Message from the President
Our Top Management Policy: Put the Customer First!
Since our founding in 1954, Shinko Hamono Co., Ltd. has been committed to the manufacture of high-quality industrial machinery and cutting blades. Our products have earned high praise from manufacturers in the metal product industry, including those involved in iron and steelmaking, non-ferrous metals, automobiles, shipbuilding, home appliances, and construction. We have also provided products for industrial waste disposal and other environmental sectors. After introducing new state-of-the-art machinery utilizing technology we have cultivated throughout our history, we have received praise for the high accuracy of our precision parts for machine tools and industrial machinery. We are pursuing international expansion even as we continue to instill in our employees a full recognition of the basics of manufacturing — high quality, reasonable price, and fast and accurate delivery dates. Under our motto of “Put the customer first,” we are responding to the needs of a wide variety of customers by ensuring our employees work together to demonstrate their full commitment to our clients. We will continue to strive to become a company that further contributes to society’s well-being. We look forward to your continued patronage and encouragement.
Harumi Nakazono Chairman & CEO
Shinko Hamono Co., Ltd.
Harumi Nakazono, Chairman and CEO
67.5 million yen
MUFG Bank, Ltd., Mizuho Bank, Ltd., Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, Japan Finance Corporation, The Shoko Chukin Bank, Ltd., The Bank of Kyoto, Ltd., The Shikoku Bank, Ltd., The Awa Bank, Ltd., The Amagasaki Shinkin Bank
Manufacture and sale of metal shear blades, blades for crushing machines, and precision machinery parts; grinding, heat treatment and other services
January 19, 1954
Number of Employees
99 (as of September 2019)
Shinko Hamono Co., Ltd. is established at its present head office location with 3 million yen in capital.
Capital is increased to 18 million yen.
Tokyo Sales Office is opened.
Nagoya Sales Office is opened.
Nagoya Factory begins operation.
Amagasaki Factory begins operation.
Tokyo Factory begins operation.
Capital is increased to 45 million yen.
Nakamachi Factory begins operation.
Capital is increased to 60 million yen with an investment from the Osaka Small and Medium Business Investment & Consultation Co., Ltd.
Amagasaki Factory is enlarged.
Capital is increased to 67.5 million yen.
Nakamachi Material Warehouse No. 2 begins operation.