HISHIDAI PACKS CO.,LTD.

Conpany information

Hishidai Packs' tea bags securely wrap and protect the great taste for you!

Company Profile

Corporate name
Hishidai Packs Co., Ltd.
Date of foundation
October 20, 1972
Capital
10 million yen
Executive
President: Mitsuyoshi Terada
Advisor: Kenji Tanaka
Number of staff
40 (including part-timers)
Business outline
Hishidai Packs undertakes contracted processing of tea bags for black tea, green tea, health tea, herb tea, and others, using Italian, German, and Japanese automatic filling machinery.
Address
Head office: 2689-1, Takao, Fukuroi, Shizuoka 437-0023, Japan
Tel:+81-538-43-2929 Fax:+81-538-42-3185
Main facilities
No-staple (no metallic parts) type: IMA C24 × 2, IMA C27 × 1, IMA C23 × 2, IMA C21 × 3, Constanta × 2, Fuso Industries × 6, Horizontal pillow automatic packaging machine × 3
Major business partners
210 partners including black-tea, coffee, and cosmetics manufacturers, tea wholesalers, tea farmers, and mass retailers
Major banks
Hamamatsu Iwata Shinkin Bank (Fukuroi branch), Resona Bank (Hamamatsu branch), Shizuoka Bank (Fukuroi branch)
Certification acquisition
Organic & subdividing processing (JONA) for the entire line of No. 3 factory
FSSC22000:2013 (UKAS) for the tea-bag packaging process to produce tea bags using double-chamber & no-staple machinery
Affiliations
Tea Commerce & Industry's Association of Shizuoka Prefecture, Fukuroi Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Fukuroi branch of Iwata-Houjinkai (Iwata Corporation Association), NPO Nihoncha Instructor Association (private member)
Affiliate
Techno Pack Co., Ltd., 1393-1, Niike, Fukuroi, Shizuoka 437-0017, Japan
As of end November 2018
JONA
FSSC22000
Certified Nihoncha instructor
Certified tea advisor
Certified tea artisan

History

1972
Kensaku Tanaka, the founder, spun off the packaging department from Hishidai Seicha Corporation to start a contracted business associated with black tea. At the start, there were two Constanta tea-bag machines, five 3-sided seal packaging machines, and capital of 1 million yen.
1973
Two Constanta tea-bag machines were added and a new factory was built in Takao, where Hishidai Packs moved and currently operates.
1974
Capital increased to 2 million yen.
1977
One Tokiwa automatic packaging machine introduced.
1978
One Constanta tea-bag machine introduced.
1979
3-sided seal packaging machine No. 1 introduced.
1981
IMA C21 No. 1 introduced.
New administrative office and canteen buildings built.
One Constanta tea-bag machine introduced.
1984
Tokiwa automatic packaging machine No. 2 introduced.
New warehouse of Factory No. 2 built.
Fast-speed 3-sided seal packaging machine R-8 introduced.
IMA C21 No. 2 introduced.
1985
IMA C21 No. 3 introduced.
Techno Pack (limited private company) spun off from Hishidai Packs and started independent operation as a sister company.
Two Constanta machines and seven 3-sided seal packaging machines relocated.
1987
IMA C21 No. 4 introduced.
1990
Automatic L-type gas filling machine introduced.
1992
New warehouse built.
1993
Constanta tea-bag machine No. 3 introduced.
1994
IMA C23 No. 1 introduced.
Automatic tea-bag gas filling & exterior packaging machine introduced.
Capital increased to 3 million yen.
1995
Automatic Tetra Pak gas-filling machine No. 1 introduced.
1996
IMA C23 No. 2 introduced to organize line processing.
1997
New administrative building built.
Automatic Tetra Pak gas-filling machine No. 2 introduced for digitization.
1999
Automatic L-type exterior packaging machine introduced.
2000
Factory No. 3 newly built. IMA C24 No. 1 introduced, the first in Japan.
2001
IMA C24 No. 2 introduced.
2002
Business structure reorganized to a stock company; capital increased to 10 million yen.
2005
Kenji Tanaka became President.
Hishidai Packs certified as organic & subdividing processor (JONA).
2010
Automatic Tetra Pak gas-filling machine No. 3 introduced.
2013
IMA C27 No. 1 and horizontal pillow automatic packaging machine introduced.
2015
Hishidai Packs certified with FSSC22000:2013 (UKAS).
2018
Mitsuyoshi Terada became President.