Nissei Opens First U.S. Plant to Build Injection Machines

Nissei’s first U.S. assembly plant for injection molding machines has opened for business.

Nissei Plastic Industrial Co. of Japan started up operations in March at its first assembly plant in the U.S. for injection molding machines. The plant is operated by a new subsidiary called Nissei Plastic Machinery America Inc., in San Antonio, Texas. The new facility occupies 392,700 ft2 and includes an assembly floor, warehouse, showroom, technical center, and office space. The San Antonio plant will initially build large servo-hydraulic presses from 560 to 1300 tons. Those machines will be sold here by Nissei America Inc., Anaheim, Calif.

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