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Bringing the convenience of aerosols to people all over the world Integrated production from mold design and manufacture to molding and processing Parts that maximize the function of aerosols

Aerosols feature the convenience of immediate effectiveness when used. As they contain flammable gas, safety is especially important. Newpla delivers “high-precision parts that are always safe to use” and supports high-performance product development and business expansion, leading to improved production efficiency for customers, enhanced user satisfaction and increased number of repeat customers, and is engaged in practices that contribute to raising people’s living standards.

President Kazunori Ishihara

Company Profile

Along with the history of plastic aerosol valves, accumulated technologies linked to the times and a dynamic spirit of challenge

Trade Name
Newpla Co., Ltd.
Founded
June 1952
Established
March 31, 1956
Capital
15,600,000 JPY
Line of Business
Plastic injection molding and mold design and manufacture
Bank
Mizuho Bank, Kamata Branch

History

June 1952 Toru Igarashi, the first president, founded New Plastic Precision Part Research Institute and started compression molding of watch components for Seikosha
March 1956 Established New Plastic Chemical Works Ltd.
October 1961 Installed injection molding machine and started molding aerosol valve parts.
August 1972 Relocated factory to Minowa-cho, Kohoku-ku, Yokohama
March 1978 Created Moldmaking Division.
November 1981 Certified as Good Factory by Kanagawa Plastic Manufacturers Association
October 1982 Commended as Good Factory in Kanagawa by Governor of Kanagawa
June 1983 Recognized as Model Factory in Kanagawa by Governor of Kanagawa
August 1984 Relocated factory to 5-5-35 Tsunashima-Higashi, Kohoku-ku, Yokohama
March 1990 Awarded Small and Medium Enterprise Agency Director-General’s Award
April 1992 Changed company organization and name to Newpla Co., Ltd.
July 1996 Relocated head office to 5-5-35 Tsunashima-Higashi, Kohoku-ku, Yokohama
April 1997 Recognized as Model Factory in Kanagawa by Governor of Kanagawa (8th time)
April 1998 Recognized as Model Factory for Small and Medium Enterprises in Kanagawa by Governor of Kanagawa
May 2001 Completed construction of head office and factory
August 2007 Completed construction of Tsunashima Factory
April 2017 Designated as Model Factory for Small and Medium Enterprises in Kanagawa by Governor of Kanagawa (7th time)