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Hiroshima Kasei Director Talks Overseas Expansion, Future Plans

Hiroshima Kasei Ltd.’s overseas production operations are thriving. Recently Japan Rubber Weekly sat down with Tomohiro Tamura, director of Hiroshima Kasei’s Industrial Materials Division, to discuss the company’s current state and overseas business expansion. When asked about Hiroshima Kasei’s current state of business, Tamura said that the company is focused on developing products based on the key concepts of safety...

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Hiroshima Kasei to Manufacture Automotive Sealants in Indonesia

Hiroshima Kasei Ltd. held a ceremony on March 7 to celebrate the completion of an automobile sealant factory in Bandung, Indonesia. The 60 or so guests in attendance included company president Koichi Nishi and other top executives, along with customers and local government officials. The company established local subsidiary PT Hiroshima Kasei Indonesia in March 2016 in response to Japanese...

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Hiroshima Kasei to Build Automotive Seals Plant in Indonesia

Hiroshima Kasei Ltd. is moving ahead with the construction of a factory to make vehicle seals in Bandung, Indonesia. The decision is in response to Japanese vehicle manufacturers operating plants outside Japan. The venture in Indonesia will be the first time the company will directly manufacture vehicle seals outside Japan. The company has until now indirectly supplied vehicle manufacturing plants...

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Japan’s Rubber Unions Scale Back Spring Offensive Wage Demands

The Japanese Rubber Workers Union Confederation (JRWUC) has largely completed its spring labor offensive, and unions have submitted wage demands at most large rubber manufacturers. According to the JRWUC, 45 out of 58 unions have submitted their wage demands, and despite discrepancies between sectors such as tires, automobile parts, and industrial goods, wage increase demands are trending downward from the...

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