Union Showa K.K.

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Company Name Union Showa K.K.
Head office 8-40,Konan 1-chome, Minato-ku Tokyo 108-0075, JAPAN
TEL : 81-3-5495-7031 (Administration Dept.)
FAX : 81-3-5495-7051
Mail
Founded May 1970
President Tatsuharu Arai
Closing Date December 31
Capital ¥ 250 Million
Major stockholders
Showa Denko K.K. 50%
UOP LLC* 50%
* through Honeywell North Atlantic Holdings Ltd.
Management Team
President & CEO Tatsuharu Arai
Senior Vice President(Absentee) Toshihiko Natsugari
Director Jun Ogawa
Manager, Administration Dept.
Director Takayuki Nishijima
Manager, Sales Dept.
Director Minoru Matsukura
Manager, New Market Development Dpt.
Absentee Director Akihiro Jimbo
Absentee Director Rebecca Liebert
Absentee Director Davies Walker
Absentee Director Jose Carrazza
Absentee Director Alan Cash
Absentee Auditor Toru Chijimatsu
Absentee Auditor Chise Masui
(As of March 16, 2018)
Major Product/Service Production and sales of Molecular Sieves, High Silica Zeolite and Ion exchange resins
Sales of Activated Alumina, Versal Alumina and Claus catalysts
Sales office in Japan Union Showa K.K. Head Office
8-40,Konan 1-chome, Minato-ku Tokyo 108-0075
TEL : 81-3-5495-7031
Operation Site in Japan

Yokkaichi Plant
3-27, Hinaga-higashi 3-chome Yokkaichi Mie 510-0886
TEL : 81-59-345-1480
Major product/service : Production of Molecular Sieve

Aizu Plant
111, Aza Nagayachi, Higashinagahara, Kawahigashimachi, Aizu-wakamatsu, Fukushima 969-3431
TEL : 81-242-75-2143

Organization

Company History

1970May Union Showa K.K. was founded as a joint venture between Showa Denko K.K. and Union Carbide. Union Showa K.K. built a new plant in Yokkaichi in Mie prefecture and began the production of Molecular Sieve using the technology introduced from Union Carbide.
1988August Union Carbide handed over its Molecular Sieve business to UOP LLC, and UOP LLC became one of the parent companies.
2014December Union Showa K.K. acquired the license of High Silica Zeolite from UOP LLC and completed the construction of a new plant in Aizu in Fukushima prefecture and began the operation.

 

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