Company Name Tanabe Compressor Co., Ltd.
Founded May 1970
Capital 25,000,000 yen
Representative President Shigeru Tanabe
Business Activities Part sales, repair and maintenance services, installation, construction, and other related operations for pistons, screw compressors, gas compressors, and metal part cleaning devices manufactured by Tanabe Pneumatic Machinery Co., Ltd.
Employees 44
Head Office Location 2-14-6 Senrioka, Settsu, Osaka Prefecture, 566-0001

Message from the President

<Supplying impressive levels of service to customers>

What constitutes a level of service that impresses customers? I believe that having employees keep this question always present in mind as they carry out their work activities is the best way to achieve impressive levels of service. We place the highest priority on customer satisfaction, so that customers can use TANABE products safely for years to come. We are united in our efforts to provide ambitious, high quality services.

Main Business Activities

Tanabe Compressor Co., Ltd. President Shigeru Tanabe

We provide parts, maintenance services, installation services, pipework construction, and other operations for pistons, screw air compressors, high pressure multi-stage air and gas compressors, oil-free compressors, air compressors for use in ships, automatic cleaning devices, and other devices using compressed air manufactured and sold by Tanabe Pneumatic Machinery Co., Ltd.

History

The Tanabe Compressor Co., Ltd. Tokyo Plant was established on May 1, 1970, fully capitalized by Tanabe Pneumatic Machinery Co., Ltd. (5,000,000 yen in capitalization) in order to provide improved maintenance service levels throughout the Kanto, Tohoku, and Hokkaido regions. In November 1986, we started operations at our Osaka and Nagoya plants as well. In July 1990, we merged with Tanabe Parts Sales Co., Ltd., and in July 2003, merged with Tanabe International Co., Ltd. In July 2010, we began central management at the Tokyo Plant of all parts, which had previously been stocked at multiple sites, in order to achieve greater parts supply speeds.

  • May 1, 1970
  • Tanabe Compressor Co., Ltd. Tokyo Plant established with full capitalization from
    Tanabe Pneumatic Machinery Co., Ltd. (5,000,000 yen in capitalization)
  • November 1986
  • Osaka Plant and Nagoya Plant opened
  • July 1990
  • Merged with Tanabe Parts Sales Co., Ltd.
  • July 2003
  • Merged with Tanabe International Co., Ltd.
  • July 2010
  • Began centralized management of parts inventory at Tokyo Plant