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Company Overview of Japan Nuclear Fuel Limited

Company Overview

Japan Nuclear Fuel Limited engages in uranium enrichment and spent nuclear fuel reprocessing. It also provides temporary storage of nuclear fuel materials and wastes returned from overseas reprocessing plants; disposal of low-level radioactive wastes; fabrication of MOX fuels; vitrified waste storage; and transportation of uranium, low-level radioactive wastes, spent fuel, etc. Japan Nuclear Fuel Limited was formerly known as Japan Nuclear Fuel Service Limited and changed the name to Japan Nuclear Fuel Limited in July 1992. The company was founded in 1980 and is based in Kamikita-gun, Japan with additional offices in Aomori City and Tokyo, Japan.

4-108 Aza Okitsuke

Oaza Obuchi


Kamikita-gun,  039 3212


Founded in 1980


81 1 7571 2000


81 1 7571 2101

Key Executives for Japan Nuclear Fuel Limited

Chief Executive Officer, Executive President and Member of the Board
COO, Head of Corporate Management Division, Senior EVP and Director
CTO, Head of Aomori Office, Senior EVP and Executive Director
Deputy Head of Public Relations & General Administration Division and Executive Officer
Managing Executive Officer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.

Japan Nuclear Fuel Limited Key Developments

Japan Nuclear Fuel Limited Announces Management Changes

Japan Nuclear Fuel Limited announced that Junichi Ishihara appointed as Managing Executive Officer from Senior Executive Vice President, Member of the Board. Koichi Shinzawa appointed as executive officer of Deputy Head of Safety and Quality Division (Radiological Safety and Environmental Radioactivity Monitoring). Yuji Shigemitsu appointed as Deputy Head of Public Relations and General Administration Division (Information Systems Management, Transport Management) from Head of Corporate Audit Office, Deputy Head of Public Relations and General Administration Division (Information Systems Management, Transport Management) and other executive officers appointed are Kazuhiro Takei as Managing Executive Officer, Toshihiro Tsurugi as Executive Officer and Shotaro Mori as Executive Officer.

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries And Japan Nuclear Fuel Are In heavy Talks To Acquire 10% Stake In Areva

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (TSE:7011) and Japan Nuclear Fuel Limited reportedly are in final talks to acquire 10% stake in AREVA SA (ENXTPA:AREVA). For Mitsubishi it is an agonizing decision. The investment would involve spending ¥40billion to ¥50 billion.

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