Nissha Technology Vision

Manufacturing value creation process

Nissha Technology Vision

Delivering ever more value to our cherished customers—this wish remains consistent since Nissha’s founding. To make this wish come true, manufacturing at Nissha starts with identifying market needs. The needs identified are then fleshed out into products and services through skillful use and application of core technologies (5 Processing Technologies and 2 Fundamental Technologies. Printing, Coating, Laminating, Molding, Cutting, Material Design and Evaluation and Mechatronics) toward creating new value.

Nissha’s 7 Core Technologies

The source of Nissha technology is core technologies, consisting of 5 Processing technologies and 2 Fundamental technologies. “Processing technologies” is a general term for techniques used to combine materials with processes and create added value. “Fundamental technologies” refers to materials- and equipment-related technologies vital to processing technologies. The competitive edge of Nissha technology hinges on fusing these processing and fundamental technologies.

Processing Technology

    Printing

Mass production of a material with the same shape and quality

   Coating

Formation of a thin membrane on paper or film

 Laminating

Formation of a material with two or more layers

   Molding

Formation of various shapes

  Cutting

Precise punching of fragile materials

Fundamental Technology

Material Design and Evaluation

Design and evaluation of materials and components optimal for processing technologies

 Mechatronics

Specialized mechanical and electrical engineering for actualizing processing technologies

Message from Nissha's Chief Technology Officer

Takao Hashimoto  Director, Member of the Board, Senior Executive Vice President, Chief Technology Officer

Takao Hashimoto Director, Member of the Board, Senior Executive Vice President, Chief Technology Officer

Nissha is a printing company—this holds true only to the extent that the Nissha product portfolio centers on product lines carrying over our founding business of printing and created from applied printing technologies.
Nissha technology today extends beyond “Printing technologies” covering ultrafine wire patterning to “Coating technologies” such as deposition, “Laminating technologies” such as pasting and transferring, “Molding technologies” such as injection molding and forming, and “Cutting technologies” that make precise punching possible.
While these core technologies may be recognized as applied printing technologies, we believe it is more appropriate to group them under the broader concept of "Processing technologies".
Processing technologies is our general term for techniques used to combine materials with processes and create an element of added value. It differs from assembly, which is simply fitting together components. By expanding the scope of materials and methods used, Nissha has evolved from a printer into a manufacturing company with processing technologies. We believe that by further enriching our core technologies, we can continue to drive Nissha’s growth into the future.

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