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Amada Co

 

Amada Co

Amada Co,. Ltd.
Type Public TYO: 6113
Industry Manufacturing
Founded May 1948
Headquarters Kanagawa, Japan
Products Metal Working Machines
Revenue €2.1 billion (2013)[1]
Employees 7,678 (2013)
Website amada.co.jp

Amada Co,. Ltd. (株式会社アマダ Kabushiki-gaisha Amada) is a large Japanese manufacturer of metal processing equipment & machinery based in Kanagawa The company is headed by Mitsuo Okamoto.[2] The company manufactures metal cutting, forming, shearing, and punching machines. The Company also develops factory automation systems and electronic equipment in addition to machine tools. Amada's products are used in fields such as the auto, computer, camera, and electric appliance industries.[3][4] [5]

History

The company was incorporated in 1948. The company stocks are listed in Tokyo and Osaka Stock Exchanges.

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In March 2013, Amada Co completed an approved takeover of Miyachi Corporation (MHC), making Miyachi America a consolidated subsidiary.

Citations

  1. ^ http://www.amada.co.jp/english/ir/document/2013.html
  2. ^ Greetings
  3. ^ US Industry Today - Amada America, Inc. - Metal Working
  4. ^ Amada Group Settles Securities Fraud Case Against Two HSBC Units for $88.5 Million | Business Wire | Find Articles at BNET
  5. ^ The Hindu Business Line : Amada moves software unit to Chennai, Shanghai
  6. ^ Nikkei info
  7. ^ TOKYO STOCK EXCHANGE Listed company search

External links

(English) Official website

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