Company Profile

Name of Company MESCO, Inc. Located 3-2-1 Kinshi, Sumida-ku, Tokyo, 130-8531 Japan Established 17th Feb, 1964 Paid-in Capital 1,085,350,000,Japanese Yen Number of Employees 369 (as of March 31, 2020) Outline of Business Engineering of various industrial plants, environmental facilities, automation & energy saving machineries. Engineering, manufacturing, marketing & sales, construction & installation of polyethylene complex pipes, Manufacturing and sales of lead sound insulator and shield materials Stock Exchange Tokyo Stock Exchange Second Section (Code 1737) Certification ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 45001  

Message From President

For over 50 years since MESCO was originally established as Sankin Kiko, Co., Ltd. in 1964, we have engaged ourselves in the engineering business, pipe business, and materials business operations. Our Engineering Business Unit pursues the business of constructing non-ferrous metal smelting and refining plants and electronic materials manufacturing plants as well as the business of designing, manufacturing, and installing a variety of equipment. Our geological activity areas are not only limited to the market in Japan. We also operate in other Asian countries, where we have set up our own local bases (in Taiwan, Malaysia, Thailand, and so on). Our recent delivery records include construction of hydropower generating plants and … Continue Reading

Our officers

  President Mr. Kazuhiko Aoki Managing Director Managing Executive Officer Head of Safety, Environment & Quality Management Mr. Yoshihiko Koura Managing Director Managing Executive Officer General Manager, Head of Engineering Business Division Mr. Shigeo Hirayama Director Senior Executive Officer General Manager, Head of Pipe and Materials Business Division Mr. Shoji Kawano Outside Director Mr. Toshihiro Kameda Outside Director Ms. Natsu Kondo Statutory Auditor Mr. Shunji Kuwano Outside Auditor Mr. junichi Yamamoto Outside Auditor Mr. Yasuhiro Osawa  

History

Feb. 1964 Established as wholly owned subsidiary of Mitsui Mining & Smelting Co., Ltd., with a company name of “Sankin Kiko Co., Ltd. (Head Office at Chuo-ku, Tokyo. Capital 5 million Japanese Yen) Apr. 1968 Capital increased to 20 million Japanese Yen Apr. 1969 Capital increased to 50 million Japanese Yen Nov. 1970 Trade name changed to Mitsui Kinzoku Engineering Service Company, Limited. Capital increased to 200 million Japanese Yen Jan. 1971 Opened Tohoku Branch Office in Hachinohe, Aomori Mar. 1977 Changed English name of company to MESCO, Inc. Jan. 1985 Moved head office to Sumida-ku, Tokyo Mar. 1985 Increased capital to 400 million Japanese Yen May. 1987 Established a … Continue Reading

Locations

Head Office Business Unit Address Section Tel Fax Arca East Bldg 3-2-1 Kinshi, Sumida-ku Tokyo, 130-8531 Japan General Affairs Dept Pilot No 03-5610-7832 03-5610-7861 Engineering Business Unit Domestic Marketing and Sales Dept 03-5610-7840 03-5610-7863 Overseas Marketing and Sales Dept. 03-5610-7839 03-5610-7663 Materials and Components Marketing and Sales Dept 03-5610-7841 03-5610-7864 Mechanical Engineering Dept 03-5610-7846 03-5610-7866 Electrical and Instrumentation Engineering Dept 03-5610-7843 03-5610-7865 Civil and Building Engineering Dept. 03-5610-7845 03-5610-7865 Pipe Business Unit Marketing and Sales Dept 03-5610-7850 03-5610-7867 Engineering and Construction Dept. 03-5610-7852 03-5610-7868 Branch Name Address Tel Fax Tohoku Branch 76 Hamanayachi, Oaza Kawaragi, Hachinohe, Aomori, 039-1161 Japan 0178-28-2041 0178-28-5251 Kamioka Branch 1-1 Shikama, Kamioka-cho, Hida, Gifu, 506-1114 Japan 0578-82-3539 … Continue Reading

Quality,Environment,And Safety

SEQ Policy Our SEQ policy is based on Mesco’s management philosophy of “Putting Our Customers First”, “Being Creative and Taking on Challenges”, and “Taking Joy in Our Work”. Occupational Safety and Health To prevent occurrence of occupational accidents and create a safe and comfortable working place environment. To actively improve the level of safety and health by recognizing that the responsibility of safety and health belongs to all the managers, not only to the executives of the company, and in collaboration with all our employees and subcontractors. Environment (ISO14001) To contribute to creating an affluent society well harmonized with the global environment, by recognizing its siginificance, by striving to reduce the environmental … Continue Reading