Kimoto Tech, Inc.
KIMOTO TECH, INC. (KTI) is a wholly owned subsidiary company of KIMOTO CO., LTD.; of which KIMOTO Co. is a worldwide publicly traded company. Kimoto Tech, Inc. includes sales coverage throughout the Unites States with Business Development Associates located close to all major cities. Plant/R&D operations are centralized in Cedartown, Georgia with prime access to the Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and east coast ports.
KTI's parent company, KIMOTO CO., LTD., is based in Tokyo. It was founded in 1949 specifically to develop new coating technologies. KTI was founded in the USA in 1973 to import and distribute printing supplies into the Graphic Arts Markets. In 1987, KTI established a manufacturing foothold by constructing a manufacturing operations to include a coating plant and research & development facility just outside of Atlanta, Georgia. Since then, KTI has captured a large and growing share of worldwide markets with a wide range of specialty films in support of digital, industrial and functional film applications.
Breaking ground for new Kimoto Tech in Cedartown
Polk County put its best foot forward during a welcoming ceremony for Kimoto Tech. Poised to break ground, left to right, are Frank Kawahana, Kimoto; State Rep. Bill Cummings, Cedartown City Commission Chairman Charles Himes, Polk County Commission Chairman Frank Lott; State Sen. Nathan Dean; Casey Kimoto, son of the company president; Mrs. Ujihito Kimoto; Ujihito Kimoto; Gov. Joe Frank Harris; Consul General Tadayuki Nonoyama; Rockmart Mayor Steve Smith; George Berry and Leah Herring.