Adeka is primarily a Japanese producer of chemical and food products such as inorganic, organic and oil and fat intermediate products, semiconductor materials, plastic additives and oleo chemicals. Its products are used in various industries including textiles, pulp, automobiles, plastics and detergents.
Adeka will focus on its new medium-term business plan to maximise corporate value and to progress as a “born again” company under its changed business name. The company will concentrate on economic efficiency, social awareness and environmental preservation while two key themes include “substantial growth" and "further increase of profitability".
In May 2006, the company name was changed from Asahi Denka to Adeka Corporation and its headquarters were moved to a new building in Higashioku, Arakawa-ku, Tokyo, Japan. In financial year to March 2010, Adeka had consolidated sales of Yen160bn and employed 1,500 people.
President and chief operating officer: Kunihiko Sakurai
Director: Tohru Haruna
Director: Kenshi Koga
Director: Hiroshi Serata
Director: Akio Kohri
Director: Kazuhiko Morio
Director: Takumi Iio
Director: Akira Momose
Director: Haruhiko Tomiyasu
(Updated September 2009)
Tel: +81 3 4455 2811
Adeka is primarily a producer of chemical and food products. In May 2006, the company name was changed from Asahi Denka to Adeka Corporation and its headquarters were moved to a new building in Higashioku, Arakawa-ku, Tokyo, Japan.
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Adeka will focus on its new medium-term business plan for fiscal year 2008-2009. In its medium-term business plan the main theme is maximisation of corporate value. (Edited from: company website, “medium-term 2008-2009” plan and Adeka fact book). ICIS also provides you with key financial data listed in table form.
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