神陽金属工業株式会社(銅合金製配管継手メーカー)

4-4-27, Honbasu, Kawaguchi City, Saitama Prefecture, JAPAN, 334-0076
Tel: +81-48-285-1261
Fax: +81-48-282-5752
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Established in 1959, Shinyo Kinzoku Industry Co., Ltd. has been engaged in the manufacture ofcopper-alloy and other nonferrous fittings for the past half a century.

Our product line, which includes various types of flanges, elbows, reducers, T-pieces, sleeves and union joints, mainly marine equipment parts delivered to major Japanese shipbuilding companies.

Behind our long-standing tradition and established reputation is an extensive track record as a manufacturer of copper-alloy fittings that have earned the confidence of our customers.

Committed to the continued prosperity of shipbuilding industry both nationally and internationally, our policy is delivery in a timely manner of the highest quality products at the most reasonable prices.

Furthermore, we refuse to rest on the laurels earned by our traditional line of copper-alloy products. To flexibly respond to newly arising demand, we are also determined to take up the challenge of manufacturing products made from a variety of other metallic materials.

In the years to come, as in the past, we will strive to meet our customers’ ever-more-diverse requirements by taking advantage of the highly flexible and responsive operations offered by a “small factory in town.”

Shinyo Kinzoku Industry, Co., Ltd. Yuhsuke Yamamoto President & CEO

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Corporate Principles
 1.Pursue customer satisfaction.
   Making customers happy is our primary goal.

 2.Make effective use of human resources,
  materials, capitals, time and information.

   We contribute to society by making superb products.

 3.Keep asking “Why?”
   Maintaining an inquisitive mind leads to solutions.

 4.Maintain a can-do spirit.
   Advances are possible only when new challenges are met.

 5.Seek your true self.
   Working hard, working together make us better people.


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Company Profile

   
Company name SHINYO KINZOKU INDUSTRY CO.,LTD.
Established June 15, 1959
Capital 10 million yen
Employees 22
Address 4-4-27, Honbasu, Kawaguchi City, Saitama Prefecture, Japan
Tel: +81-48-285-1261(main line) )
Fax +81-48-282-5752
Site area 1,515u
Building Area 1,410u
Products Nonferrous metallic fittings for ship and plant industries use
(Flanges, elbows, reducers, T-pieces, sleeves, union joints, etc.)
Board members
President & CEO   Yuhsuke Yamamoto
Director & Advisor   Satoshi Kataoka
Director   Hiromi Yamamoto
Auditor   Haruhisa Yamaguchi
Banks
Mizuho Bank   Kawaguchi Branch
Saitama Resona Bank   Kawaguchi Branch
Musashino Bank   Kawaguchi Branch
Kawaguchi Shinkin Bank   Iizuka Branch
Saitama Shinkin Bank   Soka Branch
Major Customers IHI Corporation
Japan Marine United Corporation
JMU AMTEK
Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding Co., Ltd.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.
Sumitomo Heavy Industries Marine & Engineering Co., Ltd.
Kawasaki Heavy Industries,Ltd.
The Hakodate Dock Co., Ltd.
Kanax Corporation
JAPAN STEELS CO.,LTD.
Watanabe Shoten Co., Ltd.
Ishida Engineering Co., Ltd.
METAL ONE PIPE & TUBULAR PRODUCTS INC.
Tak Manufacturing Co., Ltd.
Major Suppliers Mitsubishi Copper Alloy Co., Ltd.
Shinko Metal Products Co., Ltd.
Yahata Kinzoku Sangyo
Nishida Kinzoku Ltd.
Okuda Kinzoku Co., Ltd.
Tsuruse Shinkan Co., Ltd.
Fuji Sangyo
Marui Corporation
UEX, Ltd.
Tak Manufacturing Co., Ltd.
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History

1959 (Jun.): Shinyo Kinzoku Industry Co., Ltd. Established.
Non-ferrous metal refining dealer established in Iizuka-cho, Kawaguchi-city, Saitama-prefecture.
1961 (Feb.): In pouring gate developed based on the shell mold process (utility model), enabling production for gas cocks free of blow holes.
1964 (Mar.): Production begins for brass flanges based on the deformed durville molding process (patented).
1965 (Apr.): Development of aluminum brass that can withstand thermal stress due to welding, thereby eliminating cracks.
  (Nov.): Development of beryllium brass (patented) whose Charpy impact value is comparable to special steel.
1971 (Nov.) Honored with Patent Office Director-General’s Encouragement Award for development of piping gauge (patented).
1973 (Apr.): Head Office/Factory moves to Kawaguchi Shingo Industrial Complex (Higashi-Hongo, Kawaguchi City).
  (May.): Development of Flanges based on aluminum brass casting.
  (Jun.): Successful development of elbows with an outer diameter of up to 600mm. Elbows and other butt-welded joints are adopted by escort vessels of the Maritime Self Defense Force.
1974 (Mar.): Development of ceramic buckling designed to facilitate butt welding of fitting and pipe.
  (May.): Development of improved sockets for heating tubes and hydraulic oil pipes.
    Former president Toshiro Kataoka is appointed a member of the Machinery Fitting Committee, Machinery Division Japan Ship Technology Standards Association,
where he participates in deliberations concerning of “ship-use aluminum brass pipe standard sizes” (standards established in1976).
1975 (Feb.): Development of flanges based on cupronickel casting.
1977 (May.): Development of plasticity processed butt-welding-type flanges, which are adopted for use by escort vessels of the Maritime Self Defense Force.
1978 (Oct.): Development of sockets with built-in silver solder (utility model).
1982 (Mar.): Former president Toshiro Kataoka passes away.
  (Jun.): Satoshi Kataoka assumes office as president.
1985 (Jul.): Development of plasticity-processed flanges with built-in silver solder for small diameter pipes; these are adopted by escort vessels of the Maritime Self Defense force.
1986 (May.): President Kataoka is appointed a member of the Hull Pipe Outfit Committee, Hull Division of Japan Ship Technology Standards Association,
where he participates in drafting standards for “ship-use butt-welding-type copper-alloy pipe joints”
and the revision of standards for “ship-use 5K, 10K copper-alloy pipe flanges.” (standards established in 1988)
  (Jul.): Address modified to current indication: 4-4-27, Honbasu, Kawaguchi City, Saitama Prefecture.
1991 (Mar.): Production of plastic flanges for copper pipes begins.
1995 (Feb.): Capital increased to 10 million yen.
1997 (Apr.): Reformed office work due to the installation of computers.
Productivity increases thanks to the introduction of CNC-composite-type triple spindle lathe.
(May.): (President Kataoka is appointed a member of the Piping Outfit Subcommittee, Machinery Division of Japan Ship Technology Standards Association,
where he participates in revision of standards for JISF7804 “ship-use 5K copper-alloy pipe flanges.”
1998 (Jul.): Hardness testers, microscopic testers, etc. introduced from Imai-seiki Corp. to improve quality management
1999 (Jun.): Neck flange inner developed with our proprietary die technology, contributing to operational efficiency and productivity.
2000 (May.): Addition of CNC-composite-type triple spindle lathe with a bar feeder enhances productivity.
2005 (Nov.): Additions of CNC-composite-type five spindle lathe with a sub-spindle, and a universal lathe enhance productivity.
2006 (Mar.): GL Ship Class Type Approval acquired.
(Aug.): Class NK accreditation obtained.
※Click links above to view certificates.
2008 (Mar.): Additions of two CNC-lathes enhance productivity.
2009 (Jun.): 50th anniversary of its founding
President Satoshi Kataoka resigned, and becomes a board advisor
Executive Director Yuhsuke Yamamoto assumes office as President & CEO
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