Corporate Profile and History

Corporate Profile

Corporate Name Nisshinbo Mechatronics Inc.
Founded April 1, 2009
Paid-in Capital 4,000 million yen (December 31, 2019)
Head Office 2-31-11, Ningyo-cho, Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 103-8650, Japan
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Executives President, Representative Director
Toshihiro Masuda
Director, Senior Executive Managing Officer
Masakazu Aitsuki
Director, Managing Officer
Takeshi Yamane
Hisashi Kuroda
Employees About 500 (non-consolidated as of December 31, 2019)
About 5,000 (consolidated as of December 31, 2019)
Main Bank Mizuho Bank, Ltd.
Main Business Development, manufacture, and sale of Molding products
Development, manufacture, and sale of customized machines
Manufacture, and sale of Precision Parts for Automobiles
Inquiries 30, Azukizaka, Miai-cho, Okazaki, Aichi, 444-8560, Japan
(Miai Machinery Plant, Nisshinbo Mechatronics Inc.)
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1943 Started manufacturing tail units for aircraft at Miai Plant.
1946 Started manufacturing textile machines.
1958 Established Nihon Kohbunshikan Co., Ltd.
(name changed to Nippon Kohbunshi Co., Ltd. in 1986)
(acquired by Nisshinbo Mechatronics Inc. in 2010)
1965 Started manufacturing the first automatic grinding and debarring machines in Japan.
1967 Started manufacturing various customized machines.
1970 Started manufacturing and selling molding fans.
1971 Started development and production of Copy Press, a plate processing machine.
1980 Started development and production of a new Copy Press model (commonly known as a turret punch press).
1983 Started development and production laser cutting machines.
1984 Formed a technical partnership with ALFRED TEVES GMBH, Germany (currently Continental AG) working on ABS (Anti-skid Brake System).
1986 Nisshinbo Miai Machinery Plant was completed (currently the Miai Machinery Plant).
Started development and production of a press brake.
1987 Hamakita Plant was completed.
1988 Established Mechatronics Division.
Established ABS Division.
1989 Established Kohbunshi (Thailand) Ltd.
(name changed to Nisshinbo Mechatronics (Thailand) Ltd. in 2011).
1993 Established Pudong Kobunshi (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
(name changed to Nisshinbo Mechatronics (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. in 2010).
1998 Started production and sales of photovoltaic module production equipment.
2000 Founded Continental Teves Corporation with Continental Teves AG & CO. OHG as a joint venture in Japan.
(currently Continental Automotive Corporation)
2009 Established Nisshinbo Mechatronics Inc. as a core company in conjunction with company division.
2010 Acquired Nippon Kohbunshi Co., Ltd.
2011 Established Nisshinbo Mechatronics India Private Limited.
2014 Established Nisshinbo-Continental Precision Machining (Yangzhou) Co., Ltd., a joint venture company, with Continental AG.
2015 Acquired Nanbu Plastics Co., Ltd.