The Toshiba Corporation is a US$73B global technology company led by Mr. Norio Sasaki who joined the Toshiba Corporation in 1972 in the Nuclear Power Systems and Services Division. Throughout its history, Toshiba's commitment to technological and environmental innovations has distinguished the corporation from its competitors. The Toshiba Group's corporate philosophy "Committed to People, Committed to the Future" emphasizes respect for people, creation of new value, and contribution to society.
Toshiba of Canada Limited is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Toshiba Corporation. The Canadian team is well established as a $770 million Financial Post 500 company with more than 400 employees and 40 years of Canadian operations.
Toshiba of Canada Limited is a leading manufacturer and distributor of mobile computer systems, home entertainment products, including high-definition televisions, DVD players and Blu-ray players, office products, including black and white digital copiers, full colour capable devices, fax/MFP's, business telecommunication solutions and medical diagnostic imaging equipment.
Our Markham head office includes a research and development centre, product demonstration rooms, training classrooms, computerized warehouse and distribution facilities, and technical customer support teams. We employ a substantial workforce across the country, with regional offices in Vancouver, Calgary and Montreal.
Toshiba is a world leading technology innovator and registers nearly 11,000 patent applications annually. Toshiba's $4 billion annual investment in research and development has led to the innovations behind the notebook computer, DVD players and the Cell Broadband Engine, a next-generation processor for the emerging broadband era.
Toshiba views environmental protection as a top priority and embraces its global responsibility by taking careful steps to minimize the environmental impact of its products and services. The key features of Toshiba's progressive environmental approach include recycling, product design, green procurement and regulatory compliance. In 2007 the Environmental Vision 2050 was introduced with the aim to reduce emissions of carbon dioxide by the equivalent of 117.7 million tons per year by 2025 and raise our overall eco-efficiency tenfold by 2050 compared to 2000.