The Japan Society Of Industrial Machinery Manufacturers (JSIM)
June 17, 1948
JSIM aims at contribute to the sound development and progress of industrial machinery sector and related markets, and to the growth of the national economy. JSIM seeks to draft and promote measures to increase productivity and to rationalize production structure in the field of industrial machinery as follows; Boiler-Prime Movers, Mining Machinery, Chemical Machinery, Environment Equipment, Tanks, Plastic Machinery, Pneumatic & Hydraulic machinery, Material Handling Machinery, Power Transmission Equipment, Iron ＆ Steel Manufacturing Machinery, Laundry ＆ Dry Cleaning Machinery, Plant Engineering, and so on.
Kikai shinko Bldg., 3-5-8, Shiba-koen, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-0011, Japan
Do-Bldg.,2-6-8 Nishi-tenma, Kita-ku, Osaka 530-0047, Japan
JSIM lists among its members some 150 companies in the industrial machinery industry throughout Japan. All are industry leaders.
JSIM was established on June 17, 1948 by a group of companies, in the industrial machinery industry who sought to build an industrial organization for themselves based on the new realities of the postwar age. The name first chosen was Industial Machinery Association, but on April 22, 1957 its 10th year, the new name, The Japan Society of Industrial Machinery Manufacturers was selected. On July 1, 1967, in honor of its 20th anniversary, the society was reorganized and incorporated.