting advanced automotive components and systems for almost every vehicle make and model on the road. Today, DENSO is at the forefront of automated and data-rich manufacturing, or Industry 4.0, and provides tech-forward training for our associates to learn new skills and advance their careers.
To addresses common misperceptions and the stigma around manufacturing, DENSO is excited to host student tours at our Maryville facility; review manufacturing-themed essays from students in Athens, Tennessee, and Osceola, Arkansas; and visit colleges and universities in Michigan, Mexico and North Carolina to showcase the rewarding careers possible in the field of manufacturing. For more details on these community events and programs, read our press release here.
“Too often, there is a stigma around manufacturing, but the fact is this – manufacturing is changing the world,” said Shinichi Nakamizo, executive officer of DENSO Corporation and North American Manufacturing, and president of DENSO’s Maryville, Tennessee, facility. “Manufacturing allows us to keep pace with the new demands of mobility. It creates an environment in which our employees can learn new skills and excel. And it allows us to build a collaborative, diverse and inclusive workforce that is helping revolutionize transportation and move society forward.”Tags: Manufacturing