COMPANY

Company Information

Trade Name

Kanto Machinery Center Co., Ltd.

Japanese

株式会社 関東機械センター

Headquarters

〒101-0044 Tokyo, Chiyoda-ku, Kaji-cho 2-3-2, Kanda Center Building 7F

Fax

+81-3-3258-3450

Year Established

1969

Capital

JPY 20,000,000

Chief Executive Officer

Kazuo Yoshioka

Senior Managing Director

Kazuhito Yoshioka

Managing Director

Shigeo Kinoshita

Offices

《Parts Center・Toshima Sales Office》〒170-0002 Tokyo, Toshima-ku, Sugamo 5-1-5 (located inside the Tokyo Toshima Market)

《Setagaya Sales Office》〒157-0074 Tokyo, Setagaya-ku, Okura 1-4-1 (located inside the Tokyo Setagaya Market)

《Fukuoka Sales Office》〒810-0072 Fukuoka, Fukuoka-shi, Chuo-ku, Nagahama 2-3-35, Dwell Nagahama room 202

《Osaka Sales Office》〒553-0005 Osaka, Osaka-shi, Fukushima-ku, Noda 4-1-38

Banks

Mitsubishi Tokyo UFJ Bank Kanda branch

Mitsubishi Tokyo UFJ Bank Kanda Ekimae branch

Mizuho Bank Kanda Ekimae branch

Affiliates

Mighty Car Service Co., Ltd. 〒101-0032 Tokyo, Chiyoda-ku, Iwamoto-cho 1-3-1, New Nakano Building 7F

Kanto Machinery Service Ltd. 〒175-0082 Tokyo, Itabashi-ku, Takashimadaira 6-1-5 (located inside the Tokyo Itabashi Market)

Kanto Mighty Service Ltd. 〒321-0933 Tochigi, Utsunomiya-shi, Yanaze-cho 1493 (located inside the Utsunomiya Market)

Hokkaido Mighty Car Service Co., Ltd. 〒060-0016 Hokkaido, Sapporo-shi, Chuo-ku, Kita 16-jo Nishi, 21-34-2

Manufacturing Companies

Kanto Noki Co., Ltd. (headquarters) 〒323-0819 Tochigi, Oyama-shi, Yokokura Shinden 493

Kanto Noki Co., Ltd. Morioka factory 〒028-4132 Iwate, Morioka-shi, Tamayama-ku, Shibutami-Aza Iwahana 20-55

Major Suppliers

Kanto Noki Co., Ltd. / GS Yuasa Manufacturing Co., Ltd. / Toyota L&F Tokyo Co., Ltd. /

Toyota L&F Chiba Co., Ltd. / Toyota L&F Kanagawa Co., Ltd.

Main Customers

Distributors nationwide / Tokyo Century Corporation / Nippon Car Solutions Co., Ltd. /

JA Mitsui Leasing, Ltd. / Fuyo Auto Lease Co., Ltd. / Mitsubishi Auto Leasing Corporation /

ORIX Auto Corporation / Toyota L&F Industries Corporation / Sumitomo Nacco Forklift Co.,Ltd.

History

September 1969

Established with JPY 1,500,000 of capital as Sanyo Machinery Center Co., Ltd.

February 1971

Changed name to Kanto Machinery Center Co., Ltd. and increased capital to JPY 3,300,000.

Septemer 1981

Established Kanto Machinery Service Ltd. with JPY 2,000,000 of capital in order to create independent sales and service operations for the Setagaya, Ebara, Itabashi, Toshima and Kawasaki markets.

May 1983

Established a repair shop and storage warehouse in the Tama New Town Market, as its designated contractor.

November 1983

Established  Mighty Car Service Ltd. with JPY 2,000,000 of capital, and created independent sales and service operations for the Kanda, Kitaadachi and Kasai markets.

January 1984

Established Kanto Mighty Service Ltd. and created independent sales and services operations for the Utsunomiya Market.

December 1989

Increased capital to JPY 10,000,000.

August 1990

Began rental parking operations inside the Fukuoka distribution center.

December 1994

Relocated heaquarters to Kanda Kaji-cho.

April 2001

Received a letter of thanks from the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries General Food Policy Bureau Chief on the 30th anniversary of the enactment of the Wholesale Market Act for our contributions to the development of the market.

December 2003

Relocated the parts center from the Tokyo Tama New Town Market to the Tokyo Toshima Market.

March 2004

Established a sales office in Osaka to strengthen sales in Kansai.

October 2004

Established a repair shop for industrial vehicles in the Tokyo Yodobashi Market as its designated contractor.

June 2005

Delivered Chubu International Airport passenger cart.

September 2006

Established a repair shop for industrial vehicles in the Fukuoka's Fresh Fish Market as it’s Fukuoka city-designated contractor.

March 2007

Acquired forklift inspector (Fukuoka Sales Office)

March 2007

Acquired forklift inspector (Toshima and Osaka Sales Offices)

March 2009

Obtained Secondhand Dealer Permit from the
Tokyo Metropolitan Public Safety Commission

May 2009

Obtained a “Standard Logistics Equipment Certification” from the Government of South Korea.

March 2010

Delivered 4-seater passenger carts to the New Chitose Airport for international flights.

July 2010

Delivered passenger carts (PASSECA) to the Haneda International Airport terminal building.

September 2012

Began selling the new version of the B-5 model, dubbed the BN-5.

February 2013

Delivered passenger carts to a new airport in Ecuador as part of an ODA  (Official Development Assistance) project.

February 2014

Delivered passenger carts (PASSECA) to the Haneda International Airport terminal building.

July 2014

Began selling the new version of the V-3 model, dubbed the MG-1.

January 2016

Began selling the new version of the BN-3.

February 2016

Delivered electric vehicles to the Fukuoka fruit and vegetable new market.

May 2016

Received sales-related letters of thanks from Toyota Industries Corporation and Toyota L&F Tokyo Co., Ltd.

August 2016

Received letter of thanks for many years of support from the Sendai Central Wholesale Association.

September 2016

Participated in the Arai Auction.

December 2016

Delivered passenger carts (PASSECA) to the All Nippon Airways Haneda second terminal building.