HISTORY 沿革・プロフィール


Established Namitakiko Shokai.

Based on his experience while working at a special steel wholesaler, he became independent as a stainless steel hardware manufacturer (Namitakiko Shokai) in Nishi-ku, Osaka City.
Since its establishment in 1969, the company has used its experience as a special steel wholesaler to deliver damper weights and other products to Daihatsu Motor (via a trading company).
In 1973, we received a proposal from Osaka Kozai (now Nippon Steel Trading Co., Ltd.) to start manufacturing anchors (initially plate Y-type anchors) for heat and fire resistance. This was a major turning point in the company’s history when we were able to expand our sales by increasing our lineup to include Namita-type YM anchors.


Company name changed to Namitakiko Co., Ltd.

The company is renamed Namitakiko Co., Ltd. with a capital of 5 million yen and a stock structure.


Taisho factory established.

The Taisho factory, which mainly processes stainless steel, started operation in Minami-Onkashima, Taisho-ku, Osaka City, and is operated in two locations with the Kujo Plant, which specializes in anchor metals.


New Head Office Building Completed

New head office building completed in Honden, Nishi-ku, Osaka City.


Started sales expansion in the Chugoku and Shikoku regions.

Establishes sales company NAC Chugoku Ltd. in Tamano City, Okayama Prefecture. Strengthens sales expansion in the three prefectures of the Chugoku region and the Shikoku region.


Shodoshima factory established.

The Shodoshima factory is completed in Shodoshima, Kagawa Prefecture. Begins production of semi-finished refractory anchors and custom-made stainless steel and aluminum fabricated products.


Hari factory established.

Established Hari factory in Uda-gun, Nara Prefecture. Started manufacturing filter cages.


Strengthening Sales in the Kyushu Region

Opened the Kyushu Sales Office in Kokura, Kitakyushu City, Fukuoka Prefecture. Strengthen sales in the Kyushu region.


Started sales activities in the Tokyo metropolitan area.

Opened Tokyo Branch Office in Kanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo. Begins sales activities in the Tokyo metropolitan area.


Kujo Distribution Center established.

Expanded the Kujo Plant and added the Kujo Distribution Center.


Strengthen sales in Nagoya area

Nagoya Branch Office opened in Nishi-ku, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture.


Establishment of new head office (main plant)

Head Office, Taisho Factory, and Kujo (Factory and Distribution Center) were integrated and operations were started in Kobayashi Nishi, Taisho-ku, Osaka city.


Capital alliance with Japan Carlit Co., Ltd.


Became a wholly owned subsidiary of Carlit Holdings Co., Ltd.


Establishment of Asia Giken Co.,Ltd.

A new company, Asia Giken Co., Ltd. was established and became a subsidiary after taking over the business of manufacturing and selling studs and welding machines from former Asia Giken.