Usui Kokusai Sangyo Kaisha, Ltd.

Company Profile

■URL

http://www.usui.co.jp/

■Address

131-2 Nagasawa, Shimizu-cho, Sunto-gun, Shizuoka-ken 411-8610, Japan

Business Overview

-The Company primarily manufactures and sells small-size metal tubes for use as automotive components in passenger vehicles, buses, and trucks, etc.

-It also manufactures tubes for electric products, but more than 90% of production is for automotive components.

Products

Single walled steel tubings
Double walled steel tubings
Surface treatment
High-pressure fuel injection tubes
High-pressure fuel tubes for gasoline direct injection engine
UFRID fuel rails
BreFin TUBE
UL-FLEX TUBE
UHPC Fuel coolers
High-pressure hydrogen tubes for fuel cell
EGR tubes
AHI (After treatment Hydrocarbon Injection) tube
Plastic cooling fans
Fan drives
Remote control fan drive systems
Multi-pipe heat exchangers
Push rods
Magnetic couplings
U-TIGHTSEAL

History

Feb. 1941 Established as the Usui Seikin Kiki Kenkyusho (Research Facility).
1945 Changed name of Company to current name of USUI Kokusai Sangyo Co., Ltd.
1949 With the successful development of fuel injection tubes for diesel engines, the Company obtained a patent for a practical new design, and entered the automotive field.
1956 Moved its headquarters to the current site. (131-2 Nagasawa, Shimizu-cho, Sunto-gun, Shizuoka Prefecture)
1959 Started the construction of a double-walled steel-tubing plant.
1963 Started manufacturing plastic fans.
1965 Concluded a technical assistance agreement with Schweitzer Corporation (U.S.A.) on technologies dealing with Fan Drive(R).
1966 Completed construction of its Izunagaoka Plant and launched full-scale production of Fan Drives(R).
1968 Developed Hicolin Tube(R) and started mass production of this product.
1973 Completed construction of Ohito Plant and increased the production of Hicolin Tube (R).
1976 Concluded a technological partnership agreement with Cefilac of France.
1982 Concluded a technical partnership agreement with Kaman Science Corporation (U.S.A.) on technologies dealing with K-ramic ceramic.
1986 Concluded a technical corporation with Behr of Germany on technologies dealing with metal carrier.
1987 Established USUI International Corp. in U.S.A.
1990 Established R&D center for plastic fans in the U.S.A.
1991 Launched operations of USUI International Corp.'s Virginia Plant.
1992 Concluded a technical corporation with Emitec of Germany on technologies dealing with metal carriers/catalysts
1994 Launched operations of USUI International Corp.'s Ohio Plant.
1998 Obtained QS9000 certification at its high-pressure pipe plant and functional product (i.e. push rods) plant. It also obtained ISO14001 certifications at its Nagasawa Nishi Plant.
2000 Established USUI International Corp. (Thailand) Ltd.
2001 Established USUI EU Central Office.
2003 Opened its Shanghai Office.
2003 Established USUI International France S.A.S. and USUI International Germany GmbH.
2004 Established and started operations at USUI Automotive Parts (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. in Shanghai, China.
Established USUI International Korea Co., Ltd., a liaison office in Seoul, Korea.
2005 The Kyowa Plant No. 2. of the High-Pressure Tube Production Division was completed.
Established USUI Automotive Parts (Foshan) Co., Ltd. in Foshan, China; and Shanghai USUI Engine Parts Co., Ltd. in Shanghai, China.
2007 Established USUI International Korea Co., Ltd. in Seoul, Korea.
Shanghai USUI Engine Parts Co., Ltd. started operating.
2009 Started operating at Gotemba No.2 Plant.
2010 Established USUI International Automotive Parts India Private Limited in India.
2012 Established PT. USUI International Indonesia in Indonesia.
Established USUI International Manufacturing Mexico, S.A. de C.V. in Mexico.
2013 Established USUI pipe system (Hefei) Co., Ltd. in China.
Established USUI SUSIRA International Private Limited in India.
2014 Established Jiaxing USUI Tsurumi Precision Tube Industry Co.,Ltd. in Jiaxing, Zhejiang, China.

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