July 22, 2022
Production of Interior and Exterior Products Begins at Toyoda Gosei Group Miyagi Ohira Plant
Kiyosu, Japan, July 22, 2022: Toyoda Gosei Co., Ltd. Group company Toyoda Gosei East Japan Co., Ltd. has begun production of large plastic automotive parts at its Miyagi Ohira Plant in July 2022.
The Miyagi Ohira Plant will produce front grilles and other plastic painted products close to its customer, Toyota Motor East Japan, Inc. These products were previously supplied from other regions in Japan, and nearby production will improve competitiveness.
Toyoda Gosei already produces airbags, weatherstrips and other products in the East Japan, or the Tohoku region, where the Miyagi Ohira Plant is located. Tohoku is the Toyota Motor Group’s third automobile production region in Japan, after Chubu and Kyushu. With the operation of its own plant for interior and exterior products in this area, Toyoda Gosei will strengthen its production network for major products and support manufacturing in Tohoku, where Toyota Motor produces compact cars for the world.
The Miyagi Ohira Plant is a smart factory that pursues efficient and environmentally-friendly manufacturing; the plant features large, energy-efficient electric molding machines, highly efficient painting lines, collaborative robots, automatic guided vehicles (AGVs), an IoT system for central management of production lines, and solar power facilities.
Outline of Miyagi Ohira Plant
|Location||2-10-2 Matsunodaira, Ohiramura,
Kurokawa-gun, Miyagi, Japan
|Area||Land: Approx. 34,000m2
Building: Approx. 8,300m2
|Products||Interiors and exteriors
(radiator grilles etc.)
|Employees||39 (at the start of operation)|
Outline of Toyoda Gosei East Japan
|Name||Toyoda Gosei East Japan Co., Ltd.|
|Locations||Miyagi Kurihara Plant: 3-3 Takashimizuosawa, Kurihara, Miyagi, Japan|
|Iwate Plant: 1-1 Nishinemoriyama, Kanegasakicho, Isawa-gun, Iwate, Japan|
|Capital||JPY 1.6 billion|
|Employees||192 (as of May 31, 2022)|
|Sales||Approx. JPY 3.7 billion (FY2021)|
Production sites in the Tohoku region