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UEDA DREAM WORKS

 

In order to be able to use all the aggregated resources and respond to the needs of various industries, Ueda Dream Works has been divided into two groups: metal processing and resin processing.

 

①Metal Processing Group

We provide all kinds of one-stop solutions that go beyond simple machining operations. In addition, we offer a full range of services from procuring materials and machining to assembling products. We both design and manufacture various types of special purpose machinery, and also develop, produce, and sell original products. In terms of production volume, we can manufacture a large variety of products in small quantities or provide mass production services in order to respond to a broad spectrum of needs.

 

 

②Resin Processing Group

We provide a full range of services that include, designing and manufacturing resin molds, manufacturing resin molds of all sizes, and other operations to meet various demands.

 

 

Historical Background of the Industrial Development in Ueda Region

 From the Meiji period to the end of the Taisho period, Ueda prospered as the leading region in sericultural industry. The city developed its industry by exporting raw silk, one of the key products in Japan at the time, to Europe and America. In the Showa period, however, the flourishing sericultural industry started to decline due to a worldwide crisis and dramatic changes in the global market brought about by the popularization of synthetic fabrics and cheaper products from developing countries. As a result, the number of silk factories was drastically reduced by the end of the Pacific War.
 Although the silk industry was in decline, the machinery industry and wartime factories that emerged during the war spurred the post-war industrial development and drastically changed the industrial structure of Ueda region.The accumulated technologies fostered by the silk industry and a technological shift to peacetime industries focused on electric industry, machinery industry, and metal processing. That coincided with a period of high economic growth in Japan, which allowed Ueda to grow strong as an industrial city.
 After the war, the Ueda region expanded its core industries including electric industry, machinery industry, and metal processing to new fields such as electronics and plastic processing in Showa 30s. This resulted in a large number of diverse small and medium-sized enterprises.
 Approximately 35% of the working population in the present-day Ueda region is employed in manufacturing industry, with electric industry, machinery industry, and metal processing accounting for approximately 70% of all the products shipped from there. Therefore, Ueda region can be described as an industrial city with a focus on electric industry, machinery industry, and metal processing.
 It has evolved from a city with a leading role in the silk industry into a place with diverse manufacturing capacities including electric industry, machinery industry, and metal processing. Through a century-long process of accumulating technologies and through an endless source of ideas and endeavors that have always kept pace with the times, Ueda has continuously played a pivotal role in the development as an industrial city with deep roots in the region.
 The potential of the city lies in its long history of industrial pioneering and growth. It has nurtured its manufacturing spirit and provided the region with an innovative capacity to achieve coexistence with the environment and a technological revolution that has created an information-oriented society. The city can now utilize this potential in the future.

 

Foundation of UEDA DREAM WORKS

 Since a shift from competition and rivalry to cooperation through alliances and partnerships had become more important than ever in order to secure a future for the manufacturers, the economic organizations (Ueda City Trade Association, Ueda Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and Sanada Trade Association) and the organization for promoting cooperation between the industry, academia, and government (commonly known as AREC or ASAMA Research Extension Center) in Ueda City established groups of manufacturers operating in the same fields in order to expand the development of business operations across various fields and provide a broader range of services and products. They established two groups representing the most widespread industries in the Ueda region, namely the metal processing group and the resin processing group. The two groups were given a common name – Ueda Dream Works.

 

Overview

Group Name UEDA DREAM WORKS
Established March 24, 2016
Member Companies ・Metal Processing Group
・Resin Processing Group
 Approximately 140 companies in total
Executive Staff President:Kenichi Wataya WATAYA MANUFACTURING CO.,LTD.
Vice President:Toru Shiroshita SHIROSHITA INDUSTRIAL CO.,LTD.
Vice President:Yoshitaka Nakamura DAIEI INDUSTRIAL CO.,LTD.

・Metal Processing Group
 Leader:Masaaki Miyashita MIYASHITA MANUFACTURING CO.,LTD.
 Sub-leader:Takehiro Miyajima MIYAJIMA GIKEN CO.,LTD.
 Sub-leader:Takumi Nishida NISHIDA TECHNICAL INDUSTRIAL CO.,LTD.
 Sub-leader:Norichika Matsubayashi SHOEI MANUFACTURING CO.,LTD.
 Sub-leader:Takashi Kitazawa EIGHTY CO.,LTD.
 Advisor :Hiroyasu Shibata UEDA JAPAN RADIO CO.,LTD.

・Resin Processing Group
 Leader:Teruhiko Uehara SINWA MANUFACTURING CO.,LTD.
 Sub-leader:Makoto Nakazawa NAKAZAWA CO.,LTD.
 Sub-leader:Fumihiko Izawa ISUZU MANUFACTURING CO.,LTD.
 Sub-leader:Daisuke Yanagihara YANAGIHARA MANUFACTURING CO.,LTD.
 Advisor :Nobuo Tatsuno DAIICHI-TSUSHO. CO.,LTD.

Office Contact
Details
・Ueda Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Person in charge: Okubo・Yawata)
 Address:1-10-22 Ote, Ueda, Nagano 386-8522
 tel:81-268-22-4500 fax:81-268-25-5577 
 E-mail:info@ucci.or.jp

・Ueda City Society of Commerce and Industry (Person in charge: Miyasaka)
 Address:950, Kamimaruko, Ueda, Nagano 386-0404 (Maruko First Building 2F)
 tel:81-268-42-2213 fax:81-268-42-7142 
 E-mail:shokokai@valley.ne.jp

・Sanada Town Society of Commerce and Industry (Person in charge: Koyama)
 Adress:7199-1 Sanadamachiosa, Ueda, Nagano 386-2201
 tel:81-268-72-4050 fax:81-268-72-4051
 E-mail:sanadaci@avis.ne.jp