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Overview

Corporate Name Fuji Bakelite Co., Ltd.
Headquarters 6500 Oda, Yakage-cho, Oda-gun, Okayama 714-1298, Japan
Telephone +81-866-84-8111
Fax +81-866-84-8578
Foundation February 1st, 1945
Capital 20 million yen
Representative Yoshiaki Fujii, President
No. of employees 550
Business Plastic parts for breakers, smart meters, automotive fuel pumps, car audio systems, car navigation systems, car air conditioners, cover lenses, interior panels, drive recorders, semiconductor containers, hard disc polishing carriers, vacuum circuit breakers and medical devices. Design and manufacture of all types of molds for plastic applications.
Major customers Mitsubishi Electric Corporation: Fukuyama Works, Sanda Works, Himeji Works, Power Device Works, Power Distribution Systems Center, Transmission & Distribution Systems Center, Itami Works, Inazawa Works, Denso Ten Limited, Panasonic Corporation, Denso Corporation, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., Kasai Kogyo Co., Ltd., Visteon Japan, Ltd., Pioneer Corporation, Sysmex Corporation, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Limited, Seagate Technology LLC, Kohan Kogyo Co., Ltd., Renesas Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., Ltd., Rohm Co., Ltd. and more.
Major suppliers Fudow Co., Ltd., Teijin Limited, Mitsubishi Engineering-Plastics Corporation, Morimura Bros., Inc. and more
Main financing banks The Chugoku Bank, Ltd. (Yakage Branch), Mizuho Bank, Ltd. (Fukuyama Branch)
Affiliate companies Ryoyo Electric Corporation, Dalian Fuji Plastics Products Co., Ltd., Thai Fuji Plastics Co., Ltd., Fuji Bakelite Vietnam Co., Ltd., IFP Bakelite India Private Limited and more.
Outsourcing plants Setou, Inc. and other 20 companies

History

April 1944 Established as a military plant under the direction of the Ordnance Administration Headquarters of the Japanese Imperial Army
January 1945 Manufactured aerial parts as an evacuation plant of Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Fukuyama Works. For whom, Fuji Bakelite started manufacturing of parts for integrating watt meters as an exclusive plant after World War II
November 1968 Established Ryoyo Electric Corp. in collaboration with Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
August 1969 Relocated and newly built the Oda Plant
October 1972 Merged the Yoshii Plant with the Meiji Plant into a new Yoshii Plant
October 1974 Received Labor Secretary's Award during nationwide safety week
May 1976 Introduced thermoplastic injection molding machine
(Expansion of operations as a comprehensive plastic manufacturer)
December 1980 Constructed a Mold Building Factory
December 1981 Constructed a Bulk Molding Compound Plant
July 1984 Constructed the Yoshii Thermoplastic Injection Molding Plant
February 1989 Second expansion of Yoshii facility to add additional space to support Thermoplastic Molding operations
May 1991 Third expansion of Yoshii facility to add additional space to support Thermoplastic Molding operations
April 1992 Completed expansion and remodeling of head office
September 1995 Established Dalian Fuji Plastics Products Co., Ltd.
June 1998 Obtained ISO9001 certification
March 2001 Second expansion of Dalian Fuji Plastics Products Co., Ltd.
May 2003 Opened Tokyo office
July 2004 Obtained ISO14001 certification
September 2004 Third expansion of Dalian Fuji Plastics Products Co., Ltd.
July 2006 Established Thai Fuji Plastics Co., Ltd.
January 2013 Started to sell polishing carriers for hard disks
February 2013 Established Fuji Bakelite Vietnam Co., Ltd.
December 2016 Constructed the No.2 Oda Plant (large injection molding, decorating and processing plant)
February 2018 Established IFP Bakelite India Private Limited
July 2018 Second-phase expansion of the plant at Fuji Bakelite Vietnam Co., Ltd.

Action Plan

Based on "Act for Measures to Support the Development of the Next Generation", Fuji Bakelite has drawn up the following action plan, which enables the employees balance work and raising children and builds a pleasant working atmosphere for every employee. We aim to "create a company where employees shine through and so does the shop floor".

Action Plan

1. Planning Period
April 1, 2015 to March 31, 2020 (5 years)
2. Details

Objective No.1: Make sure a Child Care Leave can be granted without fail within the scheduled period

Measures Investigate specific needs of employees' and study measures from April, 2015 onwards
Keep every employee informed about the system of Child Care Leave from June, 2015 onwards

Objective No.2: In order to create a working environment where Child Care Leave can easily be taken, allocate the required manpower to lessen the burden of the workplace where necessary

Measures Create an acquisition schedule of Child Care Leave every May and November; based on which, BJ meeting will be held to discuss the replacement for necessary allocation

Objective No.3: Provide the opportunity for high school and college students to work as an intern

Measures Internship is available to more than one student every year from April, 2015 onwards

April 1, 2015
Fuji Bakelite Co., Ltd.

Action Plans

We create a working environment where women can fully demonstrate their competence and capabilities at their discretion. Such creation will bring a work-friendly atmosphere for everyone at Fuji Bakelite.
Thus we formulate an action plan in order to realize our slogan "Create a company where each employee's talents shine through at work place."

1. Planning Period
April 1, 2016 to March 31, 2021 (5 years)
2. Details
The object: Set the number of female employees who receive trainings to the same level as male ones within the said period
Female employees: Set the attendance rate to 100%
Measures From April 2016 onwards: Undertake research on specific needs of employees and review measures
From May 2016 onwards: Make announcement on training programs to each staff

March 31, 2016
Fuji Bakelite Co., Ltd.