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Trade name
Nisshin Yoki Co., Ltd.
Founded
April 16, 1910
Date of Establishment
December 25, 1951
Capital
25 million yen
President
Masato Yamamoto
Business Content
Buying, selling and restoring steel containers, high pressure gas cylinders, plastic containers and other kinds of containers.
Buying and selling steel plates, steel, measure gauges, building materials for home use, other metal products and waste products. Buying and selling other general containers and all business relating to the activities listed above.
Investment in China, other
Office
■Head office
1-13-15 Ebie, Fukushima-ku, Osaka 553-0001, Japan
TEL:06-6452-1131(代) FAX:06-6452-1136
■Tokyo office
5th Floor Nissei Bldg., 6-2-8 Sotokanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0021, Japan
TEL:03-5807-5678(代) FAX:03-5807-5077
■Amagasaki plant
1-4 Higashi Kaigancho, Amagasaki, Hyogo 660-0843, Japan
TEL:06-6409-0651(代) FAX:06-6409-0652
Affiliated Companies
Kyoritsu Container Industry Co.,Ltd.(200ℓ closed drum regeneration)
Nisshin Chemical Container Co.,Ltd.(Plastic container manufacturing)
Nisshin Transport Co.,Ltd.(Freight)
Mizukami Mekki Kogyo Co.,Ltd.(Container parts plating)
ADR Co.,Ltd.(Investment in Chinese enterprise,etc.)
Nisshin Yoki Asia Holdings Co.,Limited
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Summary

1910 April Established as Yokisho Katotashoten
1946 December Changed name to Marunishoten
    Commenced 200ℓ drum can recycling at the company factory
1951 December Restructured as a company limited and changed the company name to Nisshin Yoki Co., Ltd.
1964 June Established the Amagasaki plant in Tsugiya, Amagasaki as a recycling plant for 200ℓ closed head cans, drum cans and 200ℓ open head cans
1965 July Established affiliated company Nisshin Chemical Container Co., Ltd.
1967 May Introduced 200ℓ open head drum can continuous recycling facilities at the Amagasaki plant
1968 April Opened the Tokyo sales office
1969 May Constructed a new head office
  June Established affiliated company Maruni Co., Ltd. (Abolished May 2003)
1970 May Transferred Amagasaki plant
1974 February Introduced the latest continuous recycling line at Higashikaigancho, Amagasaki for 200ℓ closed head drum cans (1970) and 200ℓ open head drum cans (1974) and conducted the complete transition from Tsugiya, Amagasaki
1977 August Introduced manufacturing facilities for synthetic resin containers using the rotational molding method at the head office plant (Currently transferring manufacturing to Nisshin Chemical Container Co., Ltd.)
1980 November Introduced a high pressure cleaner to the 200ℓ open head drum can recycling facilities in Amagasaki plant
1983 December Acquired a warehouse at Higashihama, Amagasaki (loaned to Kyoritsu Container Industry Co., Ltd in November, 1997)
1985 August Introduced a high pressure cleaner to the 200ℓ closed head drum can recycling facilities in Amagasaki plant
1987 September Merged affiliate companies Sunriver Plastics Co., Ltd. and Kawatetsu Containers Co., Ltd and commenced the manufacture of plastic drum cans (abolished March 1997).
1988 January Reestablished a new warehouse in Higashigancho, Amagasaki (loaned to Nisshin Chemical Container Co., Ltd. and commenced the manufacture of synthetic resin including 1000ℓ containers)
1991 May Established affiliated company Nisshin Transport Co., Ltd. and commenced freight business
1996 November Merged and established affiliated companies Mizukami Kogyo Co., Ltd. and Mizukami Kosakusho and commenced electroplating drum can components
1997 April Merged and established affiliated companies Kyoritsu Container Industry Co., Ltd. and Kyodo Yoki Co., Ltd. and introduced the latest continuous recycling line for 200ℓ closed head drum cans.
1998 January Transferred 200ℓ closed head drum can recycling from Amagasaki plant to Kyoritsu Container Industry Co., Ltd.
1999 February Moved the Tokyo sales office to Kuramae, Daito-ku
2000 April Registered Amagasaki plant as ISO9002:1994
2001 January Introduced internal high temperature baking and painting facilities for 200ℓ open head drum cans at Amagasaki plant
  September Introduced 200ℓ open head drum can recycling facilities at the Amagasaki plant
2002 April Registered Osaka Sales Department as ISO9002:1994
  December Moved the Tokyo sales office to Yushima, Bunkyo-ku
2003 April Registered Amagasaki plant/Osaka Sales Department as ISO9001:2000
2004 September Registered the entire company as ISO14001:1996
2005 February Moved the Tokyo sales office to Sotokanda, Chiyoda-ku
  August Registered the entire company as ISO14001:2004 (transferred)
2007 May Jointly established ADR Co., Ltd. as a foothold for the drum recycling business in China with five Japanese companies
2009 October Merged and established Reed Co., Ltd. and Kansai Drum Can Industry Co., Ltd
2010 April 100th anniversary
2011 July Closed the head office plant
2012 July Introduced 1t container washing device
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