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JTEKT Corporation
Founded January 2006 merger of Koyo Seiko Co. and Toyoda Machinery USA
Headquarters Osaka, Japan
Products Steering Systems, Driveline Components, Machine tools, Home accessories, & Ball & Roller Bearings
Number of employees
40,756 (Consolidated) 10,563 (Nonconsolidated)
Parent Toyota Group

JTEKT Corporation TYO: 6473.T is a Japanese multibillion corporation created on January 2006 upon the merger of two companies: Koyo Seiko Co. and Toyoda Machine Works.

Toyoda Machine Works, now referred to as Toyoda Machinery USA operates out of Arlington Heights, IL and the Automotive Products division operates out of Wixom, MI.


  • Business Areas 1
  • JTEKT North America 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Business Areas

  • Bearings (KOYO)
  • Driveline Components (JTEKT)
  • Machine Tools (TOYODA)
  • Steering Products (JTEKT)

JTEKT North America

JTEKT North America is a separate legal entity headed by COO Ken Hopkins who reports to the CEO. There are several locations of operations throughout the United States, Canada, and Mexico.

In 2009, JTEKT NA purchased the needle bearing business (automotive bearings) from Timken.[1] The needle roller bearing business was a part of the Torrington Company which Timken purchased in 2003. JTEKT gained five manufacturing locations along with a technical center and a business office in North America, as well as eight other locations worldwide.


Technical Centers

Manufacturing Locations


  1. ^

JTEKT Sona India

External links

  • Official website

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