Since its founding, JEOL has had "BORN GLOBAL" as our DNA since its founding.
We will strive to expand our business by using our potent global network, focusing not only on our own profits but also on contributing to society.
Extensive Coverage of Overseas Markets
JEOL now has 25 overseas sales offices in 20 countires, including the U.S.A., Europe, Oceania, and Asia to fully respond to the needs of our customers for sales and service activities.
JEOL USA, INC. is covering vast territories of North and South America. In Europe,we have local corporations in France, as well as the U.K., the Netherlands, Sweden, and Germany. Also, in BRICs regions, JEOL has set up local corporations in Singapore, Australia, Brazil, and China and provide attentive support.
Overseas Sales Ratio
Number of expatriate employees
The oversesas sales ratio exceeded 63%. Sales are increasing in both Japanese and overseas markets. The expatriate employees are 110 persons in 17 countries, supporting our daily production.
Overseas Installation Cases
JEOL's products are used by many researchers and research institutions both in Japan and overseas.
Here are some interviews with researchers who use JEOL products on a daily basis in various fields.
Super High Precision Imaging, High Spatial and Energy Resolution Spectroscopy and In situ Electron Microscopy for Materials for Tomorrow and a Sustainable Future
Professor, Department of Physics, Chalmers University of Technology Chair of Research Division, Member of the Swedish Royal Academy of Sciences, General Secretary of International Federation of Societies for Microscopy (IFSM)
The research division of Eva Olsson focuses on understanding the correlation between local structure and properties of hard and soft matter and also their correlation to fabrication parameters.
Biological Electron Microscopy; Seeking Evermore Significant Data for New Discoveries in Biological Research
Professor at King’s College London, United Kingdom
Understanding cellular and molecular structures is a principal foundation of biomedical research. Professor Roland Fleck, who is the Director of CUI (Centre for Ultrastructural Imaging) at King’s College London, dedicates himself to high resolution imaging of their structures using JEOL electron microscopes. He uses both scanning and transmission electron microscopes, e.g., JSM-7800FPRIME, JEM-F200 well as other JEOL instruments in partnership with JEOL. The centre, which is a JEOL Centre for Advanced Technology (JCAT) specializes in both room temperature and cryo electron microscopy techniques.
Recognized as the Global Niche Top (GNT) Companies Selection 100
"GNT Companies Selection 100" is to select and recognize outstanding global niche companies playing a leading role worldwide with high marketshare in a niche field.
Selected as one of the "Global Niche Top (GNT) Companies Selection 100" by the METI in 2014. JEOL was selected in "electric and electronic group" because of global conribution of our excellent technology of transmissoin electron microscope to science and technology and of high marketshare in the world.
Also, JEOL RESONANCE Inc., JEOL's subsidiary (at the time of 2020) was selected as one of the "Global Niche Top (GNT) Companies Selection 100" in 2020. The company was selected in the "electric and electronic category" for its contribution to global science and technology with its outstanding nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer (NMR) technology and steady growth in overseas sales.