ABOUT SANYO SYOJI CO., LTD.


 Corporate History

1947
Yoshinobu Ueda, the owner of Sanyo Koki Shoten of 672 Higashiguchi, Kidera-cho, Nara Prefecture, established Yoshino Utility Pole Treatment Factory in Kurotaki-mura, Yoshino-gun, Nara Prefecture at the request of the Nagoya Bureau of Communications, and produced treated utility poles for Tokai Telecommunications Bureau as a designated factory. While continuing to sell used machinery, he established Sanyo Shoten to handle obsolete items from the Telecommunication Bureau and other government organizations.
September 1951
On the death of Yoshinobu Ueda, Tomie Ueda succeeded the operation and she closed Yoshino Utility Pole Treatment Factory and concentrated on Sanyo Shoten.
March 1957
Sanyo Syoji Co., Ltd. was established at 1-12-20 Hishie, Higashi-Osaka, Osaka Prefecture.
October 1995
An intermediate processing plant (Nara Recycling Center) was built in Tsuge-mura, Yamabe-gun, Nara Prefecture.
February 1996
The company obtained a license for an industrial waste processing business (intermediate processing) at 432-1 Oaza-Iu, Tsuge-mura, Yamabe-gun, Nara Prefecture (presently 432-1 Iu-cho, Nara City).
May 1997
The company acquired a license as a general construction business (scaffolding and civil engineering).
July 1998
Corporate capital was increased to 20 million JPY.
October 1998
Capital was increased to 40 million JPY.
January 1999
A new headquarters (Higashi Osaka Recycling Center) was built at 2-4-10 Hishie, Higashi-Osaka, Osaka Prefecture.
January 1999
Hiroyasu Ueda assumed the position of President.
July 1999
The company obtained a license for an industrial waste transshipment/storage business at the Higashi-Osaka Recycling Center.
September 2000
The company obtained a license for an industrial waste processing business (intermediate processing) at the Higashi-Osaka Recycling Center.
August 2002
The company obtained a license for specially managed industrial waste transshipment/storage at the Higashi-Osaka Recycling Center.
March 2003
The head office, Higashi-Osaka Recycling Center and Nara Recycling Center obtained ISO14001 certification.
August 2006
The company obtained a license for a trucking business.
August 2006
The company obtained license for industrial waste collection and transportation throughout Japan.
March 2007
The company as a whole (including the head office and recycling centers) obtained ISO27001 certification.
April 2007
The Tokyo Recycling Center was built at 3-10-8 Shinsuna, Koto-ku, Tokyo Prefecture (inside the Maruichi Unyu Shinsuna Logistics Center), and a license was obtained for an industrial waste processing business (intermediate processing).
September 2008
The Horyuji Recycling Center was built in Ikaruga-cho, Ikoma-gun, Nara Prefecture.
January 2009
The company as a whole (including the head office and recycling centers) obtained OHSAS18001 certification.
December 2012
The Fukusumi Recycling Center was built in Tenri City, Nara Prefecture.
October 2013
The Yachiyo Recycling Center was built in Yachiyo City, Chiba Prefecture.
April 2014
Capital was increased to 90 million JPY.
February 2015
The Sendai Recycling Center was built in Sendai City, Miyagi Prefecture.
May 2015
The company obtained a license for an industrial waste processing business (intermediate processing) at the Sendai Recycling Center.
July 2015
The Tokyo Recycling Center was built in Edogawa-ku, Tokyo Prefecture (the name of former Tokyo Recycling Center was changed to the Shinsuna Recycling Center).
August 2015
The company obtained a license for an industrial waste processing business (intermediate processing) at the Tokyo Recycling Center.
September 2015
The Yurakucho office was opened in Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo Prefecture.
October 2017
The head office was moved to Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo Prefecture.
November 2018
The Chiba-Kita Logistics Center was established in Chiba Prefecture.