Our Recycling Division's challenge is not confined to developing our metal scrap business. In an effort to pursue the future of the recycling business, we aim to provide a new system of total recycling, which can contribute to environmental conservation through a full range of services from the disposal stage of the product to raw materials for a new product. Used industrial equipment, electric equipment, and home electric appliances, are constructed of various materials, which our special system recycles into individual materials through our special processing know-how.
Our efforts in raising management standards and standardizing the recycling process resulted in Nakatsuji Limited being registered as a Recycling Company for Used Home Electric Appliances by the Ministry of the Environment, and the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry in 2015. The Tadaoka Plant developed an environmental management system to obtain ISO14001:2004 in 2003, and continues to ameliorate its environmental impact.
Our Metal Recycling Division first started in 1917, as a wholesaler of used machines and ferrous scrap recycler. Since then, we have become a regional leader in the field of steel recycling over the last 100 years.
For 100 years to come, we will strive to develop our business to contribute to preserving the environment and to make the fullest use of resources for recycling.
Our unique Integrated Production System attains the accuracy and functions required by the customer for individual parts. We take responsibility for everything in the production process, from raw material selection, designing the proper production process, to the finished product.
At Nakatsuji Limited, unified control of production, sales, inventory, and purchasing, through bar codes, was instituted to make for a speedy and precise production and sales control system. With this unique system, we have established quick and accurate traceability with shorter lead times and enhanced quality.
The Senboku Takasago Plant obtains ISO 9001: 2008 certification, as well as ISO/TS16949:2009 certification for the scope of manufacturing of forged and machined parts for