Company Profile

Company Profile

Name
Hyogo Ion Beam Medical Support
*Abbreviated as HIBMS (pronounced “high-beams”)
Location
1-2-1 Koto, Shingu-cho, Tatsuno-shi
Hyogo, JAPAN 679-5165
Date of Establishment
November 1, 2011
Purpose of Establishment
To contribute to the diffusion and development of minimally invasive, high QOL (quality of life) particle therapy in Japan and abroad, by the comprehensive and continuous provision by the prefectural government of the Hyogo Ion Beam Medical Center’s expertise and high-level medical treatment know-how (intellectual property), and by assisting medical facilities with the process of smoothly introducing particle therapy.

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Total Capital
9,090,000 yen (current)
At establishment: 8,910,000 yen
・July 31, 2012: 9.00 million yen (third-party allocation of shares to Toshiba Medical Systems Corporation)
・August 30, 2013: 9.09 million yen (third-party allocation of shares to Shimadzu Corporation)
Shareholders and Shareholdings
Shareholder Name Investment Amount (Ratio)
(Unit: 1,000 yen)
Main Role
Hyogo Prefecture 7,200 (79%) Provision of human resources and expertise regarding particle therapy
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation 1,350 (15%) Provision of particle therapy system technology
Yokogawa Medical Solutions Corporation 180 (2%) Provision of technology for compiling databases on medical records and image data for particle therapy and sharing them
Fujidenolo Co., Ltd. 90 (1%) Provision of patient fixing device development technology for particle therapy
Toyota Tsusho Corporation 90 (1%) Provision of overseas liaison know-how
Toshiba Medical Systems Corporation 90 (1%) Provision of patient testing technology for particle therapy
Shimadzu Corporation 90 (1%) Provision of patient positioning technology for particle therapy
[Total investment] 9.09 million yen *Unquoted shares with no certificates
Directors and staff
(As of December 1, 2015)
Directors: 7
Full-time: 1 (0 from the prefectural government)
Part-time: 6 (including 4 from the prefectural government)
Staff: 9 (including 3 from the prefectural government)