|Company name||Shinkoh Manufacturing Co., Ltd.|
|Capital||30 million yen|
|Number of employees||Overall 80 (Tokyo: 40, Tochigi: 40)|
|Business Description||Cutting and processing of Plastic products/ Manufacturing of insulation parts for various connectors and telecommunication equipment|
|Address||Head office & Factory : 5-11-1 Ebara, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo, 142-0063 Japan
Tokyo Factory No2 : 5-6-7, Ebara, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo, 142-0063 Japan
Nasu Factory : 28-5, Higashihara, Nasushiobara-shi, Tochigi, 325-0034 Japan
|Affiliated Banks||Shiba Shinkin Bank, Fudomae Branch
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, Senzoku Branch
Shoko Chukin Bank, Tokyo Branch
Meguro Shinkin Bank, Nishikoyama Branch
|Main Business Partners||DDK LTD.
HIROSE ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
Stack Electronics Co., Ltd.
NSK Micro Precision Co., Ltd.
Mito Seiko Corporation
Hokuriku Yuuki Industry Co., Ltd.
Others Medical equipment manufacturers, automobile manufacturers, etc.
|Subsidiary||Kyoshin Ernest Co., Ltd. (100% owned subsidiary)|
- We strive to provide high-quality products and become a company trusted by our customers.
- Aim to create a company that all employees can be proud of.
- Our company values the spirit of harmony among all employees.
- We are always ready to take on any challenge.
- We are committed to corporate ethics and compliance.
Practices and rules
- Thoroughly implement basic actions (greeting, reporting, communicating, organizing, tidying, and cleaning).
- Promote mutual trust among employees.
- Always be attentive and strive to create a cheerful working environment.
- Pursue the development of technical skills and abilities.
- Make sure that the personnel system is fair and impartial in its evaluation and treatment of employees.
|February 1963||Nobuo Tsunoda founded the company Tsunoda Manufacturing in 4-chome, Nishigotanda, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo.|
|April 1965||Factory moved to 2-chome, Higashiyukigaya, Ota-ku, Tokyo.|
|September 1967||Established as a limited company and changed its name to Shinkoh Manufacturing.|
|March 1970||Relocated to 5-6-7, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo (currently Tokyo Factory No.2)|
|December 1982||Capital increased to 5 million yen.|
|June 1990||Head office moved to new building.|
|September 1991||Acquired current Tokyo Factory through M&A and started operation.|
|April 1996||Kyoshin Ernest Co., Ltd. was spun off from the Tokyo Factory.|
|September 1998||Reorganized to a stock company and increased capital to 10 million yen.|
|April 2001||Nasu Factory established and started operation.|
|April 2004||Capital increased to 30 million yen.|
|November 2010||Masanori Tsunoda was appointed as Representative Director.|
|October 2014||Expanded Nasu Factory’s building and started operation.|
|December 2015||Kyoshin Ernest Co., Ltd. becomes a wholly owned subsidiary.|
|December 2016||Commended by the tax office as an excellent tax filing corporation.|
|May 2022||Contract a new office and factory and Relocated to 5-11-1, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo.|
|By Train||From Meguro Station on the JR Yamanote Line, get off at Nishikoyama Station on the Tokyu Meguro Line, and walk for 8 minutes.|
|By Car||From Nakahara Kaido Road, in the direction to Gotanda.
Turn left at the traffic light (Jyonan Shinyoh Kinko) and turn right at the cross roard with day-care facility, we are located on the right side.
|By train||15 minutes by car from JR station Nasu Shiobara (Tohoku Shinkansen, Tohoku Main Line)|
|By Car||15 minutes from the Kuroiso/Itamuro interchange on the Tohoku Expressway|