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Back in 1975, MARUSO INDUSTRY CO., LTD was established in Japan.
Our company is a manufacturer of plastic hangers and clips for dry cleaners. 
Company has manufacturing and marketing subsidiaries in the United States.
The maker movement has led to the creation of a number of technology products and solutions by typical individuals working without supportive infrastructure.
"Hacker spaces" and "Maker spaces" allow like-minded individuals to share ideas, tools, and skills.
Since I witnessed such current situation, I would like to contribute "maker movement" by connecting the Makers of U.S. and Japan on the web.
So I decided to create a website of "Geeks" and "Geeky Factory".
We will take full advantage of our resources such as "people with the skills of design", "mold designing", "injection molding", "know-how of making things", "bases for logistics and sales in Japan and the United States." etc.
We want to be a help in the realization of making attractive products to be commercialized, while helping to make the idea change the world.
Masakage Miura.

■ Corporate Name: Maruso Industry Co., Ltd. 
■ CEO: Masakage Miura(Facebook link)
■ Headquarters site:60-2 3-chome Shinmoji, Moji-ku Kitakyushu-shi, Fukuoka, Japan 800-0115
■ TEL :093-481-1122 
■ FAX :093-481-3639 
■ URL:http://www.maruso-industry.com
  US:http://www.marusousa.com
■ Foundation: 12/1/1975 
■ Capital: 50 million yen 
■ Number of employees: about 50
■CEO Biography:
Masakage Miura
He joined Mitsui & Co., Ltd. after graduating from the Faculty of Economics, University of Tokyo, and was stationed in Indonesia and South Africa for total of eight years.
In December 2007 he joined Maruso Industry Co., ltd. that his father founded, and is installed as CEO from June 2008. 
Maruso Industry Co., Ltd. has been developing and selling plastic hangers for dry cleaners, and have top market shares in Japan. 
Maruso has established a subsidiary in the United States since 2000, and are promoting the switch from the wire hangers to plastic ones in the U.S. market.