INCJ is a unique public-private partnership aiming for promoting innovations and enhancing the value of Japanese Businesses. INCJ is capitalized at $3 billion with the Japanese government injecting $2.7 billion and 26 private corporations.
Japanese government guarantees a total of $18 billion for INCJ investments, giving it an investment capability of approximately $20 billion.
JSR Corporation was founded in 1957 to domestically manufacture synthetic rubbers for tire materials, semiconductor materials, display materials and biomedical materials. The materials are used in every aspect of our daily lives.
SCREEN Holdings Co., Ltd.
Japanese semiconductor and electronic company manufactures and distributes the world's top share products; semiconductors, flat panel displays, media and precision technology manufacturing equipment. Based on its own core technologies, SCREEN expands their businesses to a renewable energy, an inspection and measurement, life sciences, and a printed electronics.
TDK Corporation is a multinational electronics company that, together with its subsidiaries, manufactures electronic components, modules and systems, power supplies, magnetic application products as well as energy devices including lithium-ion rechargeable batteries.
DAI-ICHI SEIKO Co., Ltd.
Dai-ichi Seiko Group, who are proceeding with businesses specializing in precision technology based on the mold tooling technology. The company produces connectors, sensors and equipment for automobile industry and consumer electronics products.
Musashi Seimitsu Industry Co., Ltd.
Musashi is a global auto parts Tier 1 company for automobiles and motorcycles, whose headquarters is located in Toyohashi, Japan. It specializes in designing, developing and manufacturing power train products such as Differential Assemblies, Planetary Gear Assemblies, Transmission Gears and Assemblies, and Reduction Gears for xEVs, which are supplied to global major OEMs and Tier 1s.