COMPANY

PHILOSOPHY

  • Commitment to Customer-Centric Management

    We strive to continuously innovate and refine our corporate structure to effectively meet the evolving needs of our customers, all while upholding the core principle of prioritizing quality above all else.

  • Management Based on Mutual Trust and Cooperation

    Customers, management, employees, and related companies consistently collaborate closely, working together to foster rich corporate development through creativity and implementation.

  • Environmental Enhancement and Societal Harmony

    We value enhancing employee welfare, revitalizing the workplace environment, and contributing to the development of local communities.

TOP MESSAGE

Fujita started as a fastener trading company. Over time, we've evolved to become a manufacturer and have expanded our operations overseas to better meet the needs of our customers.

As a trading company, we go beyond merely supplying fastener products. We also offer the wide range of products from our suppliers' expertise and our own original creations to meet the needs of our customers.
As a fastener manufacturer, we meet customer demands with our expertise and knowledge as "fastener professionals"
Throughout our 80-year history, we firmly believe that our unique combination of trading company and manufacturer roles has been fundamental to earning our customers' enduring trust. This synergy, embodied in the phrase "Leave it to Fujita, and they'll take care of it," is at the heart of our distinctiveness.

At present, the automotive industry, our primary clientele, is undergoing a transformation of unprecedented scale. While this poses a challenge to our company, specializing in fastening parts, we see it as an immense opportunity. We aim to leverage the agile approach of a trading company, the legacy of pioneering spirit from our predecessors, and the cohesive community we call "One Fujita" to drive further development.

To uphold our status as a trusted company among stakeholders and as a significant contributor to society, we humbly request your ongoing support. We eagerly anticipate the opportunity to collaborate with you in the future.

OUTLINE

Name
Fujita Rashi Kougyou Co., Ltd.
Headquarters
3-9-3 Meieki Minami, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan 450-8620
TEL
052-586-1181
FAX
052-586-4280
Established
May, 1942
President
Takahiro Fujita
Capital
89.25 million yen
Sales
28.4 billion yen (as of June 2023)
Number of Employees
526 (as of June 2023)
Business
Manufacture and Sales of Fasteners, Precision Parts, Machines and Tools
Products
Fasteners, Precision Parts, Specialty Parts, New Material Parts, Resin Processed Parts, Rings, Fastening Machines and Tools, Coating and Plating Process, Other Various Automated Machines and Tools and Associated Parts Packing Services.
Certificates
ISO 9001: Quality management system
IATF16949: Automotive industry quality management system
ISO14001:Environmental management system
Affiliated Company
FJT Holdings Co., Ltd.

HISTORY

1942 - 1950s

1942

Founded Fujita Shouten on May 3rd.
Founded Fujita Aircraft Manufacturing Company.

1945

Loss of branch office and warehouse, located in Osu, due to war disaster,
relocating Fujita Shouten to its current headquarters and resuming business on May.
Reopened Chikuwaya as a cafeteria on Oct.

1947

Started business dealings with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.

1949

Started business dealings with Tokyo Shibaura Electric(Now Known as Toshiba).

1950

Expanded product offerings due to Mitsubishi Heavy Industries' business expansion,
and increased screw orders due to the Korean War demand.

1951

Established Fujita Shokai Co., Ltd., in Aug with a capital of 800,000 yen.
President:Shoichi Fujita
Managing Director: Kazuhiko Fujita
Executive Director :Keizo Fujita
Trademark registered as "Mitsuruwa."

1953

Constructed a screw manufacturing facility on the west side of the current headquarters.

1955

Renamed to Fujita Rashi Kougyou Co., Ltd.,
Started business dealings with Toyoda Automatic Loom Works (now Toyota Industries).

1956

Started business dealings with Nippon Denso (now known as Denso),
Hayashi Manufacturing(now known as Rinnai), Japan Sewing Machine Manufacturing (now know as Brother ), Nitto kogyo, and Nagoya Rubber (now known as Toyota Gosei).

1958

Completion of a new headquarters building and increased capital to 2 million yen.

1959

Acquired approximately 37,271 square feet for a factory site in Hachike-cho, Nakagawa-ku, Nagoya.
Opened the Nagoya branch office of Nippon Pneumatic MFG.Co.,Ltd.

1960s - 1970s

1960

Increased capital to 6 million yen in May.

1961

Completion of Nakagawa Factory (A and B Factories) and wooden single dormitory in Haike-cho, Nakagawa-ku, Nagoya.

1962

Increased capital to 15 million yen in May.
Acquired approximately 104,987 square feet of land for a sales office in Toyota City.

1963

Hired a mass recruitment group from Kumamoto.

1964

Expanded three-story reinforced concrete employee dormitory on the west side of the Nakagawa Factory.

1967

Relocated headquarters to current location at Meieki-minami 3-chome, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya.

1968

Increased capital to 30 million yen in July.
Opened a sales office at the Nakagawa facility.

1971

Opened Toyota sales office in Yoshihara-cho, Toyota City.

1976

Implemented 2D3B headers at the Nakagawa production facility with the aim of expanding orders by broadening the processing range of cold forging.

1977

Constructed a Dacrotized coating processing plant at Toyota sales office location.

1980s - 1990s

1980

Established the Toyota 3rd Factory by opening a factory for air conditioner installation bolt kits in Toyota City in May.
Constructed a 3-story reinforced concrete warehouse and a 2-story reinforced concrete warehouse in Haike-cho, Nakagawaku, Nagoya, and relocated the Nakagawa Sales Office in Aug.

1981

Opened accounts with Kureha Automobile Industry (now as known Mitsubishi Fuso Bus Manufacturing) and Chubu Koki (now as known Chubu Corporation).

1982

Started business transactions with Mitsubishi Motors Tokyo Plant (now as known Mitsubishi Fuso Truck & Bus).

1983

Certified as a quality excellent factory by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Nagoya Machinery Works.

1984

Expanded the headquarters with a 4-story reinforced concrete building.
Constructed the second factory at the Toyota Plant.

1985

Started transactions with Aichi Casio.
Kazuhiko Fujita became president.

1986

Increased capital to 60 million yen in May.

1987

Constructed a second 4-story reinforced concrete factory at the Nakagawa Plant in Jul.
Acquired 5-stage bolt former.
Opened the Komaki Sales Office in Mitsubuchi, Komaki City.

1988

Acquired adjacent land to the Toyota Plant and a heat treatment plant in Oct.
Started in-house production of heat treatment with the operation of the heat treatment line.
Acquired the IBM mainframe system "AS/400".

1990

Started the Employee Stock Ownership Plan in Jun.
Increased capital to 85 million yen in Nov.
Started business with Kayaba Industry (now know as KYB).

1991

Started business with Hyundai Motor, Kia Motors, Jatco, and Fujishoji.
Established NPK Co., Ltd. as a wholly owned subsidiary for the independent operation of the construction department in Apr.
Capital: 10 million yen.

1992

Increased capital to 89.25 million yen in Jan.
Keizo Fujita became president.
Completed the Komaki Plant and held a ceremony to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the founding.
Established the Fujita Mitsuwakai association.
Started business with JR Tokai.

1994

Funeral of Shoichi Fujita and Kazuhiko Fujita in Jan 25.

1995

Toru Fujita became president.
Renamed the Nakagawa Plant to Nagoya Plant and renovated it.

1997

Established "Fujita Rashi (Thailand) CO., LTD." in Thai in Jul.

1998

Opened the Nagoya Testing Laboratory at the Nagoya Plant in Jan.
Obtained compliance certification for JIS Q 17025 (ISO/IEC 17025)in Jun.
Transformed into a function-based organization.

1999

Established "Fujita Rashi (USA) Corp." in US in Dec.

2000s - 2010s

2000

Obtained certification for ISO9001 and the quality system standard QS9000 of the American "Big Three" automakers in Sep.
Opened the Shizuoka Sales Office in Shimizu, Sunto , Shizuoka in Oct.

2002

Obtained ISO14001 certification in Apr

2003

Constructed a new factory at Fujita Rashi (Thailand) Co., Ltd.,and relocated its location.
Complied with environmental directives such as the ELV Directive and RoHS Directive in Europe.

2004

Obtained ISO14000 certification to include the Shizuoka Sales Office.

2005

Obtained ISO9001 (2000 version) certification in Dec.
Renewed QS9000 certification.

2006

Established "Guangzhou Fujita Screw Trading Co., Ltd." in China in Feb.
Completed the transition from Dacrotized coating to Geomet coating.

2007

Obtained ISO/TS16949 certification in Jan.
Started accepting trainees from Mongolia.
Opened accounts with Sango.

2008

Obtained ISO9001 certification for Fujita Screw Trading Co., Ltd.
Completed factory expansion.
Funeral of Keizo Fujita in Jul 26.
Held the 1st Regular Quality Meeting with business partners.
Completed the office building and multi-story warehouse at the Toyota Sales Office.

2009

Adopted under the Subsidy Program for Product Development Support for Small and Medium-sized Manufacturing Enterprises in Sep.

2010

Acquired land for the construction of the Okazaki Plant in Oct.

2012

Opened the Okazaki Plant, consolidating the manufacturing departments of the Komaki and Nagoya Plants in May.
Established "Fujita Rashi (Europe) s.r.o." in Czech in Oct.
Received the VA Proposal Award from Toyota Motor Corporation for intake manifold insert nuts.

2013

Established "PT. Fujita Rashi Indonesia" in Indonesian in Sep.
Established "PT. Fujita Hoei Indonesia" in Indonesian in Sep.
Added the Okazaki Plant to ISO14001 certification.

2014

Makoto Fujita became president in Jan.
Okazaki Test Facility renewal assessment (including transition from Nagoya Test Facility) JAB.
Started business with Nichidai.

2017

Implemented company split due to transition to a holding company structure in Jul.
Obtained IATF16949 certification (September).

2019

Creasted "Fujita Vision 2025".
Takahiro Fujita became president in Aug.

2020s - Present

2020

Established Mexico sales office, "Fujita Rashi Mexico, S.A. de C.V." in Sep

OFFICES & GROUPS

Headquarters/Sales Offices/Production Facility

  • Headquarters:

    3-9-3 Meieki Minami, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan 450-8620
    TEL 81-52-586-1181 FAX 81-52-586-4280

  • Okazaki Production Facility:

    1-5 Shiinoki, Maiki-cho, Okazaki City,Aichi, Japan, 444-3511
    TEL 81-564-48-8200 FAX 81-564-48-8104

  • Toyota Office

    26 Hirako, Yoshiwara-cho, Toyota City, Aichi, Japan 473-0916
    TEL 81-565-52-2631 FAX 81-565-53-0080

  • Komaki Logistics Center

    378 Kijino, Mitsubuchiharashinden, Komaki City, Aichi, Japan 485-0076
    TEL 81-568-75-5731 FAX 81-568-75-5733

  • Shizuoka Office

    5, Wholesale Danchi, Shimizu-cho, Sunto-gun, Shizuoka Japan 411-0912
    TEL 81-55-981-4066 FAX 81-55-981-4059

Fujita Group Companies

  • Fujita Rashi (USA) Corp.

    Fujita Rashi (USA) Corp.

    1670 Dolwick Drive, Suite 10 Erlanger,Kentucky 41018 U.S.A. TEL+1-859-525-7100 FAX+1-859-525-7103

  • Fujita Rashi (Thailand) Co.,LTD.

    Fujita Rashi (Thailand) Co.,LTD.

    700/40 Moo 6,Tambol Donhuaroh, Amphur Muang,Chonburi, 20000, Thailand TEL+66-38-458-811

  • 広州藤田螺丝貿易有限公司

    Zip Code:510620
    中国広東省広州市天河区体育東路122号
    羊城国際商貿中心西塔906室 TEL+86-20-3736-2576

  • Fujita Rashi (Europe) s.r.o.

    Fujita Rashi (Europe) s.r.o.

    Logisticky areal P3 Prague D1 Hala DC02 Vsechromy c.p.65, 251 64 Strančice Czech Republic TEL+420-284-680-091

  • PT. Fujita Rashi Indonesia

    PT. Fujita Rashi Indonesia

    Jl.Kenari 1 Blok G1-16 Delta Silicon5,Lippo Cikarang,Bekasi,Jawa Barat17550, Indonesia TEL+62-21-2962-8621(販売)
    +62-21-2947-1969(製造)
    FAX+62-21-2947-1970

  • Fujita Rashi Mexico,S.A. de C.V.

    Fujita Rashi Mexico,S.A. de C.V.

    Av.San Jeronimo 310,Piso 21,Col.
    San Jeronimo,Monterrey,Nuevo Leon, Mexico C.P. 64640 TEL+52-81-1767-2026.(Ext.132)

  • NPK Co., Ltd.

    3-9-3 Meieki Minami, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan 450-8620

CLIENT

  • Aisan Industries Co., Ltd.
  • AISIN CORPORATION
  • Aisin Keikinzoku Co., Ltd.
  • ADVICS CO.,LTD.
  • ISEKI & CO.,LTD
  • Imasen Electric Manufacturing Co., Ltd.
  • KYB Corporation
  • Gifu Plastic Industry Co., Ltd.
  • KOJIMA INDUSTRIES CORPORATION
  • Continental Automotive Corporation
  • Sango Co., Ltd.
  • CKD Corporation
  • JR Tokai Corporation
  • SINTOKOGIO, LTD.
  • PACIFIC INDUSTRIAL CO., LTD.
  • TECHNOL EIGHT Co., Ltd.
  • Denso Corporation
  • DENSO TEN Limited.
  • TOKAIRIKA,CO, LTD
  • Toyoda Gosei Co., Ltd.
  • Toyota Industries Corporation
  • Toyota Boshoku Corporation
  • Nabtesco Automotive Corporation
  • NITTO KOGYO CORPORATION
  • Hamanako Denso Co., Ltd.
  • Hitachi Astemo Ltd.
  • BROTHER INDUSTRIES, LTD.
  • Bosch Corporation
  • Makita Corporation
  • Mitsubishi Motors Corporation
  • Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Thermal Systems, Ltd.
  • MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES MEIKI ENGINES CO., LTD.
  • Yazaki Corporation
  • Rinnai Corporation

*Company names in alphabetical order, titles omitted.

PARTNER

  • Akebono Rashi Kougyou Co., Ltd.
  • ASKA CORPORATION
  • The ANSCO CO., Ltd.
  • Ikoma Plating Industry Co., Ltd.
  • IZURASHI Co., Ltd.
  • Isogai Co., Ltd.
  • Ebino Co., Ltd.
  • MC SYSTEMS INC.
  • OI TECH CO., LTD.
  • OSG SYSTEM PRODUCTS Co., LTD.
  • OGAKI SEIKO Co., Ltd.
  • Ochiai Co., Ltd.
  • Katokentekko Co., Ltd.
  • KISHU FASTENER Co., Ltd.
  • Kyoshin Hatsujyo Co., Ltd.
  • KURODA TECHNO Co., Ltd.
  • Chemitech-Chubu Inc.
  • KOBAYASHI WASHER WORKS CORPORATION
  • Sugiura Seisakusho Co., Ltd.
  • ThreeBond Co., Ltd.
  • Taiyo Stainless Spring Co., Ltd.
  • DENSO SOLUTION CORPORATION
  • Tokai Bussan Co., Ltd.
  • TOMISHIN Co., Ltd.
  • TOYOTSU TEKKOU HANBAI CORPORATION
  • TOYOTOMI HEAT TREATMENT CO,.LTD.
  • Natec Co., Ltd.
  • NISHI SEIKO Co., Ltd.
  • NISSAN SCREW CO., LTD
  • NITTO KOHKI CO., LTD.
  • NITTOSEIKO CO., LTD
  • Fukui Byora Co., Ltd.
  • Fuserashi Co., Ltd.
  • NIPPON POP RIVETS AND FASTENERS LTD.
  • Masasix Co., Ltd.
  • Master Industry Co.,Ltd.
  • Marukichi Kogyo Co., Ltd.
  • Maru Nishi Industries Co., Ltd.
  • Misuzu Seiko Co., Ltd.
  • Miharu Industry Co., Ltd.
  • Meinan heat treatment Co., Ltd.
  • MEINO Co., Ltd.
  • Yamaguchi Nut Co., Ltd.
  • YAMASHINA CORPORATION.
  • YAMATORASHI MFG. CO., LTD.

*Company names in alphabetical order, titles omitted.