Outline of the Company
Outline of the Company
Corporate name Narita Seisakusho Co., Ltd.
Start of business November 15, 1946
Location 91 Tomishiro, Shimotsuya, Kumiyama-cho, Kuse-gun, Kyoto 613-0035 Japan
TEL: +81-774-43-5811 FAX: +81-774-44-1103
Capital 36,000,000 yen
Business line Design and production of industrial gas furnaces, electric furnaces, laborsaving machinery
Various types of industrial gas burners, components related to gas equipment
Production capacity 100 million to 150 million yen/month
History

1946
1948
1949

  

The founder, Sankichi Takada starts sole proprietorship by making use of his welding technique.
Start the production of gas meter parts for Kyoto Factory, Shinagawa Corporation.
Starts receiving orders from Osaka Gas Co., Ltd. for facility repair work in Kyoto Factory, Osaka Gas.
1953   Opens special appliance manufacturing, and at the same time, opens the Gas Shop for Osaka Gas products in Shichijo-Omiya. Also starts selling household appliances.
1957   Changes the organization from a private business to Takada Seisakusho Co., Ltd. The capital is 1 million yen.
1962   Newly opens the Yamashina Gas Shop, and at the same time, sets up the sales department as Takada Shokai Co., Ltd.
1963   Reconstructs the factory, improves machinery and equipment, and is added to the list of appliance manufacturers designated by Osaka Gas Co., Ltd.
1965
1969
1970
  Increases the capital to 9 million yen.
Joins the group of Narita Seitosho Co., Ltd.
Increases the capital to 18 million yen.
1973   Receives a license of General Engineering Contractor from Kyoto Prefecture.
(License No. General-19 No. 5500, plumber business, machinery and appliance installation business)
1974   Constructs a new factory (Kumiyama Factory) in the current location, Kumiyama-cho, Kuse-gun, Kyoto Prefecture.
1978
1981
  Constructs the combustion test station. Establishes Osaka Gas Governor Station within our premises.
Changes the headquarters to Kumiyama Factory.
1986   Establishes another special factory for burners and commercial gas appliances within the premises of the headquarters.
1987
1987
1990
1997
  Changes the corporate name to Narita Seisakusho Co., Ltd.
Increases the capital to 36 million yen.
Builds the factory and makes preparations for accepting orders for large equipment.
Constructs a new office building.
2002   Refurbishes the inside of the factory and builds a special factory for machine assembly.
Principal business partners
<Domestic> 
Osaka Gas Co., Ltd. Osaka Sohchi Kensetsu Co., Ltd.
OSRAM-MELCO Ltd. OM Industry Co., Ltd.
Creative Techno Solution Co., Ltd. KUBOTA Corporation
Sunray Reinetsu Co., Ltd. GS Yuasa Corporation
CKD Corporation Shizuoka Gas Co., Ltd.
SHOEI MFG. CO., LTD. Stanley Electric Co., Ltd.
TOHO GAS Co., Ltd. TOSHIBA Lighting & Technology Corporation
Narita Techno Co., Ltd. Narita Seitosho Co., Ltd.
Nichiden Rika Glass Co., Ltd. NEC Lighting, Ltd.
Nihon Gas Engineering Co., Ltd. Nipro Corporation
General Building Research Corporation of Japan Nippon Crucible Co., Ltd.
Hitachi, Ltd. Panasonic Photo & Lighting Co., Ltd.
Hiroshima Gas Co., Ltd. Hirakawa Corporation
Volcano Co., Ltd. Fuji Factory Co.,Ltd.
Panasonic Electric Works Co., Ltd.

Panasonic Corporation

Energy Company, Panasonic Corporation Panasonic Corporation Lighting Company
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation Panasonic Electronic Devices Co., Ltd.
Murase Ro Kogyo K.K. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.
Chugai Ro Co., Ltd. Iwase Prince Electric Co., Ltd.
Futamura Chemical Co., Ltd.  
<Overseas>  
OSRAM (Germany, Italy, Mexico, Brazil)  
OSRAM SYLVANIA (USA, Canada)  
SLI (Germany)  
SCHUNK GmbH & Co. KG (Germany)  
Manufacturers in South Korea  
Manufacturers in Taiwan