About Us

Metal Pressings, Fabrication and Assemblies

Kiyokuni Europe Limited was established in 1987 as part of the Japanese owned, Kiyokuni Group.

Manufacturing metal pressings and assemblies for over 30 years, Kiyokuni Europe now occupies a 7,100m2, purpose built factory in Telford, Shropshire, offering a one-stop solution for its customers that includes design, prototype, manufacture and finish.

Delivering the best possible solution, every time.

Kiyokuni Europe maintains a loyal customer base through a distinct ‘customer first attitude’; combining the best of the UK and Japanese manufacturing methods to ensure a responsive, flexible and value added service with a commitment to problem solving.

The team consists of over 105 experienced and high skilled members of staff, producing pressings in volumes ranging from 1 part to 500,000 parts per month, supplying customers from a range of sectors including automotive, off highway and industrial.

Manufacturing on a global scale

Kiyokuni Europe is part of a global organisation, with other factories located throughout Asia.

The Kiyokuni Europe Journey so far…

1987
1988
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1992
1996
2001
2003
2005
2007
2015
2017
2018

1987

4th November 1987: Kiyokuni Europe is Established

1988

15th March 1988: Kiyokuni Europe Ltd starts Production in a 2,500 mUnit at Stafford Park, Telford.  

1990

4th December 1990: 5500 m2  purpose built factory at Priorslee handed over

1992

Kiyokuni Europe Ltd purchases an Amada NCT Turret Punch Press

1996

Kiyokuni Europe Ltd Purchases an Amada 250 Ton Progression Press

2001

Progression Press Capacity expanded with the Purchase of Aida 110 Ton and 160 Ton Presses.

2003

Further expansion of Progression capacity with the purcahse of an Aida 300 Ton Progression Press

2005

Purchase of an Amada Laser Machine and replacement of the original NCT Turret Punch

2007

6 x Chin Fong 200 Ton Presses purchased together with two further Progression Presses (250 Ton and 300 Ton)

2015

Purchase of an AIDA 400 Ton Progression Press

2017

Completion of a 1685 m2  extention to the factory.

2018

Investment in an Amada LCG 6KW Fibre Laser and a Robot Welding Facility