June 26, 2017 9:35 AM ET


Company Overview of Panasonic Ecology Systems Co., Ltd.

Company Overview

Panasonic Ecology Systems Co., Ltd. manufactures and sells environmental systems business equipments. The company manufactures catalyst-coated diesel particulate filter that decomposes particulate matter contained in diesel engine exhaust gas. The company manufactures air purifier, dehumidifier, humidifier, ceiling fan, electric fan, Ventilating Fan, bathroom ventilator-dryer, Rangehood, air to air heat exchange unit, air moving equipment, and cooling units for mobile phone radio base stations. The company was formerly known as Matsushita Ecology Systems Co., Ltd. and changed its name to Panasonic Ecology Systems Co., Ltd. in October 2008. The company was founded in 1909 and is based in Kasu...

4017, Shimonakata


Kasugai-city,  486-8522


Founded in 1909

4,095 Employees


81 56 881 1768


81 56 881 1524

Key Executives for Panasonic Ecology Systems Co., Ltd.

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Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Panasonic Ecology Systems Co., Ltd. Key Developments

Panasonic Ecology Systems Co., Ltd. Establishes New Plant in Suzhou, China

Panasonic Corporation has set up a new plant in Suzhou, China, through its subsidiary, Panasonic Ecology Systems Co., Ltd., to produce a new type of catalyst-coated diesel particulate filter that decomposes particulate matter contained in diesel engine exhaust gas. As diesel emissions regulations have become increasingly stringent, particularly in Japan, the US and Europe, Panasonic is expanding its automotive catalyst business for cleaning diesel exhaust. The new plant in Suzhou, slated for operation in December, will produce the innovative filters for its customers, including a new customer in the engine manufacturing sector in China. Panasonic Ecology Systems developed a new catalyst to coat diesel particulate filters (DPF) that clean diesel exhaust gas in 2010. The new catalyst compound does not use platinum and is energy efficient as it can decompose particulate matter at a lower temperature than typical catalysts. Panasonic's filters will be adopted by existing diesel vehicles and non-road diesel machinery, for which regulations will be strengthened in the future. To quickly respond to the demand, the Suzhou plant will use the powdered catalyst made at Ecology Systems' plant in Kasugai City, central Japan, to coat a DPF base material for the production of the filters.

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