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Environment on the agenda for Panasonic

3rd March, 2019
Simon Grantham, managing director of Panasonic UK

Panasonic’s annual convention took place in Frankfurt, Germany, last month showcasing new and innovative products including its signature OLED 4K smart TV range, which doubled in size this year, voice-controlled noise-cancelling headphones and micro hi-fi home audio systems, among other products.

Two years ago Panasonic announced its Environment Vision, promising to make the ‘energy created’ exceed the ‘energy used’ in its factories through making energy-saving products, innovation of manufacturing processes and through contributing...

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