Taiyo America Opens Office in the Dallas/Ft. Worth Area


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Taiyo America Inc. officially opened a new office in the Dallas/Fort Worth area on October 1, 2017. This expansion is the first step in Taiyo’s plans to expand technical support and new business development. New business development efforts will launch into new automotive applications such as EV (electric vehicles) and autonomous driving, robotics, next generation data centers, VR (virtual reality), AR (augmented reality) and AI (artificial intelligence) markets. 

“We will build and leverage upon Taiyo’s successes in printing inks, solder resists and other related materials for the printed circuit board industry over the past 64 years. We are targeting future growth in many emerging high technological business segments and view Dallas, TX as the new Silicon Valley for such technological advances.  We are very excited to open this office so we can work closely with high tech businesses as we help research and develop the emerging technologies of the future.”--Tadahiko Hanada, Taiyo America’s President and Director.

About Taiyo America, Inc.

TAIYO AMERICA, INC., a subsidiary of TAIYO HOLDINGS. CO., LTD., is the world’s leading manufacturer of specialty inks and solder masks for printed circuit boards, including conductive inks for manufacturing solar cells, printed electronics and other applications. For more information, click here.

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