Eaton’s history started in 1911, when it was established by Joseph Eaton and since then has been continuously operating on the market for over 100 years.
Eaton Electric is a leader and renowned producer of the highest quality industrial automatics, signal, connecting, protective, instalatory systems and systems of dividing low-voltage power.
Today, Eaton corporation is an enterprise working in power management, specializing in electronic components and safe electric power systems; hydraulic components; systems and services for industrial and compact devices; fuel systems; hydraulics and pneumatics for commercial and military planes; drive systems for cars and trucks.
Eaton operates in many different industrial sectors, such as: electronics, hydraulics, aviation and aerospace, automotive.
Company’s mission is to first of all increase the quality of life and natural environment through exploitation of technologies and energy management services. They are incredibly involved in the pro environmental activities and development of the industry in a direction of protecting the planet and human health, thus they continuously create and distribute new technologies and solutions for: planes and widely understood aviation, medical sector, factories, data processing centers, vehicles, and power grids.
The company has decided to set sustainability targets to accomplish till 2030 - reducing the carbon emissions from our operations by half, lowering product and supply chain emissions, certifying all manufacturing sites as zero waste to landfill, and achieving carbon neutral operations. Eaton is especially aware of the global issues of pollution and environmental crisis, that is why they have developed greenhouse gas reduction targets that are consistent with the requirements set by Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) - the United Nations division for assessing science related to climate change issues.
Eaton company also received numerous important certificates, such as ISO 9001. Additionally, they operate in compliance with the conflict minerals directive - policy of ensuring that the products do not incorporate conflict minerals, like tin, tantalum, tungsten and gold, sourced from entities that potentially finance conflicts in the Democratic Republic of Congo or neighbouring countries and regions.