Social Contribution Activities
To realize our business philosophy "Small but diamond bright, Everyone to share happiness", we are engaged in a wide range of social contribution.
Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake (Jan 1995)
Water supply activities using ISO tank containers were conducted in Kobe and Takarazuka Cities.
Large Earthquake in Sichuan Province, China (May 2008)
ISO tank containers were used to supply water which was greatly appreciated by the Chinese authorities and was widely reported by the Japanese media.
Great East Japan Earthquake (March 2011)
We offered support by making use of our operations, such as providing IBCs for water supply to the disaster-stricken areas and transportation of fishing boats.
Heavy Rain in Western Japan (Jun-July 2018)
52 IBC Poly Tanks were supplied to Uwajima City which were used as water supply bases in water-interrupted areas.
We conduct matching donations in which the company matches the amount donated by employees.
A public interest incorporated educational organization that provides a safe place to spend time and learning opportunities to children who are facing difficulties throughout Japan.
Foundation for Traffic accident Orphans
A public interest incorporated association that provides financial support to children orphaned by accidents who have financial difficulties in attending school.
Médecins Sans Frontières Japan
A private, non-profit international organization that provides independent, neutral and impartial medical and humanitarian aid.
Japan Powerchair Football Association:
A general incorporated association that supports and promotes powerchair football as the governing organization for powerchair football in Japan.
Japan Committee for UNICEF (United Nations Children’s Fund)
The Japan Committee for UNICEF, a public interest incorporated association, is the national committee in Japan for UNICEF (United Nations Children’s Fund), which works in over 190 countries and territories to protect the lives and rights of every child.
Donations for Victims of Large-scale Disasters in Japan and Abroad.