Tokyo, Japan – In preparation for its 100th anniversary in 2016, NSK Ltd., Tokyo, Japan, is striving to expand its global sales through improved customer satisfaction with the goal of attaining one trillion yen in corporate global sales. To that end, NSK is strengthening its corporate governance and compliance in an effort to build a corporate structure and culture that is commensurate with that of a one-trillion-yen corporation.
NSK is a manufacturer of bearings, automotive products and precision machine components. Back in 1916, it produced the first ball bearings made in Japan. The company currently has manufacturing sites in 64 locations and sales offices in 120 locations throughout the world, with a total of over 28,000 employees. Building upon the mantra of Standardize, Commonize and Commoditize, NSK has moved to implement transparency in its management systems for production, sales, inventory, cost and budgeting in order to improve the efficiency of its operations.
The company has also installed high-performance computer servers capable of processing large amounts of data at high speeds and continues to strive to keep on the cutting edge of information technology (IT) operations through such initiatives as the distribution of smart devices to its executives and associates.
The NSK Group says it is committed to maintaining its position as a responsible parts supplier through the active adoption and application of state-of-the-art IT tools in order to expand its sales, strengthen its business structure and culture, and provide high-quality products in a consistent and steady manner.
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