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Corporate Information

Corporate Philosophy ー Message from the President

Corporate Philosophy

We enact our new management philosophy built on the founding principle: “Solving food shortages is our primary purpose for being in business, and business expands only when contributing society.”

Reflecting on the thoughts that “only by contributing to society will a company be supported and kept alive by society”, Pasco makes an effort to meet customer expectations for our products and services and build brand value to expand our business. Furthermore, by responding to a wide range of social demands, we work proactively to solve the issues facing society and continue to make corporate efforts towards the achievement of an abounding, healthy diet prioritizing safety and security.

We are committed to creating a workplace where aspiring employees are given equal opportunities for personal fulfillment, regardless of gender or nationality. In addition, we support our employees’ pursuit of work-life balance, achievement of healthy lifestyles, and efforts to solve various problems faced in daily life.

While promoting business activities that contribute to social development and environmental conservation with our constant receptiveness to social changes, we take on challenges and continue to pursue innovation for Pasco’s sustainable development, keeping pace with the speed of change and without fearing the risks accompanying change.

Message from the President

The spread of the new coronavirus in Japan and around the world has caused a great deal of anxiety and confusion. The spread of infection has begun to cast a shadow on the global food supply system with some grain-producing countries introducing export restrictions.

Whether it is a coincidence or a historical inevitability, our company was in fact founded a century ago in a similar social environment.

Spring 1918 – two years before the founding of our company – and in the midst of World War I, was when a novel influenza outbreak, which became known as the Spanish Flu, occurred. In the turmoil of the war, the first wave erupted mainly in Europe and America, and in the fall came the second wave spreading to Asia, Africa, and the southern hemisphere, and then a third wave, resulting in a worldwide pandemic. It is said that one quarter to nearly half of the world’s population was infected, and 50 to 100 million people died.

By the spring of 1919, Japan could no longer escape without harm, and the death toll was reportedly 450,000. The rice riot that led to the founding of our company was an incident that also occurred in that social backdrop.

In that sense as well, we will revisit our founding philosophy and continue to put forth efforts for the new era.

And now, the Fourth Industrial Revolution is about to begin. The digital revolution will further evolve in the coming era, which will be completely different from the past. Envisioning the perfect future and without falling behind the changing times, our company will venture into the new era with a determination to contribute to society.

Atsuo Morita, President & CEO

The Pasco Code of Conduct

Pasco aims to be a company of the 21st century-both trusted by and integral to society. Toward that end, we established the Pasco Code of Conduct for the realization and practice of the company’s corporate philosophy and vision. The Code of Conduct specifies values and guiding principles that should be shared and pursued by all persons engaged in Pasco’s corporate activities.
Adhering to this Code of Conduct, Pasco will carry out corporate activities that demonstrate appropriate judgment, responsibility, and good sense to ensure that we can meet the expectations and confidence of our customers and all other stakeholders.

1.Pasco makes an effort to meet customer expectations for our products and services and build brand value to expand our business

2.Pasco is a company that believes in fairness and openness in compliance with laws, regulations and ethics

3.Pasco promotes environmental protection activities

4.Pasco respects human rights and provides safe and healthy work environment

5.Pasco administers assets and information appropriately and respects the rights of others

6.Pasco contributes generously to the community

Corporate Profile

Corporate Profile

Name: Pasco Shikishima Corporation
Head office: 5-3 Shirakabe, Higashi-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi 461-8721, Japan
Business Description: Manufacture and sales of bread, Japanese sweets, and confectionery
Establishment: June,1920
Capital: ¥1,799 million
Annual Sales: ¥155,714 million
Number of Employees: 4,081
Number of plants: 13 in Japan (including 3 subsidiary plants)
Business offices: 41
Reference banks: Mizuho Bank, Ltd.
The Bank of Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd.

As of August 31,2019

Board of Directors
  • 盛田 淳夫

    President & CEO

    Atsuo Morita

  • 田中 正樹

    Executive
    Vice President

    Masaki Tanaka

  • 盛田 宏

    Executive
    Vice President

    Hiroshi Morita

  • 坪田 正明

    Senior Managing Director

    Masaaki Tsubota

  • 盛田 兼由

    Senior Managing Director

    Kaneyoshi Morita

  • 家田 茂

    Managing Director & Senior Officer

    Shigeru Ieda

  • 鈴木 謙司

    Managing Director & Senior Officer

    Kenji Suzuki

  • 根本 力

    Managing Director & Senior Officer

    Chikara Nemoto

  • 杉浦 秀則

    Director
    & Senior Officer

    Hidenori Sugiura

  • 盛田 厚

    Director

    Atsushi Morita

  • 盛田 貴弘

    Director
    & Senior Officer

    Takahiro Morita

  • 山田 真彦

    Director
    & Senior Officer

    Masahiko Yamada

  • 山田 和弘

    Director
    & Senior Officer

    Kazuhiro Yamada

Senior Officer
  • Shinji Sato
  • Shoichi Murayama
  • Yoshihiro Fukuzawa
Officer
  • Katsufumi Sawai
  • Hiroyuki Koyama
  • Fumihiro Onouchi
  • Eiji Kubota
  • Hiroaki Ohishi
  • Joichi Kashihira
  • Yasuo Teshima
  • Masaaki Jinbo
  • Kenji Ogawa
  • Rie Iida
  • Tomoki Tanaka
Auditor
  • Hiroshi Sekitou
  • Yuji Taguchi
  • Tsutomu Okamoto
  • Noriyoshi Kiyoshi

Business Summary

Wholesale Bread Business

製パン

Since its founding in 1920, the wholesale bread business has been the center of our activities. The technological advantages nurtured by the long tradition and pioneering spirit that is always geared for the creation of new values, have produced a variety of longtime sellers, including the Choujuku series, which occupies the largest share in white pan bread market today. The wholesale bread business operates with self-confidence and pride as the core of the leading manufacturer.

Wholesale Cake Business

製菓部門

The history of cake production at Pasco dates back to 1922, right after the founding of the company.
In 1929, the company started to produce Japanese-style cake, establishing a manufacturing system that could satisfy a variety of needs. Nagoyan, whose high-quality bean jam and sponge creates an original flavor, is well-known as a specialty of Nagoya.

Frozen Foods Business
冷食事業

Pasco have engaged in the development of "Bakery System" that uses frozen dough for many years, so that the oven-fresh bread and pastries can be provided to the customers without the skilled technician involved at the stores. In 1988, Pasco opened Japan's first frozen-dough and frozen-pastry plant in Kobe as a production base of frozen dough. The high-quality frozen bakery products are supplied across the bakeries and the food industries throughout Japan. Online sales of frozen dough began in 2007. The online shopping site offers a large variety of products, even in small quantities.

Overseas Projects
海外事業

Pasco expanded the oversea business to Hong Kong, Indonesia, Taiwan and China.Pasco operates the wholesale bakery business which produce breads for supermarkets and convenience stores, etc. ,and the retail bakery business which bread is baked and sold on site. Pasco contributes to those countries’ diet through the products with its baking techniques, know-how and philosophy. Pasco is making continuous efforts to spread and enhance its brand, “Pasco” under the slogan of “Pasco around the world”.
As for the wholesale bakery business, Pasco has established “PT. Nippon Indosari Corpindo, Tbk.” in Indonesia, a joint venture with an Indonesian company. It operates wholesale bakery business under “SARI ROTI” brand and went public on the Indonesian Stock Exchange in 2010.
As for the retail bakery business, in Hong Kong, Pasco has operated in-store bakeries under the name of “PANASH” since 1983. In 1988, “The Garden Company Limited” joined the business as a partner. And in Taiwan, “Nisshi Chain Co., Ltd.”, a joint venture with “Great Wall Group” has operated in-store bakeries under the name of “Gino Pasco” since 1999.

Corporate Group
Bakery Business

ベーカリー事業

Pasco operates the scratch bakery shops offering oven-fresh breads, "scratch" means all process starting from weighing the flour finished at the same shop. Pasco also operates "PAUL" the famous traditional French bakery in Japan.

Pasco's High-quality Products

  • Choujuku

    Since its launch in 1998, Choujuku has been a beloved Pasco flagship product. During development we worked to create a product suited to Japanese tastes, offering delectable flavor that customers would never tire of even if eaten everyday. At the time, a bread-making technique called “hot-water dough method” (mixing wheat flour with boiling water) was difficult to apply to mass production. Pasco overcame this difficulty with a proprietary technique, making it possible to offer the great taste of Choujuku on a large scale. Moreover, the product has continued to improve, and it is made without unnecessary ingredients to offer consumers both delicious taste and reliability.

  • Convenient Products

    In addition to placing importance on daily nutrition, Pasco also offers an arrangement of convenient products that meet peoples' needs during the morning rush or for a snack between meals. Stick-type breads that are easy to grasp even for small children, such as Tokachi Butter Sticks and Snack Pan, are representative examples that can meet customers' needs in any situation.

  • Healthy Products

    Pasco offers products that reflect the company's corporate philosophy, “for health and beauty”. They are an excellent match for increasing health-conscious customers. With a wide variety of healthy choices including rye, whole wheat, and fruit breads, we support customers who think about their dietary.

  • Functional Products

    The use of Panetone yeast gives Pasco's Long Life Bread series a shelf life of over one month without the use of preservatives. This series keeps a mild and delicious taste by Pasco’s original technique, offers advantages in a wide range of situations, such as stocking the pantry or taking meals on the go. Recently, it focused on reducing food waste.