Ebara entered the Chinese market in the early 90s, and ten of our group companies have been leading the market.
Now, two key people from two group companies at the heart of this talk passionately about the challenges in the Chinese market.
Chinese PR Video（Employees）
The Ebara Group is taking on a challenge in China. It is our employees who lead the roles.
We focus on the daily challenges of four employees to achieve their goals, and take a look at their challenging spirits.
Fundamentals of Volute Pump
It is a video to introduce the most popular volute pump among the pumps that are the core business of Ebara.
We explain in an easy-to-understand manner the operating principle of the pump and the role of main parts, etc.
EBARA Brand website
Stepping into the future and reaching new heights by fostering a corporate culture of competition and challenge.We introduce our brand culture and concept.
Company Introduction Video
This is an introduction video to explain, concisely with illustrations and three-dimensional models, features of the main products of our five business divisions, these products having been supporting society, industry and life for over 100 years since the establishment of EBARA Group.
This brand movie embodies the spirit of Ebara Corporation, that is, as a world-class industrial machinery manufacturer, Ebara will never be satisfied with the current situation and will continue to challenge constantly aiming for new heights.
Pump Business Presentation Video
With a century of experience Ebara pumps serve a vast range of needs. From household circulation to ultra-large drainage stations, discover how Ebara pumps are used around the world.
EBARA was introduced in TV mainly in the Southeast Asian countries by using Catch Asia! Media Network. The network provided by Japan International Broadcasting Inc.
The followings are the contents broadcasted.
We have been releasing integrated reports since 2015 explaining the Group's financial and non-financial performance to foster high-quality communication with a wide range of stakeholders.
The Hatakeyama Memorial Museum of Fine Art
Established in 1964 by Issey Hatakeyama founder of the Ebara Corporation the museum is a non-profit foundation for the purpose of preserving Chinese, Korean and Japanese art.