-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's market share of CVTs worldwide is 41%, according to the company's own research. In addition, it is the only transmission supplier in the world to manufacture CVTs for so many models, from minicars to large-size passenger cars.
|-Unlisted Company||(As of Mar. 31, 2017)|
|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"
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
-5-speed ATs for RWD vehicles
-7-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.|
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