News - February 4, 2019

NTN acquired a forged ring manufacturer

NTN announced that it would acquire all outstanding shares of Hakui Maruzen, which manufactures forged rings such as the construction machines on October 1, 2018.

Hakui Maruzen became a wholly owned subsidiary. NTN aims to strengthen the competitiveness of bearings for industrial machinery by making the integrated production system of bearings only in Noto district, Ishikawa Prefecture where the manufacturing subsidiary NTN Hakui is located.

Hakui Maruzen has high technology and manufactures a forged ring with excellent dimensional accuracy by utilizing its own rolling mill equipment and molds.

Source:SEISANZAI MARKETING Magazine November issue

This article was translated by “T-4OO”.

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