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Tsuchiya Kogyo ready to tackle markets with innovative technologies

Article - March 19, 2024

From automotive and home appliances to theme parks, innovative printing and molding company Tsuchiya Kogyo is bringing its unique technologies to new markets.


Tsuchiya Kogyo uses a broad spectrum of techniques to convert concepts into tangible products, such as durable decals, molded parts and emblems for a wide variety of applications, including the automotive industry, home appliances, railways, and theme parks.

The company also uses printing, injection molding, and vacuum-forming technologies to manufacture products requiring precision, such as industrial parts. Most notably, Tsuchiya Kogyo is in the process of creating a lightweight plate that can be applied in the automobile industry, especially for the interior of EVs. This transparent light guide plate has the ability to switch between different display patterns depending on the entry direction of light. The company is also developing a durable and light-weight replacement for chrome plating using insert molding.

Tsuchiya Kogyo’s multi-industry know-how has enabled it to expand internationally, and it now has two additional factories in the Philippines, allowing it to export more easily to the U.S. The company is actively seeking overseas partners not only in the U.S., but also in Europe, India, and Vietnam.

“Recently, we have started to diversify into Japanese pop culture projects,” says president Toshihiro Tsuchiya . “We, as a manufacturer, strive to develop products that meet constantly changing market needs, including environmental issues.”