Aiming to contribute to society as a global company.

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TAIKO KIKAI INDUSTRIES was founded in 1956 as the first business invited to the town of Tabuse, and everyone anticipated its contributions to the community through job creation. Thus, the company’s start was planned for fulfilling corporate social responsibility (CSR) in the area from the beginning. Over the subsequent 60 years, TAIKO has lived up to those responsibilities.
In FY2015, the 60th year since its foundation, the company initiated its Business Continuity Plan (BCP) to define optimal damage-control measures for responding to large-scale disasters. With this plan, TAIKO will continue to carry out its social responsibilities as a company growing hand-in-hand with the global community.

Contributions to society

For TAIKO, preserving the earth’s environment is a critical mission. We produce water-treatment blowers, oxidizing blowers for flue gas desulfurization, single-screw pumps for sewage and sludge transfer, as well as sewage-treatment devices and bilge separators that help prevent pollution of the oceans. In addition to products used in environmental conservation, we have actively promoted, since 2013, use of renewable resources by selling electricity to grids through solar-power generation and developing and marketing small-scale hydroelectric power-generation equipment.

As part of TAIKO’s support activities for succeeding generations, we hold such events as a work-study program for junior high students and factory tours for high school students. Moreover, on July 31, 2015, we hosted 280 children from 19 countries who were participating in the 23rd World Scout Jamboree held in Yamaguchi prefecture.

Starting in 2013, we have hosted the “TAIKO Baseball Clinic” every year for youth baseball teams from the town of Tabuse and our employee’s children, inviting professional players from the Hiroshima Toyo Carp (NPB) to join.

Three social-contribution vending machines operated by the Nippon Foundation are installed as part of our fundraising activities. Each time one drink is purchased from these vending machines, a donation of 10 yen is made. In 2012, we initiated “Retina Fund,” and in 2014, started a project involving the donation of used postage stamps. At the request of Tabuse, TAIKO is also cooperating with blood donation drives conducted at our factory. This activity has been undertaken for more than 40 years and will continue into the foreseeable future.

In September 2019, Typhoon Faxai struck Kanto distrect and caused extensive damage mainly in Chiba Prefecture.
We provided 60 units of "JDK-40" and "JDK-60" electromagnetic drive diaphragm blowers to Chiba Prefectural Environmental Preservation Center which have exercise over to septic tank maintenance and cleaning companies.
TAIKO Kikai Industry hopes to support many victims and restore their living environment quickly.

Legal compliance

TAIKO assesses and reduces its energy consumption based on the “Energy Conservation Act: Act on the Rational Use of Energy,” assesses and reduces CO2 emissions based on the “Global Warming Law: Act on Promotion of Global Warming Countermeasures,” reduces chemical waste releases based on the “Pollutant Release and Transfer Register Law: Ordinance for Enforcement of the Act on Confirmation, etc. of Release Amounts of Specific Chemical Substances in the Environment and Promotion of Improvements to the Management Thereof,” and reduces industrial waste disposal as well as increases recycle rates based on the “Disposal and Cleaning Law: Waste Management and Public Cleansing Actup.” In accordance with each law, we notify prefectural and national governments regarding amounts of use and other such relevant information. In addition, to comply with the “Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade Control Law: Foreign Exchange and Trade Act,” we have become well versed in the area of secure export and trade management.

TAIKO complies with the “Labor Standards Act” and the “Industrial Safety and Health Act,” conducting thorough safety and hygiene management to prevent work accidents and diseases beforehand. We also take countermeasures to manage risk by promoting workplace patrols and risk assessment techniques centered on the Central Health and Safety Commission, which focuses on attaining workplace safety, heightening safety management, promoting traffic safety and self-management of health, as well as establishing an open and positive workplace environment.

TAIKO Hirao Solar Park image

TAIKO Hirao Solar Park

1st TAIKO Baseball Clinic(2013) image

1st TAIKO Baseball Clinic(2013)

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Factory tours for high school students

World Scout Jamboree(2015) image

World Scout Jamboree(2015)