KYOSHA originally started its business as a screen printing manufacturer and sales company for the Japanese traditional textile craft of Yuzen Dyeing in Kyoto in 1959. By applying the knowledge and techniques from the original business, we entered the printed wiring board business in 1967 and have continued to grow and expand to this day.
Our excellent performance in meeting our customers’ needs and our ability in foreseeing the world market trends of the electronic industry, as well as our customers’ continuous support have brought us today’s success.
In the ever-evolving electronics industry, we have always had in mind how we can accurately meet the diversifying needs, quality expectations, and the delivery requirements of our customers. The reason why we have been aggressively putting effort into meeting the needs of the international community by placing bases in the world’s main production regions is due to our aim at handling matters quickly utilizing a greater network.
We would like to develop our company’s business and contribute to society by continuing to value our customers and the mutual communication among our employees.
President: Kazuto Kojima
|Name||KYOSHA CO., LTD.|
|Main Office||300 Morimurahigashi Kumiyama-cho Kuse-gun Kyoto, Japan 613-0024|
|Business||Manufacturing / sales of Printed Wiring Boards (PWB)
Manufacturing / sales of carrier jigs for mounting electrical components
Manufacturing / sales of metal masks for solder paste
|Capital||¥1,102 million (Number of issued stocks 14,624,000 stocks)|
|Employees||Consolidated: 1,438 employees (as of March 31, 2017)|
|Managing Directors||Shigeru Momoi (in charge of Corporate Planning and General Administration
|Director||Mamoru Utaka (in charge of Sales/Marketing)
Masanori Okaguchi (in charge of Manufacturing and Procurement/Purchasing
Satoshi Tanaka (in charge of Components Assembly & Tool Engineering)
|External Directors||Toshio Hibi|
|Standing Corporate Auditor||Katsunori Kitamoto|
|External Auditors||Hitoshi Senda
|Correspondent Banks||MUFG Bank, Ltd.
The Bank of Kyoto, Ltd.
Mizuho Bank, Ltd.
The Shiga Bank, Ltd.
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation
Resona Bank, Limited.
Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank, Limited.
|Main Use||Automotive parts,
Electronic home appliances,