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Long-Term Vision 2025

We will identify areas where demand is expected to grow and where the TATSUTA Group can make the most of its strength, and concentrate our combined efforts on these areas.

In order to become a niche top supplier that provides unique cut ting- edge parts and materials, we will actively invest in the fields which are expected to achieve market expansion, namely, functional paste and medical equipment materials in pursuit of growth.
For other existing business fields , we will implement strategies such as promoting investment to help enhance efficiency and expanding product groups that match customer needs to pursue the optimization of profit earning.

Outline of the Long-Term Vision 2025

The Tatsuta Group’s core businesses are the electric wire and cable business, which plays a key role in social infrastructure, as well as the functional film business, which supports the evolution of mobile devices. In addition, using element technologies we have cultivated over the years, we are expanding into a wide range of businesses, including the equipment wire business, fine wire business, and environmental analysis business. We are also actively engaged in the development of next-generation products and businesses.

The provision of products that are useful to the world and which contribute to the sustainable development of society is the starting point of Tatsuta’s businesses. Our corporate culture that puts top priority on society and customers by developing leading-edge technologies and products that meet their needs is part of our DNA, a legacy which has been handed down since our foundation.

  • Qualitative objective

    TATSUTA will explore the frontiers of electric wire and electronic materials with the aim of becoming a niche top supplier that provides unique cutting-edge parts and materials.

  • Quantitative objective

    While maintaining high profitability, we will grow the scale of the corporate group by another digit (net sales of 100.0 billion yen and operating income of 10.0 billion yen in the fiscal year ending March 31, 2026).

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