Examples of Business Matching

CASE1:Sou-Show Co., Ltd.
Technology Exhibition Invited Unexpected Demand
Mr. Hassan Zahir, Managing Director of Reefside Co. Pvt. Ltd.
H.E. Mr. Ahmed Khaleel, Ambassador of the Republic of the Maldives to Japan, visited the booth of Sou-Show at the Kawasaki International Eco-Tech Fair 2013 and was impressed with the Energy Saving & Functional Window with Highly Efficient Hybrid Film "X-3 Film," a product exhibited at the fair.
Since the Maldives import most of its power from other countries, electricity expenses are approximately three times higher than that of Japan's. Therefore, energy saving is an urgent task of the country. Due to such a circumstance, a product which suppresses the flow of heat attracted him.
As a result of several meetings, Reefside Pvt. Ltd., a blue-chip company of the Maldives, decided to use the X-3 film for its building in 2014. Thus, business matching succeeded.

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They gave instructions on the installation method of the film while providing information on the capabilities of the X-3 film as a product. As a result, both the effect of the film and instruction of the installation method were highly esteemed. Later, both sides agreed on expanding the utilization of the X-3 film for a resort hotel. Thus, Shou-Show expanded into a new market.

Called on Ambassador Ahmed Khaleel
Experience the capabilities of X-3 film
Giving instructions to local personnel on the installation method

Introduction of the Product
The Energy Saving & Functional Window with Highly Efficient Hybrid Film "X-3 Film" significantly filters out harmful infrared rays without reducing the brightness of the sunlight to block external heat and improve cooling and heating efficiencies so that energy can be saved and the load to the environment can be reduced through the saving of electric power. Thus, X-3 film can provide a bright and comfortable space.
A building with windows to which the Energy Saving & Functional Window with Highly Efficient Hybrid Film "X-3 Film" was installed

CASE2:Fujiks Co., Ltd.
Technology exhibition as an opportunity for the "development/presentation of a new product"
At the Kawasaki International Eco-Tech Fair 2014, we exhibited "Ms. Fujiko," a solar panel cleaning robot that we had invented as our new service product. Its novelty, a ladybug type robot that cleans solar panels, was well-accepted and attracted many visitors. Moreover, thanks to coverage of the exhibition by media such as the Nihon Keizai Shimbun and the Kanagawa Shimbun, our products made appeals not only to visitors of the exhibition but to a wide range of people.
Demonstration of the robot at the booth in 2014

Improved Recognition Leads to Business Opportunities from all over Japan
Solar panel cleaning robot "Ms. Fujiko"
Since the end of the fair to the present date, we have received various inquiries from all over Japan. It is thanks to various media coverage on the occasion of the fair which generated awareness of cleaning services. At the job site, "Ms. Fujiko" works together with conventional methods to clean solar panels. "Ms. Fujiko" will clean the solar panels to protect the natural environment, and demonstrated the results it had obtained through the fair.

Introduction of Product/Service
The solar panel cleaning robot "Ms. Fujiko" provides cleaning services for solar panels. It is manipulated by a remote controller to carefully clean dirt on the panel. The robot can clean spots which are out of reach of humans or at power plants where solar panels are lined.
Lines of panels can be cleaned without a problem


Technology Exhibition as a Bridge to a Company in Other Cities
When we attended the Kawasaki International Eco-Tech Fair 2013 as an exhibitor, a representative from Funax Co., Ltd. in Tsubame City, Niigata Prefecture, visited our booth and was interested in our antibacterial resin product/technology using bamboo powder.
Funax was considering the utilization of crushed leaves of bamboo from Niigata as a raw material of a biomass plastic product as part of the company's new product development.
We held meetings that concluded with an NDA and began supplying a pellet of raw material utilizing the leaves of bamboo from Niigata.

Business Opportunities are Expanded
With Mr. Sin Wook Kang, CEO of HIKARI INNOVISION of Korea
A wide range of businesses including the manufacturing industry inquired about UNI-PELE, from the supply of raw material to the introduction of products using UNI-PELE. Thus, the fair led to an expansion of understanding of our products.


Introduction of the Product
UNI-PELE is an epoch-making material that uses vegetable-based plastic and does not rely on fossil energy. Bamboo-mixed resin (TAK-REM) has superior antibacterial activity and also has deterrent effects on mold and therefore is used for manufacturing household products such as food trays and chopsticks. Moreover, since it has low combustion calorie and the generation of toxic gas can be suppressed even when burned, UNI-PELE is a very environmentally friendly product.