-Development, manufacture, and sales of transmissions and automotive parts.
-The Company, as a major supplier specializing in automatic transmissions (ATs), offers a wide range of products such as Step ATs, continuously variable transmissions (CVTs), and transmissions for hybrid vehicles. The Company is the only supplier in the world to manufacture CVTs for all sizes of vehicles, from compact cars to full-sized passenger cars.
|-Unlisted Company||(As of Mar. 31, 2021)|
|Company Name||Investment Ratio (%)|
CVTs; Continuously Variable Transmissions
-CVTs for medium and large FWD vehicles "CVT8"
-CVTs with an auxiliary gearbox for mini and small FWD vehicles "CVT7"
-CVT for FWD Mini vehicles "CVT-S"
Transmissions for Hybrid vehicles
-CVTs for Hybrid FWD vehicles "CVT8 HYBRID"
-Transmissions for Hybrid RWD vehicles
Step ATs; Automatic Transmissions
-4-speed ATs for FWD vehicles
-6-speed ATs for FWD vehicles
-7-speed ATs for RWD vehicles
-9-speed ATs for RWD vehicles
|Jun. 1999||AT/CVT division in Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. was spun off into TransTechnology Ltd.|
|TransTechnology Ltd. and Jatco Corporation merged to form JatcoTransTechnology Ltd.|
|Dec. 1999||Jatco Trans Technology started delivery to Hyundai Motor Company (Republic of Korea).|
|Apr. 2000||Certified QS9000|
|Jan. 2001||Jatco Trans Technology started delivery to Jaguar Cars Ltd. (UK).|
|Nov. 2001||Started deliveries to GM Daewoo Auto& Technology Company (Republic of Korea, then Daewoo Motor Co.,Ltd.).|
|Dec. 2001||Started deliveries to London Taxis International (UK).|
|Jan. 2002||Started deliveries to Ford-Werke AG (Germany).|
|Apr. 2002||Changed corporate name to Jatco Ltd.
Started deliveries to Renault Samsung Motors Co., Ltd. (Republic of Korea).
AT/CVT division in Mitsubishi Motors Corporation was spun off and incorporated into Diamondmatic Co., Ltd.
Started deliveries to Ford Lio Ho Motor Co., Ltd..
|Apr. 2003||Merged with Diamondmatic Co., Ltd.|
|Jun. 2003||Established Jatco Mexico, S.A. de C.V., which is a wholly-owned subsidiary in Mexico.|
|Oct. 2003||Established Jatco France SAS, which is a wholly-owned subsidiary to import, sell, and develop automatic transmission and related components in France.|
|Apr. 2004||Started supplying its products to Changan Ford Automobile Co., Ltd.|
|Dec. 2005||Started deliveries to DaimlerChrysler Corporation. (USA)|
|Oct. 2006||Started deliveries to Renault S.A.S. (France)|
|Apr. 2007||Established Jatco (Guangzhou) Automatic Transmission Ltd., a wholly owned production subsidiary in China.|
|Apr. 2009||Started supplying its products to Dongfeng Nissan.|
|Sep. 2009||Jatco (Guangzhou) Automatic Transmission Ltd. started mass production of CVTs for medium-duty vehicles.|
|Jul. 2011||Established a production company in Thailand, JATCO (Thailand) Co., Ltd. (100% capital financing).|
|Jun. 2012||Commenced delivery of its products to JAC Motors (China).|
|Jun. 2012||Commenced delivery of its products to AvtoVAZ (Russia).|
|May 2014||Established JATCO France S.A.S., Spain branch in Barcelona, Spain.|
|Jul. 2018||Established JATCO (Suzhou) Automatic Transmission Ltd in China.|
|Nov. 2019||JATCO (Suzhou) Automatic Transmission Ltd. began production of CVTs|
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