The Japanese company Panasonic was established in 1918 and for decades it has been considered one of the oldest, largest and leading corporations worldwide, developing and manufacturing modern technologies, assimilated in an outstanding variety of products and solutions.
PanasonicCorp. invests every year the enormous amount of 5.5 billiard dollars supporting the R&D division.
The 15,000 active Panasonic products, produced and marketed by several divisions, are the answer for any consumer inasmuch as any business, organizational and industrial application and request.
Panasonicconsolidates joint ventures and holdings with more than 650 other independent companies and employs personnel of ca. 330,000.
The Panasonic overall annual turnover for 2007 was approx. 85 billiard dollars.
In 1996, Panasonic introduced the first Plasma TV ever and it leads ever since the Plasma TVs market with a worldwide market share of ca. 40% (yr. 2007).
The manufacturing capacity of its 6 factories is by approx. 2 millions Plasma TVs per month.
In 2006, Panasonic introduced the biggest Plasma TV in the world: 65 inch.
In 2007, Panasonic introduced the biggest Plasma TV in the world: 103 inch.
In 2008, Panasonic introduced the biggest Plasma TV in the world: 150 inch.
Panasonicis the senior partner and the formal patron of the Olympic Games since 1984.
For the first time ever, in Athens 2004, the Olympic Games were broadcasted to all TV stations in High Definition technology.
The professional equipment of Panasonic Broadcast was chosen in the last years to serve the best of Hollywood studios, as well as the broadcasting networks and national news stations in the USA.
Since its foundation, Panasonic takes care of the employees' welfare and it invests a considerable part of its revenues in the enhancement of its human resources and of the working environment.
Panasonicis one of the first companies in the world that started to use environmental friendly resources in all its factories (e.g. lead free materials) and it invests enormously in developing perishable and substitute materials for all production lines.