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Japan’s Transmission Belt Production Rises 2% Year-on-Year for 2017

The Japan Belting Manufacturers Association recently released statistics showing Japan’s domestic production of transmission belts to have increased 2 percent year-on-year for 2017, reaching a total of 11,985 tons. While automotive demand stalled, demand for general industrial applications was solid. Increased demand was seen for applications such as semiconductor manufacturing equipment, injection molding machines, machine tools and industrial robots. Looking...

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Gates Unitta Asia Forecasts Full-Year Rise in Revenue and Profit Driven by China and Japan

Gates Unitta Asia Co. VP Shuji Miyamoto expects his firm to end this fiscal year with increases in both revenue and profit. Speaking to Japan Rubber Weekly, Miyamoto said that China and Japan were the main drivers of this growth during the first half of this year, and no significant slackening is anticipated for the second half. Looking at the...

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Gates Unitta Asia Generates Strong Sales in Several Sectors

Gates Unitta Asia Co. has been seeing strong sales figures in a number of sectors, including the domestic market for general-purpose industrial belts. In addition to the positive performance of its mainstay products related to semiconductor production equipment, solid sales of products for liquid crystal displays (LCDs) also are driving overall revenue. A representative from Gates Unitta Asia says that...

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Production of Cars Using Gates Unitta Asia’s Timing Belt-in-Oil Systems Now Underway in China

Production of automobiles using timing belt-in-oil systems from Gates Unitta Asia Co. is now underway in China. As the company started supplying timing the systems only from beginning of this year, volumes are not that large yet, said Vice President Shuji Miyamoto of Gates Unitta Asia. However, from next year onward the company expects sales volumes of automobiles with timing belt-in-oil...

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