As the world’s leading manufacturer of precision-measuring equipment, Mitutoyo Taiwan Co., Ltd. plays a vital role in global industry.

The company established a distribution network in Taiwan a half-century ago as the island began its journey toward becoming a world leader in electronics and high-technology manufacturing. Mitutoyo Taiwan was established in 1987 and continues to set the industry-standard for products and services.

Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen’s five-pillar industries strategy, which incorporates smart-machinery and biotechnology, is designed to transform key industrial sectors. As new opportunities arise in both industry and academia, Mitutoyo Taiwan is in a strong position to further strengthen its business in Taiwan.

“Companies and research teams in critical industries need to place their trust in the highest-quality precision measuring equipment,” said Tomoo Tanaka, chairman and general manager of Mitutoyo Taiwan.

“Just as our customers place their faith in our products, it is our responsibility to repay that trust by ensuring they have access to the latest Mitutoyo solutions and services.”

Before and after-sales services are the backbone of Mitutoyo’s success in Taiwan. With over 10 distributors and three showrooms across the country, existing and new customers have direct access to Mitutoyo products and services.

The recently renewed M3 Solution Center in Taipei provides customers with access to the latest Mitutoyo equipment, services and customized solutions.

“We are proud of our contribution to Taiwan’s industrial and economic development and involvement in the advanced, scientific research taking place here,” concluded Tanaka.

“Taiwan’s economy is well-positioned to face global, economic challenges and as a Japanese company active in Taiwan, we understand the importance of strengthening our partnerships here. We will ensure Mitutoyo Taiwan continues to support existing customers while establishing new business ties with small, medium and large enterprises as they drive Taiwan’s vibrant economy.”