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|Name||URANO Co., Ltd.|
|Location||Head Office/ Saitama Factory
3563 Shichihongi , Kamisatochou, Kodamagun, Saitama Prefecture, 369-0306 Japan
57-27 Hattandago, Higashisonogicho, Higashisonogigun , Nagasaki Prefecture, 859-3922 Japan
Nagoya Sales Office
97-2Nishitanaka Nagahori , Kiyosu City, Aichi Prefecture, 452-0933 Japan
1631-2 Higashikaminomiyamachi, Isesaki City, Gunma Prefecture, 372-0815 Japan
|Representative Director||Masanobu Kobayashi|
|Number of Employees(person)||481(June 2020)|
Fields of manufacturing
|production of machining parts for :
1) Aerospace products
2) Equipment related to nuclear, energy, generator and engine
3) A semiconductor manufacturing equipment
4) Medical equipment
|Correspondent Banks Saitama Branch Office||Japan Finance Corporation (Small and Medium Enterprise Program)
Honjo Branch, Gunma Bank
Sales department of Saitama , Saitama Resona Bank
Honjo Branch, Musashino Bank.
Honjo Branch, Saitamaken Shinkin Bank
Honjo Branch, Ashikaga Bank
Sonogi Branch, Shinwa Bank
History of Airplane
|1988||Construction of factory for manufacturing 5-axis machining center(3rd factory) is completed Installation of the first CatiaV3|
|1990||Began B757 airframe parts manufacture|
|1992||Began McDonnell Douglas/Boeing MD-11 airframe parts manufacture|
|1992||Began B777 airframe parts manufacture|
|2005||Began mass production for ER-J170 190 airframe parts manufacture|
|2006||Began mass production for Bombardier Global Express airframe parts manufacture|
|2007||Began taking a part of B787-8 development project|
|2008||Began B747-800 airframe parts manufacture
Began taking a part of Rolls-Royce Trent XWB-84 for A350 XWB development project
Began Airbus A380 airframe parts manufacture
|2008||Began Rockwellcollins 787cockpit airframe parts manufacture & assembly|
|2011||Began B787-9 airframe parts manufacture|
|2012||Taking a package order of multiple processes for MRJ (Mitsubishi Regional Jet)
Began taking a part of engine development project for GE（general electric）TechX.
|2014||Began B787-9 airframe parts manufacture & assembly
Began taking a part of development project for Pratt & Whitney PW1100G of A320neo.
|2015||Began taking a part of Bombardier G7000 development project|
|1950||The company is founded under the name Urano inworks in Kamimachi, Honjo City.|
|1963||Urano inworks Ltd. is established with ¥1,000,000 capital in Ojima-minami, Honjo City.|
|1972||The organization transforms from a limited company to a company and the trade name is changed to Urano Co.,Ltd.|
|1979||Moves to current location, Kamisato-machi,Kodama-gun,Saitama.|
|1987||Construction of FMS Factory（2nd factory ）is completed.|
|1989||Construction of factory for manufacturing 5-axis machining center (3rd factory) is completed.|
|1993||Construction of 4th factory is completed.|
|1994||Capital increases to ¥80,000,000.
Machining nuclear-fusion helical coil for LHD project of National Institute for Fusion Science
|1995||Machining outer wall of small-scale experimental vehicle HYFLEX to develop space plane HOPE.|
|1996||Enters B777 airframe parts manufacture.|
|1997||Parts machining for the Kibo, the Japanese Experiment Module on the International Space Station.|
|1999||Enters H-IIA Rocket parts manufacture.|
|2004||Saitama factory receives JIS-Q9100 certification, a quality system standard for the aerospace industry.|
|2006||Construction of aircraft parts machining factory (1st factory) in Higashi-sonogi-cho, Nagasaki is completed.
Sales office is established in Kiyosu City, Aichi.
|2007||Nagasaki factory receives JIS-Q9100 certification, a quality system standard for the aerospace industry.
Starts parts machining for the Boeing 787.
|2008||Construction of aircraft parts machining factory (2nd factory) in Higashi-sonogi-cho, Nagasaki is completed.
Urano is selected as one of Japan’s top 300 exciting manufacturers SMEs by Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry.
|2011||Saitama factory receives ISO 14001 certification (Environmental Management).
Urano receives batch order of multi-process machining for MRJ parts.
|2012||Starts collaboration with Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. Aerospace Company as a partner company.
Urano receives Japan’s largest order of large titanium components machining for Boeing 787.
|2013||Enters engine business of the Pratt & Whitney PW1000G for the Airbus A320neo.
Urano becomes one of the main suppliers of MRJ parts machining of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd
|2014||Urano becomes one of the main supplier of SCM (Supply Chain Management) of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. in the area of machining.
Starts collaboration with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. as a partner company.
|2016||Construction of aircraft parts machining factory (3rd factory) in Higashi-sonogi-cho, Nagasaki is completed.||2017||Construction of aircraft parts machining factory (4th factory) in Higashi-sonogi-cho, Nagasaki is completed.||2018||Construction of aircraft parts machining factory in Higashikaminomiyamachi, Gunma is completing.||2019||Construction of aircraft parts machining factory in Higashikaminomiyamachi, Gunma is completed.|
Voice of the Management
Chairman and Executive Director
Our goal is to pave the way to development from succeeding along with the customers by achieving four policies.
～Now is the time to show Japan’s manufacturing capability to the entire world～
1. We are committed to ‘manufacture products better and faster’ to achieve a prosperous life.
2. Centered on streamlined specialized teams, we are determined to improve the production rate by more than 65% with each and everyone’s heartfelt commitment.
3. We foster talented human resources with the purpose of understanding key principles to become the best in MC machining technology.
4. We constantly pursue new customers as a starting point to reclaim the market growth.
Representative Director, Supervisory Leader
Our company possesses factories in Saitama and Nagasaki prefectures. we are dedicated to provide the product within the deadline by operating a total of 70 machining centers 24 hours a day, 359 days a year. We are very well capable in 5-axis machining processing used to produce complex shaped equipment related to aerospace, nuclear power and liquid crystalline semiconductors. We also specialize in hard-to-cut materials (Inconel, Titanium) used for airplane fuselages and engines. We aim to produce top quality products with zero human error non-conformance and our employees make a united effort to improve this awareness. Our company is dedicated to overcome the hardships in the business by providing better products in less time with a affordable price tag.