Yazaki Europe Limited joins CharIN e.V.

Yazaki was founded in Japan in 1929 and has since been a family-owned company. Today it is a market leader in the area of automotive wiring harness systems and supplies all major OEMs with innovative solutions.

More than 290 000 committed and highly motivated employees working at 487 locations in 45 countries contribute to Yazaki’s global success.

 

We combine all key technologies to offer modern and customized solutions in the areas of wiring systems, components, electronics, instrumentation and especially in high voltage. Special attention is always paid to a reasonable balance between our customers’ needs and environmental responsibility. By using state-of-the-art technology, Yazaki connects its customers with the future – worldwide.

 

As a member of the CharIN association we will actively contribute to a faster evolution of the electromobility in Europe.

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