Developing markets through taking on challenges with innovation.
Together with taking on customers' management challenges, continuing to create new value in PET resins.
Delivering new value from three perspectives, aiming to lead the industry into the next generation.
- Identifying the changing times
- Meeting customer needs
- Improving the environment
In recent years, the chemical industry has faced dramatic changes to its business environment, including environmental, resource, and waste-related issues. What is more, the framework of international competition in the industry has been significantly transformed as well. Accordingly, we have built a business model based on two distinctive paradigm shifts in order to adapt to customers' increasingly diverse needs while collecting ever-changing information through management and business operations.
One of these involves building in functions to raw materials. Through progress on highly advanced purity, structural controls, and molding and processing while combining materials in optimal ways, we will give concrete form to products that deliver optimal functions within the series of processes from raw materials to completed products. As a result, we will realize high-value-added materials through building in functions based on creative technologies to transform them to even more advanced products.
Supplying materials with built-in functions. As used here, "built-in functions" refers to a business transformation from one based on raw materials supplied in limited variations by upstream manufacturers to one that supplies a diverse range of materials with high value added.
Based on the perspective of creative strategy to deliver optimal solutions to our customers, we are making progress every day on development of business models to deliver solutions in the form of raw materials and material solutions with built-in functions.
In addition, to continue being a trusted enterprise we are striving to contribute to a sustainable society through proactive efforts toward business development targeting social challenges, such as plastic bottle recycling and development of bioplastics, while also enhancing our abilities to adapt to society's increasingly diverse and advanced demands, through delivering diverse solutions suited to the trends of the times. Furthermore, while pursuing quality and environmental performance with a focus on safety and reliability above all, we aim to enhance our corporate governance functions as well. We would appreciate your continued guidance and support.
Eishi Morita,Chief Executive Officer
- TSUKASA PETCO Corporation
- Head office
- KRC BLD.18 Nihon-ohdori, Naka-ku, Yokohama, 231-0021, JAPAN
- March 2006
- Eishi Morita,Chief Executive Officer
- 10 million yen
- 12.8 billion yen
- Main banks
- Mizuho Bank, Yokohama Branch; Bank of Yokohama, Corporate Sales Division;
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, Yokohama Branch; Resona Bank, Yokohama Branch;
Shoko Chukin Bank, Yokohama Branch; Yokohama Shinkin Bank, Corporate Sales Division;
Japan Finance Corporation, Yokohama Branch
- Main lines of business
- Import, export, and domestic sales of compound-resin raw materials
Import, export, and domestic sales of compound-resin products
Import, export, and domestic sales of various chemical products
- Main customers
- Teijin Ltd., Toppan Inc., Otsuka Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd., Toyo Seikan Co., Ltd.,
Mitsubishi Chemical Corp., Sekisui Seikei Co., Ltd.,
Mitsui & Co. Plastics Ltd., Sika Group (Switzerland)
- Main Suppliers
- Nan Ya Plastics Corp., Formosa Chemicals & Fibre Corp.,
Lotte Chemical Corp., SK Chemicals Co., Ltd., Lg Chem Ltd.,
Teijin Ltd., Taiwan Hon Chuan Enterprise Co., Ltd , and others
- Main affiliations
- Yokohama Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Japan Israel Chamber of Commerce (JICC),
Japan Clean Ocean Material Alliance (CLOMA),
Friends Of Technion (Technion – Israel Institute of Technology),
Food Contact Materials Safety Center, Japan PET Tray Association, Japan BioPlastics Association (JBPA)
By public transportation: JR Negishi Line: Nine minutes' walk from the South Exit of Kannai Station
Yokohama Municipal Subway Blue Line: Nine minutes' walk from Exit 1 of Kannai Station
Subway Minato Mirai Line: Two minutes' walk from Exit 3 of Nihon-odori Station
To the office: Get off the Minato Mirai Line at Nihon-odori Station
Exit from Exit 3 and go aboveground . . . Proceed to the right along the main street
. . . Turn right at the first traffic signal (Osanbashi Iriguchi)
. . . Proceed along the street, crossing one street
. . . The office is in the building you see in front of you
(the building with the Patagonia outdoors wear shop on the first floor)