Japanese automobile industry has gained an international reputation for the progress of technology and superiority of quality as seen in the hybrid cars and is advancing globalization. On the other hand, standardization of parts has made same parts distributed all over the world. It involves the risk of causing a huge number of defective products once any quality problem has come out and deteriorating the existence of the company.
Daiwa Denka was established in 1962 as a plating firm. We are now engaged in plating metal and plastic and forming products such as seat-belt parts, ornament parts and switch parts. We have always tried to develop technologies to cope with the needs of the time and kept supplying superior products that meet the customers’ requirements.
We challenged and acquired PM prize, quality ISO and environmental ISO. Our efforts have been made by all of the employees not only for the needs of the time and customers but also for strengthening the corporate structure.
Circle activities have been continuously conducted for 30 years and discussions have been made among each group of the circles on various themes of environment, quality, safety, production and other sections of our organization.
It is our intention to integrate the knowledge and effort of each individual of our employees to meet our customers’ needs and ensure the growth of our company in the next 5 years and decade so that we can build up a solid corporate structure and contribute to the local community.
Daiwa Denka Co., Ltd.
|Name||DAIWA DENKA CO., LTD.|
|Capital||10 million yen|
176 (Man 83, Women 93), Part-timer and temp 60 (as of April 2017)
|Business contents||Plating and plastic molding of automotive parts|
2-158 Momoyama-cho, Obu-shi, Aichi 474-0026, Japan
|1962||Established plating company (zinc and copper-nickel) in Nagoya|
|1969||Established nickel chrome department in Obu factory|
|1976||Established zinc plating department in Yokone factory|
|1977||Established precious metal plating department in Obu|
|1978||Closed factory in Nagoya (move copper-nickel to Yokone)|
|1980||Established plastic molding department in Obu|
|1983||Established plastic plating department in Yokone|
|1984||Awarded the PM (production management) prize|
Established electric parts plating department in Obu
|1988||Established ultra-grade plastic plating department in Yokone|
Built the plating factory in Higashiura and remove nickel chrome line from Obu/ added zinc plating equipment
|1992||Renewed precious metal plating equipment in Obu to full automation|
|1994||Added gold plating for plastic parts line in Yokone|
|1996||Added plastic molding robot insert system in Higasiura|
|1997||Received ISO9002 (quality ISO) certification|
|2000||Yokone factory was submerged by Tokai heavy rain|
|2001||Established direct plastic plating line in Yokone|
Received ISO14001 (environmental ISO) certification
|2003||Received ISO 9001 (2000 version) certification|
Built the second plating factory in Higashiura and added zinc plating line (deal with trivalent chromate)
|2007||Awarded the prize at Plating Skill Competition|
Establish full automatic tin plating line in Higasiura and full automatic nickel plating barrel line (include copper & half-shiny tin plating) in Yokone
|2011||Started operating the new total drainage treatment system in Yokone|
Held 50th anniversary party
Add new full automatic direct plastic plating equipment in Yokone
|2014||Added double molding equipment in Higashiura|
|2015||Started operating the new total drainage treatment system in obu|
|2016||Added new double molding equipment in Higashiura|
Established new full automatic direct plastic plating equipment in Yokone (deal with trivalent saten)
|Special-class licensed electroplating||2|
|First-class licensed electroplating||7|
|Second-class licensed electroplating||30|
|Second-class mechanical inspector||2|
Special-class licensed plastic molding
First-class licensed plastic molding
Second-class licensed plastic molding
|Poisonous and deleterious handling chief||22|
Hygiene control manager
|Corrosion control manager||6|
Fork-lift driving license
Under the corporate management philosophy of “Trust, Cooperation and Progress”, we have plating and plastic molding facilities and conduct development, production and sale of automobile parts as the major products. In all of the business sections, we have to reduce the burden on environment, protect the global environment and bring harmony between the business activities and environment. And we also make confirm management system not to be influenced by any environmental situation.
Environmental management system must be sustained and improved by all the managers and employees in every aspect of activities. Environmental objectives and targets have to be set to preserve environment from pollution and contribute to enhance production efficiency. We promote the following environmental policies:
We abide by the environment-related laws and regulations and other legal requirements
to control our business activities and continue to conduct management to be trusted by
the residents of local community.
Environmental management system must be effectively carried out and continuously improved.
We will try to prevent accident and pollution on the assumption of the emergency such as earthquake and to repair and to apply BCP.
Zero emission of harmful material from drainage
Reduction of the use of natural resources and energy, reduction of CO2 and prevention of the environmental pollution.
Reduction of the industrial wastes specifically regulated by laws
We will implement the environmental education to all the staff and employees and enhance their senses of improving environment.
The foregoing environmental policy of Daiwa Denka is announced to the public as well as throughout the organization.
Main office and Obu factory
2-158 Momoyama-cho, Obu-shi, Aichi 474-0026, Japan
mailing address : email@example.com
146 Sousaku,Yokone-cho, Obu-shi, Aichi 474-0011, Japan
1-4 Umashinden, Fujie, Higashiura-cho, Chita-gun, Aichi 470-2105, Japan
1-14 Umashinden, Fujie, Higashiura-cho, Chita-gun, Aichi 470-2105, Japan