Fujipoly America Corporation is a wholly owned subsidiary of Fuji Polymer Industries Co., Ltd.
Fuji Polymer Industries was established by a joint capital venture between Dow Corning and Chugai Bussan in 1978 as a company that would specialize in the secondary processing of industrial silicone rubber.
Fujipoly has steadily grown over the past 21 years and now has six divisions located in North America, Europe and Asia. In addition to the six locations, Fujipoly has a network of distributors and representatives, throughout the world, to meet your needs at the local level.
This borderless business strategy has allowed Fujipoly to offer our products and support at locations, and at times, that are convenient to our customers.
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