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Company profile

会社概要

Company profile

Company name Optical Coatings Japan
Date established October 21, 1960
Directors
President & CEO Takanori Wada
Directors T.Sugiyama, T.Seike, S.Kato,T.Sunayama
Auditor K.Onogawa
Capital 210 million yen
Number of employees 119
Major business items Design,manufactur and sales of thin film coated optical products. Production for OEM.

Environmental policy

Environmental policy

We recognize the environmental impact of business activities and products and prevent pollution.

We comply with environmental laws and agreements applicable to business activities and products.

We make continuous improvements by utilizing the environmental management system.

本社・事業所・工場所在地

Headquarters,Gotemba plant

Headquarters

Office Shin-Marunouchi Building,1-5-1 Marunouchi,Chiyoda-ku,Tokyo 100-8405
TEL 81-3-3218-7998
FAX 81-3-3218-7063
e-mail info@ocj.co.jp

Gotemba plant

Office 1413, Nakabata, Gotemba-city,Shizuoka, 412-0006

沿革

History

1946 Thin Film Engineering Laboratory was incorporated in Zushi City, Kanagawa Prefecture, which was the first commercial producer of antireflection coatings on optical lenses.
1952 Reorganized into Shonan Optical Thinfilms Laboratory and transferred to Togoshi, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo.
1960 Multilayer thinfilm division was separated from Shonan Optical Thinfilms Laboratory and incorporated into Vacuum Optics Corporation of Japan.
1961 Commissioned by Reserch and Development Corporation of Japan(JRDC) to develop Multilayer thinfilm optical coatings. The first plant was constructed in Togoshi, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo to start the development program.
1963 Secceeded in the development of Multilayer thinfilm coatings. Started their commercial production after the successful development was authorized by the Development Council of JRDC. Started the prototype production of "Shading spectacle lens" with a subsidy from Tokyo Regional Bureau of Internatioinal Trade and Industry(TRBITI) as an export and prototype production incentive for small and midium-sized corporations.
1964 Increased capital up to 3 million yen. Started the production of photoelectric film thickness monitors after the acquisition of the patent license of "Photoelectric apparatus and methods for the monitoring of coating thickness" from the Agency of Industrial Science and Technology.
1969 Increased capital up to 5 million yen. Constructed a new plant in Nakabata, Gotenmba City, Shizuoka Prefecture. Received a subsidy from the New Technology Development Foundation to develop the "Prodction technology of complete antireflection films".
1971 Increased capital up to 10 million yen. Received a subsidy for technological innovation from TRBITI for the prototype production of "High quality laser mirrors".
1977 Increased capital up to 20 million yen. Expanded Gotemba Plant. Received a subsidy of technological innovation from TRBITI for the study on "Excimer laser mirrors".
1979 Increased capital up to 30 million yen. Acquired the patent license of "High frequency ion plating" from JRDC for the production of interference coatings.
1980 Received a subsidy of technological innovation from TRBITI for the prototype production of "High-durability cold mirrors".
1983 Increased capital up to 40 million yen. Constructed Gotemba Second Plant.
1985 Succeeded in the development of the plasma ion process.
1986 Increased capital up to 60 million yen. Incorporated lse Vacuum Optics Corporation in Hisai City, Mie Prefecture.
1987 Increased capital up to 70 million yen.
1989 Expanded the plant of Ise Vacuum Optics Corporation.
1992 Asahi Techno Glass Corporation participated in capital and management.
1998 Merged Ise Vacuum Optics Corporation as the Mie Plant. Increased capital up to 210 million yen.
2003 Started production at Thai Iwaki Glass Co.,Ltd.
2004 Certified as of ISO 9001
2006 Certified as of ISO 14001
2007 Constructed a new R&D Center