‘Enriching lives with quality home and lifestyle products’

Panasonic places high emphasis on helping people live their best lives through beneficial, high-quality products.

PANASONIC is committed to innovating new, sustainable technologies that create a healthier planet.

Its ultimate goal is to help people live their best lives by creating useful, high-quality products that have a positive impact on the world and its customers’ day-to-day lives.

Panasonic says it places high emphasis on enriching human well-being and helping people through its products.

This is summed up by its tagline “Create Today. Enrich Tomorrow”.

“Our long-standing mission, established by our founder, is that our corporation should contribute to society,” said Panasonic Malaysia managing director Keisuke Nishida.

“This tagline truly represents our goal to enhance the quality of lives of people around the world every day.

“We do this through our dedication in creating high-quality products that improve their personal well-being.”

Panasonic’s products enable people to live healthy lives while prioritising good hygiene.

“Malaysian families across generations have relied on Panasonic as a trusted brand to fulfil their home and lifestyle needs for more than a century,” said Nishida.

“This speaks volumes of the confidence they have in our brand and this is what fuels and inspires us to continue designing the right products and solutions that enrich people’s lives and well-being.”

In transitioning to a sustainable society, Panasonic endeavours to extend the lifespan of its products and reduce waste towards actively contributing to a healthier planet and making a meaningful impact.

Panasonic’s products are collectively aimed at ensuring the holistic well-being of its consumers, said Nishida.

Panasonic is the platinum winner in the personal, household and outdoor appliances category of the Putra Brand Awards 2023.

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