Notice Regarding Shutdown of Nissha Subsidiary Factory

June 30, 2016

Nissha Printing Co.,Ltd.

Nissha Group company Nitec Industries, Inc. (hereinafter “Nitec Industries”) has decided to shut down one of its production bases, the Tsu Factory, as of June 30, 2016.
The Nitec Industries Tsu Factory went online in April 2010 as a mass-production site of the Nissha Group’s Industrial Materials business. With changes in demand for its main product line, molded plastic parts used in products such as notebook PCs, however, functions will be integrated into the Koka Factory toward building a more streamlined production system.
Nissha Printing Co., Ltd. plans to convert the site into a production base of its Devices business with the aim of starting operations in the first quarter of the fiscal year ending on March 31, 2018. Details will be provided in due course.
The impact of the factory shutdown on Nissha’s consolidated business results is expected to be minor.

Outline of Nitec Industries

Name Nitec Industries, Inc.
Head office location 3-24-1 Namikawa, Oi-cho, Kameoka-shi, Kyoto
Representative Toshiaki Eguchi, Representative Director
Scope of business Production of decorative film (IMD foil, general transfer foil, etc.)
Capital 12 million yen (wholly owned subsidiary of Nissha Printing Co., Ltd.)
Established December 22, 1999

Outline of Nitec Industries Tsu Factory

Location 2-1-2 Anotsudai, Tsu-shi, Mie
Site area 60,000 m2
Floor area 1F: 14,700 m2
2F: 7,400 m2
Product lines IMD foil for notebook PCs, etc.
Start of operations April 1, 2010

Nitec Industries Tsu Factory

Nitec Industries Tsu Factory

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