Established in 2003, the company began operating in 2004 upon receiving business permission with 5 staff members including 1 Japanese. ISO14000 certification was attained in December 2008. The plant facility was greatly expanded to include 5 units of 2D CAD in 2009 and 2010, and a 3D spatial coordinate measuring system VMC5246C in 2012. Business agreement was entered into with Denso Service Station (DICH) in 2013. The company endeavors to expand its business further.
Denso (Guangzhou Nansha) Co., Ltd. (DMNS)
Denso (Tianjin) Thermal Products Co., Ltd. (DMTT)
Tianjin Denso Air-Conditioner Co., Ltd. (TDA)
Tianjin Denso Engine Electrical Products Co., Ltd. (TDS)
Tianjin Denso Electronics Co., Ltd. (TDE)
Tianjin FAW Toyota Motor Co., Ltd. (TFTM)
Guangzhou Toyota Motor Co., Ltd. (GTMC)
Tianjin Toyota Boshoku Automotive Parts Co., Ltd. (TTB)
Tianjin Fengtong Automobile Equipment Co., Ltd. (TAE)
Tangshan Aisin Chemical Co., Ltd.
To serve the customer needs in the Chinese market, Tianjin Fuso is supported by Fuso Japan which functions as the technical center and mother plant of all Fuso bases. The know-how and corporate resources developed by Fuso are being utilized efficiently on a company-wide optimal basis.
For the operations currently supported by Fuso Japan, we will strengthen the local procurement and technical capabilities such that eventually they will be companies operating with 100% local resources in China.
We aim to become one of China’s most automated / streamlined manufacturers by focusing on local procurement, improving local staff competence and expanding the local partner network, with a view to enhancing the production capacity of Tianjin Fuso and increasing our customers’ production volumes in China.
Established in 2003, the company initially began offering engineering services with a staff of five, consisting of two local and three assigned Japanese employees. Today, we dispatch experts in design, completion and electrical engineering to satisfy the diversified needs of our customers. The company offers localized services in North America ranging from specification selection through to design, manufacture and installation.
DENSO Manufacturing Michigan, Inc. (DMMI)
DENSO Mexico S.A. de C.V. (DNMX)
DENSO Manufacturing Tennessee, Inc. (DMTN)
DENSO Manufacturing Canada, Inc. (DMCN)
DENSO Manufacturing Athens Tennessee, Inc.（DMAT)
Michgan Automotive Compressor, Inc. (MACI)
TOYOTA Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky, Inc. (TMMK)
TOYOTA Motor Manufacturing, Canada, Inc. (TMMC)
TOYOTA Motor Manufacturing, Indiana, Inc. (TMMI)
Honda of America Mfg.,Inc.Anna Engine Plant (AEP)
ASMO North Carolina, Inc. (ANC)
ASMO Greenville of North Carolina, Inc. (GNC)
TBDN Tennessee Company (TBDN)
Fuso U.S.A. is supported by Fuso Japan which functions as the technical center and mother plant to provide excelling technology and experience cultivated in the Japanese market. Fuso U.S.A. is able to take our customers needs’ in North America into our business between two countries. Large-scale projects are submitted to Fuso Japan for manufacture of the ordered products. The business information is shared among all Fuso network for promoting optimal manufacturing activities drawing on the effects of synergy.
Currently, we are working on projects in the die production department in addition to specialized machines. Utilizing the network developed in North America through modification and maintenance work conducted on our customers’ existing facilities, we are now supplying optimal production plant facility parts to their customers.
Along with the accelerated overseas deployment of various customers, we will establish the position of Fuso U.S.A. as a local manufacturer by transferring the Japanese manufacturing know-how to our U.S. branch. We will continue to live up to our customersʼ requirements by offering machines and services at the Fuso quality level.
The company was established in March 2015, and the plant was completed in July the same year. Business operations began in 2016 with four Japanese members including technical engineers. Since trade with the local corporations of Denso and Asmo began that year, the company has been endeavoring to offer services at higher technical levels.
PT.DENSO INDONESIA (DNIA)
PT.Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indonesia (TMMIN)
PT.ASMO INDONESIA (AINE)
PT.TOYOTA BOSHOKU INDONESIA (TBINA)
PT.Uni-Charm Indonesia (UCI)
PT.JTEKT INDONESIA (JID)
PT.Murakami Delloyd Indonesia (MDI)
PT.Yachiyo Trimitra Indonesia (YTI)
PT.GS ELECTECH INDONESIA (GSEI)
Orders are received on an all-Fuso basis while Fuso Japan provides technical support for designing the BF43 line for Asmo and adhesive application machines for Denso. We try our best to address issues involving workloads and costs due to the international economic situation by upgrading our local technical capabilities.
While increasing the orders from our existing customers and expanding our business scope in the industry, we are also keenly searching for new customers and projects outside the automotive industry. Going beyond the assembly and inspection machines, we proactively make business proposals in line with what is needed locally in Indonesia in order to gain more Fuso customers.
We will establish a manufacturing system so that PT. Fuso is capable of supplying the machines that Indonesian companies are currently importing from Japan or other countries. We will implement a 4- or 5-year plan aimed at increasing the number of local staff to enhance our business capacity. We also work on receiving orders for production lines in cooperation between Fuso Japan and PT. Fuso.