Domestic Locations

Headquarters / Main Plant
500 Oaza Masuda, Kuwana City, Mie Prefecture, 511-8558
TEL: 0594-24-5050, FAX: 0594-21-9394
Main business : Design and manufacture of molds and press dies
Start of operation : 1961
Number of employees : 220 (including Toin Plant 2)
Building area : 6,079m2 Site area : 16,304m2
Second Toin Plant
1110 Roppano-Shinden, Toin Town, Inabe County, Mie Prefecture, 511-0242
TEL: 0594-86-0001, FAX: 0594-86-0022
Main business : Assembly of specialized machines
Start of operation : 2008
Building area : 2,815m2Site area : 8,262m2
Toin Plant
36 Aza Higashi-Kawahara, Oaza Tsukushi, Toin Town, Inabe County, Mie Prefecture, 511-0253
TEL: 0594-76-0661, FAX: 0594-76-0668
Main business : Design and manufacture of molds and press dies
Start of operation : 1991 Number of employees : 60
Building area : 3,614m2 Site area : 7,904m2
Hokusei Plant
237 Hokuseicho Otsuji Shinden, Inabe City, Mie Prefecture, 511-0425
TEL: 0594-72-6111, FAX: 0594-72-6115
Main business : Precision parts processing
Start of operation : 1982 Number of employees : 70
Building area : 5,540m2 Site area : 16,862m2

Overseas Locations

China, Tianjin
  • Trade nameTianjin Fuso Machine Works Ltd.
  • EstablishedOctober 20, 2003
  • AddressNo.2 Workshop of Dida Industrial Park.
    No.39 Yijing Road,
    Dongli Development Area,Tianjin
    TEL: (86) 22-24998277,
    FAX (86) 22-24998276
  • Capital2,000,000 RMB
    (wholly owned by Fuso Machine Works)
  • PresidentGaku Hattori
  • General ManagerHideki Ikeda
  • Number of employees23 (3 from Fuso Japan)
  1. Company history

    Fuso China was established in 2003, and began operating with 5 employees (1 from Fuso Japan) in 2004. In December 2008, Fuso China obtained ISO14000 certification. Fuso China has actively been investing in newer technologies with including 5 2D CAD stations in 2009 and 2010, and 3D CAD in 2014, and continuing to further improve our capabilities. In 2013.

  2. Main business partners

    Denso (Guangzhou Nansha) Co., Ltd. (DMNS), Tianjin Denso Electronics Co., Ltd. (TDE), Tianjin Denso Engine Electrical Products Co., Ltd. (TDS), Denso (Tianjin) Thermal Products Co., Ltd. (DMTT), DENSO FA Shanghai Co., Ltd. (DNFS), Guangzhou DENSO Co., Ltd. (DMGZ), FAW Toyota Motor Co., Ltd. (FTMC), FAW Toyota Motor Co., Ltd. New Energy Vehicle Branch (FTEV), FAW Toyota Motor (Chengdu) Co., Ltd. (FTCC), Changchun Fengyue Branch (FTCF), Toyota Tsusho M&E (Tianjin) Co., Ltd. (TTMEC)

  3. Connection with Fuso Japan

    To serve the needs of the Chinese market, Fuso China is supported by Fuso Japan which functions as a technical center and parent company to all Fuso branches. The know-how and corporate resources developed by Fuso are being utilized efficiently on a company-wide basis.

  4. Business development

    Fuso China will increase local purchasing and technical capabilities so that operations that currently need support from Fuso Japan can eventually be completed 100% locally.

  5. Future vision

    Fuso China aims to become one of China’s most streamlined automation manufacturers by focusing on purchasing locally, improving staff abilities, and expanding our business partner network. We are committed to enhancing the production capacity of Fuso China and increasing our customers’ production volume in China.

United States, Kentucky
  • Trade nameFUSO U.S.A., INC.
  • EstablishedOctober 28, 2003
  • Address1712 Jaggie Fox Way, Lexington, KY 40511
    TEL: (1) 859-373-0206,
    FAX: (1) 859-373-0207
  • Capital$200,000
    (wholly owned by Fuso Machine Works)
  • PresidentGaku Hattori
  • General ManagerTeruo Mizutani
  • Number of employees8 (4 from Fuso Japan)
  1. Company history

    Fuso USA was established in 2003, and began offering engineering services. Initially there was a staff of five, including three staff members from Fuso Japan. Currently there are four experts in mechanical design, electrical engineering, and production engineering working at Fuso USA to assist meeting our customer’s needs. Fuso USA can support the full machine building process from the initial project specification meetings through design, assembly, adjustments, and installation.

  2. Main business partners

    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) DENSO Manufacturing North Carolina, Inc.(DMNC) Michigan 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) TBDN Tennessee Company (TBDN)

  3. Connection with Fuso Japan

    Fuso USA is supported by Fuso Japan which functions as a technical center and parent company. Depending on the scale of a North American project, Fuso USA can coordinate business between two countries (US and Japan) if needed. Fuso Japan can assist with large-scale projects by helping with part manufacturing and subassembly. Business information can be shared among the Fuso network which promotes optimal manufacturing.

  4. Development of new businesses

    Currently, Fuso USA is working with Fuso Japan’s die production department to expand into the mold and die industry. Also, by utilizing the network developed in North America through modification and maintenance work conducted on our customers’ machines, the US office is now fulfilling machine part orders.

  5. Future vision

    With increasing customers in Mexico and Canada, the target is to continue to transfer Japanese manufacturing techniques and know-how to Fuso USA employees. Simultaneously, continue to meet and exceed our customer expectations by completing machines at the high Fuso quality standard.