About us

About Saito Eiji Co., Ltd.

We are highly experienced and have accomplishment of trading recovered paper, and are expanding recycling steadily by trading with major papermaking companies.
We have 9 mills in Chiba and Ibaraki prefectures, managing our business locally.
We can stock 10 thousand ton of recovered paper, and quickly correspond to requests on logistics.
We are granted for transportation of industrial wastes in Chiba prefecture, Chiba city, Funabashi city, Kashiwa city, Ibaraki prefecture and are certificated for ISO14001.

Company Name Saito Eiji Co., Ltd.
Head Office Ryutetsu-Kashiwa bldg, 3F Kashiwa 6-1-1, Kashiwa-shi, Chiba, Japan
Founded March 1st, 1946
Established November 17th, 1959
Capital November 17th, 1959
Directors President : Daisuke Saito
Director : Genji Saito
Director : Kiichi Oneda
Auditor : Eizo Saito
Employees 80
Contents of Business Selling raw material of paper, paper board or paper bags
Selling Japanese and Western paper products
Business related to recovery of general wastes
Collecting industrial wastes
Collecting general wastes
Transporting general cargos
All duties needed for above businesses
Main Clients Rengo Co., Ltd., Takasago Paper Mill, Nippon Paper Industries Co., Ltd., Oji Paper Co., Ltd., Kanto papermaking raw material direct supply, commercial and industrial partnerships, Tonichi International, Tonichi Kamisho Co., Ltd., Toho Bussan Co., Ltd., JOP CO., LTD., Kokusai Pulp & Paper Co., Ltd., CYCLE LINK INC., America Chung Nam Japan Co., Ltd., Japan Pulp and Paper Company Limited, MARUSAN PAPER MFG.CO., LTD., Marutomi Seishi Co., Ltd., Yamahatsu Nihon Co., Ltd, RENGO PAPER BUSINESS CO., LTD., Oji Holdings Corporation, Keiyo Shigen Center Co., Ltd., HANWA Co., Ltd., SAN-EI REGULATOR CO., LTD., Tsurumi Paper Co., Ltd., IWAKI DAIO PAPER CORPORATION, SHIN-EI PAPER MFG. CO., LTD.,  JOP RECYCLE CO., LTD., Pana-Chemical Co., Ltd.
Banks The Chiba Bank, Ltd. Hananoi Branch, JOYO BANK, Ltd. Kashiwa Branch, The bank of Tokyo-Mitsubisi UFJ, Ltd. Kashiwa-chuo Branch, Mizuho Bank, Ltd. Kashiwa Branch, The Keiyo Bank, Ltd. Kashiwa Branch, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation Kashiwa Branch, Tokyo Bay Shinkin Bank Edogawadai Branch, SHOKO CHUKIN BANK Ueno Branch, Japan Finance Corporation Senju Branch

Licenses

  • ISO14001:2004 Certification Number: JQA-EM5374
  • Certified as a Collector of Industrial Wastes by Chiba Prefecture, Certification Number: 1200107031
  • Certified as a Recycling Business Operator by Chiba Prefecture, Registration Number: 2
  • Certified as a Recycling Business Operator by Ibaraki Prefecture, Registration Number: 3002 (For Tsuchiura mill), 3018 (For Ushiku mill), 3020 (For Toride mill)
  • Certified as a Collector of Industrial Wastes by Ibaraki Prefecture, Certification Number: 0801107031
  • Certified as an Antique Dealer by Chiba Prefecture, Certification Number: 401280000028
  • Certified as an Antique Dealer by Ibaraki Prefecture, Certification Number: 441090001933

Licenses

March 1st, 1946
Founder Eiji Saito starts business in Nippori, Arakawa-ward, Tokyo
November 17th, 1959
Saito-Eiji Co., Ltd. is registered as a company
September 1st, 1966
Kashiwa mill starts operation in Kashiwa-shi, Chiba
November 1st, 1976
Ibaraki mill starts operation in Tsuchiura-shi, Ibaraki
November 1st, 1985
Head office is transferred from Nippori to Kashiwa-shi
May 1st, 1987
Chiba mill starts operation in Wakaba-ward, Chiba-shi, Chiba
June 1st, 1993
Shojiki warehouse starts operation in Ushiku-shi, Ibaraki
April 1st, 1998
Ushiku mill starts operation in Ushiku-shi, Ibaraki
April 1st, 2000
Funabashi mill starts operation in Funabashi-shi, Chiba
June 1st , 2001
Nagareyama mill starts operation in Nagareyama-shi, Chiba
March 1st , 2004
Tsuchiura warehouse starts operation in Tsuchiura-shi, Ibaraki
April 8th , 2005
Toke mill starts operation in Midori-ward, Chiba-shi, Chiba
May 1st , 2008
Toride mill starts operation in Toride-shi, Ibaraki
November 8th , 2010
Matsudo mill starts operation in Matsudo-shi, Chiba
March 20th , 2013
Kashiwa mill changes its location due to readjustment of town lots by the government