Kakogawa

Kakogawa

(käkō`gäwä), city (1990 pop. 239,803), Hyogo prefecture, S Honshu, Japan, on the Kako River. It is an industrial center where woolen and rubber goods are produced, in addition to machinery and chemicals.

Kakogawa

 

a city in Japan in the southwest part of the islandof Honshu, prefecture of Hyogo. Population, 127, 000 (1970).Machine building (including a transportation-machine buildingplant), metallurgy, textiles (wool fabrics), and food flavoring arethe major industries.

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Certifications of compliance with global standards were sought out and received as early as 1991 (ISO9001) for our centralized plant in Kakogawa, Japan.
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The 36-year-old fighter from Kakogawa, Hyogo prefecture, said Wednesday that his retirement plan depends on the outcome of the fight this Saturday (Sunday morning in Manila) at Home Depot Center here.
KOBE - Prosecutors sought the death penalty Thursday for a man accused of killing seven of his relatives and injuring another in a stabbing spree in Kakogawa, Hyogo Prefecture, in 2004.
The production cut planned at the company's Kobe and Kakogawa plants in Hyogo Prefecture will bring down overall output in the six-month period through March to 3.58 million tons, compared with 4.18 million tons in the first half of the business year, according to Kobe Steel.
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As a part of its overseas strategy for China and Asia, Kobe Steel is positioning its Kobe and Kakogawa works as production bases for its special steel wire rod.
Completed last month was an expansion of the continuous annealing-pickling line for titanium sheet at Kakogawa Works in Hyogo Prefecture.