Providing safe and beautiful containers by utilizing cutting-edge technologies.

Company profile

Akechi Plant

Akechi・Taisei Kako Co., Ltd., which is an affiliate of Taisei Kako Co., Ltd., is a manufacturing plant for not only PTP sheets but also various packages.
Taisei Kako Co., Ltd. was founded in 1932 as Taisei Brothers Trading Company, and has been continuing its business for over 80 years. It has been engaging in manufacturing plastic products for approximately half a century, and continuing to provide safe, reliable, and beautiful containers employing cutting-edge technologies.
Among many kinds of packages, Taisei Kako Co., Ltd. can offer packages for pharmaceuticals, health foods, cosmetics and medical devices, and has the capability of manufacturing biomass plastic containers. In addition, not only accepting contract drug filling but also providing sterilization services is available.

Akechi Plant

Akechi Plant, the second plant in Gifu Prefecture, started its operation in 1996, and the company name was changed to Akechi-Taisei Kako Co., Ltd. in 2012.
Akechi-Taisei Kako engages mainly in producing the sheets for tablets, as shown in the photo, as well as other high functional packages.

As a side note, Akechi-cho, where the plant is located, is the birthplace of Mitsuhide Akechi, who is a famous warlord in the Sengoku period, and is a town of rich in nature with historic buildings such as Taisho Village, an open air museum.
In this historic town, we will make a great effort to continue producing unique packages.

Company information

Company name (Plant name) Akechi・Taisei Kako Co., Ltd.【Akechi Plant】
Address 989-281, Akechi-cho, Ena-city, Gifu 509-7712, JAPAN
Tel. +81-(0)573-54-3591
Representative President / Yasuyuki Shiraishi
Field of business Manufacturing of pharmaceutical primary packages and the packages for cosmetics
Incorporated 1998
Paid-in capital ¥30,000,000
Number of employees 91(in September 2021)

Access Map

From the Shinmachi intersection on Route 363, To the Akechi-cho Industrial Park via Prefectural Route 33 (aaprox. 4 km from the Shinmachi intersection).