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Mikuni (company)

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Mikuni (company)

Mikuni Corporation
Kabushiki-gaisha Mikuni
Public Listed Company
(TYO: 7247)
Industry Manufacturing
Founded 1 October 1923
Headquarters Tokyo, Japan
Key people
Chairman: Masaki Ikuta
President: Hisataka Ikuta
Products Automobile parts
Fuel injectors
Aircraft parts
Mikuni carburettor BS 36 SS from a Suzuki motorcycle

Mikuni Corporation (株式会社ミクニ Kabushiki-gaisha Mikuni) is a leading Japanese carburettor manufacturing company that was founded in 1923 and incorporated in 1948.[1] Their business activities are centred on carburettors, fuel injectors and other automobile related equipment. The operations are carried through the following divisions: Automobile-related, Living and Environment related goods and Sale of imported goods.[2]

Company background

Since 1960, Mikuni are best known for their licensed copies of Solex carburettors that were used on many performance Japanese cars. Today, Mikuni also has a solid business foundation in Southeast Asia especially in Thailand and Indonesia. This is because many major motorcycle manufacturers such as Yamaha, Suzuki, Hyosung Motors & Machinery Inc., TVS Motor Company and Honda use Mikuni carburettors in scooters and mopeds.

Notes and references

  1. ^ Mikuni: Company History History of Mikuni
  2. ^ Wright Reports: Company Profile Report Mikuni Company Profile

External links

  • Official website
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