Taiyo America Appoints Tadahiro Miyoshi as Product Development Manager


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Taiyo America, Inc. has appointed Tadahiro Miyoshi to the position of product development manager. Tadahiro will be responsible for coordinating global technical activities and developing new products as identified by the sales staff and company management. 

Tadahiro comes to the position with many years of experience as a long-time employee of Taiyo beginning in 1995.  He started in the ink department in development of liquid and dry film solder mask, graduating to engineering development manager, and finally to technical group manager, leading the planning, construction and commercialization of dry film coating.

Jesse Session, Taiyo’s technical manager stated, “Miyoshi-san’s product development experience at our parent company will benefit Taiyo America tremendously. Miyoshi-san will also act as a liaison for the Taiyo Groups by coordinating global technical activities between them.”

When asked about his goals moving forward, Tadahiro stated, “My goal is to take Taiyo America to the next level, in order to retain our current position as global leader and increase our current worldwide majority market share.”

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.

For over 27 years, Taiyo America has propelled itself into the latest technologies and trends, and continues to use its extensive worldwide R&D resources to further offerings and capabilities that include the latest in inkjet technology for legend ink and solder mask.

The Carson City, Nevada facility offers specialty dielectric inks and via filling inks for use with microvia and build-up technologies, as well as thermal cure and UV cure solder masks and legend inks. New offerings include dielectric and conductive ink products for the printed electronics, and lighting and displays markets. For more information, click here.

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