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Revolutionizing Japanese manufacturing with leading technology and unparalleled service

Article - October 31, 2023

Combining forward-thinking solutions, strong networking capabilities, and comprehensive support, Aichi Sangyo stands out by offering a holistic approach to advancing industries


“We import cutting-edge technology from around the world, and develop, design, manufacture, and sell our products.”

Inoue Hirotaka, President, Aichi Sangyo Co., Ltd.

A leading industrial solution provider for metal processing industries in Japan, Aichi Sangyo was first established in 1927 and will soon celebrate a century in business.

In recent times the company, which, according to company president Inoue Hirotaka, can meet the demands of the whole domestic market, has made a series of investments through partnerships in three new fields: additive manufacturing, EV related technologies, and artificial interagence.

The aim, Mr. Hirotaka states, is “to act as a bridge and introduce overseas companies with high potential for growth to the Japanese market,” a transition which can be challenging owing to language and cultural boundaries.

“By providing comprehensive services to overseas companies who want to enter the Japanese domestic market,” he continues, “we are giving them a higher chance of success in their endeavor.”

The company has been actively seeking new partners in metal additive manufacturing and software.

Looking to the future, Aichi Sangyo will be focusing on the field of robotics, and on developing communication between robots and humans.

Helping Japanese SMEs achieve sustainable growth is also high on Mr. Hirotaka’s list of priorities. “The growth of Japanese SMEs,” he concludes, “depends on whether they can generate high additive value in manufacturing; and whether they can uncover high-profit margin products. We want to be available to support them in achieving both these things.”