The U.S. subsidiary of Japan’s Niigata Machine Techno Company Ltd. spun off the injection molding side of its business into a separate company.
On March 1, the parent company of Niigata Machine Techno USA, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Niigata Machine Techno Company Ltd. of Japan, spun off the injection molding side of its business into a separate company. The newly created business — Niigata Machinery Co., Ltd. — will focus solely growing injection molding machine sales worldwide. Plastic Molding
In support of that effort, Niigata Machinery has made a multimillion dollar investment in the business, starting with the construction of a brand new state-of-the art manufacturing facility. When complete, this new facility will consolidate all aspects of Niigata’s injection molding business into a single location in Niigata City, Niigata Prefecture, Japan.
In a release, Steve Cunningham, General Manager of Niigata Machine Techno USA’s Injection Molding Division said the new plant will support a surge in interest for its MDS8000 all-electric injection molding machines, shortening lead times and allowing the company to expand into larger presses above 500 and 1000 tons.
Below is an artist’s rendering of the new manufacturing facility being built in Japan by Niigata Machinery Co., Ltd.
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