Ryobi meets the demand for die cast products from its customers around the world. Predicting the major trends of the times, Ryobi became the first Japanese die casting manufacturer to establish U.S. production facilities in 1985. Equipped with more than 30 large-sized die casting machines with pressure ratings of between 2,500 tons and 3,500 tons, this state-of-the-art factory is experiencing favorable growth primarily in serving the automobile industry.
Through the establishment of production facilities
in Europe in 1990, China in 2005 and Mexico in 2007, Ryobi is providing automobile manufacturers
with top-quality die cast products.
Moreover, anticipating growing demand for die castings led by an expanding automobile market
in Asia, Ryobi is in the process of augmenting its production capacity,
having established its second facility in China in 2010, and founded a local corporation
in Thailand in 2011 (with mass production planned to begin in June 2013).
Ryobi continues to deepen and broaden its relationships
with the world's automobile manufacturers and its customers in a growing number of industries.