The Customers, Industries, and Regions We Serve
From Arts and Crafts
Founded in 1881, our company initially manufactured ceramic arts and crafts.
In 1955, we translated our techniques from ceramic arts and crafts to ceramic manufactured goods, and we have since supplied a wide variety of communications equipment, as well as components for scientific and analytical instruments and vacuum equipment, such as vacuum tubes.
Accordingly, we count many major firms in Japan among our customers, maintaining long-term business relations.
We deal directly with industrial equipment manufacturers, including both domestic and overseas vacuum equipment manufacturers, analytical instrument manufacturers, electron microscope manufacturers, and non-destructive testing equipment manufacturers, etc. The majority of these manufacturers have an overseas sales ratio greater than 50%, and our products are indirectly supplied to people around the world as the best solution.
|Hitachi High Technologies Corporation|
|Hitachi High-Tech Science Corporation|
|Denka Co., Ltd.|
|Domestic Research Institutions|
|National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology|
|High Energy Accelerator Research Organization|
|National Institute for Fusion Science|
|Other Domestic Research Institutions/Universities|
The majority of our customers are manufacturers of equipment and instruments. We supply manufacturers of electron microscopes, analytical instruments, and electric power equipment.
Our products are used as the core components of all kinds of equipment for purposes such as insulation, heat resistance, chemical resistance, and wear resistance.
We supply our components to assembly manufacturers contracted by equipment manufacturers.
The majority are custom components, supporting the major products of our customers from behind the scenes.
We sell through trading companies when supplying certain maintenance parts, or when we first start dealing with an equipment manufacturer. We primarily deal directly with equipment manufacturers, so the percentage of our business with trading companies is not very large.
Our products are used by the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Riken, SPring-8, the National Institute for Fusion Science, and various university research facilities.
Our products use ceramics that have low out-gassing, and are highly regarded in the vacuum field.