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Corporate Name NGK Fine Molds, Inc.
Date Established April 1, 1978
Paid-in Capital 187 million yen (wholly owned by NGK Insulators, Ltd.)
Plant Scale Site area: Approx. 24,037 m²; building floor area: 12,000 m²
Headquarters 4-5-6, Minato-machi, Handa-shi, Aichi 475-0823, Japan
Business Overview As the core company of the NGK Insulators Group's mold business, NGK Fine Molds primarily manufactures and sells molds for plastic injection and for tires and sells mold bases and other mold-related products. NGK Fine Molds is also active in global markets with its advanced technologies and worldwide network.
Main Business Partners Aisin Seiki Co., Ltd., Kasai Kogyo Co., Ltd., Gifu Seiki Kogyo Co., Ltd., Sanyo Machine Works, Ltd., Sanwa Industry Co., Ltd., Shinkokiki Co., Ltd., Shimizu Industry Co., Ltd., Sumitomo Rubber Industries, Ltd., Sumitomo Precision Products Co., Ltd., Suiryoplastics Co., Ltd., Suruga Engineering Inc., Daikin Industries, Ltd., TS Tech Co., Ltd., Toyota Boshoku Corporation, Toyoda Gosei Co., Ltd., Tokai Rika Co., Ltd., Toyo Tire Corporation, Toyota Tsusho Corporation, Toyota Industries Corporation, Toto Ltd., Bridgestone Corporation, Brother Industries, Ltd., Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Muto Seiko Co., Moriroku Technology Company, Ltd., Yazaki Kako Corporation, LIXIL Group Corporation, and others


1958 NGK Insulators successfully produces beryllium copper alloy material for the first time in Japan; begins manufacturing and selling Bealon molds that make use of the excellent characteristics of the alloy.
1978 NGK Insulators spins off the sales department from the mold business division and establishes sales subsidiaries in Tokyo, Osaka, and Nagoya.
1985 NGK Insulators spins off the die design and manufacturing departments from the mold business division and establishes NGK Molds, Inc.
1987 NGK Insulators merges the sales subsidiaries in Tokyo, Osaka, and Nagoya to establish NGK Bealon Inc.
1996 NGK Insulators merges NGK Bealon, Inc. and NGK Molds, Inc. to establish NGK Fine Molds, Inc.
2015 NGK Insulators moves the foundry from the Chita Site to the Headquarters Plant.

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