CEO Message

Aiming for further growth with the strength of our multi-structured business portfolioAiming for further growth with the strength of our multi-structured business portfolio

With the development and supply of gear reducers at its core, Hanshin Engineering has, since its establishment in 1950, achieved steady growth while contributing to advances in Japan's industry and infrastructure. Our products are used in a wide range of fields such as power units for water treatment facilities and waterway facilities, helping to provide a safe and comfortable life for the general public.

In the 70 years since our founding, it has been our outstanding technological capabilities and our ability to provide all-round solutions, from development and production to after-sales maintenance, which has led the way for evolution throughout the Company’s history. Waterway and industrial facilities require the highest levels of reliability for long-term continuous operation. As well as responding to a wide range of customer needs, Hanshin Engineering has been contributing to the safety and security of society by building extensive waterway environments using our knowledge and technologies built up through many years of experience.

Hanshin Engineering’s competitive advantage lies in its multi-structured business portfolio which sets it apart from other, more centralized companies, in the same industry . Our Company has established a robust profit structure not easily affected by changes in the external environment with the horizontal deployment of our gear reducer technology across various fields to create new businesses and services. We will continue to resolutely take on the challenge in new fields, such as in sewerage and disaster prevention, to pursue further growth.

I would like to ask all our stakeholders, including our customers, business partners, shareholders and investors, as well as local communities, for their continued understanding and support for Hanshin Engineering.

President and CEO Wataru TanakaWataru Tanaka