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IHI Machinery and Furnace Co.,Ltd

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Company overview

Company Name

IHI Machinery and Furnace Co., Ltd.

Location of Head Office

Toyosu IHI Bldg., 3-1-1 Toyosu, Koto-ku, Tokyo, JAPAN 135-8710

Year of establishment

1937

President

Kazutaka Morie

Capital

480 million yen

Number of employees

Approx. 310

Stock holder

IHI Corporation (IHI 100% subsidiary)

Description of business

  • Vacuum heat treatment furnace and manufacturing facility for new materials
  • Vacuum carburization machinery
  • Iron and steel making equipment instrument
  • Pressure vessel and other industrial machinery
  • New environment plant machinery
  • Steel frames, flood gates, iron pipes and other general steel structures
    Design, production, sales, repair and installation work for above
  • Various vacuum heat treatments
  • Annealing of large sized items
  • Manufacture by commissioning of heat treatment work
  • Research into heat treatment

Company Profile

IHI Machinery and Furnace Co., Ltd.

2007

Ishikawajima Industrial Machinery Co., Ltd. and Ishikawajima Iwakuni Seisakusho Co., Ltd. were merged to IHI Machinery and Furnace Co., Ltd.

2009

Merger with Japan Hayes Co., Ltd.

2011

Transfer of head office from Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa to Minato-ku, Tokyo。

2012

Merger with IMEC Co., Ltd.

2015

Transfer of head office from Minato-ku, Tokyo to Koto-ku, Tokyo

2016

Industrial machine business of IHI Machinery and Furnace was merged to IHI Logistics & Machinery.
Establishment of Heat Treatment Technical Center in Kakamigahara Works

Ishikawajima Iwakuni Seisakusho Co., Ltd.

1973

Established as a specialist furnace factory for IHI. Company name: “Iwakuni Seisakusho Co., Ltd.” Capital: 200 million yen (70% IHI, 20% Teijin, 10% Kure Kogyo)

1976

Capital increased to 400 million yen (70% IHI, 20% Teijin, 10% Kure Kogyo).

1988

Establishment of service for vacuum and new materials furnace

1991

Construction of new office

1997

Transfer of vacuum and new materials furnace from IHI. Name was changed to “Ishikawajima Iwakuni Seisakusho Co., Ltd.”

1999

Transfer of IHI Industrial Furnace Engineering Department

2001

Acquired ISO 9001 certification.

2002

100% of capital acquired by IHI

2005

Total vacuum furnace orders reached 1,000 units.

2006

Total number of vacuum and new materials furnaces produced at the Iwakuni plant reached 1,000 units.

Japan Hayes Co., Ltd.

1974

Establishment of Japan Hayes Co., Ltd. based on a technical assistance contract with C.I. Hayes Inc., United States

1977

Transfer of head office to Niwa-gun Oguchi-cho, Aichi

1981

Expansion of plant in accordance to sequential development of vacuum thermal processing facilities. Capital increased to 30 million yen.

1982

Establishment of JH Heat Treatment Laboratory

1986

Delivery of vacuum heat treatment furnace unit No. 200 to Minebea Co., Ltd.

1991

Capital increased to 75 million yen

1993

Development and sale of vacuum washer

1996

Development of vacuum carburization machinery, ACT-VAC

2001

Expansion of office building and factory

2002

Receipt of capital participation from Ishikawajima-harima Heavy Industries (IHI) and becomes IHI Group Company.
Development and sale of HWB-V vacuum degreasing washer
Development and sale of V-MALS multi-ocular consecutive vacuum carburization machinery

2004

Acquisition of ISO 9001 2000 quality management system license

2006

Development and sale of “VCCO” tunnel consecutive vacuum carburization machinery

2008

Transfer of head office and plant to Kakamigahara TechnoPlaza, Gifu

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