… a wholly owned subsidiary of Osaka Gas Chemicals Co., Ltd. (OGC). OGC acquired Jacobi in 2014.
… dedicated to becoming the most sustainable supplier in the industry. With a strong focus on safety, our customers needs and our people and their communities where we operate. Taking an innovative approach to meeting future customer needs and reducing our environmental impact.
… the world’s largest manufacturer of coconut shell-based activated carbon, with over double the capacity of any other manufacturer. Coconut shell being the most sustainable commercial raw material to produce Activated Carbon.
… a global manufacturing organisation, with 20 manufacturing and processing facilities and 2 reactivation plants in Europe.
… the supplier of the broadest array of activated carbons in the industry, including carbons based on coconut shell, bituminous coal, lignite, and wood. Customer product solutions offered in powdered, granular, extruded, spherical, and felt cloth forms as well as a full range of complimenting Ion Exhange Resins and Filter Service Solutions.
… aiming to be the most innovative player with our industry leading R&D group headquartered in Japan.
… over 1850 dedicated, professional employees.
… committed to one simple mission: to be the preferred supplier to our customers of Activated Carbon, Ion Exchange Resin and Filter Service Solutions, with technical support and customer service that are second to none.
The Quality Company
Jacobi Carbons is fully committed to a total quality approach, starting from the first phone call going all the way through to making sure that the delivered product meets and exceeds the specified requirements.
Jacobi Carbons is an accredited organization meeting the rigid international ISO-9000 standards with local accreditations in the production, distribution and administration points.
Our strict quality assurance procedures ensure you get a quality product with leading industry product packaging, excellent customer service, each and every time.
The Responsible Company
Jacobi Carbons is very much aware of the responsibilities that a large corporation has in the welfare and rights of its employees and stakeholders alike. In addition, the location of many of the company’s manufacturing facilities in the developing world places further onus on us to ensure that the social impact of our operations are positive and not to the detriment of the regions in which we operate. Jacobi fully subscribe to the fundamental premise of organizations such as SIDA (Swedish International Development Agency) that require investors to safeguard all employees and their families; will not exploit young or vulnerable persons, and actively contribute to the local community. Jacobi Carbons does not employ child labour, nor does it contravene regulations relating to minimum pay or working conditions.
The Sustainable Company
The use of the Earth’s natural resources is a significant consideration in the design of all Jacobi Carbons’ manufacturing facilities. The production of activated carbon has environmental impacts that can be mitigated by the careful management of process, selection of sustainable raw materials and the re-use of by-products. Each Jacobi facility operates modern, efficient processing equipment. The re-use of heat generated and water consumed is undertaken at every possible opportunity. Any surplus energy generated is returned to the local networks.