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Mitsubishi Chemical Group


Tokyo, Japan




Materials Engineering

What we do

Mitsubishi Chemical Group Corporation is a specialty materials provider with an unwavering commitment to lead with innovative solutions to achieve KAITEKI, the well-being of people and the planet. We bring deep expertise and material science leadership in core market segments such as mobility, digital, food, and medical. In this way, we enable industry transformation, technology breakthroughs, and longer, more fruitful lives for us all. Together, around 70,000 employees worldwide provide advanced chemistry-based solutions to deliver the core elements of our slogan — “Science. Value. Life.

Latest Posts

The global surge in thermoplastics demand has led to increased production and plastic waste, surpassing annual production levels, necessitating the development of sustainable recycling methods and practices throughout the product life cycle to mitigate environmental impacts.

Engineering Thermoplastics Guide. Chapter 6. Sustainability and Recycling of Engineering Thermoplastics

Composites are materials composed of a matrix and reinforcement, offering unique advantages and properties derived from both components.

Engineering Thermoplastics Guide. Chapter 5. Thermoplastic Composites and Their Applications

3D printed Body-contouring Therapeutic Positioning Equipment provides support for people with mild to moderate control of the body and reduces damage caused by improper seating during child development.

Revolutionizing Comfort: Testa-Seat Triumphs in the FGF Engineering Challenge with Innovative 3D-Printed Adaptive Seating

Ongoing research in thermoplastic materials science since its inception has led to groundbreaking discoveries like nylon and Kevlar, and now focuses on innovative formulations and processing methods, pushing technological boundaries, as explored in this chapter on the latest advancements.

Engineering Thermoplastics Guide. Chapter 4: Advancements in Thermoplastic Materials Science

To enhance the applicability of thermoplastics across various industries, reinforcing additives are added to improve properties such as mechanical strength, UV resistance, and conductivity, contributing to the material's overall performance.

Engineering Thermoplastics Guide. Chapter 3. Performance Enhancement Strategies for Engineering Plastics Products

This chapter excerpt discusses thermoplastic processing in engineering, highlighting challenges like precise parameter control and moisture sensitivity while emphasizing methods like injection molding, extrusion, and additive manufacturing for shaping thermoplastics to meet diverse needs.

Engineering Thermoplastics Guide. Chapter 2. Processing Techniques of Engineering Thermoplastics