Iwaki Industry was founded in 1980 by Fumiaki Itsubo, our current chairman, with just two employees.
At that time our major customers were press molding companies in the Tokai region, and our philosophy was, “Supporting our customers when they have problems, no matter what!”
With the fruit of many years of implementation and experience we have expanded nationwide and around the world, with customers telling us they know that “If we ask, Iwaki will take care of it!” We have built a solid foundation in the hydraulic press industry.
Even as the world changes at a rapid pace, we carry on the philosophy of our predecessors to continue to work as a team with a global vision, able to make proposals that exceed the expectations of our customers. Iwaki Industries seeks to be the only place our customers go to ask about presses as we work diligently to meet their needs.
President Hideyuki Itsubo
We seek to be a unique enterprise providing peace of mind, joy and happiness by working together to use technology for making hydraulic presses that we have fostered over many years.
|Company name||Iwaki Industry Co., Ltd.|
|Address||2-233-2 Toriganji, Yatomi City, Aichi Prefecture JAPAN 490-1403|
|Taiwan incorporation Address||Taiwan IWAKI CO.,LTD 5F.-2, No. 2-1, Ln. 89, Siwei Rd., North Dist., Hsinchu City 300, Taiwan (R.O.C.)|
|Description of Business||Design, production, sales, repair and modification of hydraulic presses|
|Banks||The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Chukyo Bank, Aichi Shinkin Bank|
15 minutes by taxi from Kintetsu Kanie Station on the Kintetsu Nagoya Line
5 km (10 minutes) north from Wangan Yatomi IC on the Isewangan Expressway
7km (15 minutes) south from Kanie IC on the Higashi-Meihan Expressway
|Apr. 1980||Established in 91-5 Kawahara, Shippocho Ifuku, Ama City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan|
|Mar. 1984||Moved to 2-1406 Nishifushiya, Nakagawa-ku, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture Japan|
|May 1992||Moved and completed factory at 2-233-2 Toriganji, Yatomi City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan|
|Jan. 2000||Started production of made-in-Taiwan machines at a partner factory in Taiwan|
|Apr. 2004||Purchased neighboring land (330㎡)|
|Nov. 2005||Started joint development with a rubber molding mold maker|
|Nov. 2006||Started production of made-in-China machines at a partner factory in China|
|Aug. 2008||Production of computer communication control machinery (various settings, data locking functions)|
|Apr. 2009||Development of simple vacuum devices (able to be installed in current machines)|
|Dec. 2010||Succeeded in development and production of 700 ton powder molding machine|
|Nov. 2011||Planned to obtain ISO9001 (Scheduled to obtain in November 2012)|
|Aug. 2012||Obtained ISO9001 certification|
|Feb. 2015||Expanded factory to support increased orders (395㎡)|
|Jun. 2015||Purchased neighboring land (570㎡)|
|Jan. 2016||Cooperate with the second Taiwan company|
|Nov. 2016||Taiwan office began|
|Aug. 2017||Taiwan incorporation [Taiwan IWAKI CO.,LTD]|
|Jul. 2018||Cooperate with the third Taiwan company|
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