AIDA Company | Global Manufacturing

AIDA Global Manufacturing

Global Metalforming Solutions World-wide AIDA operates approximately 2 million square feet of manufacturing capacity in eight facilities:

AIDA Engineering, LTD. | Japan

AIDA Engineering, LTD., Tsukui Plant Division | Japan

ACCESS, LTD. | Japan

AIDA-America Corporation | USA

AIDA Europe | Italy

AIDA Engineering Malaysia | Malaysia

AIDA Press Machinery Systems | China

AIDA Engineering, LTD. Manufacturing Facility PhotoAIDA Engineering, LTD. As the AIDA Global Group's main R&D engineering and manufacturing base, AIDA Engineering, LTD. responds to world market demands with leading technology in specialty fields that include presses, controls, tooling and automation devices.

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Tsukui Manufacturing Facility PhotoAIDA Engineering, LTD. Tsukui AIDA's plant in Tsukui has been refurbished to accommodate expanded production of AIDA's ULX, the ultimate in precision metalforming.

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ACCESS, LTD. Manufacturing Facility PhotoACCESS, LTD. ACCESS, LTD. supplies advanced technology systems including press material supply systems, press-to-press automation and transfer machines, forming system controls and industrial robots for machine tool and textile machines.

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AIDA-America Corp. Manufacturing Facility PhotoAIDA-America Corporation Established in 1995, the AIDA-America facility (Dayton, Ohio) manufacturers, sells and services the full range of AIDA stamping presses. AIDA-America has a 160,000 ft² (14,864 sq m²) facility, on 49 acres (198,296 sq m²) which includes a 2007 addition of a 17,600 ft² (1635 sq m²) welding and fabrication shop.
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AIDA Engineering, LTD. Manufacturing Facility PhotoAIDA Europe Established in 1898, AIDA Europe, Brescia, Italy (formally Rovetta) specializes in the manufacturing of tandem lines and transfer presses for the automotive industry. AIDA Europe is the AIDA Group’s European Headquarters for Engineering, Sales, Service & Support.

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AIDA Manufacturing Malaysia Manufacturing Facility PhotoAIDA Engineering Malaysia Incorporated in 1996, and specializing in manufacturing general purpose presses, AIDA Engineering Malaysia utilizes an integrated manufacturing system built to complement the regional technical center in Singapore and its comprehensive sales and service network in Asia.

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AIDA Engineering China Co., LTD. Manufacturing Facility PhotoAIDA Press Machinery Systems Established in 2002 to support AIDA’s global manufacturing plan, the Press Machinery Systems facility focuses on medium and large size presses using the latest state-of-the-art facilities. In addition, aftermarket support service is available in six sales and service bases across China.

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AIDA Global Network Locations

21 Countries, 39 Cities, Global Metalforming SolutionsAIDA Global Network, Manufacturing, Sales, Service
For nearly a century AIDA has led the industry in building, servicing and supporting mechanical press systems. With a global network that meets companies' region specific needs anywhere in the world, AIDA's flexible infrastructure includes manufacturing facilities in the United States, Europe, China, Japan and Malaysia, as well as sales, service and support offices in some 36 cities across 18 countries. For customers, that means the ability to not only purchase the right production solutions but have 24/7 access to technical support, upgrades and turnkey packages custom designed by AIDA engineers.

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