Tech & Development

Providing cost competitive, value-added products that impress and reassure people and society around the world with our multidisciplinary Engineering expertise.

Advanced Technologies

Using our world-class technologies, cultivated through clutch development, to bring comfort and joy to people and society.

We will contribute to the realization of a carbon-neutral society with state-of-the-art technology that pursues power efficiency improvement, weight reduction, heat management, and CO2 reduction.

Your Future is our Today

Technology Lineup

Four key technologies that Create, Coordinate, and Connect the foundations of the future society and environment.

Papermaking and New Materials Technology

Highly functional materials made from paper

Precision Aluminum Casting

Lightweight, compact, high-precision aluminum die casting

Press Technology (draw/forming technology)

Efficiently forming complex shapes with high precision.

Joining Technology

Technology to join different types of materials with different melting points, such as steel and aluminum.

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Established in June 1939 (Showa 14). Click here
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Our company was established in June 1939 as Fuji Lite Kogyosho Co., Ltd. At the time of its establishment, we were engaged in compression molding of synthetic resin products such as gears and clutch plates for parts made mainly of Bakelite resin. I was doing In March 1943, the company name was changed to Fuji Chemical Industry Co., Ltd., and the English name was changed to Fuji Chemical Co., Ltd. After that, the scope of our business changed with the times, and we gradually specialized in clutches as we do today. As a result, we took the initials of Fuji Chemical Co., Ltd. and changed it to our current trade name, FCC Co., Ltd. (English notation: FCC CO., LTD.) in July 1984.
In February 2003, we were listed on the Second Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange, and in March 2004, we were listed on the First Section.