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Introduction of Group Companies
From Value One Spring 2009 No.24
M.O. Tec, a major heavy temporary construction materials lease company, merged with the Sojitz Group's Japan Steel Leasing Co., Ltd., expanding capacity to become number three in the industry. The company seeks additional growth centered around leasing and construction.
Major Heavy Temporary Construction Materials Lease Company—Number Three in the Industry

M.O. Tec was founded under the name Keito Sangyo Co., Ltd. in 1953 to rent and sell H beams, sheet piles, steel bracing beams, decking panels, and other construction materials. Changing its name to Nissho Iwai Steel Leasing Co., Ltd. in 1983, it was listed on the second section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange in 1993. Along with Canox Corporation (listed on the Nagoya Stock Exchange), the company is one of only two listed on the stock market among all companies included in Metal One's consolidated business results.

The company's name was changed to M.O. Tec Corporation in 2004—the name is meant to signify the company's emphasis on technology and engineering—with M.O. taken from the initials of Metal One and Tec meaning technology. Moreover, the company merged with Japan Steel Leasing, an affiliate of former Nichimen Corporation in the same industry, in April 2008. This is expected to yield approximately ¥39 billion in consolidated sales for the period ending March 2009, giving the company sole possession of the number three spot in the heavy temporary construction materials leasing industry. The company's network extends from Hokkaido to Kyushu and has expanded to seven branch offices, three sales branches, 22 sales offices, and 26 plants.

In addition to renting and selling construction materials, M.O. Tec has been concentrating on planning and implementing temporary construction for several years through its subsidiary, M.O. Construction Corporation. President Toshiharu Sunahara says, "We own our own construction equipment and have made an effort to increase the number of architects and engineers on staff to respond to private sector construction demand and be able to provide a full set of services from design to execution. Also, we have reached ¥10 billion in construction-related sales."

With a new three-year medium-term management plan set to commence in April of this year, Mr. Sunahara enthusiastically says, "The effects of abruptly changing economic trends and changes in the Building Standard Law have made it an extremely tough environment, but our two-pronged business policy based on leasing and construction will remain unchanged from here on. As a member of the Metal One Group, we will strengthen our ties with Metal One Structural Steel & Resource Corporation and Asahi Kizai Co., Ltd., which also handles temporary construction materials, and want to be actively involved in the Mitsubishi Corporation Group's projects."

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