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Name NEAGARI SHIBUYA CO., LTD.
Address I-52-2, Yoshiharagamaya-machi, Nomi, Ishikawa 929-0121 JAPAN
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Established April 1956
Capital 97.5 million yen
Employees 70
Representative
Officer
Hiroshi Kitamura, President
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Business
Design, manufacturing, and repair of hydraulic presses and hydraulic special-purpose machines, manufacturing of their feeders, and all ancillary businesses
Manufacturing of hard disk grinders and liquid crystal manufacturing devices as an OEM
 Parent
Company
SHIBUYA CORPORATION
(Listed on the first section of Tokyo and Nagoya Stock Exchanges)
bank
Reference
The Hokkoku Bank, Ltd. Head Office
 ISO9001/
 ISO14001
  MS JAB CM007   ISO9001 / ISO14001   ISO 9001 certified on: Aug. 1, 1998
Registration No.: 98QR-129
Scope: Design and manufacturing of hydraulic presses and peripheral equipment

ISO 14001 certified on: Aug. 5, 2011
Registration No.: 11ER-843
Scope: Design and manufacturing of hydraulic presses and peripheral equipment
Manufacturing of liquid crystal glass substrate manufacturing devices
 

History

1946 Seijiro Minami, our founder, resigns Komatsu Ltd. and establishes Minami-gumi.
The company mainly provides remodeling and repair services for the hydraulic presses and machine tools of Komatsu Ltd.
1949 Reorganizes into Neagari Kosakusho and starts manufacturing hydraulic presses and water presses as the companyfs own products.
1956 Reorganizes into Neagari Kosakusho Co., Ltd., with a capital of one million yen.
1964 Increases its capital to 6 million yen. Relocates the headquarters and the factory to the current location and newly constructs the buildings.
1965 Enters into a business and technological partnership with Osaka Kiko Co., Ltd. (current OKK Corporation) and develops a new field of hydraulic press.
1969 Increases its capital to 10 million yen and builds the second factory.
1973 Builds the third factory for upsizing of press products.
1974 Enters into a business partnership with Yuken Kogyo Co., Ltd, a global manufacturer of hydraulic equipment, and enters the field of special presses.
1979 Enters into a business partnership with Komatsu Ltd., a global manufacturer of forging machinery.
1982 Establishes Neagari Co., Ltd., as the commercial division.
1991 Increases its capital to 97.5 million yen, adopts CAD, and expands the office.
Acquires more land next to the fourth factory and expands the fourth factory.
1994 Ties up with System Seiko Co., Ltd. and starts production of disk grinders as an OEM.
1996 Starts dispatching employees to the human resource development company, Iwill Co., Ltd.
1998 Obtains ISO 9001 certification based on the assessment by the High Pressure Gas Safety Institute of Japan and registers as an ISO 9001 certified company.
2000 Converts half (the west side) of the third factory into a cleanroom to start manufacturing liquid crystal manufacturing devices as an OEM.
2003 Inherits the powder molding press business of Yuken Kogyo Co., Ltd. and opens the Tokyo Office.
2004 Builds the fifth factory (cleanroom) for upsizing and a boost in production of liquid crystal manufacturing devices.
Signs a manufacturing contract with FTL, a global manufacturer of fine blanking press, and starts production as an OEM.
2007 Installs a five-face machining center with a 3,000-mm-by-6,000-mm sized table to cope with upsizing and a boost in production.
2008 Builds the sixth factory (cleanroom).
2011 Obtains ISO 14001 certification based on the assessment by the High Pressure Gas Safety Institute of Japan and registers as an ISO 9001 certified company.
 2012 Becomes a group company of the Shibuya group and changes its name to NEAGARI SHIBUYA Co., Ltd.
   
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