Japan Meets Saxony
Japanese automation systems company RORZE has established a sales and service location in Dresden, the capital of the state of Saxony.
RORZE robots and systems work with semiconductor wafers and liquid crystal glass. The company holds more than 40 patents, employs over 2000 people and sells its products worldwide to buyers including Infineon.
RORZE representatives visited Germany in March to meet with the Saxony Economic Development Corporation and the Technical University of Dresden. The company plans to offer internships to TU Dresden students.
RORZE CEO Yoshiyuki Fujishiro said, “We chose Germany as a location because here we have a cluster of relevant companies in the sector, excellent research institutions and young engineers.”
(from left to right) Dr. Konrad Crämer and Prof.Dr.Johann-Wolfgang Bartha of the Technical University of Dresden, Akimitsu Fujii RORZE, and Yoshiyuki Fuhjishiro CEO of RORZE © Natascha Postel