Palo Alto, Calif. – Based on its recent analysis of the micro electric drives domain (0-10kW) market, Frost & Sullivan presents Yaskawa Electric America, Inc. with the 2008 Global Frost & Sullivan Award for Customer Value Leadership. The Award recognizes Yaskawa’s relentless efforts to meet customer needs and its ability to reduce total cost of ownership for its global customers in micro electric drives.
Ever-changing customer needs drive manufacturers to bring out cost-effective solutions with enhanced product features. Increasingly, micro drives are used to aid in improving process control along with energy conservation. This in turn has augmented the business potential for micro electric drives coupled with an ardent challenge for drive manufacturers to invest significantly in their R&D.
“Yaskawa’s customer-centric technological innovations have resulted in superior product features such as programmable functions, ability to withstand rugged operational conditions, and high reliability,” says Frost & Sullivan Industry Analyst Deepthi Pamadiparthi. “The company’s relentless efforts on R&D have resulted in drives with smaller foot prints that offer superior performance capabilities for its customers.”
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