Chubu Science has over 45 years of experience in distributing scientific, analytical instrument and consumables items to many kinds of organizations inside Japan, such as the pharmaceutical, biochemical, food safety and forensic industry.
Chubu Science was established by Hideyuki Sano in 1970 in Nagoya city. He started to sell scientific equipment and consumables to chemical and Food and environmental companies in the Nagoya region.Ten years later, Chubu Science expanded the business into University and Government laboratories.
In 1997, Chubu Science opened a branch office in Tokyo. In the same year, Chubu Science began selling analytical equipment. In 2011, we expanded to Osaka. Two years later, we opened a branch office in Saitama.
We advise our customers on discovering a total solution based on their needs. We will offer innovative, state of the art equipment and consumables at competitive prices to meet those needs and deliver them on time.
As result, we have worked with different organizations throughout Japan to help them meet their testing or analytical needs.
Chubu Science remains committed to being a trusted partner.
We strive to deliver the most accurate equipment and reliable consumers so that our customers won't worry about their results.
On December 1st, 2006 Kinji Sano became the 2nd president of Chubu Science.His vision was to build Chubu Science as leading scientific distributor in Japan. In 1997, he expanded Chubu Science with the establishment of the Tokyo office. He then opened Chubu Science to do business with Finnigan MAT, Nicolet and other Thermo products. In 2010 he launched Chubu Science's own product line in the Osaka and Kansai area. Three years later he oversaw the opening of the Saitama office. Prior to working at Chubu Science, he used to work at JASCO as sales representative for three years.
|Coporate Name||CHUBU SCIENCE. Co.,Ltd.|
|Established||September 12, 1975
(Founded March 1, 1970)
|Capital||¥ 40 million|
|Head Office||1-128 Sone, Midori-ku, Nagoya, 458-0035, Japan|
|Tokyo Branch||4F,5 Arakicho,Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo,160-0007, Japan|
|Osaka Branch||5F,11-34,Toyotsucho,Suita-shi,Osaka,564-0051, Japan|
|Saitama Branch||855-6,Hasunuma,minuma-ku,Saitama,337-0015, Japan|