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Yokogawa Meters & Instruments to change name

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Yokogawa Meters & Instruments Corp. is to change its name to Yokogawa Test & Measurement Corp. on 1 October 2017.

Yokogawa Meters & Instruments Corp. notes that in recent years there has been a rising need for the highly precise measuring instruments required to develop energy efficient equipment for a more sustainable society. Also, as IoT continues to make inroads throughout industry, there is a need to develop measurement solutions for this field.

By steadily improving the high precision measurement technologies that Yokogawa has cultivated over the past 100 plus years, Yokogawa Test & Measurement Corp. will be able to provide high value-added measurement solutions for the power, optical communications, and plant maintenance markets.

Although the company’s panel analog meter (panel meter) was terminated in March 2016, the company will continue to help its customers through the development of innovative new technologies and by working to improve the safety and efficiency of their facilities.

Yokogawa Test & Measurement Corp. will continue to play the core role in the Yokogawa Group’s measurement business as it partners with its customers to provide solutions that meet emerging needs.

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