We are committed to establishing a company of value to our customers. Fulfilling our mission.

Today, we are in the midst of a revolution in IT and telecommunications.
In the automotive industry as well, EV (electric vehicles), PHV, FCV and other unprecedented new vehicles have emerged, leading to the evolution of ADAS and environmentally-friendly vehicles as Mobility and an era of revolution in the automotive industry.
Against this backdrop, we have established a corporate mission to realize our corporate philosophy of "FINE's CS" with a view to the next 50 years.

FINE Processing
Connect the world through small parts
We are creating value that benefits society
by mastering three essential technologies:

cold forging, composite fabrication, and automation.

By mastering our strengths in forging, combined processing, and automation to the point of excellence, we will provide new value and satisfaction to our customers through the manufacture of future parts used in automobiles, smartphones, devices, industrial equipment, medical and healthcare equipment, etc., which are in demand one after another.

Our dedication to excellence can be summed up in one phrase: “Good products come from good parts, and good parts come from good machines.”

We continue to drive the evolution of our in-house automatic processing machines and elemental technologies through daily improvement, all the while producing the “good parts” that go into outstanding products while pushing our manufacturing productivity to the limit. By developing high-precision electronic components of exceptional quality, we are creating the industry-leading manufacturing technologies of the future. And by adding value and ensuring customer satisfaction, we will earn the praise, acclaim, and gratitude of our customers, local communities, and stakeholders.
We remain committed to the ongoing development of a worthy company where all our employees can demonstrate their skills as well as their pride of craftsmanship.

Tatsuhiko Matsuda President & Representative Director