- Research & Development
A Pioneer of Japan's chemical industry
The corporate history of JNC CORPORATION reflects the history of Japanese chemical industry. Since its foundation in 1906, JNC CORPORATION has continuously developed original techniques, as exemplified by the fact that the company successfully developed the world's first synthetic ammonia using the Casale process in 1923, and commenced the production of polyvinyl chloride resin in 1941, followed by Japan's first production of octanol, DOP, high analysis compound fertilizers and ultrapure metal silicon. JNC CORPORATION has been playing a leading role in the Japanese chemical industry for over 100 years.
DNA of our founder
The driving force of JNC CORPORATION has been its R&D to understand future trends and immediately finding the techniques and products required for the next generation and realize new ideas in the production of original techniques and products. Our energetic and intellectual researchers and technical experts have inherited the DNA from our founder Mr. Shitagau Noguchi, who was one of the pioneers of the Japanese chemical industry and carried it forward to today.
Growing more "seeds for the future"
JNC CORPORATION has accumulated enormous technical expertise and R&D know-how during its history of more than a century. We will expand our business activities focusing on the core areas of information and environment, continuing to engage new developments with the pride as the pioneer of the Japanese chemical industry, while assessing and growing the "seeds" for the future society.