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Showa Denko K.K. operates as a chemical company in Japan and internationally. The company operates through six segments: Petrochemicals, Chemicals, Electronics, Inorganics, Aluminum, and Others. The Petrochemicals segment provides olefins, such as ethylene, propylene, C4 fraction, cracked fuel oils, etc.; and organic chemicals, including vinyl acetate monomer, vinyl and ethyl acetate, allyl alcohol, acetaldehyde, acetic acid, and allyl ester resins. The Chemicals segment offers industrial gases comprising oxygen, nitrogen, argon, fusing ethylene, hydrogen, mixed gases, and xenon; electronic chemicals, which include purity gases/chemicals and equipment for use in LCP, LED, and solar cell manufacturing processes; and basic chemicals, such as acrylonitril, ammonia, amino acid, chelate agents, caustic soda, hydrochloric acid, and other industrial chemicals, as well as chloroprene rubber and chlorinated polyethylene. It also provides functional chemicals, including unsaturated polyesters, resins for heat shield coating, adhesives, biodegradable plastics, raw materials for cosmetics, functional monomers, hydrophilic polymers, and HPLC columns, as well as starch compounds. The Electronics segment offers hard disks, epitaxial wafers, and LED chips; and rare earth magnetic alloys. The Inorganics segment provides ceramics products, such as alumina, aluminum hydroxide, polish, abrasives, refractories, and titanium oxide; and graphite electrodes for electric steelmaking furnaces. The Aluminum segment offers aluminum capacitor foils and aluminum sheets; extruded and forged products, aluminum cylinders, cast rods of aluminum alloys and blanks, compressors, heat exchangers, and power semiconductor cooling devices; and aluminum beverage cans. The Others segment is involved in the provision of lithium ion batteries and fuel cell materials; and building products, as well as general trading activities. Showa Denko K.K. was founded in 1908 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.

10,253 Employees
Last Reported Date: 11/14/16
Founded in 1908

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showa denko k k (4004) Key Developments

Showa Denko K.K. Announces Management Changes

Showa Denko K.K. decided at its board meeting on December 5, 2016 on changes in corporate management. Masaru Amano will resign as Representative Director effective January 3, 2017. He will also resign as Director at the General Meeting of Shareholders in late March 2017. He will become Assistant to President on January 4, 2017 and will be elected Audit & Supervisory Board Member (Outside Member) of Shoko Co. Ltd. in late March. Saburo Muto and Taichi Nagai will resign as Director at the same General Meeting of Shareholders. Muto will become Assistant to President on January 4, 2017 and will be elected Audit & Supervisory Board Member at the General Meeting of Shareholders in March. Jun Tanaka, Hidehito Takahashi, Keiichi Kamiguchi, and Toshiharu Kato will be newly elected Directors at the General Meeting of Shareholders in March. Ichiro Nomura will resign as Audit & Supervisory Board Member at the same General Meeting of Shareholders. Nobuhiko Kawamura and Junichi Inaizumi will resign as Corporate Officer effective January 3, 2017. Kawamura will become Counselor of the Electronics Materials Division on January 4, 2017. Inaizumi will become Special Counselor of Shoko Co. Ltd. on January 4, and Representative Director and President of the company in late March. Jiro Ishikawa will be promoted to Senior Managing Corporate Officer and take charge of Electronics Materials and Advanced Battery Materials divisions in addition to the current post of General Manager, HD Division. Tatsuharu Arai will be promoted to Managing Corporate Officer. Jun Tanaka will be promoted to Managing Corporate Officer and elected Chief Technology Officer. He will be in charge of Electronic Chemicals and Functional Chemicals divisions, Business Development Center, Isesaki and Tatsuo plants, and Corporate R&D Department. Hidehito Takahashi will become Managing Corporate Officer and officer in charge of Corporate Strategy Department, while continuing to supervise Ceramics and Carbons divisions and Omachi Plant. Robert C. Whitten will serve as Supervisor of the Carbons Business Integration Promotion Team in the capacity of Assistant to President in charge of special assignments. Keiichi Kamiguchi will be elected Chief Risk Management Officer and take charge of Internal Audit, Legal & Intellectual Property, General Affairs & Human Resources, and Purchasing & SCM departments. He will also serve as Chairman, Security Export Control Committee. Takayuki Sato will become General Manager of Electronics Materials Division and officer in charge of Chichibu Plant. Motohiro Takeuchi will become General Manager of Corporate Strategy Department. Taichi Nagai will continue to be officer in charge of Production Technology, Energy & Electricity, and CSR departments as well as Chairman of Safety Measures Committee, but stop supervising SPS Innovation Department. Koichi Nishimura will take charge of Basic Chemicals Division and Kawasaki and Higashinagahara plants while continuing to serve as General Manager of Industrial Gases Division and President of Showa Denko Gas Products Co. Ltd. Toshiharu Kato will be elected Chief Financial Officer and supervise Information Systems Department, while continuing to serve as General Manager of Finance & Accounting Department. Furthermore, five new corporate officers will be appointed on January 4, 2017. They are Hiroshi Daio, Takuji Yamamoto, Masao Shibuya, Akihiro Jinbo and Tetsuo. Daio will become General Manager of Ceramics Division and officer in charge of Yokohama and Shiojiri plants. Yamamoto will take charge of SPS Innovation Department while continuing to serve as General Manager of Production Technology Department. Shibuya will be appointed General Manager of Advanced Battery Materials Division. Wada will be appointed General Manager of Business Development Center and Institute for Integrated Product Development. Takeshi will resign as Corporate Fellow on January 3, 2017 and become Counselor of Energy & Electricity Department on January 4, 2017. Nobuyuki Yamaji will resign as Corporate Fellow on January 3, 2017 and become Counselor of Oita Complex on January 4, 2017. Masaharu Tochigi will be assigned to Production Technology Department on January 4, 2017 Yoshiaki Yoshida will focus on his responsibility as Plant Manager. Meanwhile, four new Corporate Fellows will be appointed on January 4, 2017. They are Takanori, Takayuki Tohaya, Kazunari Yamada, and Tamami. Tohaya will be appointed General Manager of Energy & Electricity Department on January 4. Koyama will start concurrently serving as General Manager of Institute for Advanced and Core Technology, Business Development Center, as from January 4, 2017. As of late March next year, the Board of Directors will consist of Hideo Ichikawa, Kohei Morikawa; Jun Tanaka, Hidehito Takahashi, Keiichi Kamiguchi, and Toshiharu Kato (Directors); as well as Tomofumi Akiyama, Akiyoshi Morita and Masaharu Oshima (Outside Directors). In addition, Akira Koinuma and Saburo Muto will serve as Audit & Supervisory Board Members, and Hiroyuki Tezuka, Yukio Obara, and Kiyomi Saito as Outside Members of the Audit & Supervisory Board.

Showa Denko K.K. Presents at DbAccess Japan Conference 2016, Nov-17-2016

Showa Denko K.K. Presents at DbAccess Japan Conference 2016, Nov-17-2016 . Venue: Winchester House, London, United Kingdom. Speakers: Nobuhiro Kato, Corporate Fellow, General Manager of IR Office, Ryujiro Kurabayashi, Chief Manager of IR Office.

Showa Denko K.K. to Terminate Production and Sale of Biodegradable Plastic

Showa Denko K.K. decided to terminate production and sale of biodegradable polyester resin Bionolle(TM), which is used as material for various products including shopping bags and agricultural mulch film. SDK will terminate production of Bionolle by the end of December 2016, and sale of it by the end of December 2017. SDK has already included a reserve to cover extraordinary loss expected to be accrued by the termination of production and sale of Bionolle in its financial results of the third quarter, 2016. The effect of the posting of this reserve on financial results was insignificant. All employees currently engaged in biodegradable plastic business are to be reassigned to positions in other businesses.

 

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