Lumber and Wood Products

Hiroshima Prefecture

~Unique System of “Planting, Cultivating, and Utilizing Trees”~

Established in 1935

Corporate Strengths

Wood One manages approximately 40,000 hectares of forest in New Zealand, and uses its know-how of forestry, cultivated over many years, for integrated production from seedlings to wood products. We use a 30-year cycle of “afforestation” – “cultivation” – “logging” – “afforestation”.

Unique, Best-Selling Products and Services

■ Integrated system of production that prevents the waste of wood resources

Using wood that is cultivated through a 30-year cycle in New Zealand, We have established a business model in which a single tree is a source for solid wood, laminated wood, and veneer for plywood, and the wood pulp (which would traditionally be disposed of) is processed into wooden boards, so that no wood resources are wasted. Currently, while illegal logging is a worldwide problem, the mission of this model is to create a future for the use of our limited resources.

Appeal to New Graduates/Mid-Career Recruits

With the motto “planting, cultivating, and utilizing trees”, we perform every step involved in the production of lumber within our own group companies. Through the 30-year logging cycle, we contribute to the conservation of the global environment with a system of semipermanent supply that does not deplete lumber resources.

  • Forest in New Zealand where the logging cycle is implemented


Company profile

Address 1-1, Mokuzaikominami, Hatsukaichi City, Hiroshima Prefecture 
TEL (0829)32-3333
URL https://www.woodone.co.jp
Capital ¥7.324 billion
Number of employees 1,252
Sales ¥66.300 billion
Main overseas locations New Zealand, the Philippines, Indonesia, China
Hiring foreigners 3 foreigners hired in the past, willing to hire more

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