We are a COMPREHENSIVE measuring instrument manufacturer that provides various analytical instruments based on "Water / Air / Health / Gases" as our business pillars.
Based on our measurement technology for "Water, Air, Health, Gases", we produce a wide range of products from environmental measuring instruments to chemical analyzers. We further provide quality and process control, industrial gas detection alarms and medical equipment to meet customers' requirements. We provide products and services from the perspective of our customers using our unique technology we have cultivated over many years.
We made a new start as DKK-TOA Corporation after the merger in 2000.
With the merger of TOA Electronics Ltd. (founded in 1944) and Denki Kagaku Keiki Co., Ltd. (founded in 1945), the market and product lineups of both companies have been integrated and we have succeeded in creating the synergistic effect of strengthening technology, sales and organization.
We are pleased to announce that DKK-TOA was designated as part of the Tokyo Stock Exchange in 2013 and celebrated the 70th anniversary in 2014.
We have factories/offices at nine locations and four group companies nationwide.
In order to address customer requests swiftly and reliably, we have branch offices and technical service centers nationwide to provide high-quality products and services.
The Group consists of production subsidiaries that perform efficient production at their own production facilities and service subsidiary that provides maintenance and service for our products.
In business and capital alliance with HACH, we will develop the global market with a special emphasis on the Asian region.
We have entered into a business and capital alliance with HACH, the US specialized manufacturer of water quality analyzers that has a sales network all over the world. As HACH's exclusive agent in Japan, we are leveraging the synergies of both companies to promote the development, production and sales of the measuring instruments on a global level with the theme of environmental conservation.