Message from the president
With 62 years of experience operating as Tachibana Transport in Arashiyama, Kyoto, and seven years as tuc, we're still a young company, but we’ve inherited a passionate commitment to providing unparalleled service that’s been passed down since the time of our founding. That commitment takes the form of an eagerness to embrace challenges.
We deliver hope along with customers’ freight.
In the future, simply continuing the old way of doing things won’t be enough to ensure survival.
Now is the time for seemingly crazy ideas that turn conventional wisdom on its head.
The energy that drives us to evolve comes from boldly embracing challenges without fear of failure!
I see my mission as creating a company that puts smiles on its employees’ faces. We’re all working together to ensure our company earns the admiration of its community while proving itself to be indispensable. I look forward to your continued patronage and support in the future.
President, tuc Co., Ltd.
We operate a large fleet of power gate-equipped vehicles in a wide range of sizes, from large, low-bed, wing-body models to 2-ton vans. Combined with Tachibana Transport’s flatbed trucks, this fleet allows us to transport a full array of freight. We also operate charter buses, extending our transport and shipping business to include both passengers and freight.
|Company name||tuc Co., Ltd.|
|Address||103 Katsurakaminoimaicho, Nishikyo-ku, Kyoto 615-8007|
|Founded||October 31, 2013|
|Permits and licenses||General motor truck transportation business: Kinki District Transport Bureau No. 131|
Passenger motor carrier service: Kinki District Transport Bureau No. 254 (renewed on July 12, 2021)
Travel service arrangement business: Travel service arrangement business license No. 730, registered with the governor of Kyoto Prefecture
|Employees||24 (total group employees as of April 2020)|
|Representative||Satoshi Yoshida, President|
|Businesses||General motor truck transportation business|
Passenger motor carrier service
Consigned freight forwarding business
Fleet operation and management
Travel service arrangement
|Vehicle fleet||13-ton low-bed, wing-body trucks with power gates and air suspensions at all wheels: 4|
13-ton low-bed, wing-body trucks with air suspensions: 2
4-ton wing-body trucks with air suspensions: 6 (of which 4 have power gates)
3.5-ton wing-body truck with power gate: 1
2-ton vans with power gates: 4
29-passenger microbus: 1
14-passenger HiAce Commuter vans: 2
|Major customers (in no particular order)||Yamato Transport Co., Ltd.|
Warner Bros. Japan
Robot Communications Inc.
Various private-sector broadcasting companies
And 50 other companies
|Banks of account||Bank of Kyoto (Matsuo Branch)|
Kyoto Chuo Shinkin Bank (Arashiyama Branch)
|Memberships||Kyoto Trucking Association|
Location Bus Association
Kyoto Travel Industry Co-op
Kyoto Chamber of Commerce and Industry
|Certifications||Driver Workplace Environment Certification Program (Employee-friendly Workplace Certification Program)|