DENSO Corporation Kosai Plant (Formerly ASMO Co., Ltd.)
-It is a subsidiary of Denso Corporation.
-The Company is engaged in manufacturing and sales of system products including small motors, such as wiper systems and window systems.
-Product range: wiper washer systems, small automotive motors for use in car bodies, drive systems, and air conditioning.
|-Unlisted company||(As of Sep. 31, 2017)|
|Company Name||Investment Ratio (%)|
-Brushless electric power steering motors
-Electronic throttle valve control motors
-Motors for EGR system
-Motors for electric-variable valve timing
-Variable nozzle turbo motors
-Cooling fan motors
-Electric water pumps
-Front wiper systems
-Front wiper blades
-Front wiper motors
-Rear wiper systems
-Rear Wiper Arm
-Rear wiper motors
-Electronic Stability Control motors
-Electric Parking Brake motors
-Stepping motors for headlight leveling
-Stepping motors for headlight swivel
-Headlamp Cleaner Pump
-Pressure perception sensors
Convenience & Comfort
-Power window motors
-Power seat motors
-Electric sunroof motors
-Tilt steering column motors
-Telescopic steering column motors
-Electronic variable gear-ratio steering motors
-Servo motors for air conditioner
-Blower motors for air-purifier
-Door closer motors
-Electric rear sunshade system
-Power slide door motors
|1986||Established a subsidiary Asmo Manufacturing, Inc. (AMI) in Michigan, U.S.A.
Increased capital to 4.5 billion yen through new stock issue.
Annual sales topped 100 billion yen.
|1987||Awarded a 2nd Class Non-Accident Certificate.
(10,500,000 hr. at the main factory) by the Ministry of Labor.
|1988||Established a subsidiary Asmo North Carolina, Inc. (ANC) in North Carolina, U.S.A.
Awarded the Deming Prize-the prestigious award for quality control.
|1989||Set up the Technical Center at the head office.
Held the Asmo Idea Festival.
|1990||The Toyohashi Plant started operation.|
|1991||Established a subsidiary Miyazaki Asmo Co., Ltd. in Miyazaki Pref.|
|1992||Miyazaki Asmo Co., Ltd. started operation.|
|1993||Established a subsidiary Asmo Detroit, Inc. (ADI) in Michigan, U.S.A.|
|1994||Established a subsidiary Asmo Greenville of North Caroliina, Inc. (GNC) in North Carolina, U.S.A.|
|1995||GNC commenced operation|
|1996||Established Tianjin Asmo Automotive Small Motor Co., Ltd in Tianjin, China|
|1997||Established a subsidiary PT. Asmo Indonesia (AINE) in the suburbs of Jakarta, Indonesia.|
|1999||Celebrated the 20th anniversary of the company's founding
Completed the construction of the general experiments center at headquarters.
|Oct. 2000||Jointly with its parent company Denso, invested capital in Poongsung Electric Corp., a South Korean company, manufacturing small motors and electrical components (Denso 24%, Asmo 16%)
Major customers of Poonsugn Electric Corp. are Hyundai Motor and Kia Motors.
Poonsugn Electric Corp. is Korea's leading ignition coil manufacturer, with the largest share (56%) of the domestic market.
|Nov. 2000||Jointly with Asahi Glass and Toyota, developed high-efficiency water repellent glass for windshield. The glass has been used for Toyota's Mark II.|
|Established Asmo Czech s.r.o. in Zulch, Czech Republic.|
|Mar. 2005||Turned Tianjin Asmo Automotive Small Motor Co., Ltd. into a consolidated subsidiary.|
|Jun. 2006||Established Guangzhou Asmo Automotive Small Motor Co., Ltd. in Guangzhou, China|
|May 2011||Established Asmo Hangzhou Xiaoshan Small Motor Co., Ltd. in Hangzhou, China.|
|Jul. 2013||Established Asmo Myanmar Co., Ltd. in Yangon, Myanmar.
|Jun. 2014||Established Asmo Manufacturing de Mexico, S.A. de C.V. in Guanajuato, Mexico.|
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