Panoramic view of the company building (from the sky)
Die Casting Machine
1-21-2, Kita-mura, Ishinomaki City, Miyagi 987-1103, Japan
20 million yen
Representative Director Masahiko Horio
Senior Managing Director Katsuhiko Horio
Manufacture and sale of precision zinc die casting parts
Alps Alpine Co.,Ltd., Kyocera Corporation,
MinebeaMitsumi Co., Ltd., Nippon Antenna Co., Ltd.
Watec Co., Ltd., Nikkei Sales Co., Ltd., Iwata Bolt Co., Ltd.
Mano Seiko Co., Ltd., Sigma Co., Ltd., Endo Manufacturing Co., Ltd.,
AK Die Casting Industry Co., Ltd.
Hosoya Seiki Co., Ltd., Fuji Seiki Co., Ltd.,
TDC Corporation, Toa Denki Kogyo Co., Ltd.,
Other (honorific title omitted)
40 (as of October 2016)
October 1968, founding started domestically
Founded in January 1971 as a cooperating company of AK Die Casting Co., Ltd., Saitama Factory
1973 Relocation of Ibaraki factory construction
May 1976: Expanded to Koushida Town, Toda County, Miyagi Prefecture
December 1981 Moved to the current location (started trading with Alps Alpine Co., Ltd.), Henan Factory
September 1986 Expansion of secondary processing building at current location
October 1986 Quality Contest from Tohoku Alps Co., Ltd. Quality Excellence Award
October 1988, Delivery Management Competition, Outstanding Award from Tohoku Alps Co., Ltd.
June 1989 Additional mold factory at current location
March 1992 Production of zinc die casting parts, monthly production of 25 million
December 1996 Haruhiko Horio retires and Masahiko Horio becomes president
February 1997 Expansion of management building (production and product pipes)
October 1997 Accept APEC WORKSHOP
October 1998 Headquarters moved to current location
May 2002 Established factory in Dalian, China Started production in November
Obtained ISO9001: 2000 version in November 2002
May 2003: Acquired ISO9001: 2000 edition of Dalian Horio Press Casting Co., Ltd., Dalian factory in China.
September, 2005 Dalian factory in China achieves 100 million production
April 2006 Selected as "300 Energetic Manufacturing SMEs that Support Japan of Tomorrow
May 2006 Entry into Shenzhen factory in China Established in July
Obtained ISO14001: 2004 version in September 2006
August 2010: Entrepreneur Award
October 2011, passed the support and started development of new alloy
October 2020 Selected as a "regional future leader" by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry.
21-2, Takachihyaichi, Kitamura, Ishinomaki City, Miyagi Prefecture
|(By train) 20 minutes by taxi from JR Kashimadai Station
(For those coming by car) About 15 minutes by car from the Yamoto IC, Sanriku-do.
|No. 27 Liaoning Street, Dalian Economic and Technical Development Zone, 3 North, Small and Medium Enterprise Park||About 40 minutes from Dalian Zhoushuizi International Airport by car
It takes about 30 minutes to get from Dalian Railway Station to the Development Zone Station, and about 10 minutes on foot from there.