ABOUT US

 

COMPANY OUTLINE

COMPANY OUTLINE
  ■COMPANY NAME NIHON SANSHO CO., LTD.
  ■LOCATION 2-18-21 Shinonome, Minami-ku, Hiroshima, 734-0022, Japan
  ■TEL 082-581-1717
  ■FAX 082-508-1710
  ■REPRESENTATIVE PRESIDENT / HIROMI TAMAKI
  ■ESTABLISHED December 25th, 1963
  ■CAPITAL JPY 54,000,000
  ■EMPLOYEES 26
  ■DISCRIPTION Machine tool, Industrial machinery, Sales・Design and production of various devices, Construction of factory production system, CAD/CAM support, Sales of used machine tool, Export/import business, Support of company's overseas expansion, Support of technology transfer to overseas
  ■TRADING BANK ・The Hiroshima Bank, Ltd. ・The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ,Ltd.
・Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation. ・The Chugoku Bank.
 

COMPANY HISTORY

COMPANY HISTORY
  1963. 12 Established Nihon Sansho Co.,Ltd. in Higashihiratsuka-cho,
Hiroshima. Started sales of brand-new machine tools.
  1966. 8 Established Kure Branch
  1971. 5 Relocate our head office from Higashihiratsuka-cho to Hirose-cho
  1971. 7 Incorporated our manufacturing section as NS Machinery Co.,Ltd.
  1978. 4 Set an office in Mizushima, Okayama
  1981. 10 Constructed a new building for our head office in Kannon, Hiroshima.
  1986. 10
Constructed a new office for our Okayama Branch at the present place, instead of removing the Mizushima office.
  1990. 4 Established Fukuyama Branch.
  1990. 10
Constructed our villa at Daisen mountain in Tottori Prefecture.
  1991. 4 Established Sansho Corporation in Los Angeles, USA.
  1993. 10 Renewed the building of Kure Branch.
  2001. 6 Established Tech Sansho.,Ltd. in Bangkok, Thailand.
  2009. 2 Koji Tamaki was inducted as Chairman
Hiromi Tamaki was inducted as President
  2009. 9 Constructed a new building for our head office at the present place
  2013. 12 Company’s 50th anniversary establishment appreciation meeting was held
 

LINK TO CONTACT FORM

LINK TO CONTACT FORM
 
<<NIHON SANSHO CO., LTD.>> 2-18-21 Shinonome, Minami-ku, Hiroshima, Hiroshima Pref. JAPAN 734-0022 TEL:082-581-1717 FAX:082-508-1710