Company Profile

Company Profile

Company Profile

Company Name Propharm Japan Co.,Ltd
Address 3F SHIBUYA SOLASTA, 1-21-1,
Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku Tokyo, 150-0043, Japan
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Contact TEL: +81-(0)3-6328-3307
FAX: +81-(0)3-6368-5523
Mail: info@propharm.jp
Managing director Hiroshi Tachikawa
Company foundation June 2006
Main financing bank Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd. (Ginza branch)
Business description
  1. Environmental, Health and Safety Audit and Consulting
  2. Sustainability and Climate-change Consulting
  3. Labor Audit
  4. Technical Translation
Network Inogen Alliance*

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Profile of Managing director

Name Hiroshi Tachikawa
Academic background B.Sc., Sustainable Resource Management, Ohio State university (2000)
M.Sc., International Development Studies, The University of Tokyo (2008)
Career profile
  • After being with a multinational pharmaceutical company, Hiroshi has been engaged in a number of environmental consulting projects. Hiroshi has started his own company since 2006, mainly focusing on environmental and social fields. Key activities include the followings:
  • Engaged in standardization of ISO 14051 (Material Flow Cost Accounting) as a chair group member (assistant secretary)
  • Member of Material Flow Cost Accounting Committee for Introduction, Demonstration and Local Management (entrusted by Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (June 2009 to present))
  • Engaged in International Environment, Health and Safety Governance Organization as a representative director
  • Conducted multiple worldwide environmental advisory, risk management projects
  • Worked with a number of financial/manufacturing multinational businesses as an environmental advisor/consultant for corporate merger and acquisition (M&A)
  • Conducted multiple material flow cost accounting related environmental projects that deliver both increased profits and material productivity
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