JFE Advantech Co., Ltd.
November 14, 1973
Spin-off from Kawasaki Steel (JFE Steel Corporation) as a subsidiary
JPY 319.5 million yen
3-48 Takahata-cho, Nishinomiya, Hyogo 663-8202, Japan
The number of employees
Approx. Six billion yen
ISO 9001 Certified
Design, development, manufacturing, sales , and other incidental services (delivery coordination, on-site construction, on-site adjustment, inspection, repair) of Water level detectors, Machine Diagnosis Instruments, Thickness gauges, Hardness tester, Weighing systems, Ocean and River instruments.,
Products and Services
Water Environment Measuring Instruments
Submerged level detectors, Ultrasonic pulse coherent flowmeters, Sludge density meters, Optical dissolved oxygen meters, UV meters, NADH meters
Ocean and River Instruments
CTDs, comprehensive water quality meters, salinity meters, DO meters, chlorophyll meters, turbidity meters, electromagnetic flow velocity meters, ultrasonic river flowmeters (ATENAS flow measurement systems)
Measuring and Diagnosis
CMS (Condition Monitoring System), Machine diagnosis instruments, Vibrometers, Insulation Deterioration detector,
Corona discharge checker, Gas/Air leak viewer, Ultrasonic thickness gauges and Hardness tester
Weighing systems, Load cells, Truck scales, Crane scales
Belt Conveyor scales, Constant feeders, Specialized scales
Steel Works in Takamatsu branch plant of Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd. begins production of weighing devices.
Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd. begins production of thermal control gauges.
Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd. spins off its Steel Works Section as Kawasaki Steel Corporation, an independent company. Kawasaki Steel Corporation inherits the thermal control gauges section from Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd. and starts production of thermal control gauges factory.
Merger of The Fukiai Factory's Gauge Production Department and the Hyogo Factory's Weight Measurement Production Department to create the Measuring and Weighing Instruments Production Works in Kobe's Fukiai Ward.
The Measuring and Weighing Instruments Production Works relocates to 3-48 Takahatacho in Nishinomiya city.
Kawatetsu Metrological Equipment and Vending-machine Co., Ltd. founded as a subsidiary company- a spin-off of The Measuring and Weighing Instruments Production Works Section of Kawasaki Steel Corporation.
Fukuoka Sales Office opens.
Nagoya Sales Office opens.
The company changes its name to Kawatetsu Advantech Co., Ltd.
Sendai Sales Office opens.
Okayama Sales Office opens.
Acquisition of ISO 9001 Certification.
Approved as a Designated Manufacturing Business Operator under the Measurement Act.
The departmentalization system is adopted.
East Japan Service Center and West Japan Service Center open.
The JFE Group is established. The company becomes a member of the JFE Steel Corporation Group.
The company changes its name to JFE Advantech Co., Ltd.
Tokyo Branch is reorganized as Tokyo Office.
Relocation of Tokyo Office to Kuramae in Taitoku.
Acquires Alec Electronics Co., Ltd. and changes its name to JFE Alec Co., Ltd.
A merger of JFE Advantech Co.,Ltd. and JFE Alec Co., Ltd.
The Product Planning and Development Department and the IT Management Department spun off from the main plant and reorganized as the Product Technology Development Center.