Business Outline

Southeast Asia & India Region

NEXTY Electronics encompasses this vast Southeast Asia and India region of 7.8 million km2 in area, in which 2.1 billion people live (ASEAN: 4.5 million km2 with 650 million people, India: 3.3 million km2 with 1.36 billion people). Over a half of the population are less than 30 years old. This yet growing $6 trillion market anticipates an expansion up to $15 trillion by 2030.

This region is especially unique with its diversity. Multiple identities in nationalities, currencies, ethnicities and religions have formed distinct demands within each of the national markets, enlivening the regional economy as a whole. The region not only serves as China Plus One, the global complementary production hub, but also is booming to satisfy its own rising development/production demands along the increasing middle-income population.

Japanese in-vehicle device OEMs have long penetrated the region with stalwart supply chains, amid the presence of national OEMs in India and Malaysia. ASEAN and India together mark 70% of worldwide two-wheeled vehicle production. Many EU/US mega EMS providers, Japanese EMS providers and local EMS providers have their shares in the market.

Regional Key Functions

We engage in businesses throughout ASEAN, India and their neighboring countries. Established in 1995, our network has branched out in 6 countries, namely Singapore, Thailand, India, Malaysia, the Philippines and Indonesia, with 10 offices holding approximately 500 staff.

Fulfillment Supports

We timely support our customers in miscellaneous parts fulfillment needs, leveraging the long-acquired extensive electronics know-how as an authorized distributor for multiple semiconductor manufacturers. Our optimal servicing includes tailored foreign transactions and local warehousing, in distribution on behalf of major semiconductor manufacturers such as Intel, Infineon, OSRAM and ST, and in procurement agencies to customers including Japanese companies. The Singapore office acts as the integrated procurement agency to provide reassuring manufacturer supports. Our warehouses are available in Singapore, Thailand, India, Indonesia and the Philippines, to enable flexible deliveries. The Quality Support team in Thailand assists in device quality problem-solving.

Development of In-Vehicle Device Embedded Software

Our development operations started in 2005 for in-vehicle device embedded software, including motor-generators, engine controls and battery controls. Notably, we have proactively adapted to Model-Based Development (MBD), which was then imminent to be a mainstream. Currently, over 200 engineers are assigned in the Software Development Department, and more than 60% are specialized in MBD. They learn Japanese through prescribed curricula, to smoothly perform offshore development. The joint venture, created with DENSO in 2016, dedicatedly supports the customers’ engine ECU designing/development.

One-Stop Services for Circuit Design, Board Design and EMS

We commit more than just the fulfillment and software development for our manufacturing customers. We comprehensively support hardware designing/production, so that customers focus on their service/architecture development. TOYOTA TSUSHO NEXTY ELECTRONICS INDIA’s Technology Center in New Delhi promotes customers’ punctual market launches, with its superior motor control development capabilities. TOYOTA TSUSHO NEXTY ELECTRONICS THAILAND’s one-of-a-kind R&D team develops electronic circuits, board artworks and embedded software, in-house and contracted, to accommodate both hardware and software needs. Customers’ businesses are perfected by our multinational collaboration with design houses, system integrators and EMS.

Connected Services and IoT

NEXTY Electronics bears the long-experienced expertise of in-vehicle device platforms which various commercial service providers require, and is capable of proposing the best solution in the currently major Connected mobility trends. We deliver platforms that significantly enhance and visualize the service operations, including but not limited to the fleet management for vehicle assets/performance and failure prediction, and tracker systems for user traffic/condition monitoring.