Company Outline

Company Outline

Name TAKUMA CO., LTD.
Head Office 2-2-33 Kinrakuji-cho, Amagasaki, Hyogo 660-0806, Japan
Main Business The design, construction and superintendence of a wide variety of boilers, plant machinery, pollution prevention plants, environmental equipment plants, and heating and cooling equipment and feedwater / drainage sanitation equipment and facilities. The design, construction and superintendence of civil, architecture and other works.
Representative Director Hiroaki Nanjo, President and CEO
Established June 10, 1938
Capital 13,367,457,968 yen (as of March 31, 2019)
Net sales [Consolidated] 121,950 Million yen (FY2018)
[Non-consolidated] 74,238 Million yen (FY2018)
Number of employees [Consolidated] 3,619 (as of March 31, 2019)
[Non-consolidated] 852 (as of March 31, 2019)

History

1912 The first "Takuma boiler" introduced by our founder, the venerable Tsunekichi Takuma The venerable Tsunekichi TakumaThe venerable
Tsunekichi Takuma
1930 The venerable Tsunekichi Takuma commended as one of the ten great inventors of Japan during the Meiji and Taisho periods (1868-1926)
1938 Takuma Boiler Manufacturing Co., Ltd. Founded Company Motto instituted:
"Service to the nation through boiler manufacturing"
1942 Operation begins at Harima Factory
1949 Company listed on the Osaka and Tokyo stock exchanges
Bagasse fired boiler, the first product of its kind in the industry, exported
1953 Head Office moved to Osaka's Kita-ku District
1958 Business expanded into the environmental facility sectors, including waste incineration and water treatment plants
1963 Japan's first waste incineration plant delivered
Sewerage treatment facility delivered
Japan's first waste incineration plantJapan's first waste
incineration plant
1972 Company renamed Takuma Co., Ltd.
1975 Bulk production begins on "vacotin heater", the world's first vacuum-type hot water heater Vacotin heaterVacotin heater
1986 The first overseas delivery of a waste treatment facility completed (U.S.A.)
1995 Amagasaki Head Office Building completed
1998 Japan's largest Energy from Waste plant delivered (Tokyo Shinkoto Waste Treatment Plant capacity: 1,800 t/day) Tokyo Shinkoto Waste Treatment PlantTokyo Shinkoto Waste
Treatment Plant
2005 Takuma Hanyokikai Co., Ltd., a subsidiary involved in the manufacture and sale of small boilers, and Ebara Boiler Co., Ltd. merged and renamed Nippon Thermoener Co., Ltd.
2010 Energy from Waste plant delivered in Europe (U.K.) Lakeside EfW PlantLakeside EfW Plant
2013 Operation of the Takuma Solar Power Plant began

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