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Company Name
Issi Corporation
Address
11-1 Yunohara Oharagadani, Nishibetsuin-cho, Kameoka-shi, Kyoto 621-0124 Japan
TEL: +81-771-27-2141
FAX: +81-771-27-2541
MAIL: info@isshi.co.jp
Executives
Chairman : Masaharu Fukui
President : Masahiro Tsunetsugu
Senior Director : Mitsuru Sakamoto
Director : Tsutomu Ueki
Director : Masato Saga
Established
March, 1932
Business Outline
Design, manufacturing, and sale of precision automotive, industrial machinery, and electrical device parts produced through a combination of forging (cold, warm, and hot) and machine processing
Capital
145 million yen
Main Supply
Destinations
〔Automobiles〕TOYOTA, NISSAN, HONDA, MITSUBISHI, MAZDA, SUBARU CORPORATION, DAIHATSU, SUZUKI
〔Trucks & Buses〕FUSO, ISUZU, HINO
〔Motorcycles〕KAWASAKI, SUZUKI
〔Construction〕KOMATSU, Nippon Caterpillar, KOBELCO
〔Component Suppliers〕JTEKT, NSK STEERING SYSTEMS, HITACHI AUTOMOTIVE SYSTEMS,MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC
Main Suppliers
Metal One Steel Products Corporation, Kobe Steel, LTD., Nippon Steel Corporation, JFE Steel Corporation, Daido Steel Co.,Ltd.
Employees
130, (165 including related companies)

History

1932
- Founded in Osaka City
1954
- Changed the corporate name to “Issi Rasen”
1960
- Introduced a nut former from West Germany and started mass-producing cold forged nuts
1962
- Introduced a nut former from National Machinery (American)
1968
- Introduced domestically produced full-fledged nut formers that had been jointly developed with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
1970
- Introduced nut formers from National Kayser (West German)
1976
- Introduced a hot former from Nedschroef (Dutch) and started mass-producing hot forged nuts
1980
- Introduced a parts former and started mass-producing cold forged automotive parts
1982
- The 50th corporate anniversary
1985
- Introduced a continuous hardening/quenching furnace for in-house heat treatment
1989
- Introduced a AMP20 hot former from Hatebur (Swiss)
1991
- Introduced one of the largest parts former in Japan
1998
- Changed the corporate name to “Issi”
2000
- Obtained ISO9001 certification (JAB/UKAS)
2001
- Started a plan to introduce more NC machines for parts production
2003
- Introduced a IPF-660SS parts former
2004
- Introduced a large long-parts former
2007
- Introduced an automatic bolt test machine
- The 75th corporate anniversary
2010
- Introduced automatic weighing/packing machines
2011
- Introduced an automatic optical counting machine
- Introduced LED lights in the factory and office
2012
- Introduced two precision-lathe/measurement machines
- Introduced a solar power generation system
- The 80th corporate anniversary
- Developed new flare inspection equipment
2013
- Introduced five state-of-the-art tapping machines
2014
- Chairman Masaharu FUKUI of ISSI Corp. received ‘Award for Person of Industrial Merits of Kyoto Prefecture.’*
- ISSI Corp. entered into the Partnership Agreement with Kyoto Gakuen Univ. on food, agriculture, ecology-related business, and practical education for the students.
- ISSI Corp. in partnership with Kyoto Univ. started the industry-university collaborative research themed ‘the Next-generation Automobiles/Vehicles and Mechanism.’
* ‘Award for Person of Industrial Merits of Kyoto Prefecture’ has been given to persons who contribute greatly to growth of industries in Kyoto Prefecture through business communities operations or business activities since 1981.
2015
- Introduction of state-of-the-art combined processing machines
- Introduction of the machining center with built-in robot arm
2016
- Introduction of state-of-the-art non-contact image dimension measuring devices
- Aluminum alloy precision components
2017
- ISSI Corp. commemorated the 85th anniversary since its establishment.
- Chairman Masaharu FUKUI of ISSI Corp. became a member of the board of directors of Public Interest Incorporated Foundation KYOTO Industrial Support Organization 21.

Associations/Federations

  • Japan Soc. for Technology of Plasticity
  • Kansai Economic Federation
  • Japan Auto Parts Industries Association
  • Kyoto Industrial Association
  • Kyoto Industrial Support Organization21