Panasonic Factory Solutions Asia Pacific (Panasonic) announced today its pilot commercial supply of locally-harvested vegetables to Japanese restaurant, Ootoya. The premium Japanese crop varieties, mini red radish; red leafy lettuce; and mizuna (potherb mustard) are cultivated in the country’s first licensed indoor vegetable farm with controlled and optimised conditions.
Panasonic Asia Pacific calls for community support in switching to energy efficient products by FY2015, aimed at achieving 8 million tons of CO2 emission reduction; promotes energy technologies and solutions towards the development of smart and sustainable cities; and targets 700,00 tones of CO2 emission reduction through green manufacturing practices.
Panasonic showcased its wireless broadcasting and studio solutions, which included the Varicam HS with variable frame rates to produce extraordinary high-definition imagery; lightweight, wireless and compact handheld camcorder; ultimate photo/vide hybrid Digital Single Lens Mirrorless camera; and high brightness portable LCD and laser projectors with angle free installation capabilities.
Honoured for its green commitments, Panasonic will continue to place people before products and focus on enriching lives around the world by offering eco and smart solutions to contribute to the society’s progress and deliver brand promise of creating ‘A Better Life, A Better World’ for customers and partners.
Thailand team’s video on a rural pig farming village’s sustainability efforts emerges top among six Asia Pacific countries.
In light of Super Typhoon Haiyan (local name Yolanda) that struck the Philippines’ central region, Panasonic Group of Companies in the Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa region will commit a total of approximately US$ 145,000 to support relief efforts. The donation, which comprises of in-kind contributions such as clothing and medicine, will be made via the Philippines government and various humanitarian organisations within the country.