Offices and affiliates
Kyushu Daiki Aluminium Co., Ltd.
Kyushu Daiki Aluminium is located in Fukuoka Prefecture, the gateway to Kyushu, and is close to Hakata and Fukuoka Airport. The company, which started operation in December 1956, manufactures and sells aluminium alloy ingots and is committed to conservation of the global environment and contribution to the local community.
3-8-1 Kifune, Umi-machi, Kasuya-gun, Fukuoka 811-2131
Nearest station: Hakata Station on the JR Sanyo Shinkansen Line or Minami Fukuoka Station on the JR Kagoshima Line
Nearest IC: Dazaifu IC on the Kyushu Expressway
Hokkaido Daiki Aluminium Co., Ltd.
Located in the Tomatoh Industrial Area, the largest industrial area in Japan, Hokkaido Daiki Aluminium collects aluminium raw materials from various areas in Hokkaido and recycles them to produce and sell aluminium alloy ingots. The company excels at producing ingots in small, high-mix lots and also produces small ingots for deoxidizer for steel making ,etc. and transports ingots to Honshu by ship in addition to selling them in Hokkaido.
Head Office and Tomakomai Plant
Tomatoh Industrial Area, 6-276 Aza Kashiwabara, Tomakomai, Hokkaido 059-1362
Nearest station: Tomakomai Station on the JR Muroran Line
Nearest IC: Tomakomai-higashi IC on the Hokkaido Longitudinal Expressway
2077 Higashi-yonesato, Shiroishi-ku, Sapporo, Hokkaido 003-0876
Daiki Engineering Co., Ltd.
Daiki Engineering sells melting and holding furnaces with high molten metal quality and low fuel consumption that are designed and manufactured to order to make them even easier to use. The company has facilities in Malaysia, Thailand, and China, as well as Japan, and provides comprehensive support, including the supply of new melting technologies and know-how through its collaboration system, and after-sales service.
5-7-37 Kano, Higashiosaka, Osaka 578-0901
Nearest station: Suminodo Station on the JR Katamachi Line
Nearest IC: Mizuhai IC on the Hanshin Expressway
Seishin Seisakusyo Co., Ltd.
Using molten aluminium supplied by the nearby Shiga Plant of Daiki Aluminium, Seishin Seisakusyo produces and sells die-cast aluminium products for a variety of applications, including cars, industrial equipment, telecommunications, and medical devices. The company has an advanced automated line for integrated production, from casting, processing, coating, and inspection to partial assembly.
1592-1 Aza Fukadani, Shibaharaminami-cho, Higashiomi, Shiga 527-0066
Nearest station: Kyocera-mae Station on the Ohmi Railway Main Line
Nearest IC: Yokkaichi IC on the Meishin Expressway
Daiki Material Co., Ltd.
As a pioneer in efforts to achieve SDGs, Daiki Material is a leader of metal recycling. It thoroughly separates used metals by type and returns them to society as reusable materials to help create a sustainable society. In July 2020, the company renovated its factory and facilities, and under its female president, it now operates stylish plants and offices with fully implemented 5S activities.
Head Office and Plant
1291-1 Aza Jizoso, Kawasaki-cho, Kameyama, Mie 519-0211
Nearest station: Kameyama Station on the JR Kansai Line or Shiroko Station on the Kintetsu Nagoya Line
Nearest IC: Suzuka IC on the Higashi-Meihan Expressway
Osaka Scrap Collection yard
2-11-30 Imamachi, Kashiwara, Osaka 582-0002
Nichiei Bldg., 1-4-8 Tosabori, Nishi-ku, Osaka 550-0001
Tokyo Aluminium Center Co., Ltd.
As a wholesaler of non-ferrous metals, Tokyo Aluminium Center purchases raw materials for aluminium recycling mainly from the Kanto Region and sells them to aluminium alloy manufacturers and trading companies. It is the largest wholesaler specializing in aluminium raw materials.
7-6-23 Matsue, Edogawa-ku, Tokyo 132-0025
15 Aioi-cho, Wakaba-ku, Chiba, Chiba 264-0031