|Number of Employees
Kabutocho UNI-SQUARE, 21-7 Nihonbashi Kabutocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 103-0026, Japan
Osaka Branch Office
508 Dai2 Shin-Osaka bldg., 6-3-32 Nishinakajima, Yodogawa-ku, Osaka-city,
Osaka 532-0011, Japan
Nagoya Branch Office
4-77 Takayokosukacho, Tokai-city, Aichi, 477-0037, Japan
386-3 Imaizumi, Fuji-city, Shizuoka, 417-0001, Japan
Fuji Factory #2
405-1 Imaizumi, Fuji-city, Shizuoka, 417-0001, Japan
6-23 Shinbashicho, Fuji-city, Shizuoka, 417-0004, Japan
5 Furuuchi, Kariyado, Shirakawa-city, Fukushima, 961-0014, Japan
|Glass, cement, lime and ceramic industries
Iron, steel, and non-ferrous metal industries
Chemical, and petrochemical and oil refining industries
Pulp and paper, textiles, building materials, semi-conductor, and food industries
Private electric power plants
Incinerators for municipal waste, industrial waste and sludge
Ammonia and fertilizer plant
||Akira Nishifuji (the current president) established NKG Corporation in Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo with 9 million yen in capital.
Reviewed Japanís fan technology that was undeveloped at that time, and started to carry on a full-scale operation with the goal of manufacturing a fan with efficiency equivalent to that made in Germany.
||Along with the end of the high-growth period, from a new perspective, established a technology to significantly reduce electric power consumption and increase the fan capacity by replacing existing fans with our high efficiency fans.
||Established Fuji Factory in Fuji City, Shizuoka.
Although we had carried out only design of fans, to realize high efficiency of our design with high accuracy, production outsourcing to outside manufacturers was stopped.
Started to manufacture fans in our factory.
||Increased capital to 10 million yen.
||Moved the factory to Fuji City, Shizuoka, and expanded facilities.
||Increased capital to 30 million yen.
||Along with an increase in orders from all over the country, opened Osaka Branch Office.
||Established Shirakawa Factory in Shirakawa City, Fukushima as a large-scale factory for large fans.
||Established Shinbashi Factory in Fuji City, Shizuoka.
||Added assembly test operation factory for large fans to Shirakawa Factory.
||Number of employees exceeded 100.
||Increased capital to 43.5 million yen.
||Established Fuji Factory #2 in Fuji City, Shizuoka.