Shamir Optical Industry has created a new presence in the Japanese market, forming a business partnership with, Paris Miki, Japan’s biggest optics chain which has an annual sales turnover of approximately half a billion Australian dollars.
Headquartered in Israel and ranked among the world’s five leading companies in the field of optics, Shamir manufactures lenses based on “advanced technologies including Artificial Intelligence”.
The company will manufacture lenses for Paris Miki from a newly established InoTime laboratory in Tokyo. This will allow customers to receive a new pair of glasses, personally customised to them, within one day, as opposed to the usual waiting time of a week. So far, Shamir has established eight InoTime laboratories around the world, with two in Portugal, and one in each of New Zealand, Singapore, Italy, France, Canada, and now Japan.
Yagen Moshe, CEO Shamir Optical Industry, said, “This is an historic moment for Shamir, and a very exciting moment for me personally. We have officially inaugurated Shamir Japan and were chosen by Paris Miki – Japan’s leading optics company – as their preferred business partner. We intend to continue being a leader in the field with Israeli technology throughout the world.”
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From left to right: Masahiro Sawada, CEO Paris Miki; Yagen Moshe, CEO Shamir Optical Industry.
Photograph supplied by Shamir Optical Industry.