Nidec Sankyo

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Nidec Sankyo Corporation (日本電産サンキョー株式会社, Nihon Densan Sankyō Kabushikigaisha) is a Japanese music box and electrical component manufacturing company and a member of the Nidec Group. The company was founded as Sankyo Seiki Manufacturing in 1946; Nidec Corporation became the majority shareholder of the company in 2003.[1] In fiscal 2013, it had a revenue of more than 9.9 billion yen (US$800 million)[2] from the manufacture of various electronic components.

Nidec Sankyo has had a speed skating club since 1957 and two of its members, Keiichiro Nagashima and Joji Kato, won medals at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics.[3][4]

References

  1. ^ Corporate History
  2. ^ Corporate Directory
  3. ^ 日本電産社長「スピードスケート界、力結集の時期」 (Nidec Sankyo President: "time for the speed skating world to gather its strength")
  4. ^ Athlete Profiles - Nidec Sankyo Speed Skating Team

External links

  • Official website
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