Profile of Chubu Productivity Center
1) Chubu Productivity Center (CPC) was established in 1956 and has engaged in activities for improving industrial productivity.
2) Productivity improvement requires the consent and cooperation not only of corporate managers, but also of persons from all walks of life. CPC was therefore established as an organization representing corporate executives, labor unions and academic experts, and has engaged in promoting productivity not only at the corporate level, but also from a socio-economic perspective.
3) In Japan, Japan Productivity Center (JPC) in Tokyo and seven regional productivity centers form a network of productivity centers. As one of the regional centers, CPC has engaged in various activities in the Chubu region.
4) CPC’s concrete project contents are: holding workshops and seminars for companies and labor unions, providing new information, conducting research and surveys on productivity improvement, and sending study missions overseas, on the other hand, CPC is expanding the width of its activities aiming to improve social productivity such as development of activity focusing to the logistics issues and service industry.
Outline of Chubu Productivity Center
Established: 16th April 1956
Area : Chubu Region (Prefectures of Aichi, Gifu, Mie, Ishikawa and Toyama)
Steering Committee (As of December 6, 2018):
Tadashi Ogura: Chairman, NORITAKE CO., LIMITED
Shokichi Yasukawa: Former Chairman, AICHI STEEL CORPORATION
Mitsuyuki Tsuruoka: President, FEDERATION OF ALL TOYOTA WORKERS' UNIONS
Yasuo Suzuoki: Professor, AICHI INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Takashi Matsuoka: Executive Director, CHUBU PRODUCTIVITY CENTER
COUNCILOR 25 People
DIRECTOR 25 People
AUDITOR 2 People
ADVISER 1 Person
PARTICIPATION 1 Person
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