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Furukawa Group[edit]

What is the Furukawa Group and what is FANUC LTD's relationship to it.

"Furukawa Group currently has sixty-three member corporations that constitute Furukawa Sansuikai, a voluntary organization. Led by ten executive companies, Furukawa Sansuikai promotes close cooperation within the Group and encourages continued improvement in the performance of corporate activities." --http://www.furukawa.co.jp/english/kaisya/pdf/e014.pdf

Another document http://furukawa.co.jp/zaimu/financial/annual/2006ar_1.pdf seems to indicate these companies were spun off of Furukawa company:

  • 1921 Jointly established Fuji Electric Co., Ltd. with Siemens AG
  • 1935 Fuji Electric spun off into Fujitsu Ltd.
  • 1972 Fujitsu spun off into Fujitsu FANUC Ltd.

If someone can explain the "It is part of the Furukawa Group" line, that would be helpful. --Ishi Gustaedr (talk) 04:43, 7 June 2008 (UTC)

FANUC Robotics vs. FANUC LTD?[edit]

Looks like this wiki was originally about FANUC Robotics, but was modified on 16 Nov 2007 to be an article about FANUC LTD, with just a section about FANUC Robotics. Should there be a second page created for FANUC, or should this page be moved to FANUC instead of FANUC Robotics? —Preceding unsigned comment added by 199.5.150.66 (talk) 19:51, 12 November 2008 (UTC)

disclosures[edit]

In 2010, Fanuc took advantage of the TSE’s revised disclosure rules.

We decided not to give out more information than we are obliged to,

said Keisuke Fujii.

doesn't seem irrelevant to me.Accotink2 talk 03:28, 23 October 2010 (UTC)

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