DENSO in US/Canada
DENSO in US/Canada
In North America, we have a far reach. Headquartered just outside of Detroit in Southfield, Michigan, we employ more than 27,000 engineers, researchers and skilled workers across 49 sites throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico. In the U.S alone, we employ more than 17,500 employees across 41 sites in 14 states and the District of Columbia.
At DENSO, we are committed to advancing diversity and inclusion inside the company and beyond – a principle that brings unique perspectives together, bolsters innovation and pushes DENSO forward. This is engrained in our DENSO Spirit philosophy.
We are always looking for talented individuals to be part of the DENSO team. If you’re looking to work for a global Fortune 500 company, or you simply like to work with your hands - join us , and craft not only how the world moves, but also your career.
Sustainability activities in North America
Sustainability is at the heart of who we are. In North America, we’re committed to the communities where we’re privileged to operate – and demonstrate this by giving back to our communities and embracing an environmentally friendly approach.
We have a long history of supporting the communities with charitable donations and volunteer hours where employees can donate time to their favorite charitable organization. In fact, we’re proud to share, we’ve given $47+ million in charitable contributions and 87,000+ in volunteer hours since 2001. Focus areas include K-12 education, workforce and skills development, road safety and community needs. More details can be found at DENSO’s North American Foundation website, our Corporate Citizenship Activities website, and our global Corporate Social Responsibility website.
Across North America, we’ve also implemented projects that promote and encourage our local sites and employees to operate in more environmentally friendly ways. Projects include ecoParks, native and low-water plantings, changes to be more energy efficient and waste management improvements. These projects strongly align with our commitment to our Environmental policy we call Eco Vision, and to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.