Today, we live in a highly-networked information society, where social needs have become increasingly diversified.
We need to have the capability to select information from a wide range of fields and apply it according to each of these needs.
Our company, as a pioneer in precision metal dies and the stamping industry, takes pride in our highly reliable technology and extensive experience cultivated over many years that our competitors can never reproduce. As technology continues to advance, however, we endeavor to accurately grasp our customer needs based on our flexible ideas and excellent technical capabilities, constantly seeking, learning, and developing new technologies, never being satisfied with the status quo.
Learn how products are used and improve delivery quality through enhanced manufacturing quality and aptitude testing to gain customer confidence.
Learn from the actual workplace and environment and real material
Secure efficient productivity by thoroughly eliminating quality loss.
Profits come from quality
Establish a quality assurance system directly connected to management, which will enable prompt action and tackling of difficult issues.
Quality Management System
In August 2000, our company acquired ISO9001, international standards for quality management system, to ensure our quality management system for various products. We deliver high quality products to many customers.
Environmental Management System
In August 2001, our company acquired ISO14001, international standards for environmental management system, as we consume a significant amount of energy such as electricity to manufacture various products. We actively promote environmental activities based on the environmental management system.
Hiroshi Minamoto establishes a private company Seiwa Kinzoku Seisakusho in Moriguchi City, Osaka to manufacture precision dies.
Seiwa Kinzoku Seisakusho incorporated as Seiwa Kinzoku Co., Ltd. with capital of ¥1 million.
New factory established in Shijonawate City, Osaka. Integrated production from die manufacturing to stamping starts.
Capital increased to ¥17 million.
Miyakonojo factory established in Miyakonojo City (1st phase of construction).
Expansion work completed (2nd phase of construction). Die factory moved to Miyakonojo factory to concentrate production.
Capital increased to ¥20 million yen.
Taping machines introduced and integrated production from die manufacturing to taping starts.
Die manufacturing department is spun off and Seiwa Giken Co., Ltd. established (capital ¥10 million).
Minamoto Indonesia PT (capital $500,000) established on Batam Island, Indonesia, and operation starts.
Seiwa Kinzoku Co., Ltd. acquires ISO9002.
Seiwa Kinzoku Co., Ltd. and Seiwa Giken Co., Ltd. acquire ISO14001.
Seiwa Kinzoku Co., Ltd. acquires ISO9001.
Seiwa Giken Co., Ltd. merged with Seiwa Kinzoku Co., Ltd.
Minamoto Indonesia PT closed.
Seiwa Kinzoku Co., Ltd. receives prize for excellence at Miyazaki Industrial Safety and Health Convention.
Seiwa Kinzoku Co., Ltd. receives prize for excellence from Panasonic Corporation, Automotive Industrial Systems Company, Device Solutions Business Division, Electronic Control Solutions Business Unit.
Seiwa Kinzoku Co.,Ltd.
7171 Tohoku Town, Miyakonojo City, Miyazaki Prefecture 885-0004 Japan
June 21, 1961
20 million yen
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