Characteristics and Strengths
At our America offices of 65 staff, we have sales teams in San Jose, a base for state-of-the-art technical information, and in Detroit, a hub for North America's automotive market. And our Maryville office provides sales and quality support, as well as logistics support that covers all of North America.
- Procure and sell semiconductors and electronic parts (both Japan-and foreign-made) for a wide range of line cards
- Provide support to and do business with top-tier Japanese companies throughout North America (U.S. and Mexico)
- Provide hardware distribution and EMS services, and provide support for operations spanning development to mass production and quality support
- Propose software solutions to Japanese OEMs and provide development and production support in collaboration with third-party vendors (pattern design and prototype substrate installation), and can present solutions tailored to customers' local development needs
- Use our electronic parts warehouse in Maryville, Tennessee, we provide just-in-time delivery support, and with our newly built quality support center (TAQS-US), we are able to provide support services for memory writing and part inspection
- Collect a broad range of information through the Toyota Tsusho Network. For even industries outside of electronic parts, we can create many different kinds of business by utilizing connections with OEMs and top-tier companies in North America
- With more than 20 years of doing business, the San Jose office leverages a network of numerous startup companies and every other type of company imaginable to constantly develop and deploy new technologies
- Currently provide a host of high-potential Japanese goods and services to North American top-tier companies, and are working to expand businesses outside Japanese OEMs
Detroit: Also known as Motor City and Motown, this Michigan State city is a product development center for automotive companies based in the U.S. and around the world.
Public safety is now much better than in the past, and it continues to evolve into a charming city with something to offer everyone, whether sports or music or the arts.
San Jose: Located in the heart of Silicon Valley, San Jose is a city that has given rise to technologies that numerous startups have used to become major enterprises. Due to an increase in successful and affluent residents in recent years, it has become famous for being the most expensive place to live in the U.S. People from all over the world live here, making it a true melting pot.
Maryville: Located in America's southeast region, Tennessee and its environs are home to a plethora of factories belonging to automotive companies. Being surrounded by eight states (Arkansas and Missouri to the west, Kentucky and Virginia to the north, North Carolina to the east, and Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi to the south) gives Tennessee perfect positioning as a logistics hub in the North American region and is a vital center for the automotive industry.