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Sasano looking to bridge gaps in a variety of industries

Article - April 3, 2023

As a trading firm, Sasano Max is looking to provide quality service and products to its growing clientele.


“We want to offer and provide the best matching solution to our clients, and be able to supply the service at a cheaper cost in an efficient way.”

Takihei Sasano, President, Sasano Max Company Limited

With non-ferrous metal materials and products, Sasano Max has worked with many different companies across a wide range of industries since its establishment in 1947.

“Our role is to support manufacturing firms so that they can focus on elevating their product levels,” says company president Takihei Sasano.

And while the company continues to focus on the semiconductor and automotive industries, with Japan’s aging and declining population, Mr. Sasano sees great potential in the field of mobility. 

“We, as a trading firm, want to understand and predict market needs, and act as a pioneer in finding solutions by working together with institutions which carry out research and development.”

With an established presence in China, Thailand and the U.S.A., meanwhile, Sasano Max is also looking to open additional operational bases in countries such as Mexico and India.

Elsewhere, Mr. Sasano makes no secret of his desire to diversify the group’s supply chain so that it can expand its channels of procurement, with the company having been affected in recent years not only by Covid-19 but also by the increase in customs taxes levied on Chinese products by the Trump administration.

That, along with his goal to increase the percentage of processed parts and component sales to 50%, could add “unique value” to the company and ensure it is trusted and relied upon by clients for many years to come.