About Association

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The forerunner of this cooperative was established on March 17, 1930 under the name of Arita Ceramic Industry Association for the purpose of joint purchase and sales business in the spirit of promoting the welfare and mutual support of local business partners, and the Arita Ceramic Industry Cooperative Association was established on October 27, 1949 under the Small and Medium Enterprise Cooperative Association Law.

In June 1969, the name of the association was changed to Saga Ceramic Industry Cooperative Association, and the association has been working to promote the welfare of people in the same industry and to develop the business in Saga Prefecture.

The main purpose of this website is to provide information about our business activities, but we will continue to add information and content to meet the needs of our visitors.

I would like to ask for the understanding and cooperation of all the members of the association, as well as the guidance and support of the prefectural government, municipalities, related organizations, and related industries, as we continue to work together to manage the association.

Please feel free to contact us from the "Contact Us" page if you have any questions or requests.

Overview

OrganizationSaga Ceramics Industrial Association
Representative DirectorsHarada Hajime
Location1217, Hokaomachi-hei, Arita-cho, Nishimatuura-gun, Saga, 844-0026
Phone+81-955-42-3164
Facsimile+81-955-43-2917
Year of establishmentOctober 1949
Member's areaAll over Saga Prefecture
Industry of the membersPottery manufacturing
Eligibility for membershipCompanies engaged in the manufacture of ceramics and related businesses in the region.
Number of members84 companies (as of June 2021)
Capital contribution93,700 thousand yen

Contact Us

If you have any questions or concerns,
please contact us by phone or using the Contact Form.
+81-955-42-3164
Mon - Fri 10:00 - 17:00
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