SMC is synonymous with industrial automation solutions, earning global recognition for its use of the most advanced technologies in manufacturing. The company’s commitment to employing innovative technologies that prioritize energy efficiency and environmental conservation has allowed SMC to capture 30% of the global market and an impressive 65% market share in Japan. SMC’s comprehensive range of products spans from basic pneumatic tasks to complex industrial automation solutions.

All-encompassing Automation Solutions

With a portfolio of 12,000 products and over 700,000 variations, SMC ensures solutions for every industry. The product range covers virtually every step in the automation process: electric drives, directional control valves, devices for proper air preparation, connecting components and tubes, components for vacuum creation, fluid control equipment, sensors and switches, temperature control products, and all safety solutions related to the installation of these products.

Servicing Diverse Industries

SMC’s extensive product lineup and services cater to various industries, including automotive, battery manufacturing, electronics, food, robotics, mining, and packaging. The company guarantees continuous support, the highest energy-saving standards, and environmental protection in line with the evolving needs of its clients.

SMC Clients

From small organizations to large international corporations, SMC’s high-tech solutions, quality products, and long-lasting components cater to a broad client base. SMC’s products are designed for large industrial companies seeking efficient, quiet, economical, and environmentally friendly solutions. Similarly, smaller businesses, especially those in the medical and life sciences sectors requiring individualized solutions, find SMC’s offerings equally vital.

SMC Innovations

SMC is at the forefront of smart manufacturing, helping clients enhance process efficiency by integrating the advantages of industrial communication solutions with a deeper understanding and analysis of their needs. In modern manufacturing, interconnected devices can be remotely controlled, linked through sensors or communication technologies, and large volumes of data can be processed and analyzed more straightforwardly than ever before.