When it comes to business success, there can be no shortcuts. Product quality and customer satisfaction are the main goals, with numerous vital steps from development to distribution to consider.
For the past 37 years, Tokyo-based O’will Corporation has made it their mission to provide total business coordination throughout the entire product cycle. From supplying materials and product development across all phases to establishing a delivery system and providing new product support, O’will has all bases covered— upstream to downstream of the supply chain.
O’will positions itself as a multi-functional company, creating opportunities for customers and products to come together with effective sales systems and relevant ideas in the marketplace. The company leverages its strengths and expertise— combining the detailed approach of a specialty seller with the broad knowledge of a general retailer—to provide its clients with a seamless end-to-end experience, especially in the wholesale food and beverage sector.
“Our strength is in one-stop trade service. We deal with various raw materials and environmental equipment, like waste water treatment systems and large industrial sealing fans. Our customers, especially F&B businesses, can procure everything they need from our company, in one go. We provide our clients with a stable supply of raw materials, a high level of expertise, and quality control,” shares Kazuki Date, O’will’s president and COO.
Holding fast to its distinction as a unique trading company in Japan, O’will adds value to its clients by establishing new and reliable supply sources, client networks, and market possibilities. The brand’s clientele comprises top food and beverage companies in Japan, resulting in annual sales of 28.3 billion yen at the end of the fiscal year in March 2022. “We also have an office in Seattle, USA, and are expanding our trading arms in South East Asia. We hope to open our affiliate office there in the very near future, both for F&B and environmental businesses,” Date notes.
“The ASEAN region is an important market, showing strong growth and a maturing food culture. We firmly believe that we can provide the same quality of service in Southeast Asia by making full use of our experiences in Japan.”