ProfileHere you can find the basics about Yamaha Fine Technologies, including our company history and organization.
|Name||Yamaha Fine Technologies Co., Ltd.|
|Address||283 Aoya-Cho, Minami-ku Hamamatsu, Shizuoka 435-8568, Japan.|
|Established||February 14, 1987|
|Start of operations||April 1, 1987|
|Capital||100 million yen (wholly-owned subsidiary of the Yamaha Corporation)|
|Yearly sales||10.69 billion yen (projected figure for the fiscal year ending March 2016)|
|Business fields||Automotive Component Division
Handles the sales and manufacturing of automotive interior components.
Handles the design, manufacturing, and sales of precision machinery, leak tester, finishing robot systems, and specialized machinery.
|Number of employees||350 (projected figure for the fiscal year ending March 2016)|
|Banks of account||Shizuoka Bank and Mizuho Bank|
Phone: +81-53-467-3600／Fax: +81-53-467-3613
Automotive Component Division
Phone: +81-53-461-6115／Fax: +81-53-461-6776
Phone: +81-53-467-3601／Fax: +81-53-467-3613
|1987||Separated from the Yamaha Corporation Production Engineering Die Division and established as YSK.|
|1989||Entered into the field of plastic molding (transferred from the Yamaha Corporation Injection Molding Division).|
|1993||Entered into the field of mechatronics (transferred from the Yamaha Corporation Specialized Machinery Division).|
|1997||Relocated from the Yamaha Corporation Nishiyama Factory to the present Tenryu Factory.
Entered into the field of magnesium alloy molding.
|2000||Entered into the field of factory automation (transferred from the Yamaha Corporation FA Division and combined with the Yamaha Fine Technologies Mechatronics Division).|
|2002||Established a business alliance between the FA Finishing Robot System Division and FANUC Ltd.|
|2007||Entered into the field of automotive components (transferred from the Yamaha Corporation Automotive Component Division).|
|2010||Withdrawn from the field of magnesium molded parts and the field of Die.|
- By car, go south on the access road from the Tomei Hamamatsu interchange, go straight at the intersection with R152 to take National Highway 1, turn right at the next signal (Nagatsuru intersection) after passing the JR Tokaido Line tracks, then go straight for about ten minutes.
- About twelve minutes by taxi from JR Hamamatsu Station
About five minutes from JR Tenryugawa Station
- About 20 minutes on foot from JR Tenryugawa Station
- Inside the Yamaha Tenryugawa Plant