In 1896, TOKYO KEIKI began development of nautical instruments as Japan's first instrument plant. We have worked on the domestic production of precision instruments, for which Japan had been only relying on importing advanced technologies, and have played a role in the modernization of Japan. We have created many "first in Japan" businesses and products that boast the top niche within our business areas. In addition, we have a history of working for the first time in Japan to improve the workplace environment and to provide employee benefits.
Since our foundation, we have remained consistent in always tackling the development of new products and meeting the expectations of society. Long before the term “SDGs” and “sustainability” came into being, we have engaged in business with a mission of creating a safe and secure society. TOKYO KEIKI Group's products may not be conspicuous in everyday life, but they are placed into vital roles in countless areas including transportation, energy, agriculture, and disaster prevention supporting safety in people's lives.
By continuing to grow sustainably through "solving social issues to ensure the security and safety of people" and "contributing to the protection of the global environment," we seeks to continue a company that is needed by society. With this determination in mind, we launched TOKYO KEIKI Vision 2030 in June 2021, and are currently working to strengthen our five business domains as new growth drivers and deepen our existing businesses. Based on this vision, we will further take on challenges to aim for growth. "Takin on the challenge of solving social issues as a pioneer." That is TOKYO KEIKI’s DNA.
We shifted to the Tokyo Stock Exchange’s Prime Market in April 2022. We have made it our mission to maintain a level of governance that is commensurate with this, and to continuously enhance our corporate value.
I would like to ask for the continued support and guidance of our stakeholders as we move forward.
Representative Director, President and CEO