Aichi Steel (愛知製鋼, Aichi Seikō); is a Japanese steel manufacturer. It is a member of the Toyota Group. Aichi Steel was one of the earliest subsidiaries of the Toyota Group. Kiichiro Toyoda, Toyota's founder struggled to manufacture automobiles as steel producers were uninterested to supply his small workshop the steel sheets for automobiles. To address the problem, Toyoda bought his own furnace that provided his company, the casting expertise and forming equipment that would shape a car. This iron workshop became the precursor of Aichi Steel. More information...

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