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Company Profile

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Company Name: Forbo Siegling Japan Ltd.
Established: December 2, 1968
Capital: 330 million JPY
Stockholder: Forbo Finanz AG , 330,000 stocks(100%)
Number of employees: 186

Representative Director and President: Mamoru Sato
Director: This E. Schneider
Director: Marc Richard Deimling
Director: Terence Wong
Director: Tadashi Hara

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    Forbo Siegling have companies and affiliates in over 50 different countries. All equipped with extensive stocks of material and their own workshops.

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Headquarter:Osaki CN Bldg. 5-10-10 Osaki, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 141-0032
TEL(03)5740-2350 FAX(03)5740-2351

Shizuoka Factory:285-1 Tokumitsu, Fukuroi-shi, Shizuoka 437-0054
TEL(0538)42-0185 FAX(0538)43-5019

Customer Service Center (CSC)

CSC Shizuoka (Nagano / Shizuoka / Chugoku / Shikoku / Kyushu)
TEL(0538)42-2074 FAX(0538)42-1401

CSC Tokyo (Sapporo / Sendai / Kanto)
TEL(03)5740-2390 FAX(03)5740-2391

CSC Nagoya (Kanazawa / Chubu)
TEL(052)563-6181 FAX(052)563-6184

CSC Osaka (Kansai)
TEL(06)6362-1191 FAX(06)6362-1195

Sales Office

Eastern Japan Branch:Osaki CN Bldg. 5-10-10 Osaki, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 141-0032
TEL(03)5740-2390 FAX(03)5740-2391

Central Japan Branch:Meieki Nomura Bldg. 2-40-16 Meieki, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi 450-0002
TEL(052)563-6181 FAX(052)563-6184

Western Japan Branch:Nisshoku Bldg. 9-10 Nozaki-cho, Kita-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka 530-0055
TEL(06)6362-1191 FAX(06)6362-1195

Sapporo Area:Hayashi Bldg. 7-9 11 Chome Minami, Hondori, Shiroishi-ku, Sapporo-shi, Hokkaido 003-0026
TEL(011)865-8881 FAX(011)865-8883

Company History

Company History

1968 Extremultus Belt Ltd. was established by Ernst Siegling Ltd. and Ekman Shokai. "Extremultus" was introduced as the first Japan-marketed resin belt. Only "B-81" type was manufactured at Yokohama plant.

1975 The company name was changed to Nihon Siegling Ltd. The production of “Transilon” mid-weight conveyor belt had been begun.

1978 The headquarter was moved to Yokohama.

1982 Shizuoka Factory was expanded.

1994 Ernst Siegling Ltd. transferred their all stock to Forbo Finance, located in Switzerland, and the company became a subsidiary of Forbo group.
ISO 9001/JISZ 9901 certification was obtained.

1997 Shizuoka Factory was expanded.

2002 The headquarter was moved to Gotanda, Tokyo.

2003 ISO 9001:2000/JIS Q 9001:2000 certification was obtained.

2004 Customer Service Center was established at Shizuoka Factory.

2007 The company name was changed to Forbo Siegling Japan Ltd.

2009 ISO14001/2004, ISO9001/2008 certification was obtained.

2015 The headquarter was moved to Osaki, Tokyo.

2018 The company celebrated its 50th anniversary. ISO14001/2015, ISO9001/2015 certification was obtained.

Basic Policy

Basic Principle (vision)

The best movement

Innovation Company continues to make great strides


We aim to be the strongest organization.

  • We aim to be the strongest organization that can work with vitality.
  • Human resource development is our top priority.
  • We strive to increase employee satisfaction and productivity.
  • We will continue to take on challenges while maintaining the spirit of old and new.
  • We will respect each other as much as possible and comply with them.
  • Each person has high aspirations and carries out highly reliable work.

We provide our customers with the best products and solutions.

  • We provide appropriate and high-quality products and services that solve customers' problems and enhance their value.
  • We will train discretionary craftsmen and continue to provide the optimum total service for our customers.

We will be a growing company that continues to be at the forefront.

  • As a pioneer of resin belts, we will create innovation.
  • We will always pursue new business models.

We will continue to grow with our best partners.

  • I always try to build a win-win relationship with my partner.

We will do our best for the environment.

  • We will do our best to contribute to the achievement of SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals).

September 1, 2020
Representative Director and President
Mamoru Sato

Business Basic Article

Article 1 (confirmation about the delivery of the product)

A seller ships a product in the delivery place that a buyer wants for based on a shipment condition.

When a buyer received a product, the buyer inspects a product promptly, confirms it, and returns a seller receipt to the seller.

Article 2 (obligation of keeping secrecy, intellectual property)

During and after the contract, a buyer is not permitted to leak a secret in the business and technology that a seller holds, and the buyer must not do all acts to damage the trust of the seller to be against the profit of the seller.

In addition, the seller holds the intellectual property of all products which the seller sells, and the buyer and customers of the buyer must not invade this under any circumstance.

Article 3 (warranty liability)

1. For the product which a seller sold, by any chance, when a buyer discovers that there is a defect, the buyer must return the target product to the seller (freight collect).But, discussion may be necessary when a fare for return exceeds a product price. On the other hand, the seller must send out a substitute product immediately when a substitute product is necessary. When it is urgent, the seller must send out a substitute product without waiting for the return of the approved target product.

2. A buyer must bear an expense required for objection processing a price for replacement when the buyer does not return a defect product without the approval of the seller, or the buyer is alearly responsible for the defect of the target product.

3. When a defect caused by a seller is recognized, a buyer assumes an obligation to promptly report the seller by a document. The seller and the buyer must cooperate with sincere posture mutually and must deal with solution.

4. When compensation for damages request is claimed by a defect caused by a seller, the expenses that the seller guarantees shall not exceed the price of the sale product as a general rule. the seller shall solve it after a discussion with the buyer when compensation request exceed the price.

Article 4 (contract cancellation)

A seller or a buyer can cancel a contract promptly when one of the following reasons occurs.

1. a buyer or seller violates the contract.

2. a seller or a buyer receives a seizure auction, a public auction in response to a statement of the provisional disposition and dispose, disposition of the land tax delinquency, or the execution of other authorities.

3. a seller or a buyer goes bankrupt, files for civil rehabilitation proceedings, goes into liquidation, or starts a company reorganization procedure.

4. Banking relationships are stopped.

5. a seller judges that the financing contents of a buyer turns worse or there is a threat of it.

Article 5 (inevitability)

A seller and a buyer are exempted from by observance of a contract duty of the contract when "inevitability" such as a fire, a typhoon, the earthquake, war, or the dispute in the factory occurs.

Article 6 (competent court)

When the suit about this contract occurs, the trial is held at a court where the headquarter of a seller is located.

Article 7 (solution to doubt)

When the contract does not have the rule or interpretation, a seller and a buyer discuss with to solve it promptly.