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Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd.
Asahi Kasei Corporation
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Yukasansyo Kenzai Co.Ltd.
Started planning, research and development for manufacturing heat insulated material made of formed polystyrene.
Founded Kanayama Kasei Kogyo. Named the heat insulating product as “SK Foam” and started manufacturing and selling the products. The monthly production capacity was approximately five tons.
Opend Nagoya Sales Office in Marunouchi Naka-ku Nagoya-city, Aichi.
Established Kanayama Kasei Co., Ltd. Increased production to 10 tons per month.
Contracted with Yuka Badische Company Limited that Kanayama Kasei as a designated forming factory of formed Polystyrene for FMC.
Contracted with Yuka Badische Company Limited that Kanayama Kasei Co.,Ltd. as a designated forming factory of YB Board and processing it on brought in materials.
Moved Nagoya Sales Office to Shikishima-cho Kita-ku Nagoya-city, Aichi.
Opened Hamamatsu Sales Branch in Wada–cho Hamamatsu-city, Shizuoka.
Constructed Yonezu Distribution Center in order to expedite delivery of goods.
Opened Inuyama Factory(Kanayama Kasei Inuyama Co.,Ltd)in Haguro Inuyama-city, Aichi for production of various packing materials made of formed polystyrene. At this point, production capacity was 70 tons per month.
Finished construction of Main Factory’s new facilities for manufacturing construction materials. Further rationalized the production management system and the quality control system. Monthly production significantly increased to 230 tons.
Started general construction business; sheet metal processing, heat insulation and interior finish works. (The approval number from the Governor of Aichi Prefecture 51-18905)
The main factory obtained sanction as JIS Factory, or Japanese Industrial Standards Factory. (The approval number from the Minister of International Trade and Industry: 477086.) Also started manufacturing and sales of JISA 9511 approved heat insulation sheets and pipes.
Opened Shizuoka Factory(Kanayama Kasei Shizuoka Co.,Ltd.)in Mori-machi Shuchi-gun, Shizuoka for production of formed polystyren. The monthly production capacity was 100 tons.
Opened Tokyo Sales Office in Takanawa Minato-ku, Tokyo.
Set up Chuo Kako Co.,Ltd. Started operation in October to manufacture Formed Polystyrene(Product Name; MEF)on brought in materials.
Established Meihoku Kasei Co.,Ltd. (current Kasugai Factory)in Shimozu-cho Kasugai-city, Aichi.
Established Polyfoam Kanayama Appliance Limited; a joint Corporation in Bangkok, Thailand. It was the first overseas project of Kanayama Kasei Co.,Ltd.
Founded Kanayama Kasei Tsukuba Co.,Ltd. in Akeno-cho, Ibaraki. The construction of the Tsukuba Factory was started in February 1991.
Established Kanako Co.,Ltd. At Yonezu Distribution Center; separating the processing Department and the Distribution Department.
Polyfoam Kanayama Appliances limited; the joint corporation in Thailand was formally opened.
The five Kanayama Kasei Group companies; Kanayama Orifu Limited Ownership Co.,Ltd. Kanayama Kasei Inuyama Co.,Ltd. Kanayama Kasei Shizuoka Co.,Ltd. Meihoku Kasei Co.,Ltd. and Kanayama Kasei Tsukuba Co.,Ltd. were merged into Kanayama Kasei Co.,Ltd.
Established Espo Co. in Miya-machi Nishio-city, Aichi and Espo Kasugai Factory in Shimozu-cho Kasugai-city, Aichi.
Moved Nagoya Sales Branch to Shiromi-dori Kita-ku Nagoya-city, Aichi.
Moved Tokyo Sales Branch to Kaji-cho Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo.
Opened Osaka Office in Sonehigashi-cho Fuchu-city, Osaka.
Opened Okazaki Sales Branch in Higashimyodaiji-cho Okazaki-city, Aichi.
Tsukuba factory obtained sanction as JIS Factory, or Japanese Industrial Standards Factory. (The approval number from the Minister of International Trade and Industry: 397011.) Also started manufacturing and sales of JISA 9511 approved heat insulation sheets and pipes.
Established Chuo Kako(Thailand)Co.,Ltd. in Samutprakan, Thailand.
Established Green Earth Co.,Ltd. (Spun off old Okazaki Office) in Higashimyodaiji-cho Okazaki-city, Aichi.
Established Kanayama Kasei(Thailand)Co.,Ltd. in Chonburi, Thailand.(Amata Factory)
Established Cinqvit Co.,Ltd. in Yushima Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo.
Shift to ISO9001-2000(JAB:SGS/J/Q590, UKAS:QTW01132) Certification.
Moved Cinqvit Co.,Ltd. to Kaji-cho Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo.
Established Kanayama Kasei(Thailand)Co.,Ltd. Rojana Factory in Ayutthaya, Thailand.
Shift to ISO14001-2004(JP08/070420.0) Certification.
Green Earth Co.,Ltd. was merged into Kanayama Kasei Co.,Ltd.
Shift to ISO9001-2008(JP08/061005.0) Certification.
Opened Development center in Yonezucho, Nishio-city, and moved a Sales Group, a Mold Group, a Technica
Kanayama Kasei(Thailand)Co.,Ltd. built a new factory in the Amatanakorn Industrial estate,and integrated Amata factory, Rojana factory and CKT into it.