Terumo Corporation (TSE: 4543) today announced the creation of the company’s global Group Music in conjunction with Terumo’s 100th anniversary in 2021.
The composition is based on the concept "Let's respect the past, dream for the future, and open new doors together." The track is composed by Mr. Akira Senju, a highly regarded Japanese composer and recipient of numerous awards and honors.
Mr. Senju's 35th anniversary album which was released on October 21 includes 'TOGETHER', one of the Terumo Group Music. Portraying Terumo's pursuit to be together with society, the Group Music will be shared all over the world.
"Since our establishment in 1921, Terumo has proudly fostered a unique culture of excellence over the years," said Takayoshi Mimura, Chairman of the Board, Terumo Corporation. "By making great progress for another 100 years, we will continue to strive for our Group Mission - Contributing to Society through Healthcare. The music we reveal today will guide us on our journey."
Terumo (TSE:4543) is a global leader in medical technology and has been committed to "Contributing to Society through Healthcare" for nearly 100 years. Based in Tokyo and operating globally, Terumo employs more than 25,000 associates worldwide to provide innovative medical solutions in more than 160 countries and regions. The company started as a Japanese thermometer manufacturer, and has been supporting healthcare ever since. Now, its extensive business portfolio ranges from vascular intervention and cardio-surgical solutions, blood transfusion and cell therapy technology, to medical products essential for daily clinical practice. Terumo will further strive to be of value to patients, medical professionals, and society at large.
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