Corporate Profile

Corporate Profile

Aug. 1956Kingo Matsui established Shinkikai Giken at 67 Oiwake-cho, Hamamatsu.
Oct. 1956The company’s first machine shop was established in Ta-machi, Hamamatsu.
Aug. 1959The head office, and Ta-machi machine shop, were moved from Oiwake-cho to the newly built Kamijima office/workshop.
Jun. 1967Purchase of 9900m2 of land in Takaoka-cho, Hamamatsu.
Mar. 1968The 1st stage of the Takaoka Plant building program was completed.
1968Delivery of large-scaled transfer machines to domestic automobile manufacturers remarkably increased.
Apr. 1969Moved the head office once again to the Takaoka Plant building, which was renamed 1st headquarters workshop, and accordingly, Kamijima workshop, 2nd workshop.
Jul. 1969Purchased a 1650m2 site for building the company’s welfare facility in close proximity to the 1st headquarters workshop.
Sep. 1972Shipped the 1st overseas installation machine to Malaysia (followed by deliveries to Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, and other Asian countries).
Jul. 1973Purchased an additional 4950m2 site neighboring the 1st headquarters workshop; the total area of our premise at Takaoka increased to 16500m2.
Sep. 1977Shipped our 1st machine to the USSR.
Nov. 1979Received the award for fine tax declaration firms (we received this same award four times successively).
Mar. 1985Shipped our 1st machine installed in China.
1987The 1st private placement for the amount of ¥100,000,000
1988Equipped with the BN12 five-side processing machine built by Toyoda-koki.
Mar. 1988Shipped our 1st machine installed in the U.S.A.
Jun. 1989The 6th stage of the Takaoka Plant building program was completed.
Sep. 1990Welfare building completed.
Mar. 1991Equipped with the DCG4014 double housing surface grinding machine (manufactured by Okamoto Machine Tool Co., Ltd.)
Apr. 1991The electric shop building was completed.
Feb. 1995Equipped with the 350TCA precision borer built by DIXI.
Sep. 1999Engineering Div. building extended.
Feb. 2004Equipped with the MPC-2650 gantry type machining center built by Toshiba Machine Tool Co., Ltd.
Mar. 2004Established an overseas group company, Micron SKG Sdn. Bhd., Malaysia.
Jan. 2005Kamijima warehouse built.
Aug. 2006Celebrated the 50th anniversary of the company foundation.
Jun. 2008The Micron-SKG Sdn. Bhd was formaly merged by Shinkikai Giken Co., Ltd., to be a 100% SKG subsidiary.
Mr. Matsui
Mr. Matsui, the founder of this company, in the days the company was established.
A special-purpose machine
A special-purpose machine which the company manufactured in those days.
Kamijima Workshop
Kamijima Workshop
Takaoka Plant
Takaoka Plant
Five-side processing machining center
Five-side processing machining center