Oji Holdings is a pure holding company that consists of a group of operating companies engaged in various business fields.
The Oji Group leverages proprietary technologies gained through its 140 years of paper manufacturing to enhance the quality of existing products and to develop new and innovative functional products. It is also working to create renewable energy businesses using its vast forest resources. In this regard, the Oji Group’s business fields fall under five main categories: Industrial Materials, Household and Consumer Products, Functional Materials, Forest Resources and Environmental Marketing and Printing and Communications Media. This video takes a closer look at the activities of the Oji Group within each of these fields.
We sincerely hope that after watching this video you will have a greater understanding of our steadfast commitment to push the bounds and aggressively expand our presence globally beyond existing business domains.
Oji Group Corporate Video "Beyond the Boudaries" (13:53)
OJI GROUP, how we are in New Zealand (0:30)
We have been focusing on the forest resources business and have been operating Pan Pac in New Zealand and forest plantation companies in Oceania Region since 1973. Furthermore we have acquired the pulp and paper business campany Oji Fibre Solutions (formerly Carter Holt Harvey Pulp and Paper Limited) in 2014. This means that we could expand not only wood product business but also paperboard and packaging business in this region.
Oji Group will continue to actively promote OJI brand awareness in New Zealand.
Please see this commercial video, aired on television in New Zealand.
OJI GROUP, how we are in New Zealand
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Oji group has two major subsidiary companies based in New Zealand, Oji Fiber solutions and Pan Pac Forest Products Ltd.
“I’m proud to work with people who are great at what they do.”
Pan Pac Forest Products – also part of the integrated Oji Group.
“I am excited to be part of a company with such a positive future.”
Oji group – “Committed to delivering environmentally sustainable products.”