NSK Ltd.

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NSK Ltd.
Native name
日本精工株式会社
Romanized name
Nippon Seikō Kabushiki-gaisha
Type Public (K.K)
TYO: 6471
ISIN JP3720800006
Industry Machinery
Founded Tokyo (November 8, 1916;104 years ago (1916-11-08))
Founder
  • Takehiko Yamaguchi
  • Takahashi Korekiyo
Headquarters1-6-3 Ōsaki, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo, 141-8560, Japan
Key people
Akitoshi Ichii (President/CEO)
Products
  • Industrial Machinery Bearings
  • Precision Machinery & Parts
  • Automotive Bearings
  • Automotive Components
Website www.nsk.com
Footnotes /references
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NSK Ltd. (日本精工株式会社, Nippon Seikō Kabushiki-gaisha, Japan Precision Company), also known in some markets as NSK Automation, is a large manufacturer of bearings globally and the largest in Japan. The company produces industrial machinery bearings, precision machinery and parts, and automotive bearings and components.

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The company is listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, is a component of the Nikkei 225 stock index, [5] and has over 144 overseas operations in 29 countries. [6] | Capital = Increase2.svg 67.2 billion Japanese Yen (as of March 31, 2021) | Annual Net Sales = Increase2.svg 747.6 billion Japanese Yen (Year ended March 31, 2021)

History

Present day business

More than 20,000 employees form a worldwide technology network consisting of over 64 production plants. Approximately three million new bearings are manufactured per day (from miniature bearings with a one-millimetre bore to bearings with a diameter of five meters).

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