In 2004, two major battery manufacturers were Japan Storage Battery Co., Ltd. GS brand and YUASA Corporation YUASA brand joint venture GS Yuasa Corporation to integrate their efforts to promote products in the international market. As a result, a transnational corporation was formed with 13 shares of the global market for lead-acid batteries, the largest in all of Asia and Japan in particular. The corporation is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.
Panasonic Corporation is a large Japanese engineering corporation, one of the world's leading manufacturers of household appliances and electronic products. Headquartered in Kadoma City, Osaka Prefecture Japan.
Fujito Corporation dates back to 1988, when Mr. Fujiwara Tozaki founded a small manufacturing company in Miyagi Prefecture, Japan, specializing in the supply of small components for automobile manufacturers in Japan. 1990 - The stringent product requirements imposed by Japanese automakers allowed Fujito to create a clear manufacturing structure using technological innovation and offering products that meet the most stringent standards.
Toyota Motor Corporation is the largest Japanese automotive corporation, also providing financial services and several additional business lines. It is the largest publicly traded automobile company in the world and also the largest publicly traded company in Japan. The company is headquartered in Toyota City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan. The company is ranked 6th in the Fortune Global 500.
Toyota Motor Corporation is the main member of the Toyota Group. The Toyota brand is mainly associated with this company. The company began its activity with the release of automatic looms.
Lexus Division is a brand of cars manufactured by the Japanese Toyota Motor Corporation. Initially it was provided for the US market, now the brand's cars are sold in more than 90 countries around the world.
The official date of birth of the brand of cars for the middle class is August 1983. Since competing in the class of expensive cars with well-known German and British brands was an unpromising task, at a meeting of the Board of Directors of Toyota, its head Eiji Toyoda announced his decision that the corporation should create a car class between budget and executive. The early 1980s saw slow but steady growth in the luxury car market, especially in North America, and Toyota, which had strong US sales, could not stand aside. Based on the results of numerous marketing studies, the TMC management decided to create a new brand.