1. Home
  2. Newsroom
  3. News
  4. Kyocera Plans New Manufacturing Plant in Japan's Nagasaki Prefecture by 2026

Kyocera Plans New Manufacturing Plant in Japan's Nagasaki Prefecture by 2026

Company envisions up to 1,000 jobs in Isahaya City as other sites near full capacity

  • facebooktwitterlinkedin
Kyocera Corporation (President: Hideo Tanimoto; hereinafter, "Kyocera") today announced plans to build a new manufacturing plant in Isahaya City, Nagasaki Prefecture, to advance its business expansion goals. The company has made an offer to acquire approximately 150,000 square meters (about 37 acres) in the Minami Isahaya Industrial Park.

Kyocera aims to achieve sales of JPY 2 trillion in its current fiscal year (ending March 31, 2023) and has set a long-term sales target of JPY 3 trillion by the fiscal year ending March 31, 2029. The company's capital investment is expected to reach a record high of JPY 200 billion in the current fiscal year, mainly due to strong demand for components related to advanced semiconductors. Kyocera plans even higher levels of investment in FY2024 and beyond, as compared to the FY2023 projection.

The company's vision for a new plant in Isahaya City comes amid plans to increase production capacity both domestically and internationally, at a time when existing Kyocera campuses have little or no room to expand. The choice of Isahaya City was based on many attributes necessary to optimize future business development, including the area's convenient transportation options, excellent human resources, and superior local infrastructure including energy.

Kyocera believes its future growth plans can contribute to the development of the local community by revitalizing the economy of Nagasaki Prefecture and creating new employment opportunities.

■ Outline of Land Acquisition
Name Minami Isahaya Industrial Park
Location Oguri District, Isahaya City, Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan
Total area Approx.150,000㎡
Operation to begin 2026
Products to be made To be announced, after components business demand analysis.
Employment New plant could ultimately require up to 1,000 employees

This news release is intended for media purposes, and is current of the date of publication. Information is subject to change without notice.