1934 Founded in Sawashita-cho, Atsuta-ku, Nagoya (Sole Trader)
Founder: Minoru Mishina
1940 Became a cooperative plant for Mitsubishi Aircraft Corp., and began rerolling of molybdenum steel.
1945 Designated by MITI as a finished iron steel manufacturer.
1956 Implemented a material shearing plant and pickling facilities for steel surface treatment.
1961 Introduced a four-high cold rolling mill in response to increased orders.
1966 Organization changed into Mishina Matsubishi Iron Works Co., Ltd.Capital: 6 million yen; CEO: Minoru Mishina; Employees: 25; Aimed to continue to grow with the company motto: “good faith, patience and effort”
1970 Capital injection of 5 million yen, for a new capital of 11 million yen.
1971 Capital injection of 9 million yen, for a new capital of 20 million yen. 9 million yen all injected by Kawasho Co., Ltd., giving them a 19% stake.
1973 Moved from Sawashita-cho, Atsuta-ku to current location in Togo-cho to streamline operations, and in view of the future business environment.
Established steel surface treatment facilities, steel heat treatment facilities, pollution control facilities, and environment related facilities.
1974 Capital injection of 26 million yen, for current capital of 46 million yen (options for 80 million yen).

Implemented a semi-automatic line for a shearing (13.0mm) to improve quality and due to the demand for precision shearing.

1984 50th Anniversary of Founding.
1987 New plant in Toyota completed. Introduced coil rolling equipment to meet current needs.
1990 Changed name to “Mishina Matsubishi Corporation”. on August 16.
1991 Completed 3 coil annealing furnaces in Toyota plant. Completed fully automated robot cutting line in main plant.
1992 Finished establishment of steel plate handling robots for long item (4,000mm) surface treatment (pickling) in July.
1994 60th Anniversary of Founding.
1996 Established a narrow slitter and leveler cutting line combination in the Toyota plant.
2001 Updated non-oxidizing bright annealing furnace in main plant.
2002 Added steel plate handling robots for long item surface treatment (pickling) to the main plant.
Acquired international standards ISO9001 and ISO14001 in December.
In 2005, updated environment standards to 2004 version.
2004 70th Anniversary of Founding.
2008 Added a second plant to the Toyota site. Installed a high precision rolling mill and a wide ranging leveler cutting line.
2009 Minoru Mishina appointed Chairman, and Yasuhito Mishina appointed CEO in April.
2010 Entered into a technical support agreement for China with Marubeni-Itochu Steel Inc. in December.
2011 Opened a representative office in Bangkok, Thailand in June.

Corporate Overview

CompanyName Mishina Matsubishi Corporation.
Founded December 1, 1934
Established January 31, 1966
President Chairman: Minoru Mishina, CEO: Yasuhito Mishina
Capital 46 million yen
AnnualTurover 3.5 billion yen
SettlementPriod January
Shareholders Yasuhito Mishina, Minoru Mishina, JFE Shoji Trade Corp., 3 others
Employees 40 people
Address Head Office – Togo Plant
158 Kitayama, Morowa, Togo-cho, Aichi-gun,
Aichi-ken, 470-0151
Tel: +81-561-38-2541 (Rep.)
Fax: +81-561-38-2545
Toyota Plant
71 Teraike, Tsutsumi-cho, Toyota-shi, Aichi-ken,
Tel: +81-565-52-6755
Fax: +81-565-52-8196
Business Manufacturing and sales of colled-rolled metal strip
Surface treatment and anealing of steel


Head Office Togo

Plant:Land: 2,200m2 Building: 1,900m2

Plant:Land:2,440m2 Building: 1,170m2

ISO Acquired Acquired International Standards ISO9001 and ISO14001 in December 2002
Major Suppliers
(in random order)
JFE Shoji Trade Corp., Marubeni-Itochu Steel Inc., Toyota Tsusho Corporation, Sumitomo Corp.
Major Customers (in random order)
※incl. via trading companies
Denso Corp., Daido Metal Co., Ltd., Fuji Kiko Co., Ltd., Tsuda Industries Co., Ltd., Taiho Kogyo Co., Ltd., Mitsui Miike Machinery Co., Ltd., Iwata Koutetsu Co., Ltd., Metal Act Co., Ltd., Toyota Motor Corp., Aisin Seiki Co., Ltd., Unipres Corp., Tokai Carbon Co., Ltd., Oriental Chain Mfg Co., Ltd., 100 other companies
(in random order)
The Okazaki Shinkin Bank (Togo Branch), The Toyota Shinkin Bank (Togo Branch), The Juroku Bank, Ltd (Akaike Branch), The Bank of Nagoya, Ltd. (Togo Branch), The Ogaki Kyoritsu Bank, Ltd. (Nishiyama Branch)


Head Office – Togo Plant

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