Company profile

Company profile

Legal name Saijo Inx Co., Ltd.
Headquarters 5 Nishikotobuki-cho, Saiin, Ukyo-ku, Kyoto, Japan
President Shigeaki Suzuki
TEL,FAX TEL +81-75-312-8775; FAX +81-75-312-0041
E-mail saless@saijoinx.co.jp (Sales Groupe)
URL http://www.saijoinx.com/
Foundation December 16th, 1950
Incorporation January 8th, 1965
Capital stock 46 million yen
Turnover 2,600 million yen(as of 2018 financial year)
Line of business Solution development (for heat problems), Precise thin sheet metal prototyping, Injection moulding prototyping, Precise stamping for mass production, Precise die & mold making
Main customers Omron Group, Murata Manufacturing, Fujitsu Group, Sumitomo Electric Industries, Panasonic Group, Horiba, Ltd., Rohm Co., Ltd., Hitachi Automotive Sytems, J.S.T. Manufacturing, Mitsumi Electric Co., Ltd. amongst others
Main products Electrical & electronic components (connectors, relays and switches), Telecommunication equipment (optical transmitters) , Automotive electronics (power modules and car navigation systems), Analysis instruments, Energy, Fins amongst others
ISO "ISO 9001" and "ISO 14001" acquired by Headquarters in Kyoto
Main banks Saiin Branch of Kyoto Bank , Nishi Gojo Branch of Kyoto Chuo Shinkin Bank amongst others
Facilities
Headquarters:
5 Nishikotobuki-cho, Saiin, Ukyo-ku, Kyoto, Japan
Smart Center:
18 Nishikotobuki-cho, Saiin, Ukyo-ku, Kyoto, Japan
R&D Office:
27-3 Nishikotobuki-cho, Saiin, Ukyo-ku, Kyoto, Japan
Yokohama Office:
302 Isis Plaza, 2-17-11 Shinyokohama, Kouhoku-ku, Yokohama, Japan
TEL +81-45-470-2861 / FAX +81-45-471-1315
Makishima Die & Mold Parts Factory:
11-84-7 Makishima-cho, Uji, Japan
Affiliated companies Saijo Shisaku Solutions Co., Ltd.
Number of employees 111(160incl.affiliated companies)(average age: 42.2)

History

December, 1950 Founded by Yoshiyuki Suzuki as Saijo Sales Office in 35 Hiramachi, Saiin, Kyoto
March, 1952 Started business with Tateishi Electric Manufacturing Company (now Omron Corporation)
November, 1954 Joined in Kyoto Welding Ironworks Corporate Association
September, 1956 Relocated the factory to 18 Nishi Kotobuki-cho, Saiin, Kyoto
January, 1965 Saijo Press Co., Ltd. established
October, 1970 Capital increased to 8.5 million yen
June, 1972 Second factory completed
January, 1980 Third factory completed
March, 1985 Main factory relocated as a new building completed
Yoshiyuki Suzuki appointed as Chirman and Saburo Suzuki appointed as CEO
October, 1988 Capital increased to 10 million yen
April, 1991 Company name changed to Saijo Inx Co., Ltd.
June, 1999 ISO 9002 acquired
January, 2000 Headquarters and second factory integrated with extension & renovation
December, 2001 Capital increased to 20 million yen
June, 2002 ISO 14000 & ISO 9000 (Year 2000 ver.) acquired by the headquarters in Kyoto
October, 2002 Yokohama Office established
August, 2004 Selected as one of the "FY 2004 New Collaboration Measure Commissioned Projects" by Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry
January, 2005 Presented with the "FY2004 Medium and Small Business Research Institute Award" (now "Good Company Award") District Award
February, 2006 Capital increased to 30 million yen
December, 2006 Yokohama Office relocated to Shin Yokohama
January, 2007 Presented with the "FY 2006 Kyoto Small & Midium Business Excellent Technology Award"
March, 2007 Capital increased to 46 million yen (Invested by Osaka Small and Medium Business Investment & Consultation Co., Ltd.)
June, 2008 Selected as one of the "300 small and medium-sized, active manufacturing companies that will support the future of Japan" by Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry
February, 2010 Saburo Suzuki appointed as Chirman & Executive Director and Shigeaki Suzuki appointed as CEO
November, 2010 Autumnal Purple Ribbon Medal awarded to Saburo Suzuki, Executive Chirman
February, 2011 Smart Center established
March, 2011 Certified as a Kyoto prefecture small & medium business "Wisdom Management" practical model company
December, 2012 Selected as one of the companies of "Monodzukuri New Selection in Kansai" by Kansai Bureau of Economy, Trade and Industry
March, 2013 Awarded in the "Fourth Wisdom Business Plan Contest" by Kyoto Chamber of Commerce and Industry
March, 2013 Presented with the Oscar certificate by Advanced Science, Technology & Management Research Institute of Kyoto (ASTEM)
May, 2015 Makishima Part Factory established
January, 2017 Tottori Saijo Inx Co., Ltd. established
December, 2017 Selected as "The Driving Company for the Regional Future" by Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry
July, 2018 Yusuke Suzuki appointed as CEO of Saijo Shisaku Solutions Co., Ltd.