Established in 1950, the Tsuchiya Global Group manufactures and distributes multiple product lines including automotive graphics, labels, industrial tapes, ceramics, resins, adhesives, automotive chemicals, electronics, textiles, and magnets. Led by President and CEO Yasuyuki Ohara in Nagoya City, Japan, Tsuschiya employs 2,500 workers at its 23 companies that are located in 32 cities around the globe. Its manufacturing and trade locations include Japan, China, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, the Czech Republic, United States, Canada, and Mexico. Tsuchiya’s customers include Toyota Motor, Aisin, Daihatsu Motor, Brother, Hino Motors, Mitsubishi Motors, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Sanyo Electric, NEC, Kyocera, Ricoh, Fuji Xerox, Sony, Seiko, and Epson.
TASUS Corporation is led by President and CEO Melanie Walker. While many automotive manufacturing companies were stunned by the global recession, TASUS’s manufacturing and trade locations in Bloomington, Indiana; Georgetown, Texas; Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; and Florence, Alabama, have enjoyed an astounding five-year sales growth of 128 %.