In my previous post I looked at the growth drivers or otherwise at the top 5 largest Japanese companies in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) – Yazaki, Sumitomo Electric Industries, NTT Data, Fujitsu and Canon. Overall employee …Read More
Although Japanese business people tend to think of Germany as being a fellow “monozukuri” (manufacturing/craftsmanship) country, there are actually proportionally fewer (28%) Japanese companies which are manufacturing in Germany than there are in the UK (36%).*
Of course this has …Read More
|Brexitwatch Top 30 Japanese employers in UK October 4th 2018|
|Company||UK employees 2017-8*||2015-18 developments|
|1||Fujitsu||9,326||The Register reports (20 Sep 2018) rumour that moving back to country based model rather than matrix to be announced Oct|
We’ve been tracking the 30 biggest Japanese employers in the UK for over 3 years now, so it seems a good moment as Brexit draws nearer to see what changes they have made over the past three years, explicitly or …Read More
The 30 largest Japanese companies in the UK employed over 80,000 people in the UK in 2016, a 7% increase on 2015. Less than a third of the annual results are in for 2017 but it seems this growth is …Read More
Le quatorze juillet seems a good moment to announce our new Top 30 Japanese companies in France.
The total number of employees covered by the 30 largest Japanese employers in France is 35,000 – lower than the totals employed by …Read More
Fujitsu continues to be the largest Japanese employer in the UK despite recent restructuring. We’ve added Sumitomo Rubber to the list, following its recent acquisition of UK tyre wholesaler and retailer Micheldever. Along with Kwik Fit, another UK …Read More
The bankruptcy of Takata and acquisition of its assets and operations by a Chinese owned US based company Key Safety Systems is not perhaps the most auspicious moment to announce our new Top 30 Japanese employers in Germany – where …Read More
We’ve revised our Top 30 Japanese employers in Europe, Middle East & Africa (EMEA) again, this time to include Toyota Tsusho (in at #12) and Toyota Boshoku (in at #29), bumping NYK and Suntory out of the rankings.
The 30 …Read More
Toshiba has finally published its 2016 CSR report – somewhat low key and apologetic – as you might imagine given its recent troubles. It confirms that the total number of employees globally has shrunk by over 5%, with employee numbers …Read More