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Corporate philosophy

Business spirit

Since its foundation in 1951, Abeichi has set a challenging spirit as its motto for over 60 years. The “challenging spirit” can be traced to the remarkable business transformation when Abeichi has changed its operating style from focusing only on selling interlinings made by Nitto Boseki, to dealing with various textile materials to become a general commercial product manufacturer. The major turning point was when Abeichi started to use polyester, synthetic fiber, while cotton is still the mainstream in this industry. We worked hard on improving and developing the physical property quality such as making wash- resistant products.
Currently Abeichi is selling curtains for houses, schools and public facilities and table linens, beds, bedding items, guest room commodities and amenity goods etc. for hotels and restaurants. Its business is even expanding to welfare and medical industry. All of this stems from our challenging spirit to try to dig into our customer’s needs and apply them to our new product developments.
This business spirit will continue to be handed over to our younger employees and will lead us to our ideal where all the employee will continue to work together as a part of the same one group.

Behavior policy

Passion … We will continue to provide attractive products and services while constantly considering customer satisfaction
Mission … We will be engaged in our business activities with a strong emphasis on offering fairness, integrity and safety to our customers.
Action … We will act quickly with a global perspective.
Challenging … We will strive to expand our business with growth and improvement in our mind by learning a lot from our customers.

Corporate philosophy

First, be a professional company prioritizing our customers’ “profit”.
Second, be a company that can act and plan quickly in response to the diversifying demands.
Third, be a company that strongly supports the environmental preservation and the human resources development as a member of the local society.