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Kokusai Kogyo Group

http://www.kkc.co.jp/

Overview

  • Organization TypeDevelopment Consulting, Works & Construction
  • Staff1001-5000
  • HeadquartersJapan
  • Founded1947
Kokusai Kogyo was established in 1947 with the important mission of preparing the topographical map needed in the restoration of Japan's devastated land assets. Since then, working continuously in the field of land information as a company at the center of major land development projects in Japan, we have contributed consistently to the achievement of high rates of economic growth. Thanks to the rapid advances in information technologies that began in the second half of the 20th century, the spatial information Kokusai Kogyo provides has been increasing in importance and is now being utilized in many urban planning and governmental administration applications. Kokusai Kogyo kicked off a new era in corporate management on May 1, 2013. Continuing the corporate growth strategy implemented in FY2011 they are now taking structural reform and new business strategies to a new level, in order to propel their corporate growth even further. Along with bringing in the next, and younger, generation into their management, they have separated their execution and corporate management functions. This decisive reform gives Kokusai Kogyo a corporate structure better suited to respond rapidly to market changes, with speedy decision-making achieved through the clear separation of responsibilities between execution and management. Kokusai Kogyo is committed to providing their clients with even faster and higher quality services through these reforms. Kokusai Kogyo is proud of its 66-year long history of providing engineering consulting services based on geospatial information technology expertise, and the role they have so far played in developing Japan’s social infrastructure. They have constantly provided society with its needs of the times, be it national geospatial data, road and railway expansion planning, or disaster management planning. They will continue to combine cutting-edge geospatial information technology with know-how accumulated through years of experience in supporting various local government services. Their public sector clients will benefit from their vast range of services and expertise such as in asset and utility management and disaster risk reduction and prevention.

Company Offices

  • Japan (headquarters)
  • Tokyo
  • 2 Rokubancho, Chiyoda-ku