2017/8 We were pleased to welcome the delegates from the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Eastern Osaka district on August 18. We took them on a tour of Gifu plant and Kakamigahara plant, and showed the production work sites for large containers and other aerospace parts. It was a short time, but we exchanged information on production process and possibility.

2017/7 Awarded Nadcap (National Aerospace and Defense Contractors AccreditationProgram) certification for Welding at Kakamigahara Plant.

2017/7 We presented a lecture titled "Precision Electrochemical Machining (PECM) and its Applications" at Tokyo University on July 19,2017 as part of 2017 Japan Society of Electrical Machining Engineers lecture series. We provided the principle of the process, features, and its actual machining applications. It was very well received by the audience. Thank you to everyone in the audience and the society for giving us this opportunity.

2015/11 A large heavy duty container used for transport and storage ASTRO-H,sixth X-ray astronomy satellite scheduled to be launched by H-IIA launch next year, has been completed and shipped out our from Kakamigahara plant.

2015/6 Large paint booth equipped with most advanced heat-pump air conditioning system has been installed at Kakamigahara plant and started operation. Precision control system prevents quality deterioration caused by overshoot and ensures high quality finish.

2014/10 We are happy to announce the grand opening of our new manufacturing plant "kakamigahara plant" in gifu. This new plant was built for the purpose of expanding sales of large heavy-duty and sophisticated containers. A large paint booth is scheduled to be installed to provide a excellent quality finish required in aerospace and other industries that need superior paint finish.

2014/5 Received a letter of appreciation from JAXA (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency)
We were commended by JAXA (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency) for our contribution to the successful launch of SPRINT-A satellite iSpectroscopic Planet Observatory for Recognition of Interaction of Atmospherejusing a newly developed Epsilon rocket.

2014/2 Turkish communication satellite was successfully launched from Kazakhstan on February 14. A leading electric company in Japan got awarded its production contract. We provided heavy-duty container which accommodated the satellite and was shipped safely by the largest cargo plane Antonov and a land transportation to the launching place.

2013/9 We will participate in MECHATRONICS TECHNOLOGY JAPAN 2013 EXPO (MECT2013) held at Port Messe Nagoya from 23rd to 26th of October 2013. We will exhibit and demonstrate the latest Precision Electrochemical Machine (PECM). We are pleased to welcome you at our booth (Booth: 3B-06). Donft miss the chance!

2013/9 The first Epsilon Launch Vehicle (Epsilon-1) carrying the Spectroscopic Planet Observatory for Recognition of Interaction of Atmosphere (SPRINT-A) launched successfully. We built part of rocket fairing and transportation containers for shipping the launch vehicle and satellite to the Uchinouora Space Center. Expecting a bright new Epsilonfs future.

2013/4 We will participate in 17th MECHANICAL COMPONENTS & MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY EXPO (M-Tech) held at Tokyo Big Sight from 19th to 21st of June 2013. We will exhibit and demonstrate the latest Precision Electrochemical Machine (PECM). We are pleased to welcome you at our booth (Booth: 3-50). Donft miss the chance!

2013/2 Heavy-duty containers for storage and transportation of large rotating dome mounted above the fuselage of E-2C (early warning aircraft) has been completed and delivered to Japan Air Self-Defense Force.

2013/1 The installation of PECM (Precision ElectroChemical Machine) and the automatic neutralization of hexavalent chromium system (ET-Eco System) has been completed. The machine operation begins on a trial basis.

2012/10 A large spacecraft container has been completed and delivered. Spacecraft containers tend to become larger as their performances and functionalities are enhanced. This container is equipped with multi purpose trolley inside, which supports the spacecraft and provides tilting and rotational movement for changing its orientation. The container is designed and built to withstand the most severe environmental conditions during domestic and overseas transportation.

2012/09 We will participate in JAPAN INTERNATIONAL AEROSPACE EXHIBITION (JA2012) held in Nagoya, Japan from 9 to 14 of October 2012. We will introduce latest products and services which we think you would be interested in. We are pleased to welcome you at our booth (Booth: 1D-05) in Port Messe Nagoya.

2012/04 Signed Distributor Agreement with INDEC LLC, Russia, a global leader in the field of Precision ECM(PECM). This agreement will help develop new markets for ECM, including industries such as aerospace, automotive, medical, electronic, and die-making, etc.

2012/02 The Monozukuri Nippon Grand Award has jointly been organized by METI, MLIT, MHLW, and MEXT every other year since 2005, which is a program to recognize outstanding individuals in various generations engaged in monozukuri (manufacturing). Our product "ROSDEM", deburring and surface finishing machine, won the Excellence Prize.

2011/09 We just opened our new head office.

2011/09 We will move our Tokyo office.
We are pleased to announce that we will move our Tokyo office to the following place effective from September 26, 2011.
Your continued support and contribution is greatly appreciated.

[New Address]
1-8-15, Iwamoto-cho, Chiyoda-ku
Tokyo 101-0032 Japan
TEL: +81-3-5820-1835 FAX: +81-3-5820-1838

2011/07 Deburring and surface finishing machine " ROSDEM" exhibited and demonstrated at MECHATRONICS TECHNOLOGY JAPAN 2011 during September 29th to October 2nd. We are pleased to welcome you at our booth(Booth: 3C14) in Port Messe Nagoya.

2011/06 Made a donation through JAPANESE RED CROSS SOCIETY to help residents and support reconstruction of the areas struck by the Earthquake and Tsunami.

2011/04 Donated our containers to an NPO in Miyagi prefecture to help with rescue work in disaster area.

2010/08 Received a letter of appreciation from JAXA (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency) expressing its gratitude for our contribution to the development of HTV (H-Ⅱ Transfer Vehicle) and the success of its demonstration flight mission. This encourages to pursue further improvement of our containerization technology.

2010/05 Venus Climate Orbiter "AKATSUKI (PLANET-C)"was launched successfully on May 2. This orbiter was accommodated in our specially developed satellite container and then transported safely from JAXA to Tanegashima Space Center.

2010/05 Our large scale satellite container for Quasi-Zenith Satellite-1 "MICHIBIKI", used for satellite-based positioning systems which are utilized for car navigation, cell phones, and land surveying, has been completed. It was used to transport the satellite safely to Tanegashima Space Center. This satellite is scheduled to be launched in this coming summer.

2010/03 Satellite container for cloud profiling radar used for EarthCARE developed jointly by Japan and Europe completed and delivered. This observation satellite is scheduled to be launched in 2013.

2010/02 Satellite container for Mercury Magnetospheric Orbiter (MMO) used for comprehensive study on Mercury completed and delivered. This MMO is scheduled to be launched on Arianre rocket from Guiana in 2014.

2009/12 Electrochemical machining system (ECM) for production of jet engine blades for B787 completed and delivered.

2009/09 A large autoclave for aircraft application that ASC designed and built was delivered at ANA. Our second large autoclave installation was successfully finished.

2009/06 The delegation of BEST-JAPAN (Japan Society of Burr, Edge and Surface Conditioning Technique) visited our Gifu plant. Our ECM, latest deburring, and surface finish equipment information was introduced.

2009/06 The delegation of TMFA (Taiwan Micro-Fabrication Alliance) visited our Gifu plants. Our entire product line at two different plants was introduced. ECM application for micro-machining was discussed.