SANYO Commerical Solutions


Company Name: SANYO Commerical Solutions


Founded: 1947

Annual Revenue: 322,242 milion yen


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Symbol: SANYY

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Company Overview

SANYO Commercial Solutions headquartered in Bensenville, IL is the commercial division of the global SANYO Electric, Co. in Osaka, Japan. Known worldwide as a leader in electronics and energy efficiency, SANYO's is commited to the Think Gaia, Think Green concept in product development. “Think GAIA” is a threefold approach, consisting of action on the environmental, energy, and lifestyle fronts. In each of these fields, SANYO redefines conventional ideas and takes a radically new perspective, taking advantage of our unique technological resources to propose global solutions for Life and the Earth.


Proudly celebrating 25 years of experience in the U.S., SANYO HVAC Solutions is recognized as a leader in air conditioning technology. Our focus on efficiency and reliability demonstrates our commitment to our customers and our planet. By delivering more multi-zone options, space-saving designs and environmental friendship, our solutions become human solutions. When you think about a building as a living space, everyone involved lives better. From design to installation to operation, we build life for the living inside.


SANYO Biomedical is a global leader in the development of laboratory equipment for pharmaceutical, life science and biotechnology applications. Product lines include space-efficient V.I.P.™ ultra-low temperature freezers, cryogenic freezers, pharmacy and medical refrigerators, cell culture incubators and autoclaves. SANYO biomedical products offer tangible benefits - from performance and reliability to ergonomics and convenience -that no other manufacturer can provide.

Food Solutions

From store to home freezer, SANYO’s proprietary cornerstone evaporator and patented secondary air curtain allow for a more stable temperature control and longer shelf life, while lowering the energy needs of the customer. Preserving freshness is not a benefit, it’s a requirement.