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MAID IN JAPAN

SUPPLIER TO WORLDWID TOYOTA FACTORIES:

MAID IN JAPAN

高柳真
Makoto Takayanagi


FOREWORD

The world is facing the most servre economic crisis of my lifetime,as I write these words. Nevertheless,I have full confidence that my friend of more than thirty years,Makoto Takayanagi, and the company he founded, Trinc, will weather the storm. There are two logical reasons for my confidence. The first is that Trinc is organized and operated so econmoically that its breakeven point is an amazing 50 percent. The second reason is that Trinc's potential customers will be seeking ways to reduce operating costs.
  Readers should look carefully for ideas to benefit their factories in one of two ways. If their manufacturing processes can benefit from his inventions, that have application in their enterprises aloso ahould be pursued.
  It is no surprise to me that my friend's company has been so resoundingly successful,and his book presents so many valuable insights.Formore than two years,we shared an awesome responsibility for the design and installation of a computer system encompassing the entire Yamaha Motor manufacturing complex and those of its major suppliers.It wasthe very first computer system to wed Japanese Just-In-Time/JIT(lean manufacturing as it is called today) and the Toyota Kaizen(continuous improvement) practice with American resource planning.
  My friend wa my tongue and my ears, having taken a crash course in English to be able to translate Yamaha manufacturing processes to me and interpret my advice in Japanese.None of the Accenture staff were adequate for the task of translation,let alone the project team guide the system's successful implementation.
  The range of his experience is fabulous.He had designed and installed the Yamaha automated service warehouse and its computer system prior to the much broader manufacturing system progject. He became the president and inventor in a startup business producing a portable facsimile machine, then founded a company that designed products for major international companies, and ultimately became the producer of the best industrial ionizers in the world.
  Our business bond,inwhich I was the Accenture consultant and was the client project manager,was far less important to me than the bond of two friends on opposite sides of the vast Pacific Ocean.How many friends would travel 350 miles,round trip,to spend a few short hours with you when you visited Tokyo?How many would host you during another visit to Japan during the plum blossom festival,despite the pressures of mannaging a manufacturing company?How many would observe the Japanese custom of annual exchange of New Years letters,despite decades of separation?
  My friend is a genius in engineering and business operation,but honors me as his teacher,one of thehighest tributes in Japan.
  However,I agree with the film star who sang,"-if you become a teacher, by your pupils you'll be taught."I learned, first hand, of true friendship and loyalty, stronger in Japan than anywhere else,in my experience. I saw meaningful patriotism to country,community and company.
  The lessons I learned from my decades of friendship were not limited to personal qualities; they also extended into the realm of business. My friend taught me invaluable lessons in enterpreneurship and even gave me a fundamental education in static electricity and ionization through my work on the production of this book.
  It is my honor and my privilege to introduce you to my friend, Makoto Takayanagi.


Roy L.Harmon
Consultant to Accenture,retired.
Author;Four books onReinventing Factory,Warehouse and Business.
royharmon@askpcrescue.com




Takayanagi's business methods of containing cost should be the envy of not only
enterpreneus,but also any company striving to achieve his 50 percent breakeven point.
Tom Gelb,Senior VP Operations,retired,
Harley Davidson Inc.


When we at Toyota first saw the seience you invented in action we realized it was the
start of a new Kaizen era.
Yasushi Fuchigami,Plant Manager
Toyota Motor Manufacturing Russia
Harley Davidson Inc.


I have known Mr.Takayanagi since he invented a miniature fax. the struggles
of founding his own company, and finally I see the amazing success of his unique
ionizer products. This book and Mr.Takayanagi's sketches trace his company's history,
explaining complex static electricity science in such clear terms that everyone will
understand the impact in their factories.
Tsuneji Togami,Chairman of the board
Yamaha Motor Co.,Ltd.

I remember Mr.Takayanagi,president and founder of Trinc Corporation, talking
enthusiastically about anti-static techonology when I first met him. He is not Only an
enterpreneur but aloso a prominent inventor. I expect that his company's technology and
inventions will be an effective anti-static solution for every enterprise in the world.
Tesuya Okuyama,GeneralProject Manager
Small & Medium Enterprise Agency,Ministry of Economy,
Trade and Industry Japan





      Management Perspective

Manufacturing Profit Improvement
Enterprise Profitability
The Multi-Discipline Executive
Unique Japanese Messages
The Success Summary

      
Chapter 1. The Toyota Miracle

The Genesis of Fame
The Scene Shifts to Japan
The Test Results
A Marvelous Invention
Genba Kaizen
Toyota Begins Ordering
Toyota Production Engineering
Trinc Shares Test Data
Toyota Requests Additonal Data
Automotive Painting Test Data
Testing in the Factory
Toyota Test Criteria
Top-line Test Equipment
More Test Results
Toyota Supplier Program
The Lexus Success
Joint Toyota-Trinc Product Development
Fighting Bureaucratic Standards
Winning the Patent Process
Expanding to Toyota Suppliers
A Toyota Testimonial

Chapter 2. Static & Ionizer Science

Static Electricity,Dust & Ions
The AC Ionizer
The DC Ionizer
The Pulse Ionizer
The Static-free Space Ionizer
The Starting Point

Chapter 3. Trinc’s Birth: An Autobiography

Education
First Employer, Yamaha Motor
Yamaha's First Computer Project
Service Parts Warehouse Design
Yamaha's Enterprise Resource Planning
Nissei Electric Co.
The Facsimile Business
My Own Company
Partnership and Venture Capital Missteps
New Product Forecast Inaccuracy
Building a Workforce
Company/Lobor Relations
ROHM and LG Projects
Jack-of-trades Engineer
Thirst for Satisfaction& Profit
NEC and Prius Projects
Yamaha Boat : First Trinc Ionizer
Conventional Ionizers
The Solution
Outsourcing Versus In-house
Production Outsourcing Policy
Mass Production Tooling
Fifty Percent Break-Even Point
Production Outsourcing Practices
Marketing and Sales
Wannabe Inventors
Bioraphy Summary

Chapter 4. Invention’s Starting Point

Inventing More Ionizers
Trinc Enters the Market
Entering the Overseas Market
Copy the Japanese Factory
Clean Room/Clean Bench Problems
Flawed Clean Bench
The No-Blow TRINC
The Success Formula
The SFS TRINC Design Principles
Humidity as an Anti-static Measure
Humidity Versus Ionization Test
History-making Ion Balance
"Third-Generation" Ionizer
The Independent, Multi-segment Ionizer
Precise Ion Balance Over Bar Length
Other Ionizers Emit Dust
Dust-free Ionization
Forced Ionizer Maintenance
Human Static Electricity
Dust Trap Nets
Lessons Learned

Chapter 5. Founding the Business

Sales and Marketing
External & Customer Roadblocks
The Arrogance and Ignorance Roadblocks
Ionizer Rantal
Marketing by Our Bank
A Word-of-mouth Prospect
Robotic Ionization
Nix on Hard Sell
Static Electricity Education
Traveling with TRINC junior
The Factory Tour Sales Tool
The Mailing List Sales Tool
Four-pillar Sales Network
I Manage the Home Page
Outsource Performance Incentive
Irresistible Meets Immovable
Overseas Expansion
Korean Automaker Espionage
The Overseas Market Changes
Printed Circuis in the Philippines
Japan Home Office Reaction
Lessons Learned

Chapter 6. Reflections

The March of Progress
The Orphan Science
An Awakening to Static Electricity
My Company's Mission
What Comes Around

Appendix:  The leaders

Plastic Products
Bullet Train Bodies
Non Woven Fabric
Flexible Printed Circuit Boards
Precision Optical Lenses
Mica Film
Short Case Examples

      Glossary
      Bibliography
      List of Figures
      Contents Sub-headings
      Index

   
    Copyright(C)2009 by Makoto Takayanagi
    All rights reserved, including the right of reproduction
    in whole or in part
    
    The original Japanese book,'Hokori Zero Kakumei,'by Makoto Takayanagi.
    Copyright(C)2007 by Makoto Takayanagi to whom all rights are reserved.
    The orignal Japanese edition was published by Diamond,Inc. The English
    translation rights are reserved to the author,Makoto Takayanagi.English
    translation by Kozo Nakamura.
    
    Published by WingSpan Press,Livermore,CA
    www.wingspanpress.com
    The WingSpan name,logo and colophon are trademarks of Wing Span Publishing.
    
    Printed in the United States of America
    
    Supplier to Worldwid Toyota Factoies:Made in Japan/
    Makoto Takayanagi; forword by Roy L.Harmon
    

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