YAMAMOTO マテリアル コンサルティング(YMC)

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My interest in materials goes back to my own childhood experiences. From the latter half of the 1960s to the 80s, Japan was in a period of high economic growth, and the environment in urban areas, especially industrial cities, was absolutely terrible. Especially in Osaka City, when I was younger, I experienced bad smog where I couldn't go out . There were also times where I couldn't see ahead of me because of the smoke from the factory. The river near where I lived was overflowing with garbage and the smell was so bad that I often had to hold my breath and cross the bridge. It was not flatteringly called a river. Having spent my childhood in such a situation, I had had a strong desire to improve this situation when I grew up. Therefore, when choosing a university, I chose the Department of Chemistry without hesitation. When I got a job, I joined a manufacturer that handled a wide range of chemical products. Therefore, as a supplier of chemical products, we have been engaged in business for more than 20 years in various applications through the field of nonwoven fabrics. In addition, I was able to work as an engineer in the field of air cleaning technology for about 20 years. What I realized was that in order to solve environmental problems, we must fully understand those companies that supply products and think about it as a whole, from the research and development design stage to the mass production and sales stages, and then disposal, or if we don't think about it in one way or the other, we will end up with a picture-perfect rice cake. Keeping that in mind we launched a consulting business in materials technology. Based on my experience working in the company for more than 20 years, I am convinced that a system that earns profits is the sustainability of a business, and that it will not continue unless elements that preserve and improve the environment are incorporated into it.

Yamamoto Materials Consulting (YMC)

Representative

I would like to talk a little bit about my strengths as a consultant. I have gained a variety of experience in corporate development, manufacturing and quality control (factories), sales, outsourced factory management, overseas procurement of raw materials, and processing trade. We believe that these comprehensive capabilities are our greatest strengths. In particular, we are proud that we have been able to find a ray of light in the field without giving up on difficulties until new technologies or new discoveries are buried and see the light of day in the world, and we have been able to achieve market development as a team. We are confident that we will be able to respond to requests that need to be resolved from our clients in the same way. There are big and small ways to finish a product, but there has always been innovation. I believe that innovation is not just about new inventions, but also about launching new products by combining existing technologies. I believe that this kind of combination is possible because of the strong manufacturing industry in Japan, and I have more than 20 years of experience in this field, and I am confident that I can make innovation come true. We look forward to receiving your requests. Let's work together to create innovation from Japan.

Yamamoto Materials Consulting (YMC)

Representative

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