Tosoh Corporation 

tosoh_cm_standard_RGB_exclusion.jpg Tosoh Corporation was established as Toyo Soda Manufacturing Co., Ltd., in Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan in 1935 as a domestic producer of caustic soda and soda ash. In 1975, the company merged with Tekkosha Co., Ltd., the first PVC manufacturer in Japan. The company was renamed Tosoh Corporation in 1987. In 1990, Tosoh merged with Shin-Daikyowa Petrochemical Co., Ltd., one of Japan's olefin manufacturers and owner of ethylene cracker facilities. Today, Tosoh is one of the largest chlor-alkali and VCM producers in the world. It currently manufactures various chemicals including olefins, polymers, polyurethane, chlor-alkali, cement, organic chemicals, in vitro diagnostics and separation and purification instruments and reagents, and advanced materials (zirconia powders and grinding media, sputtering targets, quartz materials, and battery materials).

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Mitsui & Co., Ltd.

MITSUI-CO_黒_背景透過.png  Daiichi Bussan Kaisha, Ltd. was established in 1947 as a general trading company. In 1959 Daiichi Bussan Kaisha, Ltd. integrated with other trading companies (Mitsui & Co.’s great amalgamation) and changed its name to Mitsui & Co., Ltd. Utilizing global operating locations, network and information resources, Mitsui & Co., Ltd., is multilaterally pursuing business that ranges from product sales, worldwide logistics and financing, through to the development of major international infrastructure and other projects in the following fields: iron and steel products, mineral & metal resources, infrastructure projects, integrated transportation systems, chemicals, energy, food resources, food products and services, consumer services, IT and communications, and corporate development. 

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