CALSONIC KANSEI – A GLOBAL AUTOMOTIVE COMPANY, INSPIRED TO BE WORLD LEADING IN INNOVATION AND MONOZUKRI WHILE CONTRIBUTING TO A SUSTAINABLE SOCIETY
Calsonic Kansei Europe is a supplier of heat exchange, air conditioning, exhaust, interior, and electronic automotive components. Headquartered in the UK, with operations spread throughout Europe in Spain, Romania, Russia, France and Germany, Calsonic Kansei Europe is positioned to meet the key needs of our European customers.
A subsidiary of the Calsonic Kansei Corporation, (a global automotive group with its headquarters in Japan), Calsonic Kansei Europe is part of a network including Japan, China, Thailand, India, US, Mexico and Brazil. Harnessing the global diversity of the Calsonic Kansei group, Calsonic Kansei Europe is able to utilise this global network to draw upon the expertise and best practice in other regions and to provide global delivery solutions to our customers.
We have a passion for innovation and we are committed to achieving product excellence. Focused around our key driving themes of Safety, Environment and Comfort, our aim is to develop products that are on the cutting edge of technology with competitive price, quality and performance. We strive to add value to our customers business by developing products that will enhance the end consumer’s experience of their vehicle. As a socially responsible company we are also committed to bringing innovative eco technologies to the market.
We are committed to lean manufacturing and the elimination of waste throughout our production process. But our emphasis on efficiency and the elimination of waste is not just limited to our production processes. Embracing the Japanese heritage of our company, Calsonic Kansei encourages a Monozukuri* mind-set to seek continuous improvement throughout the entire product process; from the initial product design through to our production and delivery.
Our commitment to efficiency means that we can deliver cost competitive products to our customers.
* “Monozukuri”: the entire art and science of making things. Taken from the Japanese words “mono” (thing) and “zukuri “(the process of making).