The Pulse of the Future

Like an unseen heartbeat that supports the workings of life,
our products continuously underpin the workings of industry.

Industrial machinery ceaselessly operating
at manufacturing sites like a powerful and reliable pulsing
heartbeat are the embodiment of the Daido DNA—
the pursuit of extremely fine and advanced technology accumulated
through the manufacture of the world’s highest quality specialty steels.

We will maintain our unflagging efforts to create an even brighter future.

Kunihito Kawanishi
President and Representative Director

Daido Machinery, Ltd. has an 83-year history since the Machinery Division of Electric Steel Manufacturing Co., Ltd (currently Daido Steel Co., Ltd.) was spun off to become an independent company in 1937. The company has planning, development, design, and manufacturing technology capabilities to consistently meet the needs of customers and provides a variety of machinery to key industries including infrastructure, energy, steel, and automobiles.
In 2007, the maintenance business was expanded, and today we engage in the maintenance and service business with a focus on large machinery in all fields including steel, non-ferrous metals, papermaking, automobiles, and machine tools.
In recent years, actions in pursuit of the establishment of a sustainable society exemplified by the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have become commonplace, and our business environment is undergoing major changes at an ever-increasing pace. Daido Machinery seeks to be a comprehensive engineering company that carefully listens to the opinions of customers and is truly appreciated. By forming teams made up of individuals with advanced skills, we are able to respond nimbly and flexibly to change.
Our human resource development is based on rewarding consideration for others and effort as well as providing meaningful work that employees find rewarding at workplaces that are safe, secure, and cheerful and where each individual can feel their own contributions.
In the future, we will continue to make contributions to industry as a whole with a focus on growth areas using our comprehensive engineering capabilities.

As an affiliate of Daido Steel, one of the world’s largest makers of specialty steels, we have supported industry and society for more than 80 years. As a result of our long journey until now, we have accumulated extensive technology and expertise. Plasticity, cutting, and labor saving processing are our core technologies, and we will remain on the cutting edge of the times in the future. By integrating the expertise that we have acquired throughout the company’s history, we are able to respond to a wide variety of needs from labor-saving machinery, facilities, and forging machinery to quality enhancement, cost reduction, and environmental responses. We are continuously turning towards new issues and needs. We will make ceaseless efforts to meet the expectations of our customers.

Using Industrial Machinery
As a Driving Force of the Times

Lake Kutcharo is the northernmost wetland registered under the Ramsar Convention in Japan. As an official supporter of Lake Kutcharo conservation activities, we collaborate with local NPOs to protect and utilize this wonderful natural environment, contributing to lake water quality surveys, lakeside forest regeneration, regional revitalization, and creating fans. increase.

Aiming for a sustainable community and society


  • 1937

    Established through joint investment by now Daido Steel Co., Ltd. and now Toagosei Co., Ltd.

  • 1949

    Entered the specialty machine tool and forging machine segment

  • 1958

    Capital participation by Hitachi, Ltd. in order to manufacture construction machinery

  • 1966

    Technology tie-up formed with Bronx of the U.K. for manufacture and sale of roll benders, roll levelers, and press brakes

  • 1967

    Technology tie-up formed with Botarim of France for the manufacture and sale of automatic binding machines and bar steel binding plants
    Tokai Plant (located within the site of the Nippon Steel Corporation Nagoya Works) begins operations

  • 1968

    Capital participation in Fuji Iron and Steel Co., Ltd. (now Nippon Steel Corporation)

  • 1971

    Daido Steel Co., Ltd. purchases Hitachi, Ltd. shares

  • 1972

    Manufacture and sale of bar steel correction machinery and pipe straightening machinery starts through a technology tie-up with Bronx of the U.K.

  • 1976

    Manufacture and sale of automated steel band binding machinery starts through a technology tie-up with Vitkovice of Czechoslovakia

  • 1977

    Sales tie-up formed with HAWE of Germany and Daido becomes the general agent for Japan, manufacturing and selling hydraulic equipment and units

  • 1979

    Manufacturing and sales rights for forming and plane rolling machinery, rolls for multi-stage cold rolling mills, and molding machinery acquired from Tokyo Uniroll

  • 1981

    Acquired sales rights from Daido-Hyrdomation Corporation
    Manufacture and sale of coolant processing equipment starts

  • 1989

    Merger with Daido-Nakayama Industry and manufacture and sale of crushers and crusher plant starts
    Business acquired from Joto Kikai Kogyo and manufacture and sale of multi-stage cold forging machine starts

  • 1994

    New assembly plant constructed

  • 1995

    New machinery plant constructed

  • 1996

    New hydraulic machinery plant constructed

  • 1998

    First sand production machine delivered through a tie up with Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries Co., Ltd., (now IHI Corporation)

  • 2005

    JIS Q 9001:2000/ISO 9001:2000 quality management system registered (excluding the Chita Branch)

  • 2007

    Equipment Business Division of Daido Technica Co., Ltd. acquired and name changed to Daido Machinery, Ltd.
    HAWE Daido Hydraulic Co., Ltd. established and hydraulic machinery business transferred

  • Oct. 2008

    JIS Q 9001:2008/ISO 9001:2008 quality management system registered (excluding the Maintenance Division)

  • Apr. 2009

    Technological Development Division established

  • Jan. 2011

    HAWE Daido Hydraulic Co., Ltd. shares transferred to HAWE

  • Jul. 2011

    New Product Development Division established

  • Dec. 2011

    Aichi No. 1422 mechanical press inspection business registration acquired

  • Jun. 2012

    Stitcher business acquired from Daido Plant Industries Co., Ltd.

  • Apr. 2016

    Development Division established

  • Oct. 2017

    JIS Q 9001:2015/ISO 9001:2015 quality management system registered (excluding the Maintenance Division and Tokai Division)

  • Apr. 2021

    Acquisition of the construction business of Daido Life Service


Company name Daido Machinery, Ltd.
Headquarters 9 Takiharucho, Minami-ku, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture 457-8577, Japan
Foundation October 1, 1936
Establishment January 13, 1937
Capital 310 million JPY
Share holder Daido Steel Co., Ltd.; Nippon Steel Corporation
Representative Kunihito Kawanishi, President and Representative Director
Employee 350

Head Office and Engineering Division

9 Takiharucho, Minami-ku, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture 457-8577, Japan

Tel: +81-52-611-7171
Fax: +81-52-611-7153

5 minutes’ walk from the Daidocho Station on the Meitetsu Tokoname Line
40 minutes’ ride by taxi from the JR Nagoya Station

Engineering Division and Tokyo Sales Office/Maintenance Division, Kawasaki Equipment Office

2-4-1 Yako, Kawasaki-ku, Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture 210-0863, Japan [Located within the Daido Steel Co., Ltd. Kawasaki Techno-Center]

Tel: +81-44-266-3862
Fax: +81-44-266-3796

5 minutes’ walk from the Shiohama bus stop
on a city bus from the JR Kawasaki Station

Engineering Division and Osaka Sales Office

Shin-Osaka Building East-9F, 1-17-18 Higashi-Nakashima, Higashi-Yodogawa-ku, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture 533-0033, Japan

Tel: +81-6-6990-6033
Fax: +81-6-6990-6034

2 minutes’ walk from the Shin-Osaka Station on the JR Tokaido Line

Maintenance Division

39 Motohamacho, Tokai City, Aichi Prefecture 477-0035, Japan [Located within the Daido Steel Co., Ltd. Chita Plant]

Tel: +81-562-33-1287
Fax: +81-562-33-1519

Tokai Division

5-3 Tokaimachi, Tokai City, Aichi Prefecture 476-0015, Japan [Located within the Nippon Steel Corporation Nagoya Works]

Tel: +81-52-604-4646
Fax: +81-52-604-4649

Hoshizaki Sales Office

2-30 Daido-cho, Minami-ku, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture 457-8545, [Located within the Daido Steel Co., Ltd. ]

Tel: +81-52-611-9603
Fax: +81-52-611-9604

Five-minute walk from Daidocho Station on the Meitetsu-Tokoname Line
40 minutes by taxi from JR Nagoya Station

Tsukiji Sales Office

10 Ryugu-cho, Minato-ku, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture 455-0022, Japan [Located within the Daido Steel Co., Ltd.]

Tel: +81-52-691-5243
Fax: +81-52-691-5293

10 minutes by taxi from Oe Station on the Meitetsu-Tokoname Line
30 minutes by taxi from JR Nagoya Station

Osaka Sales Office

Kogin Bldg. 9F, 4-1-1 Koraibashi, Chuo-Ku, Osaka Prefecture 541-0043, Japan

Tel: 06-7632-8274

One-minute walk from Yodoyabashi Station on the Osaka Metro Midōsuji Line

Shibukawa Branch

500 Ishihara, Shibukawa City, Gunma Prefecture 377-0007, Japan Daido Steel Co., Ltd. Shibukawa Plant]

Tel: 0279-33-9006

Six-minute walk from Shibukawa Station on the JR Joetsu Line


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It is our job to bring form to our customers’ ideas.

Daido Machinery

9 Takiharucho, Minami-ku, Nagoya 457-8577, Japan

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Tel: +81-52-611-7171
Fax: +81-52-611-7153

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