TOP Company overview

Company overview

Trade name
Yamaichi Chemical Industries Co., Ltd.
Head office
Ueno Frontier Tower 15F, 3-24-6 Ueno,
Taito-ku, Tokyo, 110-0005
Phone: 03-3832-8121
Fax: 03-3835-3820
Nasu Plant
1-221, Hiruta, Otawara-shi, Tochigi, 324-0412
(Shinagawadai Kogyo Danchi-nai)
Phone: 0287-98-2780
Fax: 0287-98-2786
Order-receiving Center
Phone: 0287-98-2783
Fax: 0210-85-8180
Foundation
August 11, 1952
Capital
330 million yen
Shareholders
Kanematsu Chemicals Corporation
Mitsubishi Shoji Chemical Corporation
Miyata Corporation Co., Ltd.
(holding at least 10% shares)
Business description
  • Manufacturing and selling of paint products and solvents
  • Manufacturing and selling of chemical products and reagents
  • Manufacturing and selling of food additives, food product materials and brewing agents
  • Manufacturing and selling of processing equipment for plastics/rubber and auxiliary materials such as cleaning agents, anticorrosive agents, lubricants and mold release agents
  • Manufacturing and selling of paint removers for external walls and others
  • Collection and transport of industrial waste subject to special control
Number of employees
Head office: 35
Plant: 95
(as of December 1, 2016)
Main banks
Shoko Chukin Bank
Mizuho Bank
Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ
Ashikaga Bank
History
August 1952
Founded in Fukagawa (Tokyo) as a company engaged in manufacturing and selling of paint and industrial solvents
October 1964
Built Saitama Plant in Misato-machi (currently Misato-shi), Kitakatsushika-gun, Saitama
January 1981
Started manufacturing and selling auxiliary materials for plastic molding
February 1992
Started painter business
October 1994
Built Nasu Plant in Shinagawadai Kogyo Danchi (Shinagawadai Industrial Park) in Yuzukamimura, Nasu-gun (currently Otawara-shi), Tochigi
January 1996
Integrated manufacturing into Nasu Plant
January 2002
Obtained ISO 9001:2000 certification
February 2005
Obtained ISO 14001:1996 certification
July 2006
Steel bridge paint film removal technology “Invairowan Method” received the highest award at the Infrastructure Technology Development Award
July 2007
“Invairowan Method” received the Prime Minister’s Award in the Second Monodzukuri Nippon Grand Award
June 2010
Built a new third manufacturing building (exclusively for fermentation alcohol) at the Nasu Plant
October 2011
Transferred the sales business of “Invairowan method” to Invairowansystem Co., Ltd.
May 2013
Started selling Biohakuri X (remover for steel structures)
June 2013
Expanded the third manufacturing building (exclusively for fermentation alcohol) at the Nasu Plant
March 2014
Acquired adjacent site (10,000 square meters) at the Nasu Plant as a plant site
December 2015
Acquired adjacent site (9,582.1 square meters) at the Nasu Plant as a plant site
May 2016
Built a new rest building at the Nasu Plant
September 2016
Built a new fourth manufacturing building (for mixing resin and others) at the Nasu Plant
May 2017
May 2017 Establishment of Nasu factory shipping place
 
To the present
Changes in revenue
56th period (September 2014) 11,637 million yen
57th period (September 2015) 12,050 million yen
58th period (September 2016) 12,574 million yen
Nasu Plant
Site area
62,582.1 square meters
Production capacity
Solvents: 5,000 tons/month
Chemical products: 1,300 tons/month

Map

Head office
Ueno Frontier Tower 15F, 3-24-6 Ueno,
Taito-ku, Tokyo, 110-0005
Phone: 03-3832-8121 Fax: 03-3835-3820
Nasu Plant
1-221, Hiruta, Otawara-shi, Tochigi, 324-0412
(Shinagawadai Kogyo Danchi-nai)
Phone: 0287-98-2780 Fax: 0287-98-2786