Shimadzu Scientific Instruments is one of the largest suppliers of analytical instrumentation and environmental monitoring systems in the world. Our products include Gas Chromatographs, Liquid Chromatographs, Mass Spectrometers, Total Organic Carbon Analyzers, Uv-Vis Spectrometers, Universal Testing Machines, Fluorescence, Atomic Absorption, IR and Scanning Densitometers. In 1975, SSI Corporate Headquarters was established in Columbia, Maryland and we currently have ten regional offices coast to coast.
Corporate Mission Statement:
Shimadzu Scientific Instruments will be recognized as the leader of Analytical Measurement while providing for a better quality of life.
Quality People: Our most important asset. Involvement, teamwork, a commitment to excellence and fairness are the values that govern our work.
Quality Products: Our products must always satisfy the needs of our customers through innovative design and unsurpassed reliability.
Quality Service: Our commitment to customer support is essential for customer satisfaction.
Shimadzu Scientific Instruments believes that each employee contributes directly to the growth and success of the organization and, therefore, is continuously on the search for extraordinary talent.
EEO/AA Obligations: Shimadzu Scientific Instruments is an equal opportunity employer and federal contractor or subcontractor. As applicable, the parties agree that they shall abide by the requirements of 41 CFR Section 60-1.4(a); 41 CFR Section 60-300.5(a); 41 CFR Section 60-741.5(a); and 29 CFR Part 471, Appendix A to Subpart A with respect to affirmative action program and posting requirements, and that these requirements are incorporated herein. These regulations require that covered prime contractors and subcontractors ensure nondiscrimination and take affirmative action in employment to employ and advance qualified individuals without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religious creed, national origin, physical or mental disability, and protected Veteran status. These regulations also prohibit covered contractors from taking adverse action against applicants or employees because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their or their co-worker’s compensation information in certain situations.