Chuo Malleable Iron Co., Ltd.
-The Company is a manufacturer of automotive cast-iron products and aluminum cast parts.
-The Company's business operations are separated into the following two sectors:
- Die-casting Business: deals in automotive parts, industrial-vehicle parts, industrial-robot parts
- Metal Furniture Business: deals in various types of chairs/ furniture for offices and facilities.
-In FY ended March 2019, the Company generated consolidated sales of JPY 29.8 billion, which was a 11.8% increase on a year-over-basis (y/y). The Group's operating profit was JPY 156 million (a 77.4% decrease y/y), ordinary profit was JPY 821 million (an 38.4% decrease y/y), and net income (attributable to owners of parent company) was JPY 942 million (a 0.9% increase y/y).
|-Listed on the second section of the Nagoya Stock Exchange.|
Engine support brackets
Differential component supports
Knuckle steering systems
Carburetor mount brackets
|Jun. 1930||Established Takeyama Casting Works for normal pig iron casting.|
|May 1933||Started Takeyama Casting Malleable to produce malleable iron products.|
|Jan. 1944||Combined Adachi Machine Works and Sebe Iron Works
Into a machining division and incorporated it into Chuo Malleable Iron Co., Ltd.
|May 1946||Started production of tools made mainly from malleable iron.|
|May 1948||Started business with Toyota Jidousha Kogyo (currently Toyota Motor Company) as a tie-up plant.|
|Mar. 1959||Built the Nisshin Plant in Nisshin-cho, Aichi. (currently Nisshin City, Aichi)|
|Sep. 1960||Listed on the second section of the Nagoya Stock Exchange.|
|Apr. 1968||Established Toki Malleable Iron Co., Ltd. (currently a consolidated subsidiary) as a plant specializing in malleable iron products.|
|Oct. 1973||Set up the Kumamoto Plant in Otsu-cho, Kikuchi-gun, Kumamoto.|
|Feb. 1981||Acquired plant site (33,053m2) in Toki City, Gifu.|
|Mar. 1988||Changed the fiscal closing date from November 30 to March 31.|
|Oct. 1993||Completed developing land for the planned Toki Plant.|
|Apr. 2001||Signed a contract with Ishikawa Malleable Iron to establish a joint venture "Suzhou Ishikawa Iron Manufacturing Co., Ltd." in China (currently an affiliated firm) to produce ductile cast products.|
|May 2001||Acquired ISO14001.|
|Jan. 2002||Suzhou Ishikawa Iron Manufacturing Co., Ltd. started production.|
|Mar. 2006||Turned Toki Malleable Iron Co., Ltd. into a wholly owned subsidiary through a stock swap. (The company is currently a consolidated subsidiary.)|
|Nov. 2012||Constructed a new casting plant at Suzhou Chuo Malleable Iron Co., Ltd., the second one on the premises.|
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