The Tokyo headquarters will be managed by Shuntaro Yamasaki, two years after the company began operations in Japan
“We felt it was time to further establish our local presence in such a highly innovative and flourishing market,” said Paul Webster, general manager of TNA Asia.
“The opening of TNA Japan is an exciting milestone for us and yet another important step in our global expansion strategy, which now consists of 30 offices around the world.”
Yamasaki said the local processing market has become one of most innovative in the world.
“I’m excited to be part of such a dynamic business and look forward to support our existing and new customers with cutting-edge food processing and packaging solutions,” he added.
The company has also launched a website in Japanese, which features TNA’s product portfolio and library of brochures, product sell sheets and demo videos. Visitors also have access to technical white papers and solution-based blogs.