GENMA – global leader in solder wires
GENMA is one of the internationally leading producers of solder pastes and the global leader in solder wires. As a consumables specialist, GENMA supplies the electronics industry with solder paste, solder wire and bar solder from a single source. Our technical expertise, reliability, and flexibility in production and service make us a strong partner world-wide.
In 40 countries, GENMA is the synonym for quality and reliability. We develop soldering materials for tomorrow’s market requirements, always in close cooperation with our customers. As the leaders of this technology, we support our customers and partners comprehensively in all issues of soldering technology – and have been doing so for more than 60 years.
More than 300 motivated employees world-wide assure GENMA’s success. GENMA’s headquarters are located in Osaka, Japan. Our global production sites ensure short distances and the direct availability of our products at the local markets.
GENMA – innovation and technology
GENMA relies on technology and innovation. We exclusively produce at our own facilities. This is the basis for our know-how, our flexibility, and our customer focus.
With our high level of vertical integration, we determine our level of quality, from material to finished product, from flux through metal alloy to powder. Our modern laboratory facilitates the development of new products and allow analyses in case of soldering problems. This creates potential for innovations and helps to meet customer-specific requirements.
GENMA – sustainability and environment
The principle of sustainability and the careful and sensible dealing with the environment are the basis of all GENMA activities. We are aware of the scarcity of our resources and of our accountability to the future generations.
GENMA complies with all relevant environmental laws, including the applicable provisions in each country in which GENMA operates. Compliance with applicable EU directives such as RoHS and REACH are a matter of course for us. We don’t use raw materials from conflict regions – so-called conflict materials.