December 24, 2015Updated Company Information
December 24, 2015 - Corporate information was updated.
December 15, 2015Personnel Change
December 15, 2015 - SHINRYO CORPORATION announced the following personnel change (effective December 22).
|Representative Director, Executive Vice President, General Manager Technical Supervision Division and in charge of Compliance||Representative Director, Senior Managing Executive Officer, General Manager Technical Supervision Division||KIMIO SENDA|
|Director, Executive Vice President, General Manager Marketing Supervision Division||Director, Senior Managing Executive Officer, General Manager Marketing Supervision Division||KEIZO NAKAMURA|
|Director, Managing Executive Officer, General Manager Administrative Division and in charge of Corporate Planning & CSR, General Manager CSR Promotion Division||Managing Executive Officer , General Manager Administrative Division and in charge of Corporate Planning & CSR, General Manager CSR Promotion Division||YASUNORI ABE|
|Non-Executive Director||Outside Director||SAYAKA KAGAMI|
|Senior Corporate Auditor||Advisor||GEN TAKENOUCHI|
The following personnel will retire or transfer to new duties.
|Representative Director, Executive Vice President in charge of Group Management Promotion and Compliance||YASUHIRO TANAKA*1|
October 1, 2015Updated Company Information
October 1, 2015 - Corporate information was updated.
September 1, 2015Organizational Reform and Personnel Change
September 1, 2015 - SHINRYO CORPORATION announced the following organization reform and personnel change (effective October 1).
＜Organization＞1.The International Operation Division will be created.
|Representative Director, Executive Vice President in charge of Group Management Promotion and Compliance||Representative Director, Executive Vice President, General Manager Administrative Division and in charge of Corporate Planning & CSR and Compliance||YASUHIRO TANAKA|
|Representative Director, Senior Managing Executive Officer, General Manager Technical Supervision Division||Representative Director, Senior Managing Executive Officer in charge of International Operation and General Manager Technical Supervision Division||KIMIO SENDA|
|Managing Executive Officer, General Manager International Management Division||Managing Executive Officer, General Manager OSAKA Branch||SEIJI KANKE|
|Managing Executive Officer, General Manager OSAKA Branch||Managing Executive Officer, Deputy General Manager TOKYO Metropolitan Area Division||KENJI SASAKI|
|Managing Executive Officer , General Manager Administrative Division and in charge of Corporate Planning & CSR, General Manager CSR Promotion Division||Executive Officer, General Manager Control & Instrument Engineering Division||YASUNORI ABE|
|Executive Officer, Deputy General Manager of Urban Environment Division||Executive Officer, Deputy General Manager of Urban Environment Division and Technical in charge of MARUNOUCHI Branch and HOKKAIDO Branch||AKIHIKO SUZUKI|
|Executive Officer,Deputy General Manager Tokyo Metropolitan Area Division||Executive Officer,Deputy General Manager of Urban Environment Division and General Marketing in charge of MARUNOUCHI Branch and HOKKAIDO Branch||KAZUTO INABE|
Deputy General Manager OSAKA Branch
|Deputy General Manager OSAKA Branch||TAKESHI EGI|
General Manager KYUSHU Branch
|General Manager TOKYO Metropolitan Area Division Design Department No. 1||TETSURO KOCHIYA|
|Executive Officer, General Manager Corporate strategy and Planning Division||General Manager Nuclear Power Plant Division Design Department||KOICHI KAJI|
|Deputy General Manager Technical Supervision Division||Deputy General Manager Technical Supervision Division Manger CSR Promotion Division||YOJI KAWAI|
|General Manager Research & Development Center, Technical Supervision Division||General Manger OSAKA Branch Design Division||YASUHIKO SAHARA|
|General Manger Control & Instrument Engineering Division||General Manager Corporate Planning Division||KATSUHIKO YAKITA|
The following personnel will transfer to new duties, upon expiration of their terms of office (effective September 30).
|Executive Officer in charge of General Marketing TOKYO Metropolitan Area Division||AKIRA TAKAHASHI*1|
|Executive Officer, General Manager Research & Development Center, Technical Supervision Division||GEN TAKENOUCHI*2|
|Executive Officer, General Manager KYUSHU Branch||HIDEKI HAGIWARA*3|
*1 AKIRA TAKAHASHI will be appointed as Executive Senior Manager in charge of Sales Promotion as of October 1.
*2 GEN TAKENOUCHI will be appointed as Advisor as of October 1.
*3 HIDEKI HAGIWARA will be appointed as Advisor of Shiroguchi Co., Ltd. as of October 1.
August 31, 2015"Open Day for Kids 2015"
August 31, 2015 - SHINRYO CORPORATION held an “Open Day for Kids 2015” in our Research and Development Center (Tsukuba City) on August 7.
This year’s annual event marked the 5th year since its inauguration in 2011. The “Open Day for Kids” event aims to have the children of our employees learn about the work of their “fathers” and “mothers” so every single employee can work proudly with the knowledge that their families understand their work.
On the day of the event, a total of 93 participants consisting of 48 mainly elementary and junior high school-aged children from around the country and their parents were in attendance. The event was designed to communicate our technology in an easy-to-understand format so that children can use the experience and knowledge acquired in the Open Day for independent summer research projects. The event was comprised of three experiment/experience programs, namely, (1) Let’s look at how ice grows, create cool water and air, (2) Let’s create hydrogen, propel a car with hydrogen energy, and (3) Let’s experience Dad’s job, joint work with parents and children. Our Executive Vice President also attended the Open Day for Kids, and following the event, a social gathering with the participating children, parents, and staff members was held to promote friendship.
We will continue to hold the “Open Day for Kids” as part of our CSR activities to contribute to creating enjoyable summer memories between our employees and their children.
Three Experiment/Experience Program Outline
(1) Look at how ice grows, create cool water and air
To experience the flow of creating sherbet-like ice from supercooled water with our dynamic ice storage system “The Jiyu Sekkei” demonstration machine.
To learn about the mechanism of air conditioning in buildings with cold air created from sherbet-like ice.
(2) Create hydrogen, propel a car with hydrogen energy
To generate hydrogen from water and experience the characteristics of hydrogen as well as learn about the principle of generating hydrogen from water.
To propel a (model) car with hydrogen energy and learn about the principle behind how cars move with hydrogen energy.
(3) Experience Dad’s job, joint work with parents and children
To have parents and children create objects by joining vinyl chloride pipes together while looking at drawings so Dad’s job can be experienced.
Let’s Create Hydrogen
Let’s Experience Dad’s Job
August 25, 2015Summer School Hosted by Shinryo Corporation
August 25, 2015 - SHINRYO COPORATION hosted an open office at our Research and Development Center (Tsukuba City) on August 20 for female students interested in science and engineering.
The open office, held in response to a call by Keidanren (Japan Business Federation) that cooperates with the initiative of the Cabinet Office to support female students interested in the science and engineering field, welcomed 12 female participants ranging in age from junior high school students to graduate students.
In the event, female employees of Shinryo explained development technology, etc. in an easy-to-understand format. The participants were also able to experience the actual operation.
During a refreshment break following a tour of the Research and Development Center, the female employees of Shinryo discussed the reasons why they chose the science and engineering field, how they became involved in their current work, and how interesting their jobs were.
We believe the event was an opportunity to learn about air conditioning technology for the participants, and we hope the experience on this day will be useful for the participants in the future.
[Open office Contents]
- Computer simulation of airflow and temperature
- Anechoic room and a reverberation room (Non-echoing room, room where sound reverberates longer)
- Dynamic ice storage system (Technology that cools the air by manufacturing sherbet-like ice )
- Plant factory
- Antigen exposure system (Experiment laboratory to remove pollen)
- SmoClean (Tobacco odor removal device )
- Artificial sun (Solar simulator)
- Monitoring robot (Robots that can investigate narrow/dangerous spaces)
- Dry room (Technology to create a room with super low humidity)
- Technology to diagnose the corrosion of metals, etc.
Participants operating a monitoring robot
August 6, 2015Shinryo Corporation CSR Report 2014 was posted.
August 6, 2015 - SHINRYO CORPORATION has posted its CSR Report 2014.
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April 3, 2015Personnel Change for Executives
April 3, 2015 - SHINRYO CORPORATION announced the following personnel change for executives (effective March 31 and April 1).
＜March 31: Resignation＞
|Director (Outside Director)||YUKIO KODAMA|
＜April 1: Inauguration＞
|Director (Outside Director)||TAKASHI MIKOGAMI|
April 3, 2015Organizational Reform and Personnel Change
April 3, 2015 - SHINRYO CORPORATION announced the following organizational reform and personnel change (effective April 1).
Administrative Department ceased to exist and General Affairs Department,Accounting & Finance Department and Information Systems Department was created.
|General Manager of General Affairs Department and General Manager of Compliance Promotion Division||AKIRA SAKABE|
|General Manager of Accounting & Finance Department||SHIGEO MORIOKA|
|General Manager of Information Systems Department||YASUNORI MIYAZAKI|
The following personal retired (effective March 31).
|General Manager of Compliance Promotion Division||KATSUHIKO YAKITA||General Manager Corporate Strategy & Planning Division (as before)|
February 10, 2015Development of Mistmeister, a Solution for Oil Mist in Factories
February 10, 2015 - SHINRYO CORPORATION (“SHINRYO”) has developed Mistmeister, a technology for tackling the problem of oil mist in factories. This technology provides a highly effective analytical approach for diagnosing and addressing the problem of oil mist.
Oil mist is a common problem in the productive processes of factories. In plants where oil is forced through narrow spaces or comes into contact with hot surfaces, oil droplets can become suspended in the factory air, posing a danger to workers’ health and adversely affecting product yield. Current measures against oil mist suffer from a number of problems. In the ventilation approach, outside air is forced into the plant. This approach requires processing of the outside air, increasing energy consumption and swelling running costs. Electric dust collectors can be installed at relatively low running cost, but establishing the right installation position and airflow can be tricky; if these are not incorrect, effectiveness in oil-mist removal can be seriously compromised. Achieving an effective solution against oil mist requires an accurate grasp of how the oil mist is generated. Until now, technologies for this purpose have been lacking, and accurately measuring oil-droplet concentration has proven difficult. SHINRYO developed the Mistmeister to address these issues, delivering a comprehensive solution to the problem of oil mist.
The Mistmeister is an oil-mist solution developed by SHINRYO. It combines a measurement technology, which accurately quantifies the concentration of oil droplets in the air, with an analytical technology called computational fluid dynamics (CFD), which draws on the measured values to build a highly accurate numerical simulation of mist behavior. Based on actual measurements of oil-mist concentration in the factory, the generated volume of oil mist is calculated and entered into the calculation parameters for CFD analysis. The resulting CFD analysis is highly accurate, delivering accurate reproduction of the distribution of oil-mist concentration in the factory air. The Mistmeister thus serves as a diagnostic tool, enabling factory management to pinpoint the source of the oil and causes of its dispersion, leading to the formation of an accurate and effective solution.
The Mistmeister operates by a three-step process as described below.
1.Measurement of oil mist using the latest instruments
The Mistmeister uses the latest measuring instruments, capable of measuring oil-mist concentration for each droplet size. Using this technology, the Mistmeister measures and surveys the sources of mist in the factory and the volumes of mist generated.
2.Forecasting of oil-mist behavior using CFD analysis
The CFD uses the measurement data obtained in 1) above as a forecast of future oil-mist volume. Applying this forecast as a calculation parameter, the CFD calculates the expected distribution of oil-mist concentration in the air with high precision. In this way oil-mist generation and dispersion in the factory, formerly considered extremely difficult to grasp, is faithfully reproduced, pinpointing the causes of damage from oil mist.
3.Test-run simulations of proposed solutions
With the causal factors established, solutions can be proposed. The Mistmeister uses simulations based on CFD analysis to forecast the effectiveness of each proposed solution (Figure 1), ensuring the proposal of accurate and effective solutions. For example, the simulations can identify the minimum amount of outside air necessary to improve the environment, as well as the optimum placement and minimum necessary number of electric dust collectors. Factory management can thus propose an ideal solution, yielding energy savings and reduced running costs.
Figure 1 Sample Comparison
Figure 2 <Reference> Process of Mistmeister, a Solution for Oil Mist
January 22, 2015Development of a Room Visualization System for data centers
January 22, 2015 - SHINRYO CORPORATION (“SHINRYO”) has developed a Room Visualization System which uses CFD technology to automatically display the temperature and airflow in the server room of data centers.
In order to protect servers, appropriate temperature control is required in the server room of data centers. However, it is difficult to maintain appropriate temperature control when replacing servers, adding servers, or changing the layout.
Furthermore, in order to conduct appropriate temperature control of a server room, it is necessary to install a large number of temperature sensors throughout the entire room. This is not a practical solution because such sensors are a hindrance when conducting maintenance and changing the position or model of servers.
In response, SHINRYO used our unique in-house CFD (Computation Fluid Dynamics) analysis technology to develop a Room Visualization System which automatically provides visual display of the temperature and airflow in the server room. Please refer to “Figure 1: System Overview.”
This system conducts CFD analysis based on the operation status of servers and air conditioning equipment. The system features a “CFD Auto-Execution Function” which automatically calculates the temperature and airflow in the server room at fixed intervals. This system makes it possible to continuously monitor changes in temperature and wind speed without installing numerous temperature sensors throughout the server room. Please refer to “Figure 2: CFD Auto-Execution Function.”
Moreover, the visualized data is automatically accumulated (Auto-Report Function), making it easy to identify problems in the server room. This data can be used to reform the room environment or to perform renewal work for existing servers. Please refer to “Figure 3: Auto-Report Function.”
SHINRYO will conduct proposal-based sales using this system. We will target customers experiencing difficulty in controlling server temperature in data center server rooms, or having difficulty control temperature and airflow when replacing servers, adding servers, or changing the layout.
Figure 1: System Overview
Figure 2: CFD Auto-Execution Function
Figure 3: Auto-Report Function
January 7 2015Financial summary (consolidated) for the fiscal year ended September, 2014
January 7 2015 - SHINRYO CORPORATION announced the Group's consolidated results for the 59th term (October, 2013 - September, 2014) as below.
＜Overlook of the current fiscal year (consolidated)＞
During the 59th term, due to the positive effects of ‘Abenomics’ policies, Japan’s economy showed a steady performance with rising stock prices, continued yen's depreciation, and improved corporate earnings. Still, as personal consumption that dropped after the consumption tax increase continued to be quite sluggish, Japan's economy did not progress further than a slow recovery.
In the construction industry, the term under review was characterized by a flourishing demand for construction on the one hand, but, on the other, exposed such issues faced by the industry as a shortage of construction workers, increases in the prices for construction equipment and materials, and increases in the wages of construction workers.
Under these circumstances, on consolidated base, the Group posted Orders Received of 238,600 million yen (of which Orders Received Overseas was 60,500 million yen), up 1.6% year on year (YoY), Net Sales of 209,300 million yen (of which Net Sales Overseas was 53,300 million yen), up 3.1% YoY, and Ordinary Profit of 7,700 million yen, up 13.2% YoY.
Although the economy of Japan will probably not show a forceful performance in the near future, it is expected that as a result of a number of policies, capital investment as well as exports will increase leading the country to a gradual recovery. On the other hand, we need to carefully watch the future trends as there is a risk of a downturn in the economies overseas adversely affecting Japan's economy.
In the construction industry, capital investment and investments in the public utilities are expected to remain solid. Still, fundamentally, as there are remaining concerns regarding increases in labor costs and material prices, as well as a rapid drop of demand after the Tokyo Olympic Games expected over the medium term, environment of the industry will most probably continue to be just as severe as it is now.
In these circumstances, the Company intends to strengthen its LCM (life-cycle management) service system further and strive to increase the number of orders for renewal work. We shall also make an all-out Group effort to promote globalization and expand our overseas business. One more area we intend to work on is the area of increasing the awareness of our social responsibility, and the Group shall tackle its CSR activities very earnestly.
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