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Building on Mitsubishi Electric's tradition of technological leadership and innovation for more than 75 years, the company merged three existing automation product business units to form Mitsubishi Electric Automation, Inc. on January 1, 1997.
Under the leadership of Mr. Toshio Kawai, president and CEO, the sole mission of Mitsubishi Electric Automation, Inc, is to support the automation needs of North and Latin American customers with combined sales, marketing, service, engineering and manufacturing resources. This focused approach is being completed through a facility located in Vernon Hills, IL where all aspects of automation support can be maintained, including manufacturing, engineering, training, customer service, repair, sales and warehousing functions.
As one of many Mitsubishi automation affiliates around the world, Mitsubishi Electric Automation, Inc., is part of a $40 billion global company serving a wide variety of industrial markets with a family of automation products including programmable logic controllers, variable frequency drives, operator interfaces, motion control systems, computer numerical controls, industrial robots, servo amplifiers and motors, and industrial sewing machines. The corporate philosophy of the company includes a commitment not only to providing superior solutions and service to Mitsubishi customers, but also to contributing to the local community and creating a rewarding work environment for its employees.
Customers of Mitsubishi products can be assured of corporate customer support, as well as training at customer sites and other locations around the country, customer service representatives and technical support staff to provide troubleshooting and order processing services; easy-to-understand documentation and a library of support material to provide answers to questions, and repair service with rapid turnaround using custom, company parts. Solutions are what Mitsubishi takes seriously, no matter how difficult the job.
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Pros: MEAU has a large organization name, but operates as a small company. The small company environment makes employees feel as though their contributions make a difference in the company's success. Management supports their employees professionally and… – Full Review `
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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Vernon Hills, IL Jan 2012 – Reviewed Dec 3, 2012
Interview Details – Phone interview, in person interview followed by final interview – Full Interview