Profile Corporate Profile Origin of the Company Name Corporate Logo
|Company name||G-TEKT CORPORATION|
|Established||April 1, 2011
(Kikuchi Co., Ltd. was established in November 1953 and Takao Kinzoku Kogyo Co., Ltd. in June 1952)
|Representative||President & CEO Naohiro Takao|
Omiya JP Building 18F
1-11-20, Sakuragi-cho, Omiya-ku, Saitama-city, Saitama 330-0854, Japan
|Stock exchange listing||Prime Market of the Tokyo Stock Exchange|
|Business year||April 1 to March 31 of the following year|
Sales of auto body components, transmission parts, dies and welding equipment
For additional details, please see Board Members and Officers.
|Employees||8,164 (1,183 in Japan)|
For additional details, please see Domestic Network under Business Locations.
For additional details, please see Overseas Subsidiaries under Business Locations.
|Major business partners||
|Auditor||Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu LLC|
Message from the President (p.1—2)（PDF：109KB）
Production Sites in Japan (p.3—4)（PDF：130KB）
Global Network of 20 Sites in 11 Countries (p.5—6）(PDF: 258KB)
Our Auto Body Frame Components support Automobile Manufacturers (p.7—8)（PDF：141KB）
Heavy Gauge Precision Stamp Parts for Thickness-Increasing, Precision, and Rolling Processing (p.9—10)（PDF：117KB）
Origin of the Company Name
Global & Genba (on-site, hands-on)
Kikuchi & Takao (first letters of their last names)
The corporate logo uses two sharp lines to form the G in G-TEKT, symbolizing our commitment to speed of execution and to being a major influence globally through the fusion of our predecessor companies’ technology, knowledge, reliability and strength.
Symbolizes the honesty and reliability of G-TEKT and its employees as well as the commitment to contribute to the future of the environment
Represents the bright, exciting, and active nature of G-TEKT and its employees