Matsui is an innovative, forward-thinking R&D and supplier of industrial drying and pneumatic conveying equipment.

Investment is integral to everything we do because we believe the world is interdependent and the future is working together to develop rapport to make anything possible.

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  • By investing in communities where our company and team members live and work, we strive to maintain and develop opportunities and individuals who create and foster an environment to work together to create a better future.
  • By investing in R&D, our clients enjoy the best products and services before, during and after the machine's lifecycle so they can enhance their competitive edge through maximizing productivity and minimizing waste, energy and cost.
  • By investing in industries where our products and services could serve, we're developing relationships with competitors and potential customers because establishing a rapport is at the core of everything we do.

Matsui Innovation & Investment History

Apprenticed at age 10, started his own business at 20

Miichiro Matsui founded Matsui MFG, a medical and science equipment manufacturer, when he was 20 years.

Matsui moved out of medical and science equipment field into the plastics industry when it perfected the first dryer for paper. By using temperature-regulating techniques it developed during its medical equipment days, Matsui was able to significantly decrease the amount of time it took to dry paper.

Matsui embraced a new “dream material” called plastic by creating a temperature adjustable plastic dryer that was 10 times more accurate and far superior to any other equipment available. The Matsui plastic dryer lead to a higher overall quality of a finished plastic product, and helped create the plastic industry we know today.

After helping to revolutionize the plastic industry, Matsui leveraged its expertise and innovative product development to expand into the paper, food and pharmaceutical industries. Plastic organizations relied on the Sanitary Dense Phase Feeder, which Matsui retooled and re-engineered as a hygienic product for the pharmaceutical and food sector.

Thanks to its relentless drive to help its customers increase efficiency and effectiveness while maintaining affordability, Matsui revolutionized the drying industry again with its DMZ Honeycomb Format Dehumidifying Drier. Matsui’s customers’ response was extremely positive, and positioned the company into the market leader.

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Matsui opened its first U.S. office in the Chicago-area (Elk Grove Village, IL).

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Matsui conceives the “iPlas” lineup series of products, and the first to be built by global standards, which created great value for our customers and their needs.

Hironobu Matsui, a third generation Matsui, became the company president.

Matsui used world-class, universal standards to create new products that were responsively designed while remaining highly functional at a competitive rate. Combining the word “plastic” and “aid,” Matsui launched a new brand of “Plas-aid” products, including a dehumidifier/dryer, a temperature regulating device for metal mold casting and a slow-speed grinder.

Matsui unveils the portable MJ3 Dehumidifying Dryer / Loader, which becomes the poster child for the “Plas-aid” global standard.

Matsui promoted a "Factor 4" campaign that will be in plastic molding factories around the world by 2020. The Factor 4 concept says that by reducing waste and increasing resource productivity by a factor of 4, we will double our wealth while halving resource-consumption. This will help the world balance sustainability and environmental protection.

The MJ5-i dryer becomes the new flagship dryer, and the first in the industry to offer an automated, self-regulating function to reduce energy use by as much as 75%, over previous models.

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Matsui Leadership & Team

President

Masahiko Takami

General Manager

Gregory Lewis

General Manager

Michael Kott

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Supply-Chain Manager

Christopher Lawrence

Service Manager

Michael Walsh

Engineering Manager

Joel Bennett

Production Manager

Kevin Belcher

Sales Manager

Cesar Vega

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Regional Sales

Robert Kazuk

Regional Sales

Jerry Neidigh

Parts Expert

Jeff Kott

Service & Parts

Joe Mancilla

Human Resources

Jesus Salazar

Logistics Expert

Chantavy Garret

Mechanical Engineer

Rudy Patel

Admin-General Affairs

Tingkham Louanglath

Purchasing

Yvonne Rendo

Inventory Control

Serina Diosa

Accounting

Hannah Huang

Accounts Payable

Yuko Ino

Lead Assembly Tech.

Bruce King

Assembly Tech.

Daniel Moratilla

Assembly Tech.

William Hines

Shipping / Receiving

Eun Kuk Kim

Shipping / Receiving

Dave Moraru

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Matsui Locations

Matsui America, Inc.

5825 Turnberry Drive
Hanover Park, IL 60133
847-290-9680
Fax: 630-980-2269
Email

Matsui Mexico

Av. Hercules # 500, Bodega 7, Nave A
Col. Parque Industrial Poligono Empresarial
Santa Rosa  Jauregui, Querétaro,
CP 76220 MEXICO
Phone/Fax: +52 442-229-1275

Matsui do Brasil LTDA

Rua Maria Mercedes Serrano Munhoz Gallo, 175
Jardim São Lucas, Vista Alegre,
Vinhedo- São Paulo,
CEP: 13285-334, Brasil
Phone: +55-19-3030-3422

Job Opportunities

We invite you to join the Matsui team!

If you are intellectually curious, thoughtful, engaging and enthusiastic, Matsui wants you to join our team. When you join us, you'll enjoy a wide variety of career advancement opportunities and benefits, including:

  • 401k
  • Health & life insurance
  • Paid holidays
  • Personal vacation days
  • Performance-based annual bonus
  • Friendly work environment
  • Equal opportunity employer
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