DAIICHI MECHA-TECH CORPORATION DAIICHI MECHA-TECH CORPORATION

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Corporate Name Daiichi Mecha-Tech Corporation
Capital 320,000,000 yen
Establishment June 1, 1970
Executive Officers

President

Naoki Shimodaira

Senior Managing Director

Ryuici Ninomiya

Managing Director

Yutaka Hamada

Director

Shinji Otsuki

Director

Takahiro Toyoizumi

Director

Koji Karasawa

Auditor

Osamu Fukawa
Main Banks Mizuho Bank, Ltd.,
Uchisaiwaicho Corporate Banking Division
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation,
Kawaguchi Branch

History

June 1970 The company was established with capital of 2.5 million yen under the corporate name Daiichi Machinery Service Co., Ltd.
The Osaka resident office (present West Japan Center) and the Nagoya resident office (present Central Japan Center) opened simultaneously.
The first president Akira Kobayashi
April 1973 The Fukuoka resident office (present Fukuoka branch office) and the Hiroshima resident office (present Hiroshima branch office) opened simultaneously.
November 1976 Tadatsugu Tachibana assumed the office of the president.
December 1978 Capital increased to 5 million yen as the result of the first capital increase.
December 1980 Capital increased to 10 million yen as the result of the second capital increase.
January 1982 Capital increased to 20 million yen as the result of the third capital increase.
November 1982 Toshio Kawakami assumed the office of the chairman.
Kazuo Kitami assumed the office of the president.
February 1986 The Headquarters integrated and relocated to Ryoke, Kawaguchi, Saitama.
April 1986 Capital increased to 40 million yen as the result of the fourth capital increase.
April 1987 Nagoya branch office (present Central Japan Center) expanded and relocated to Meito-ku, Nagoya.
June 1988 Jyuko Nishimura assumed the office of chairman.
October 1988 Osaka Center (present West Japan Center) expanded and relocated to Tarumi-cho, Suita.
April 1989 Capital increased to 80 million yen as the result of the fifth capital increase.
June 1990 Shinichi Aoki assumed the office of the president.
September 1994 Sandai resident office (present Sendai branch office) opened.
October 1994 Corporate name changed to Daiichi Mecha-Tech.
May 1995 Annex of DST Center completed.
June 1996 Sadaji Watanabe assumed the office of the chairman.
June 1998 Shinichi Fujita assumed the office of the president.
September 2000 Nagoya Center (present Central Japan Center) expanded and relocated to Kifune, Meito-ku, Nagoya.
June 2001 Nobumasa Shintani assumed the office of the chairman.
December 2001 ISO 9001 Quality Management System Certification acquired.
March 2002 West Japan Center expanded and relocated to Esaka-cho, Suita.
February 2003 ISO 14001 Environmental Management System Certification acquired.
June 2003 Fujio Otokozawa assumed the office of the president.
January 2004 Daiichi Mecha-Tech (Shanghai) Corporation established in Shanghai, China.
June 2006 Kunihiro Yano assumed the office of the chairman.
June 2007 Kenzo Sato assumed the position of the president.
October 2007 Moriguchi Parts Solution Center opened.
January 2009 Capital increased to 160 million yen as the result of the sixth capital increase.
April 2009 Moriguchi Parts Solution Center (former Parts Group) relocated to Esaka-cho, Suita.
October 2009 Parts Group (present Parts Center) relocated to Head Quarters.
November 2010 Central Japan Center expanded and relocated to Yashirodai, Meito-ku, Nagoya.
April 2011 Kakegawa branch office opened.
June 2011 Takanori Ogura assumed the office of the president.
June 2013 Koji Yamagata assumed the office of the Chairman.
October 2013 DMC Center opened.
July 2014 Capital increased to 183.47 million yen as the result of the seventh capital increase.
November 2014 Capital increased to 320 million yen as the result of the eightth capital increase.
April 2015 Masaru Moriya assumed the office of the president.
April 2017 Fukuoka branch office related to Kokuraminami-ku, Kitakyusyu.
April 2020 Naoki Shimodaira assumed the office of the president.
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