NTN Corporation

Company Profile

■URL

http://www.ntnglobal.com/en/index.html

■Address

1-3-17, Kyomachibori, Nishi-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka-hu, 550-0003, Japan

Business Overview

-Manufactures and sells bearings, constant velocity joints, and precision equipment

-Supplies its products and services to the automotive market, aftermarket, and industrial machinery market. Sales to the automotive industry accounted for 69.6% of the Company's overall revenue in FY ended March 2016.

-The Company has the largest share of the global hub bearing market and the second largest share of the global constant velocity joint market (according to the Company's own study). It places development focus also on products for electric vehicles.

Shareholders

- Listed on the first section of Tokyo Stock Exchange (As of Mar. 31, 2016)
Name or Company name Investment Ratio (%)
The Master Trust Bank of Japan, Ltd. (Trust account) 8.45
The Dai-ichi Life Insurance Company, Limited 4.37
Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance Company 4.21
Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ Ltd. 4.07
Japan Trustee Services Bank, Ltd. (Trust account) 4.01
NTN Kyoueikai 2.24
Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking Corporation 2.22
Nippon Life Insurance Company Ltd. 1.72
Tokio Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance Co., Ltd. 1.31
NTN Employee Stock Holdings 1.18
Total 33.78

Products

Engine
Cageless FA needle roller bearings for rocker arms; HL bearings
Ring type chain tensioners
Buttress thread type chain tensioners
Basic type auto tensioners
Separate type auto tensioner units
Pulleys for timing belts
Long stroke type auto tensioners
Ultra compact type auto tensioners
Short type auto tensioners
Built-in pulley auto tensioner units
Integrated pulley arm auto tensioner units
BEAREE for axle works
BEAREE for tensioners
Bearings for crank shaft flywheel dampers
Apex seals for variable valve timing control

Drive Train
Constant velocity joints for steering systems
Monoblock tubular shafts
Electromagnetic mechanical clutch units
FA tapered roller bearings
Long life deep grooved ball bearings; TAB bearings
Auto air hubs
Spider for cross joints with shell type needle roller bearings
Constant velocity joints for propeller shafts
Constant velocity joints for half-shafts

Suspension
BEAREE seal rings
Lead screws with plastic nuts
Long life deep grooved ball bearings; TAB bearings
FA tapered roller bearings
Tapered roller bearings
GEN 4 hub joints
GEN 3 hub bearings with integrated active ABS sensors
GEN 2 hub bearings
Super-lightweight GEN 3 hub bearings for mini-vehicles
GEN 1 Tapered roller unit bearings
GEN 3 orbital forming type hub bearings with magnetized encoders; for non-driven wheels
GEN 1 Angular unit bearings
GEN 3 hub bearings
GEN 3 orbital forming type hub bearings with magnetized encoder; for driven wheels
GEN 2 tapered roller hub bearing for heavy duty trucks
GEN 3 hub bearings with brake rotors

Transmission
MT
- Compact clutch release bearings; CCR
- Pull type clutch release bearings
- Push type clutch release bearings
- Filter sealed ball bearings
- Cylindrical roller bearings with plastic retainer for high axial load use
- Welded cage and roller type needle roller bearings
- Needle roller bearings
- Long life deep grooved ball bearings; TAB bearings
- FA tapered roller bearings
- 4T, ET tapered roller bearings for differential gears

AT
- Double-row thrust needle roller bearings for automatic transmissions
- Flanged double row angular ball bearings
- BEAREE seal rings
- Thrust needle roller bearings
- BEAREE seal rings, sleeves
- Ball bearings
- Needles for planetary gears
- Unitized thrust needle roller bearings for irregular applications
- 4T, ET tapered roller bearings for differential gears
- Machined-ring needle roller bearings

CVT
- Needle roller bearings
- Two-way clutch units
- Ball bearings
- FA tapered roller bearings

Body
BEARPHITE for wiper motors
Wipers; BEAREE coated
BEAREE for sunroofs
Miniature ball bearings for slide doors
Cageless needle roller bearings for seat slides
Drawn-cup needle roller bearings for electrical seat reclining
Clutches for seat lifter

Accessory
BEAREE for distributors
Ball bearings for turbo chargers
Auto tensioner units for accessory drive belts
Pulleys for accessory drive belts
Long life ball bearings for alternators
Expansion compensating ball bearings for alternators
Ball bearings for electromagnetic clutches
BEAREE seal rings/Tip seals
Clutch integrated pulley units
Thrust needle roller bearings for compressors
Drawn cup needle roller bearings for compressors
Thrust needle roller bearings for compressors
Eccentric motion couplings for compressors; EM Couplings
Drawn-cup needle roller bearings for throttle bodies
BEARPHITE for motors
Miniature ball bearings for motors
Ball bearings for fan clutches
Constant velocity joints for motor bus air conditioners
Traction drive type superchargers

System for Electric vehicle (EV)
One motor type EV drive systems
In-wheel motor systems
Steering systems for Steer-by-wire
Electromechanical braking systems

History

Mar. 1918 Development and manufacturing of ball bearings started at the Nishizono Tekkojo Kuwana-gun Kuwana-cho in Mie Pref.
May 1923 Tomoe Syokai ties up with Nisizono Tekkojo, and both companies begin domestic manufacture and sales bearings, using NTN as a trademark.
Mar. 1976 The Enu Te Enu Hanbai Co. Ltd. is established (currently NTN Co. Ltd.).
Mar. 1927 The Company established the limited partnership NTN Seisakujo.
Mar. 1934 Company organization was changed from limited partnership NTN Seisakujo to limited company.
Jan. 1937 The Company name was changed to Toyo Bearing Mfg. Ltd..
Nov. 1971 The Company name was changed to NTN Toyo Bearing Co., Ltd..
Oct. 1989 Company name was changed to NTN Ltd. merged with Toyo Bearing Nagano Seisakujo.
Sep. 1996 The NTN-BCA Corp. is established in Lititz, USA.
May 1998 The NTN Manufacturing Co, Ltd. is established in Pluakdaeng, Thailand.
Dec. 1998 NTN Transmissions Europe was established in Allonnes, France.
Jun. 2000 The joint venture company established in France with Renault S.A. started production of constant velocity universal joints.
2000 Closed the Hirano factory (in Osaka) and subsequently acquired it. Also acquired NTN Sales and integrated it into the headquarters' sales division.
2000 Strengthened production bases in the United States, Europe, and Asia to meet the needs of globalization based on the four-pole system, that also includes Japan.
2001 Agreed to an all-inclusive tie-up with FAG (of Germany) in the bearings business.
Aug. 2002 Established Shanghai NTN Corporation in Shanghai, China.
Aug. 2002 Established NTN Nidec (Zhejiang) Corporation in Pinghu, China.
Sep. 2002 Established Guangzhou NTN-Yulon Drivetrain Co., Ltd. in Guangzhou, China.
Apr. 2004 Established NTN Mie Corporation in Kuwana-shi, Mie Pref. (It turned an affiliated company into a subsidiary, renaming it as NRT Mie.)
Aug. 2004 Established Changzhou NTN-Guangyang Corporation in Changzhou City, China.
Jul. 2005

Established NTN (China) Investment Corporation, in Shanghai, China.

Oct. 2005 Established NTN Manufacturing India Private Limited, in Rewari, India.
Nov. 2005 Established NTN-Nidec (Thailand) Co., Ltd., in Pluakdaeng, Thailand.
Dec. 2005 Established NTN Ina Corp. in Minowa, Nagano, Japan.
Apr. 2006 Invested in IFA-Antriebstechnik G.m.b.H. in Germany
Jul. 2006 Established NTN Fukuroi Corporation in Fukuroi City, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan.
Feb. 2007 Established NTN-Rab changzhou Corporation in Changzhou City, China.
Mar. 2007 Invested in SNR Roulements in France.
Apr. 2008 Established NTN Houdatsushimizu Corp. in Hakui-gun, Ishikawa, Japan.
Made SNR Roulements its consolidated subsidiary.
Dec. 2010 Established NTN Noto Corporation in Shika-machi, Ishikawa Prefecture.
Jan. 2011 Established NTN-LYC (Luoyang) Bearing Corporation in Luoyang, China.
Oct. 2011 Established Nanjing NTN Corporation in Nanjing, China.
Apr. 2013 Established NTN Manufacturing de Mexico, S.A. DE C.V. in Aguascalientes, Mexico.
Jan. 2014 Established Xiangyang NTN-Yulon Drivetrain Co,. Ltd. in Xiangyang, China.
Jul. 2015 Established NTN Driveshaft Anderson, Inc. in Anderson, U.S.
Dec. 2015 Nippon Kagaku Yakin Co., Ltd. absorbed NTN Powder Metal Corporation, and changed the company name to NTN Advanced Materials Corporation.

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