Mitutoyo Advertisement Billboard in The Asia Pacific region

 In General

Have you seen our advertisement billboards around during your vacation or business trip?

They are scattered across the Asia Pacific region, at various Airports and Highways!

Mitutoyo is now running an advertisement campaign that builds on our new slogan – “To be made is to be measured”!

Mitutoyo Asia Pacific has been a well-established group in the region for more than 40 years, and we specialize in measuring instruments and metrological technology. Our commitment is to provide our customers with high-quality products, excellent service and a plethora of measurement solutions.

Since the establishment of Mitutoyo Corporation, our parent company, in 1934, Mitutoyo has been offering measuring tools, such as micrometers and calipers, and system instrument products, such as coordinate, form, and optical measuring instruments, to markets around the world under the motto and commitment of “Quality First”. Today, Mitutoyo has become a world-leading brand in the field of metrology and our products are in use internationally in various fields and industries.

In recent years, Mitutoyo has not only pursued the development of nanotechnology, but also responded to the diversifying needs of the industry and cooperated in the promotion of Internet of Things (IoT) and automated technologies. With an accumulation of measurement technologies built up over many years, we actively provide solutions to improve our customers’ productivity.

Mitutoyo will continue striving to be a world-leading company, devoted to the untiring pursuit of leading technologies, providing not just measuring tools but also measurement-related technologies.

We continue to look forward to your guidance and support as we work.

Changi Airport T2 Taxi Stand, Singapore

Pasir Gudang, Johor, Malaysia

Overhead Bridge, Kuala Lumpur Subang Interchange, Malaysia

Freeway Jakarta, Cikampek, Indonesia

Noi Bai Airport,Hanoi,

Beside Airport Highway, Bangkok, Thailand

Ninoy Aquino Int. Airport T3, Manila, Philippines