About Marubeni 

Marubeni America Corporation, is a general trading company, engaged as an intermediary, importer/exporter, facilitator or broker in various types of trade between and among business enterprises and countries.

About Marubeni America Corporation

Marubeni America Corporation, which we also refer to as “MAC,” is a general trading company, engaged as an intermediary, importer/exporter, facilitator or broker in various types of trade between and among business enterprises and countries. We are the largest overseas subsidiary of the Japanese “sogo shosha” called Marubeni Corporation, which originated in Osaka in 1858. But unlike many other businesses of our size and scope, MAC has few fixed assets, relying instead on the creativity, ingenuity and innovation of our talented and experienced people, our intensive information gathering skills and our extensive financial resources and acumen.

MAC trades in a broad range of commodities, agricultural goods, machinery, energy products, and natural resources for our own account, and on behalf of our clients. In addition, we are more than just global traders and brokers. We also act as major financiers, investors and large-scale organizers. We play a vital role in the logistics of transactions, such as the global movement of products. We assume and manage risk involved in transactions and act as business consultants, using our vast trade experience in new business development. We provide many specialized services, including sales support, transportation, insurance, storage, financing and leasing, engineering and construction service, and traffic and logistics planning. We are also the holding company of, or significant investor in, a number of major companies within our specialty industries. We are headquartered in New York City, with several other U.S. locations and approximately 40 subsidiary and affiliated companies across the United States, Canada and Mexico. We can also access a network of over 125 Marubeni Group offices and about 450 associated companies worldwide, all of which provide Marubeni offices and affiliates with up-to-the-minute information on commodities, commerce and finance. Through this extensive global network, Marubeni America Corporation is able to facilitate complex projects and transactions, and can assist you in expanding your present business or in identifying and developing new business opportunities.

About Tech-Polishing.com

Tech-Polishing.com offers polishing pads and related products for industrial and high-tech applications including computer hard disks, silicon wafers, IoT, glass substrates, razor blades, LCD panels and more.

Our Offices

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Silicon Valley

Address: 3945 Freedom Circle, Suite 1000, Santa Clara, CA 95054
Tel: +1-213-972-2763 or 213-972-2765
Fax: +1-408-330-0655
Email: info@tech-polishing.com
URL: http://tech-polishing.com/


Address: 60 rue Verhulst, B-1180 Brussels, Belgium
Tel: +32 2 343 35 45
Fax: +32 478 22 23 30
URL: http://europe.marubeni.com/

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Address: 95 Gresham Street, London EC2V 7AB, England
Tel: 44 20 7826 8778
URL: http://europe.marubeni.com/


Address: Terhardthof 60, 46539 Dinslaken, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
Tel: +49 (0)2064-6709-215
Mobile: +49 (0)172-2036697
Fax: +49 (0) 2064-6709-216
URL: http://europe.marubeni.com/

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Tel: +886-2-25226639
Mobile: +886-937-450615
URL: http://www.marubeni.com.tw/

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About Fujibo

Fujibo is the manufacturer and developer of polishing pads used in various applications ranging from semiconductor wafer polishing and computer hard disk polishing to ceramic and glass polishing. The company also develops value-added, functional textile products such as Spanfresh, a moisture-absorbing and -releasing elastane yarn used primarily in underwear. Other products include Chitopoly, an apparel fiber woven with catechin, a substance extracted from the shells of crab and shrimp that gives it odor-preventing and antibacterial properties. Fujibo also produces and markets BVD-brand undergarments and shirts in Japan through a licensing agreement with fruit of the loom. Because of a decreased demand for polynosic rayon, Fujibo has become one of Japan’s last textile companies to continue producing that fiber.