About us

History

March 1937 Established SATAKE Nut Factory by Shigeru Satake
March 1947 Converted to SATAKE &Co., Ltd. in Midoricho, Sumida-ku, Tokyo and started sales of fastening components such as nuts and bolts.
September 1961 Converted to SATAKE Precision Technology Co., Ltd. with a capital of 1 million Yen
September 1972 Shinji Katakura took the position as CEO/President
October 1975 Launched new factory in Soka City, Saitama Prefecture
June 1990 Launched new Yamagata factory in Iidemachi, Yamagata Prefecture and integrated with the Funabashi factory.
February 1992 Increased the capital to 35 million Yen
May 1997 ISO9002 certification of Yamagata factory (JQA-1738)
March 2006 ISO9001 certification at all facilities
December 2006 ISO14001 certification (JQA-EM5640)
August 2008 Increased the capital to 50 million Yen
December 2009 Kenichi Ogata took the position as CEO/President
May 2010 Started development of tactile sensors utilizing the patented technology of University of Tokyo
July 2010 Established Business Development Division and tactile sensor business
August 2010 Relocated the head office to Kanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
April 2011 Separated tactile sensor business as “Touchence Inc.”
December 2012 Received the Monodzukuri Renkei Award
March 2013 The Sensor Division (Touchence Inc.) won the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers Award
May 2014 Established SIAM SATAKE Precision Technology Group Co., Ltd. as an overseas base in Thailand
August 2014 Acquired gas-pipe joint manufacturer “Sanko Kogyo Co., Ltd."
September 2015 Launched the 3rd Factory and clean room in the Yamagata Factory and started production of JSK brand products.
July 2016 Relocated Sanko Kogyo and the JSK Business Division to Kanda Chiyoda-Ku, TOKYO