MATSUI TECHNOLOGIES INDIA LIMITED (MTIL) is an innovative, forward-thinking R&D and supplier of industrial auxiliary equipment for complete Plastic Processing Solutions through its product range of Dehumidifying Dryers, Mold Dehumidifiers, Hot Air Dryers, Mold Temperature Controllers, Chillers & Adiabatic Coolers, Material Tanks & Silos, Granulators & Shredders, Descaling Pumps, Dosing & Blending Systems, Centralized Conveying Systems, Recycling Systems, and other value-added services of Industrial Automation.
MTIL prosperously caters to industrial verticals such as Automotive Components, PET Preforms & Bottles, Rigid Packaging, Medical, Flexible Film, Pipes & Profiles, Wire & Cables, Electrical & Electronics, Food & Beverages, Tyre & Rubber, White Goods & Household Products and Recycling & Compounds.
MTIL is TUV Certified ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015 & ISO 45001:2018 Company and is additionally CE Certified for Global business.
MTIL has the manufacturing capability to serve its customer base globally.
MTIL caters to over 800 delighted customers having a presence in more than 29 countries across diverse industry verticals.
MTIL is a group company of Matsui Mfg. Co. Ltd. with its headquarters located in Osaka, Japan.
Through product range, MTIL contributes to the prosperity of its customers and the development of the plastics industry.
To utilize inhibited resources as efficaciously as possible, we maintain a wide variety of perspicacious properties.
Nothing is permanent and everything is interdependent
I believe this is an expression that describes best how the world goes around. Especially during the process of the new globalization in the 21st century, everything seems to be changing more and more rapidly.
At the same time, we are becoming more and more dependent on each other globally. We believe that one who can build rapport with others will be able to adapt to the rapidly changing world, and hence, share happiness and grow as a member of the society for a better future.
Based on this belief, MATSUI's motto stands as ''MATSUI in search of rapport”.
Our goal is not just to sell products and make a profit, but also to establish a good rapport, via our products and services, with the people and the society that surrounds us. We seek to contribute to the growth and happiness of people throughout the world with rapport.
"Without good rapport, little is possible. With good rapport, anything is possible."
Hironobu Matsui, President and CEO
What is ‘factor 4’?
An ideology suggested by Amory B. Lovins and others. Aims to increase the productivity of resources by 4 times by doubling wealth and halving resource use. This eventually leads to the recovery of balance between wealth and our environment.
What does Matsui aim to achieve? ‘factor4’ in molding factories
Matsui agrees deeply with the idea of ‘factor4’ to double wealth and halves resource use. We hope to fulfil the following mission in Molding factories where most of our customers are.
To achieve factor 4 in molding factories.
The main problems of molding factories are ‘Wastage of Energy’, ‘Wastage of Resins’ and ‘Wastage of Water’. In order to eliminate such wastages, on top of R&D of machinery to enhance productivity, Matsui would also diagnose factories to give proposals on how to increase productivity.
Matsui’s job does not stop at the manufacturing and selling of auxiliary equipment. We would also like to make the enhancement of resource productivity in molding factories as one of our main responsibilities. Matsui hopes to maintain a balance between our environment and the wealth of our users.
Besides achieving ‘rapport’ with our users, we also hope to build a relationship of ‘rapport’ with our environment.
One of MATSUI’s missions is to “Achieve ‘factor4’ in Molding Factories” through Resource Reduction, Output Increase, and Value Enhancement Solutions.
In factor4 Tech Studio 1, we have set up five areas in which we present various solutions:
factor4 Tech Studio 2 mainly focuses on problems caused by water quality and the cooling systems surrounding the mold and equipment.
Test environments that were previously dispersed throughout the site are now gathered in one area.