We continuously pursue
the highest performance and reliability,
to create more advanced technology.
These are the little forms that we create.
Each carefully-made component functions as the heart of advanced technology.
We carry on supporting society and the world, and creating new futures,
by continuously delivering the highest satisfaction.
|Trade name||FLAT ELECTRONICS Co., Ltd.|
|Representative||President and CEO Eiji Hayami|
|Nominal capital||JPY50 million|
|Banking relationships||Kiraboshi Bank,
|Headquarters and factory||
3-1-27 Nakatakita, Izumi-ku, Yokohama,
Kanagawa, 245-0012, Japan
Total floor area: 641㎡
Development, manufacturing, and sale of thin metallic film resistors and electronic devices
- Thin film chip resistors
- Thin film chip resistor networks
- SIP type thin film resistor networks
- Radial leads thin film resistors
|Electrical Equipment Department||4-65-18 Nakatahigashi, Izumi-ku,
Yokohama, Kanagawa, 245-0013, Japan
Total floor area: 651㎡
|Main products||Manufacturing and sale of electrical equipment
- Solenoid valves for vehicles
- Switches for vehicles
- Fuel injection pump components
|04.1966||Began researching metallic film resistors|
|04.1967||Succeeded in commercializing such resistors|
|09.1967||Established Flat Electronics Co., Ltd. in Ota ward, Tokyo, with|
|Seiji Nishigaya became president-director|
|07.1970||Built a factory in Izumi-ku (formerly Totsuka-ku), Yokohama|
|12.1971||Capital increase to JPY2 million nominal capital|
|03.1973||Takashi Ota became president-director|
|Relocated headquarters to Izumi-ku, Yokohama|
|04.1973||Capital increase to JPY10 million nominal capital|
|09.1984||Installed laser trimming equipment|
|02.1985||Developed square plate-type chip resistors|
|07.1987||Developed surface-mounted network resistors|
|07.1989||Installed sputtering equipment|
|Installed an etching system|
|01.1994||Started mass production of electrical equipment for cars (Electrical Equipment Department)|
|02.1996||Installed automated inspection taping equipment for chip resistors|
|03.1997||Developed solenoid valves for brake control (Electrical Equipment Department)|
|05.1997||Installed a laser marking system|
|06.1997||Installed laser scribe equipment|
|01.1999||Developed Thin Film Chip Resistors Networks|
|12.1999||Electrical Equipment Department acquired ISO9002 certification|
|05.2000||Installed super-high-performance laser trimming equipment|
|Developed solenoid valves for injection control (Electrical Equipment Department)|
|10.2000||Developed large solenoid valves for vehicles (Electrical Equipment Department)|
|02.2002||Tomohisa Ota became president-director|
|04.2004||Electronics Department acquired ISO9001 certification|
|01.2006||Headquarters factory won an award as an excellent factory of Kanagawa Prefecture|
|04.2006||Finished making all resistors lead-free|
|04.2007||Electronics Department acquired ISO14001 certification|
|08.2010||Installed non-contact exposure equipment|
|05.2011||Designated as a Kanagawa SME model factory|
|02.2018||Electronics Department registered for ISO9001/14001:2015|
|Electrical Equipment Department registered for ISO9001:2015|
|07.2019||Yukiho Aikyo became President and CEO|
|12.2019||Flat Electronics Co., Ltd. was merged into the holding company Flat Electronics Holdings Co., Ltd. Capital changed to JPY50 million nominal capital|
|02.2020||Yukiho Aikyo became Chairman and Executive Director Eiji Hayami became President and CEO|
|12.2020||Yukiho Aikyo retires as chairman of the board|
Headquarters and factory
3-1-27 Nakatakita, Izumi-ku, Yokohama,Kanagawa, 245-0012, Japan
Approximately 2.6 km towards Chogo from Yazawa Overpass on National Route 1.
Approximately 2.6 km towards JR Totsuka Station from Izumi Sakaue intersection on Yokohama
Ring Road 4.
Change at JR Totsuka Station or at Shonandai Station on the Odakyu Line, and take the Yokohama Municipal Subway Blue Line to Nakada Station, then walk 7 minutes from Exit 4.
Electrical Equipment Department
4-65-18 Nakatahigashi, Izumi-ku,Yokohama, Kanagawa, 245-0013, Japan
Tel:+81-45-801-4462 Fax : +81-45-801-0204
Handling Substances of Concern
Our products are lead-free and compliant with the RoHS Directive and REACH regulations.
Policy on Conflict Minerals
We are working towards prohibition of the use of 3TG (tin, tantalum, tungsten, gold) mineral resources extracted from conflict zones, such as African countries with humanitarian problems. We are actively working to cut off direct and indirect sources of funds to armed groups, and striving to stop human rights violations and environmental destruction.
We are working to raise product quality and protect the global environment.