Yutaka Giken Co., Ltd.
- Manufactures exhaust and power train-related automotive parts as a direct affiliate of Honda.
-In the fiscal year that ended in March 2018, the automobile business accounted for 90% of the Company’s business.
-As for R&D activities, the Company began considering the idea of increasing the production capacity of motor parts for electric vehicles, in order to respond to the growing electric-vehicle market.
The Company announced that it will allocate JPY 6.0 billion to capital investments, in order to respond to new models and manufacture motor parts.
|-Listed on the JASDAQ Standard||(As of Mar. 31, 2018)|
|Name or Company Name||Investment Ratio (%)|
|Honda Motor Co., Ltd.||69.66|
|BBH FOR FIDELITY LOW-PRICED STOCK FUND
(PRINCIPAL ALL SECTOR SUBPORTFOLIO)
|The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd.||1.90|
|Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance Company||1.35|
|BBH FOR FIDELITY GROUP TRUSTBENEFIT
(PRINCIPAL ALL SECTOR SUBPORTFOLIO)
|Japan Trustee Services Bank, Ltd. (Trust Account)||0.88|
|Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking Corporation||0.81|
|Tokai Tokyo Securities Co., Ltd.||0.51|
|BNY GCM CLIENT ACCOUNT JPRD AC ISG (FE-AC)||0.37|
Drive system products
Torque converters for passenger cars
Torque converters for ATVs
Single mass flywheels
Fluid coupling for trucks
Exhaust system products
- 4 in 1 gathering type [large to small]
- 4 in 2 gathering type [sports type]
- 4 in 1 gathering type [sports type]
- Exhaust manifold direct converter [small]
Mufflers ; silencers
Heat collectors; Exhaust heat recovery devises
Braking system products
Brake discs for motorcycles
Motor system products
Traction motor cores
Aluminum magnet plates
|Dec. 1976||Established Press Giken Kogyo Co., Ltd. in Yutakacho, Hamamatsu-shi, Shizuoka Pref. to manufacture and sell automotive parts.|
|May 1977||Started production of automotive parts for Honda.|
|Aug. 1979||Started production of catalytic converters for automobiles.|
|Aug. 1981||Introduced high-frequency hot press molding equipment to enhance precision and quality in manufacture of brake discs for motorcycles.|
|Apr. 1982||Established the No. 2 Factory at Yutaka Factory (currently Yutaka Plant) to expand the die and machinery division.|
|Sep. 1982||Started production of AT torque converters for automobiles.|
|Jul. 1985||Opened the Tochigi Technology Center (currently the Tochigi Technology Research Center) in Kitsuregawacho, Shioya-gun to improve the organization of R&D.|
|Nov. 1986||Merged with Takaoka Giken Kogyo Co., Ltd. and changed the Company name to Yutaka Giken Co., Ltd.|
|Nov. 1996||Entered into a parts transaction agreement with Isuzu, and began business|
|Oct. 1997||Listed on the Japan Securities Association OTC market.|
|Nov. 1997||Established the Keroyama plant in Keroyamacho, Iruma-gun, Saitama Pref.|
|Dec. 1997||Reached 10 million unit production level for power-train AT torque converters.|
|Feb. 1999||Established South Carolina Yutaka Technologies, Inc. in South Carolina, USA (obtained all issued stock via Cardington Yutaka Technologies, Inc.). Currently a consolidated subsidiary.|
|Mar. 1999||Obtained ISO9002 and ISO14001certification at all locations.|
|Oct. 2000||Added new production line (the third one) at Cardington Yutaka Technologies, Inc, a subsidiary production company located in Ohio, USA, with the investment of 700 million yen.
Order increase is expected due to Honda RV sales success. Plan to increase production by 150%, to 4,500 units per day.
|Nov. 2000||Received order from Isuzu to supply DPFs for diesel automobiles.
Supplied enough to cover monthly production rate of 200 cars in April 2000. FY2000 sales were just short of 100 million yen.
|Mar. 2001||Established under the equity method, Tata Yutaka Autocomp (Private), Ltd. (a local affiliate) in Pune, Maharashtra, India as a joint venture with Tata Autocomp Systems, Ltd.|
|Apr. 2001||Established "Tata Yutaka Autocomp" in Western India, a joint venture. Produces 20,000 catalytic parts and mufflers (silencers) per year. Supplies local manufacturers and the Honda India Plant.
Investment capital was 130 million yen, shared equally with Tata Yutaka Autocomp" Systems of India. Sales target for FY2002 is set at 200 million yen.
|Dec. 2001||Established Yutaka Do Brazil, Ltda. in San Paulo, Brazil.|
|Jul. 2002||Took an additional stake in Foshan Quanhui Automobile Parts Co., Ltd., in Foshan, China and changed the trade name of the company to Foshan Fengfu Auto Co., Ltd. in April 2003.|
|Aug. 2002||Established YS Tech (Thailand) Co., Ltd., a joint venture with its affiliated company, Shinnichi Kogyo.|
|Nov. 2003||Increased its investments in UYS Ltd. and thereby made it into a consolidated subsidiary.|
|Aug. 2004||Established Foshan Yutaka Auto Parts Co., Ltd., a consolidated subsidiary, in Foshan, China.|
|Dec. 2004||Cancelled its registration with the Japan Securities Dealers Association for over-the-counter trading and listed its shares on the JASDAC Stock Exchange.|
|Mar. 2005||Established Wuham Jin Feng Autoparts Co., Ltd. in Wuhan, China, which is a joint venture with Chongqing Jinlun Industry Co., Ltd.|
|Feb. 2006||Closed the Moroyama Plant and transferred production to the Ranzan Plant in Hiki, Saitama, Japan.|
|Aug. 2006||Dissolved a joint venture contract with Tata Autocomp Systems, Ltd., and made Tata Yutaka Autocomp Limited a wholly owned subsidiary of the Company; the subsidiary is now called Yutaka Autoparts Pune Ltd.|
|Sep. 2006||Tata Yutaka Autocomp Limited adopted a new name, Yutaka Autoparts Pune Ltd.|
|Dec. 2006||The Company established Alabama Cullman Yutaka Technologies, Limited Liability Company in Alabama, U.S.A.|
|Mar. 2007||The Company established Yutaka Autoparts India Private Limited in Haryana, Gurgaon, India.|
|May, 2007||Shut down Suzuka Plant and moved to Mie Plant located in the Science City in Tsu City, Mie prefecture.|
|Mar. 2008||Acquired more shares of Shinnichi Kogyo located in Gamagori city, Aichi prefecture, and made it a consolidated subsidiary.|
|Jun. 2008||Won a supply agreement from Suzuki Motor Corporation and started supplying its products to the auto manufacturer.|
|Jan. 2011||Transferred all share of stock it had had in Yutaka Autoparts Pune Ltd. to Faurecia Emission Control Technologies India Private Limited.|
|Mar. 2012||Transferred all of its shares in Chongqing Jinfeng Mechanical Co., Ltd. to Chongqing Jinlun Industry Co., Ltd. (China).|
|Mar. 2012||Established Yutaka Technologies de Mexico S.A. de C.V. in Guanajuato, Mexico.|
|Jun. 2013||Closed Takaoka Mfg. Co., Ltd.|
|Jun. 2014||Liquidated South Carolina Yutaka Technologies Inc.|
|Sep. 2016||Transferred a part of the shareholding in FOSHAN YUTAKA AUTO PARTS CO., LTD. (currently a consolidated subsidiary), China to Shinnichi Kogyo Co., Ltd. (currently a consolidated subsidiary), turning it into a joint venture.|
|Sep. 2017||Foshan Yutaka Auto Parts Co., Ltd. (currently a consolidated subsidiary) became the transferee of a part of the shareholding in Foshan Fengfu Autoparts Co., Ltd. (currently a consolidated subsidiary) located in Foshan, China.|
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