Production Framework1-8 Miyamae-cho, Takasago-cho, Takasago-shi, Hyogo 676-8688
Built on a vast site of approximately 1 million square meters, this is Kaneka's main production base consisting of large plants, including one of Japan's largest vinyl chloride monomer plants. Many of our R&D divisions are established adjacent to the Takasago Plant, and technologies born here are distributed not only across Japan but also worldwide. The Plant acquired ISO14001 certification in January 2000.5-1-1 Torikai-nishi, Settsu-shi, Osaka 566-0072
The Osaka Plant was Japan’s first mass producer of PVC resins. Its current production activities are mainly focused on expandable plastics & products, blood purification systems, specialty PVC resins, etc. For blood purification systems, the Plant acquired ISO9001 and ISO14001 certifications in 1996 and in April 1999, respectively.2-1-1 Hieitsuji, Otsu-shi, Shiga 520-0104
The Shiga Plant produces unique electronics materials, especially the ultra-heat-resistant polyimide film Apical and the optical transparent film Elmec. The Plant acquired ISO9002 and ISO14001 certifications in 1995 and in March 1998, respectively, for magnet wires and polymide films.28 Towada, Kamisu-shi, Ibaraki 314-0102
In 1965, we expanded into a block of one of Japan's largest petroleum complexes. Since then, the Kashima Plant has been broadening its range of production items, especially synthetic resin products. In 1997, it commenced production of the polyisobutylene liquid polymer Epion. The Kashima Plant holds a significant position as Kaneka's production base in East Japan. It acquired ISO14001 certification in April 1999.