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JTEKT donated 500000 yuan to fight the new corona-virus pneumonia

Feb 13 ,2020

JTEKT CORPORATION, the head office of Nagoya, Japan, decided to contribute 500 thousand yuan to the Chinese Red Cross foundation to support the outbreak of pneumonia caused by the new coronavirus in China.

JTEKT attaches great importance to the prevention and control of the epidemic and actively cooperates with relevant departments to do a good job in the management of health and epidemic prevention. At the same time, JTEKT would like to pay high tribute to all the medical staff fighting at the front line of epidemic prevention and control, express deep condolences to those who died in the epidemic, and express heartfelt condolences to all the people affected by the epidemic.

JTEKT hopes to contribute a little to China, and work together with the Chinese people to tide over difficulties and resolutely win this anti epidemic war!


Combining Koyo bearings and TOYODA machine tools,
JTEKT brings a single, challenging spirit to the field of power steering.

JTEKT originally is Koyo Seiko (founded in 1921) and Toyoda Machine Works (founded in 1941).

Koyo Seiko was founded by Zenichiro Ikeda in 1921, for decades it had been developed as a world-class manufacturer of bearings which turn the wheels of industry. In 1960s Koyo Seiko began to develop and produce automotive steerings and was succeeded in developing world's first electric power steering (EPS) and put it into mass production in 1988. This first EPS appeared on Suzuki Cervo, ushering a new era of steering assist by electric power.

Toyoda Machine Works was founded in 1941 as an independent body from the Machine Tools Division of Toyoda Motor Corporation. Now it is known as a machine tool manufacturer excelling in world-leading technologies with customers all over world. Toyoda Machine Works also produced and sold automotive components as steerings and driveline components. Toyoda Machine Works began the production of intelligent torque controlled coupling (ITCC) in 1998 and acquired Torsen Business Division from Bosch Automotive.

Seek to contribute to the happiness of people and the abundance of society
through product manufacturing that wins the trust of society

Since JTEKT was established in January 2006 through the merger of Koyo Seiko (founded in 1921) and Toyoda Machine Works. According to the corporate philosophy "seek to contribute to the happiness of people and the abundance of society through product manufacturing that wins the trust of society", we produce and sell JTEKT automotive components, Koyo bearings and TOYODA machine tools, do our best to provide high-quality products and sincere service for every customer with our suppliers, partners and dealers in China.

Since the establishment of the first manufacturing plant in China in 1995, now there are 25 companies of JTEKT including 1 regional headquarter, 6 bearings manufacturers, 8 automotive components manufacturers, 1 TOYODA machine tool manufacturer, 2 technical centers and 7 JTEKT group affiliated companies. Over 5500 JTEKT’s employees work in China.

Moving forward, we aim to further strengthen our production, sales and technology framework and strive to provide better products and services based on an abundant product line-up and a track record of achievements and trust built up on a global scale.

We are also working to build a company with strong connections to the local community through active participation in various fields, particularly focusing on the environment, welfare and sports in exchanges with local citizens and universities in each area.

In China, For China

As the spirit of “In China, For China” we work together with 25 group-affiliated companies to bring together strengths in production, sales and technology, becoming a valued partner of customers in China and contributing to people’s happiness and an affluent society through manufacturing that wins the trust of society.

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