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Nippon Pipeline Service is
a "pioneer of pipeline pigging work"
with over half century of experience.

Business Name Nippon Pipeline Service Co., Ltd. (NPS)
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Taketomo Sagawa
Date of the founding December 1969
Paid-in Capital 10,000,000 yen
Main Office NPS Building
1-13-13 Futaba
Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
Japan 142-0043
TEL.03-3783-3941 (main) FAX.03-3783-3925
Equipment Warehouse Headquarters / Anegasaki, Chiba
Major business activities ・ Pipeline cleaning and pre-commissioning work using Poly-Pigs by contract
・ Distribution of Poly-Pigs and sales and lease of pipeline pigging related equipment/products
・ Planning and designing of pigging systems
・ Dispatching operation supervisors for of pigging works
History and timeline
1969 Nippon Pipeline Services (NPS) was founded as the exclusive distributor in Japan for Knapp Polly Pig Inc (Headquarters: United States), in Minami Magome, Otaku, Tokyo. Since its foundation, NPS has actively promoted the expanded use of Poly Pigs by various industries in Japan.
1975 NPS relocated its headquarters to Sanno, Ota-ku, Tokyo.
1988 NPS became the exclusive distributor in Japan of Pipeline Inspection Company Inc. for its products, including Holiday Detectors, Pig Locators, etc.
1990 NPS became a Japanese distributor of Maloney Technical Products Inc.
1993 NPS became the exclusive distributor in Japan of Inline Services, Inc., starting to distribute pigging systems for food and pharmaceutical products.
2009 NPS became a Japan Water Works Association (JWWA) supporting member (4th class). Membership number 413400
2010 Registered with a Construction License Governor of Tokyo (“般”-22) No. 135769
Licensed for the areas of
・general civil engineering
・water facilities, and
・steel structures
2011 NPS started distribution of pig detectors, closures and their spare parts of GD Engineering
2013 NPS became a Japanese distribution agent of Control Devices Inc. (CDI)
2014 in December NPS relocated its main office to NPS Building in Futaba, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo.