F.C.C. Co., Ltd.

Company Profile

■URL

http://www.fcc-net.co.jp/

■Address

7000-36 Nakagawa, Hosoe-cho, Hamamatsu-city, Shizuoka-pref. 431-1394, Japan

Business Overview

-Sales and manufacturing of motorcycle clutches, and automatic and manual automobile clutches.

-A manufacturer of automotive components and a member of the Honda group.

-The percentage of companywide sales outside Japan was 89.2% in the fiscal year that ended in March 2016, with Asia accounting for 47% and the USA for 39%.

-The Company has the highest share of motorcycle clutches in the world. The heart of the Company’s capability in creating products and meeting customer needs in terms of quality and costs is based on the fact that it has seamless production operations, from developing friction materials, up to product assembly.

Shareholders

-Listed on the first section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange. (As of Mar. 31, 2016)
Name or Company Name Investment Ratio (%)
Honda Motors Co., Ltd. 20.66
Japan Trustee Services Bank Ltd. (Trust Account) 7.13
Japan Trustee Services Bank Ltd. (Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank Re-trust Arrangement; Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation Retirement Benefits Trust Account) 4.76
Y.A Co., Ltd 3.83
Individual Shareholder 2.93
The Master Trust Bank of Japan, Ltd. (Trust Account) 2.74
Mizuho Trust & Banking Co., Ltd. Retirement Benefits Trust; Mizuho Banking Co., Ltd. Re-trust Trustees Funds; Asset Management Services Trust Bank, Ltd.  2.49
Individual Shareholder 2.47
F.C.C. Customers' Shareholding Association 1.77
Northern Trust Co. (AVFC) Re Mondrian International Small Cap Equity Fund, L.P.
1.73
Total 50.57

Products

Automatic Transmission clutches
-For planetary gear automatic transmissions

  • Wet multi disc double clutches; 6,200-6,700cc

-For parallel-axis gear automatic transmissions

  • Wet multi disc triple clutches; 3,200-3,500cc
  • Wet multi disc double clutches; 660-3,500cc

CVT starting clutches
-CVT starting clutches; 1,100-1,700cc
-Forward clutches; 2,000cc-2,400cc

Torque converter lockup clutches
-Torque converter lock-up clutches; 660-3,500cc
-Torque converter lock-up clutches; 3,000-3,700cc

Manual Transmission clutches
-Push type dry single disc clutches; 660-2,400cc
-Pull type dry single disc clutches; 2,200cc

AWD Clutches
-AWD changeover differential clutches; 1,300-3,000cc

History

Jun. 1939 Established as Fuji Lite Industries Co., Ltd. in Hamamatsu City, Shizuoka Pref..
Began manufacturing clutch plates, gears and other synthetic resin products by means of press molding using bakelite as the principal raw material.
Mar. 1943 Changed trade name to Fuji Chemical Co., Ltd..
Feb. 1982 Established Kyushu Fuji Chemical Industries Co., Ltd. (now Kyushu F.F.C. Co., Ltd.) in Shimomashiki-gun, Kumamoto Pref..
July. 1984 Changed trade name to F.C.C. Co., Ltd.
Dec. 1994 Establishes Chengdu Jianghua F.C.C. Clutches Co., Ltd. in Sichuan Province, China.
Mar. 1995 Establishes Chu's F.C.C. Co., Ltd. (Shanghai) in Shanghai, China.
Sep. 1995 Established a subsidiary, FCC (Europe) Limited in Milton Kings, UK
Apr. 1997 Established an affiliated company, FCC Rico Limited, in India.
Nov. 1998 Established a subsidiary, FCC Do Brazil Limited, in Amazonas, Federal Republic of Brazil.
Nov. 2000 Established FCC (North Carolina), INC. (currently a consolidated subsidiary) in North Carolina, U.S.A.
Dec. 2000 Developed a new production method, called "the segment manufacturing process," for lock-up clutches used for AT vehicles.
Raised the raw material yield rate to 70-80%.
Started production in Name of factory and in the American subsidiary JTEC.
Apr. 2001 Established PT. FCC Indonesia in Karawang, Indonesia.
Dec. 2002 Established FCC (North America), Inc. (currently a consolidated subsidiary) and FCC (Indiana), Inc. (currently a consolidated subsidiary) in Indiana, US.
Feb. 2003 Listed on the second section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange
May 2003 Established F.C.C. (Adams) Ltd. L.L.C (now the Company's consolidated subsidiary) in Indiana, U.S.A.
Mar. 2004 Listed on the first section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
Jun. 2005 Turned FCC (Taiwan) Co., Ltd. into its local subsidiary. It had previously been a consolidated company)
Nov. 2005 Established FCC (Vietnam) Co., Ltd. (a consolidated subsidiary) in Hanoi, Vietnam
Jan. 2006 Established FCC Foshan Co., Ltd. (a consolidated subsidiary) in Canton, China
Nov. 2010 Acquired stock shares in Tohoku Chemical Industries, Ltd. located in Shinagawa Ward Tokyo, making the company a wholly owned and consolidated subsidiary.
Sep. 2012 Established F.C.C. (China) Investment Co., Ltd., currently a consolidated subsidiary, in Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China.
Dec. 2012 Liquidated FCC (Europe) Ltd.
Feb. 2013 Established FCC Seojin Co., Ltd. in Siheung , Gyeonggi-do, Korea.
Jun. 2013 Established FCC Automotive Parts de Mexico S.A. de C.V. in San Luis Potosi, Mexico.
Nov. 2014 Established FCC Clutch India Private Ltd. in Haryana, India.
Dec. 2014 Acquired 100% of the equity shares in FCC Rico Ltd. (currently FCC India Manufacturing Private Ltd. a consolidated subsidiary).
Nov. 2015 FCC Clutch India Private Ltd. absorbed the FCC India Manufacturing Private Ltd.

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