A team consisting of Japanese and Austrian engineers develops and manufactures highly automated production facilities to turn out coil windings for electric engines, miniature loudspeakers, sensors, antennas, electronic components and much more, as well as further processing them to make end products we need on a daily basis – from electronic toothbrushes to electronic door locks, from electric bicycles to motor vehicles, from printers to smart phones.
“The growing demand for electric motors used in electric bicycles, applications in motor vehicles and in home automation led Nittoku to invest in its European business. A large number of the development centers of our customers are located in Europe. Nittoku can now serve them more effectively due to the fact that there are no longer any language barriers, and the time difference is eliminated in our daily customer communications work“, said Nittoku Europe GmbH Managing Director Richard Werkl.
Nittoku Engineering ranks among the top 100 Japanese technological niche players, with annual revenue of EUR 153.4 million and 630 employees around the world.