Company Information

Company Profile

Company Name Kawasaki Hydromechanics Corp.
Establishment 11-Nov-1931
Representative President Kenji Koori
Director Yasuo Hirooka
Director Hiroshi Hase
Director Mamoru Yoshikuni
Capital JPY436,000,000-(As of April 1, 2020)
Product Manufacturing of presses and automation device
■Head Office & Factory
15-1 Minami-futami, Futami-cho, Akashi-shi, Hyogo Pref. 674-0093, Japan
Tel:+81-78-941-3311 Fax:+81-78-941-3340
■Tokyo Office
4th Floor Urawa System Bldg. 4-1-1 Tokiwa, Urawa-ku, Saitama-shi, Saitama Pref. 330-0061, Japan
Tel:+81-48-823-9250 Fax:+81-48-834-1706
■Nagoya Office
2th Floor Sa-ra Bldg, 1-1-17 Torii, Chiryu-shi, Aichi Pref. 472-0055, Japan
Tel:+81-566-84-5933 Fax:+81-566-83-5537
Shareholder Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd.
After-sales service, maintenance related
Head Office & Factory Tel:+81-78-941-3315 Fax:+81-78-941-3407
Presses, automation equipment and line integration
Head Office & Factory Tel:+81-78-941-3929 Fax:+81-78-941-3497

Corporate Policy

Kawasaki Hydromechanics Corp., as a specialized manufacturer of hydraulic presses, has consistently carried out the R & D, production and distribution of products under the slogan "Manufacturing from the Customer's Point of View".

We have strived to develop original technologies, manufacture products that meet customers' needs, realize the quick delivery of products and provide prompt and adequate after-sale services, and have gained strong trust and high evaluations from our customers.

Social needs will continue to be advanced and diversified at a more rapid pace.


1931 Establishment
1944 Established Hamano Iron Works Co., Ltd. Capital 80,000 yen
1954 Started production of hydraulic press
1957 Reorganized with Hamano Iron Works Co., Ltd.
1960 Increased capital to 8.5 million yen
1963 Be corporate affiliation with Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd.,
1964 Developed program-controlled deep drawing press (the first in Japan).
1965 Changed the company name to Kawasaki Hydromechanics Corp.
Increased capital to 34 million yen
1967 Launched program control FRP molding press
1971 Increased capital to 136 million yen
1973 Increased capital to 272 million yen
1975 Started sales of opposed die press
1977 Completed the world’s largest 120,000kN tube forming press.
1978 Started sales of multi-trial system
1982 Started sales of trial and die spotting press
Awarded Technology Development Award from The Japan Society for Technology of Plasticity for multi-trial system
Developed 4 point high-precision leveling system for FRP forming machines
1988 Developed and started sales of central control system for FRP molding
1990 Moved the head office and plant from Takasago City to the present location in Akashi City.
1991 Started sales of high-speed, energy-saving FRP molding machines
1994 Started sales of high-speed drawing press
1997 Equipped with 5-face machine and plano milling machining center (gantry type)
Started sales of new X series fine blanking press
1998 Electric link press exhibition at JIMTOF (Osaka)
1999 Acquired ISO9001 (Quality Management System) certification.
2001 Increased capital to 436 million yen
2004 Established Shanghai Office
2006 Started sales of CFP series compact cold forging press
2007 Acquired ISO14001 (Environmental Management System) certification.
2009 Acquired 『MF Eco Machine Certification』 from JFMA(Japan Forming Machinery Association)
『D-SERVO』 exhibited at MF-Tokyo 2009 (press, sheet metal and forming exhibition)

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