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833 Hagizono

Chigasaki, 253-0071


Phone: 81 4 6785 3939

Fax: 81 4 6788 0567

Dai-Ichi Cutter Kogyo k.k. engages in the construction and civil engineering activities in Japan. The company constructs roads, airports, railways, water supply and sewage facilities, and waste treatment facilities. It is also involved in civil engineering works, including bridgework, port construction, and dam-related construction works; construction-related works, such as building demolition and repair works, and new construction; and production equipment and building maintenance, as well as sludge intermediate processing activities. The company was founded in 1967 and is headquartered in Chigasaki, Japan.


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