For over 50 years and for three generations, we have been involved in the production of plastic molds. Through the support of our many customers and transaction partners, we were able to celebrate our 54th anniversary since founding.
We want to express our sincere gratitude for being able to remain engaged in our business operations for so many years. Nearly 17 years have passed since I took over as representative director at age 27. In recent years, the mold industry has seen the advancement of globalization and remarkable advancements in technology in China and Southeast Asia. However, I believe the Japanese dedication to manufacturing and commitment to detail outpaces any country in the world.
Mold production and the final steps in the manufacturing process are about how much life and passion you can pour into a single mold. While we sometime collaborate with overseas vendors, we believe we can most contribute to society by engaging in mold production using our own technology in all processes to create molds that are worthy of Japanese technology.
The current mold industry often uses parts and molds imported from China. However, with advancing globalization, the price differences compared to neighboring countries is minimal. With the anticipation of future opportunities for mold exports, we have developed a website in English and Chinese. We are committed to making every effort to meet the needs of our customers.
We want to extend our appreciation and gratitude for your continued support and guidance.
CEO Yasuhito Mano CEO Instagram
|Company name||Mold Meister Co.,Ltd|
4-59-1 Kachigawa-cho Nishi, Kasugai, Aichi 486-0946, Japan
|Capital||10 million yen|
|Main Banks||Ogaki Kyoritsu Bank, Gifu Shinkin Bank|
|1966||The founder, Kyoichi Mano, founded the company privately in Kita-ku, Nagoya.|
|1982||Established Mano Mold Manufacturing Co.|
|1989||Kazuhisa Mano was appointed as Representative Director.|
|2004||Hirohito Mano was appointed as Representative Director.|
Machining center Mori Seiki NV5000
Introduced Mori Seiki NV5000 (spindle speed: 20,000min).
|2007||Introduced Mitsubishi Electric FX10 wire cutting machine.|
Introduced Mori Seiki NV4000 machining center.
(Spindle speed: 30,000min).
|2011||Introduced wire-cutting machine Mitsubishi Electric FA10.|
Moved head office from Kita-ku, Nagoya to Kasugai-shi, Aichi.
Changed the company name from Mano Die & Mold Works Ltd. to Mold Meister Co.,Ltd.
|2015||Introduced Moldex for resin flow analysis.|
Machining center Makino V33
Installed Makino V33 machining center (spindle speed: 30,000min).
|2020||Update the homepage|
Machining center Okuma MILLAC 561V Ⅱ BBT50
Installed BBT50 (spindle speed 10,000min)