Nissei Corporation


Company history

   

Gear
motor

Gear

Other

 

2013

June

   

Shifted to a company with a board of Corporate Auditors

 

April

   

Acquired the consolidated company, Fujitaka Industries, Ltd.

 

January

   

Became a consolidated subsidiary of Brother Industries, Ltd.

2012

November

   

Founded the sales subsidiary, Nissei Trading (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
Shenzhen Subsidiary Company, in China

2010

September

   

Founded the manufacturing subsidiary, Nissei Gear Motor Mfg. (Changzhou) Co., Ltd., in China

2009

July

   

Founded the sales subsidiary, Nissei Trading (Shanghai) Co., Ltd., in China

2007

April

   

Completed Reducers No.2 Plant

Completed Reducers No.2 Plant

2006

January

   

Acquired the certificate "2005 Aichi Brand Company"

2004

April

   

Created a marketing alliance with SEW‑EURODRIVE (Tianjin) Ltd.

2003

August

   

Created a business alliance with Daikin Industries, Ltd. in the field of industrial equipment

 

June

   

Shifted to a company with committees

 

March

   

Listed in the Second Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange

Listed in the Second Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange

2002

April

   

Created a marketing alliance with Kohara Gear Industry Co., Ltd.

2001

November

   

Expanded Anjo South Plant

Expanded Anjo South Plant

2000

December

   

Acquired the ISO14001 certificate

 

October

   

Changed the trade name to Nissei Corporation
Changed the share unit number from 1000 to 100

 

March

   

Acquired the ISO9001 certificate

1998

November

   

Created a marketing alliance with SEW‑EURODRIVE JAPAN CO.,LTD.

1995

March

    Started manufacturing and sales of direct acting equipment (electric slide base cylinder)

Started manufacturing and sales of direct acting equipment (electric slide base cylinder)

1992

May

    Started production of variable-speed gearmotors  Started production of brushless motors and electronic control devices

Started production of variable-speed gearmotors
Started production of brushless motors and electronic control devices

1991

October

    Started production of hollow shaft reducers

Started production of hollow shaft reducers

1987

March

 

  Started production of HRH (High Ratio Hypoid Gear)

Started production of HRH (High Ratio Hypoid Gear)

1986

February

   

Moved headquarters to Anjo

1985

July

   

Listed in the Second Section of the Nagoya Stock Exchange
Constructed Anjo South Plant

1984

November

    Started production of induction motors

Started production of small size gearmotors
Started production of induction motors

1980

May

    Started production of right angle shaft reducers

Started production of right angle shaft reducers

1974

October

    Started production of parallel shaft reducers

Started production of parallel shaft reducers

 

May

 

  Founded the subsidiary, Fujitaka Industries, Ltd., in Anjo

Founded the subsidiary, Fujitaka Industries, Ltd., in Anjo

1966

November

   

Constructed a molding plant  Started production of die-casting products

Constructed a molding plant Started production of die-casting products

1965

July

   

Changed the trade name to Nissei Industries Co., Ltd.

1964

May

   

Constructed a main plant in Anjo, Aichi

1956

July

   

Changed the trade name to Nippon Sewing Machine Precision Equipment Co., Ltd.

1955

June

 

  Started manufacturing and sales of small gears and machine tool parts

Started manufacturing and sales of small gears and machine tool parts

1942

March

   

Founded Japan Sewing Machine Needle Manufacturing in Mizuho, Nagoya to supply sewing machine parts to Nippon Sewing Machine Manufacturing Co. (current Brother Industries, Ltd.)

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