Industry Sectors

Kiyokuni boasts a broad spectrum of industry knowledge and expertise derived from developing thousands of projects with customers since opening in Telford in 1987.

Find out more about how Kiyokuni can help your Industry Sector by clicking on one of the boxes below. For bespoke projects, contact our team of Estimators by or by completing the

Kiyokuni is proud to have worked with leading global automotive brands for many years.

Automotive expertise now forms the backbone of our European business, and our portfolio covers Tier one and Tier two customers.

With the ability to tackle almost any presswork challenge within this sector, our team specialises in working hand-in-glove with all our customers from design, through prototyping and onto manufacturing and finishing.

Our investment in modern, quality machinery ensures minimal downtime and waste, while producing everything from simple pressings to hugely complex assemblies in a variety of materials, delivered in time and as promised.

Independently certified against automotive industry standard IATF 16949, Kiyokuni Europe ensure best practice is consistently achieved when designing, developing and manufacturing automotive products.

How we can help you

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Historically, our international reputation was built upon servicing the Office Automation sector. Over time, and as our in-house capabilities expanded, we have attracted customers in a wide range of industrial sectors including HVAC, Agriculture and White Goods.

We predict demand across these sectors to grow significantly over the next decade as new and existing manufacturers diversify into emerging industries such as Renewables and as these new technologies dictates infrastructure renewal.

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Off Highway

Kiyokuni boasts a wealth of experience within this important sector. As infrastructure renewal and the construction industry recovers from the pandemic, demand for off-highway equipment is predicted to increase.

We specialise in the supply of metal pressings and low volume fabrications within this sector, as well as bespoke ‘one-offs’ for existing customers.