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Company History

The East Asiatic Company Ltd. (EAC) traces its origins back to 1884 when the founder of the Company, Captain H.N. Andersen, started a trading and shipping business between Thailand and Denmark.

The Company was formally registered in Denmark in 1897 and from this date on it has pursued a worldwide business within trading, shipping and industry.


In the later part of the 20th century the Company was restructured and modernised and today concentrates its business on four core activities: nutrition, food, chemicals and logistics. The bulk of the business is in Asia and South America.


The Company has been active in Japan since the early 20th century and EAC (Japan) was registered in Tokyo in 1947.


Over the years EAC (Japan) has gradually become a leading supplier of equipment for the beer and beverage sector in Japan and today draft beer and beverage dispensing equipment constitute the mainstay of the Company's activities here.

In 2001 EAC (Japan) became part of the Danish Micro Matic Group, the world-leading manufacturer of liquid transfer valves and other equipment for liquid dispensing. This has permitted EAC (Japan) to intensify its focus on the draft beer and beverage business and the Company is today uniquely positioned as one stop supplier of a full range of first class equipment to the Japanese breweries, beverage manufacturers and wineries.


EAC (Japan) has opened offices in Vietnam (Hanoi).

The East Asiatic Company (Japan) Ltd.

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TEL: 03-6695-7133

FAX: 03-6695-1165

Email: info3@eacjapan.co.jp

The East Asiatic Company (Japan) Ltd.

Toranomon #2 Wai-ko Bldg. 5-2-6 Toranomon

Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-0001