No, as written this is not clear.
First of al, you should write "The United States is", not "the US are" ever since the US civil war, the country has been regarded as a single nation, not a collection of states, and the singular form is used. In formal or semi-formal writing such as a homework assignment, "US" should pe spelled out as "United States" at least the first time it is used.
Secondly, you should write "Japan" and not "the Japan". Unlike "the United States" or 'the Netherlands" but like the names of most other countries, "Japan" does not take an article.
Thirdly, "beats" is rather informal for this use, and is perhaps unduly combative. The word "surpasses" or "outdoes" would be better, in my view.
Fourthly, the word "there" is incorrect here, it should be "their", which is a possessive.
Fifthly, "industrial-fit" is an unusual and unclear term.
Finally the phrase
...but their capacities are much more industrial-fit."
does not make it clear whose capacities are better nor in what way exactly they are better. This phrase should be re-written, perhaps split off into one or more separate sentences.