Taiyo Announces New Director & COO at Taiyo America, Inc. Facility in Nevada


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Taiyo America, Inc. announced that the company has promoted Tadahiko Hanada to Director & COO, effective July 1, 2015.

Mr. Hanada earned a B.S. degree in physics from Kyoto University in Japan and started his career as a researcher of fiber optic devices at NEC Corporation in 1991.

Since then he has contributed to broad areas including R&D, Product Development, Design, Product Release, Marketing, Sales, Product Strategy, Product Planning for Telecommunications, Data Communication, Mobile Phones, as well as the Cloud Service industry.

Mr. Hanada joined TAIYO INK MFG. CO., LTD. in January 2014 as General Manager leading the IC Packaging Material business.

“Tadahiko Hanada is a great endowment to Taiyo America and I look forward to his valuable management of the Carson City facility”, said Kashima, Taiyo America’s President.

About Taiyo America, Inc.

Established 25 years ago TAIYO AMERICA, INC. is a subsidiary of TAIYO HOLDINGS CO., LTD., the world's leading manufacturer of specialty inks and solder masks for printed circuit boards. Taiyo offers conductive inks for manufacturing printed electronics, solar cells and other applications. For more information, visit www.taiyo-america.com.

 

Melanie Wylie Binzel

melaniewb@taiyo-america.com

775.885.9959, ext. 139

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