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■ Trade name Industry & Trade Center Co., Ltd. (Kabushikigaisha Sangyo Boeki Center)
■ Location 〒231-0023  2 Yamashita-cho, Naka-ku, Yokohama City
Phone: 045-671-7111
■ Established on July 2, 1973
■ Building
completed
in October 1975
■ Capital \1875 million (authorized capital \2500 million)
■ Representative Seiichi Yoneda, Representative Director
■ Major
shareholders
20% each by Kanagawa Prefecture and City of Yokohama;
5% by Bank of Yokohama; 4% each by NISSAN MOTOR CO. LTD., JFE Engineering Corporation and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.;
3.2% by Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings, Inc. ;
2.4% each by TOSHIBA CORPORATION and Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd.;
2.1% by Hitachi, Ltd.;
1.6% each by ASAHI GLASS CO., LTD., IHI Corporation and Kirin Brewery Company, Limited
■ Building
sectional
owners
8% by Kanagawa Prefecture, 15% by City of Yokohama, 12% by Chamber of Commerce and 65% by Industry & Trade Center
■ Industry & Trade Center is an affiliate of World Trade Center.
■ Types of
business
  1. Real estate rental of Industry & Trade Center Building and its management
  2. Management of parking facilities
  3. Others (sale of revenue and certificate stamps) translation service, holding of events, etc.)
Around 1967 Construction of Industry & Trade Center Building was proposed by the Yokohama Chamber of Commerce and Industry as a commemorative project of centennial anniversary of year of Meiji.
May 1969 “Industry & Trade Center Bldg. Erection Research Committee” was set up in collaboration between Kanagawa Prefecture, City of Yokohama and Chamber of Commerce.
July 1973
December
The Company was incorporated (capital: \500 million).
Construction of the Industry & Trade Center Building commenced.
June 1974 Capital was increased by \375 million (capital: \875 million).
February 1975
November
Capital was increased by \375 million (capital: \1250 million).
Industry & Trade Center Building was inaugurated.
1975 Kanagawa Prefecture Passport Center Main Office opened (2F).
September 1982 Capital was increased by \375 million (capital: \1625 million).
December 1984 Capital was increased by \250 million (capital: \1875 million).
December 1989 Full scale exterior repainting was implemented.
December 1992 Facility appraisal of Industry & Trade Center Building was conducted.
June 2006 Monument was established at the former site of HSBC (the oldest bank currently in operation in Japan) on the premise.
August 2006 The Building was authorized as the second-class designated energy management factory  by Ministry of Economy & Industry, Kanto Economy and Industry Bureau.  The Company undertook promotion of energy-conservation and down-sizing.
April 2011 Based on the evaluation results of seismic capacity (March 2010), 3-year quake-proof  reinforcement works were started.
November 2012 The initial Sanbo Fureai Concert was held to assist Kanagawa Philharmonic Orchestra jointly with supporting groups at their request.
February 2013 Quake-proof reinforcement works plan was rated 'satisfactory' as a result of JSCA overall evaluation.
August 2013 Quake-proof reinforcement works were completed.

JSCA:Japan Structural Consultants Association