The Fasteners Institute of Japan

The Fasteners Institute of Japan (FIJ) is a key public interest corporation that represents the fastener industry of Japan, and established for the purpose of keeping the industry advanced, enhancing its technical capacity, and also supporting rapidly-evolving Japanese manufacturers as a whole.

The Japanese fastener industry is comprised of approximately 3,000 manufacturers that produce a total of approximately 1 trillion yen worth of fasteners annually and approximately 400 distributers and trading companies that generate a total of approximately 450 billion yen in annual revenue. These companies work day in, day out to improve quality of products and service they offer, with the goal of becoming the world's most advanced producers and suppliers of screws that fully satisfy customers.