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Based on steady management, Noguchi Seiki Co., Ltd. strives for quality, technology and environmental considerations through cooperation and collaboration that meet demands of the time, aiming to be an international company that contributes to the community through development of business activities.


Name Noguchi Seiki Co., Ltd.

Head office / Higashi-Matsuyama plant
576-1 Shingo, Higashi-Matsuyama city,
Saitama prefecture, 355-0071 Japan
Tel: (+81) 0493-22-0456
Fax: (+81) 0493-23-7060

Nasu plant
187-9 Kumagawa-nishi, Kamigoya-aza, Nasushiobara City,
Tochigi prefecture, 329-3127
Tel: 0287-68-0371
Fax: 0287-68-0365

Representative Toshifumi Kokubun, President/Representative Director
Established April 1, 1951
Legal capital 99 Million Yen (as of February 2018)
Employees 200 employees (average age: 40) as of February 2018
  • Bosch Corporation
  • Robert Bosch GmbH
  • Bosch Limited
  • Denso Corporation
  • Yanmar Co., Ltd.
  • Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.
  • and other domestic/overseas automotive companies.


April 1951 Established as “Noguchi Seisakusho” in Higashi-Matsuyama city, in operation as a supplier to “Diesel Kiki Co.,Ltd.” (the current “Bosch Corporation”) mainly for processing and assembling of fuel-injection pump parts and glow plugs on diesel engines.
November 1988 Establishing of Nasu plant
May 1995 Completion of the second factory building at Nasu plant
December 1997 Merger with two sister companies: Gloria Industry Co.,Ltd. and Tiger Kogyo Ltd.
December 1998 Acquisition of ISO 9002 certification for quality management system at Higashi-Matsuyama plant
December 2000 Acquisition of ISO 14001 certification for environmental management system at both Higashi-Matsuyama plant and Nasu plant
December 2002 Acquisition ISO/TS16949:2002 certification as the first company in Japan at both Higashi-Matsuyama plant and Nasu plant
June 2004 Completion of the third factory building at Nasu plant
November 2009 Relocation of the Head office / Higashi-Matsuyama plant