Company information

Company information
President and representative director Takashi Nakata
Founded April 1932
Established November 1961
Capital 450,000,000 yen
Number of employees 261 (as of April 2020)
Sales figures 8,596,630,000 yen (fiscal year ending December 2019)
Lines of business ・Onshore vessel coating business
・Vessel equipment business
・Shipping business
Company information


1932 Nakata-gumi was founded.
1953 Opened Innoshima Sales Office in Innoshima Factory of Hitachi Zosen Corporation.
1954 Opened Onomichi Sales Office in Onomichi Dockyard Co., Ltd.
1961 Reorganized as Nakata-gumi Co., Ltd.
1962 30th anniversary. Opened the head office at 2 chome, Kubo, Onomichi City.
1967 Opened Nagasaki Sales Office in Nagasaki Shipyard of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.
1968 Opened Sakaide Sales Office in Sakaide Factory of Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd.
Launched Special Coating Division.
1972 40th anniversary. Opened Chitose Factory at Numakuma-cho, Fukuyama City.
1973 Opened Nagasaki Branch Office and Kouyagi Sales Office.
1974 Opened an overseas corporation: Singapore Nakata Pte Ltd.
1977 Opened Tokyo Branch Office.
1980 Opened Nagasaki Factory.
1982 50th anniversary. Changed the name of Tokyo Branch Office to Tokyo Office.
Launched Marine Management Division (currently Shipping Division) at Tokyo Office.
1984 Built Morning Glory I, our first 60,000-ton class petroleum products carrier vessel, at Nagasaki Shipyard of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.
1991 Acquired Kyokuto Makku-Gurego, a manufacturer of marine equipment, and launched our Equipment Business Division.
Changed the company name to NAKATA MAC CORPORATION.
Completed Morning Glory II in August, a 100,000-ton class petroleum products carrier vessel, built by Onomichi Dockyard Co., Ltd.
1992 60th anniversary.
1997 Relocate headquarters building to Shiomi-cho in Onomichi City.
2000 Relocated Tokyo Office to Minato-ku in Tokyo.(current location of the Tokyo Office)
Completed Morning Express in August, a 100,000-ton class petroleum products carrier vessel, built by Sumitomo Heavy Industries, Ltd.
2001 Opened Yokosuka Sales Office in U.S. Fleet Activities Yokosuka.
2002 70th anniversary.
2004 Renovated Nagasaki Special Coating Factory in December. The factory was designed to focus on the operation by coating robots.
2006 Changed the name of Innoshima Sales Office to Shimanami Sales Office.
2008 Built Onomichi factory at Minogo-cho, Onomichi City.
2011 Equipment Business Division Acquired ISO9001:2008 certification.
2012 80th anniversary.
Nagasaki Factory Acquired ISO 9001.
Completed SAKURA GLORY, bulk carrier vessel, built by Shin kurushima dockyard co., Ltd
2014 Yokosuka Sales Office Acquired SSPC QP1 certification.
Completed MOMO GLORY, bulk carrier vessel, built by I-S Shipyard.
2015 Built Hirao Solar at Kumage-gun, Yamaguchi.
2016 Started accepting foreign technical interns at the Coating Business Division.
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