Our Company


We, Marubeni Tekmatex Corporation, have grown together with our customers, and manufacturers all over the world, and have developed into one of the leading trading firms related to textile machinery, which was the foundation of the export of machinery business at Marubeni Corporation after World War-II.

Since the beginning, the textile industry has grown in quantity as well as in quality along with the improvement of the standard of living and will keep improving.

It is our important mission to meet the expectation of the customers by responding to their needs quickly through our sales network, spread out all over the world, and provide advanced technology and competent service.

The technologies originating from textile machineries, nowadays, have been applied to many industrial segments, with various technical material, such as, electronic material, liquid crystal, non-woven fabric, high functional film, carbon fiber composite, etc. and processing them through industrial material processing machines. We have also worked actively in wide-range segments like automobile and electronic industries that have, in some cases, been developed by leading textile machinery manufacturers.

It is our belief that one of the missions of a trading firm is to find the most suitable supplier that will satisfy the various needs of the customer and to introduce advanced technologies and newly developed products from the manufacturers.

Yes! We are the match-maker in these industries and shall continue to bond the customers and manufacturers, based on trust, long experience and global sales network.

Hiroshi Nakagawa
President and CEO

Company Profile

Company Name Marubeni Tekmatex Corporation
Incorporated Date October 1, 1973
Paid-in Capital 480 Million J.Yen
Shareholder Marubeni Corporation (100%)
3-20 Kanda Nishiki-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0054, JAPAN
TEL: 81-3-3293-3501 FAX: 81-3-3293-3508
Homepage Address http://www.tekmatex.jp/
Description of Business Export, Import, Third-country Trade and Domestic business in Japan
Main Handling Items
  1. General textile machinery for use in spinning, weaving, knitting, synthetic fibers, dyeing, finishing, non-woven fabrics, etc.
  2. Manufacturing and processing equipment for functional fibers such as glass fiber and carbon fiber.
  3. Manufacturing and processing machinery for electronics materials and packaging films.
  4. Manufacturing equipment for copper foil as well as materials used in printed circuit boards, rechargeable batteries, and solar cells.
  5. Engineering and utilities for textile mills such as generator, air-conditioners. water treatment, and transportation system etc.

Tokyo Head Office

3-20 Kanda Nishiki-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
101-0054, JAPAN


  • About a 3 minutes walk from Exit A9, Jimbocho Station, Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line, Toei Shinjuku Line or Mita Line
  • About a 4 minute walk from Exit 3b, Takebashi Station, Tokyo Metro Tozai Line

Environmental Policy

Marubeni Tekmatex Corporation, one of the company of Marubeni Group, promotes environmental considerations in its own business operations under the Marubeni Group Environmental Policy as mentioned below :

Basic Philosophy

In full awareness of its responsibilities as a good corporate citizen, the Marubeni Group will make every effort to simultaneously pursue both a prosperous society and environmental conservation, while aiming to achieve the sustainable development of society.

Basic Principles

As a global corporate entity that engages in diverse business activities across a broad range of sectors, the Marubeni Group will observe the following principles it has established for environmental conservation.

  1. All business activities will be conducted in consideration of their possible impact on the environment. To this end, appropriate efforts will be made in cooperation with stakeholders to preserve the environment and reduce potential environmental impacts, including pollution, focusing on the four themes below:
    1. 1) Compliance with international and local applicable environmental guidelines, laws and regulations, and agreed requirements.
    2. 2) Taking measures as necessary to reduce environmental impacts and prevent pollution, particularly in launching new projects and altering existing projects; Taking appropriate steps to mitigate global warming and preserve biodiversity.
    3. 3) Facilitating resource and energy conservation, waste reduction, green procurement, and increases in operational efficiency.
    4. 4) Promoting business projects, offering products and services, and building social systems that help protect and improve the environment.
  2. In keeping with this Environmental Policy, the Marubeni Group's Environmental Management System will be regularly reviewed for improvement.
  3. This Environmental Policy will be shared with all Marubeni Group officers and employees, employees of the Group’s business partners, and the public.