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Clean Chemical Company: 50 years contributing to precision in cleaning medical equipment

Article - April 17, 2024

Pioneering safe, sustainable and high-quality cleaning solutions for the medical industry.

First established in 1975, Clean Chemical Company is an industry leader with advanced product development capabilities and products that provide optimal solutions for its customers.

According to company president, Shozo Yano, the firm’s strength lies in meeting its clients’ diverse needs: “We provide safe, high-quality products and services by employing advanced technologies in controlled environments.”

Faced with growing challenges related to Japan’s aging population and shrinking domestic labor market, Mr. Yano is also keen to emphasize how the firm invests in its existing personnel.

“We nurture our employees’ skills and capabilities,” he says, “putting money into resources to support their professional development. We provide additional training, educational opportunities, and involvement in diverse projects to encourage growth and skill-building.”

“Our focus,” he continues, “is not on exporting finished products to overseas markets, but rather on establishing OEM collaborations.”

Partnerships, in other words, are vital. “It’s crucial for us to enter local markets,” Mr. Yano confirms, “engage with partners and leverage our technologies to meet local demands. We highly appreciate partners who value our expertise, appreciate our support, and collaborate on product development.”

The company has obtained the ISO/IEC 17025:2017 laboratory accreditation standard from Perry Johnson Laboratory Accreditation Inc. for its analysis of residual protein in cleaned medical instruments, a development that should enable the company to expand globally.

Equally important, however, is the company’s focus on high-mix, low-volume production, and maintaining its identity as a firm like a small but agile yacht with unique technology and products.