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Yazaki

Yazaki Corporation (矢崎総業株式会社, Yazaki Sōgyō Kabushiki Kaisha) is a global automotive parts supplier with a focus on wire harnesses, instruments and components such as connectors and terminals. The company's origin and headquarters are in Japan, but in 2011, roughly 90% of its employees were outside the home country.

Yazaki Corporation
Yazaki Corporation's headquarters in Minato, Tokyo, Japan
Native name
矢崎総業株式会社
TypePrivate KK
IndustryAutomotive
Founded(1929; 92 years ago (1929))
FounderSadami Yazaki
Headquarters,
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
Yasuhiko Yazaki
(Chairman)
Shinji Yazaki
(President)
Products
Revenue JPY 1,926.6 billion (FY 2017) (US$ 17.6 billion) (FY 2017)
Number of employees
306,118 people (as of June 2018)
WebsiteOfficial website
Footnotes / references
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Yazaki ranks among the largest worldwide automotive suppliers, ranked 13th by the industry journal Automotive News in 2015.

The company's product lineup includes electrical cables, meter and auto instruments, gas equipment, air-conditioning, and solar-powered systems. As a first tier supplier, Yazaki sells chiefly to auto makers, and, to a lesser extent, electric power, gas, and general construction companies. Yazaki is among the top 100 companies receiving the most US patents.

The Yazaki Group's corporate headquarters are located in the Mita-Kokusai Building (三田国際ビル Mita Kokusai Biru) in Mita, in Minato, Tokyo, Japan. Its main R&D center and its World Headquarters are located in the Y-city compound in Susono, Shizuoka prefecture. The company has its European headquarters in Cologne, Germany and the North American headquarters in Canton, Michigan, United States of America

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Starting as a small Japanese family business selling wiring harnesses for automobiles in 1929, Yazaki Group in 2011 employs more than 192,000 people worldwide, with about 90% of them (171,000) outside Japan. After World War II, Yazaki focused on automotive wire harness production and grew rapidly. Overseas growth increased strongly between 1974 and the 1990s. There were external and internal reasons for this increase. The main external reason was the general trend of Japanese automotive companies to move production abroad to avoid trade sanctions in this period. This strategy change was accompanied by a change of leadership within Yazaki, when the young heir Yasuhiko Yazaki succeeded the founder Sadami Yazaki in 1974, aged only 33. Between 1974 and 1990, overseas sales grew roughly 30 times (from about ¥4 Billion in 1974 to ¥116 Billion), while overseas employees increased tenfold (from 2,922 to 33,703).

Yazaki's business is concentrated in the automotive industry and focuses on three areas: Electrical Distribution Systems (e.g. wire harnesses), Electronics & Instrumentation, and Components. As a first tier supplier, Yazaki interacts directly with car makers such as Toyota, Honda, GM, Ford, Stellantis, Tesla, Subaru, Nissan, Mazda, Jaguar Land Rover, PSA, etc. and coordinates parts of development, sub-component sourcing, testing and assembly.

Yazaki North America Headquarters

Electrical Distribution Systems: Wire harness production is a labor-intensive process and requires high degrees of coordination of and closeness to the car manufacturer. Yazaki is among the global leaders in this area with a market share of close to 30%.

Electronics & Instrumentation: Yazaki provides Instrument Clusters, Display and Clock Modules, Power Distribution Boxes, as well as Body Electronics, Head Up Displays (HUD) and Combi Switches. The company also offers HMI solutions, and system support for Intelligent Electronic, Power & Signal Distribution.

Components: Yazaki develops and produces specialized automotive connectors and terminals.

Every year Yazaki World Headquarters (Yazaki WHQ, located in Y-City, Susono, Japan) conducting two leadership training for all global affiliate plants. 1. YLDS (Yazaki Leadership Development Seminar) - for Junior management people 2. YGLP (Yazaki Global Leadership Seminar) - for senior management people

On January 30, 2012, the US Justice Department announced after two years of investigation that it had discovered part of a massive price fixing scheme in which Denso and Yazaki played a significant role. The conspiracy, which fixed prices and allocated components to such car manufacturers as Toyota and Honda, extended from Michigan to Japan, where it was also under investigation. Denso agreed to pay a fine of $78 million. Yazaki agreed to pay a fine of $470 million, and four Yazaki executives were sentenced to prison and assessed a $20,000 fine each.

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Yazaki
Yazaki Article Talk Language Watch Edit Yazaki Corporation 矢崎総業株式会社 Yazaki Sōgyō Kabushiki Kaisha is a global automotive parts supplier with a focus on wire harnesses instruments and components such as connectors and terminals The company s origin and headquarters are in Japan but in 2011 roughly 90 of its employees were outside the home country Yazaki CorporationYazaki Corporation s headquarters in Minato Tokyo JapanNative name矢崎総業株式会社TypePrivate KKIndustryAutomotiveFounded 1929 92 years ago 1929 FounderSadami YazakiHeadquartersTokyo JapanArea servedWorldwideKey peopleYasuhiko Yazaki Chairman Shinji Yazaki President ProductsAutomotive partsElectric wiresGas equipmentAir conditioning equipmentSolar equipmentWire harnessesRevenueJPY 1 926 6 billion FY 2017 US 17 6 billion FY 2017 Number of employees306 118 people as of June 2018 WebsiteOfficial websiteFootnotes references 1 2 ar html 3 Yazaki ranks among the largest worldwide automotive suppliers ranked 13th by the industry journal Automotive News in 2015 4 The company s product lineup includes electrical cables meter and auto instruments gas equipment air conditioning and solar powered systems As a first tier supplier Yazaki sells chiefly to auto makers and to a lesser extent electric power gas and general construction companies Yazaki is among the top 100 companies receiving the most US patents 5 The Yazaki Group s corporate headquarters are located in the Mita Kokusai Building 三田国際ビル Mita Kokusai Biru in Mita in Minato Tokyo Japan Its main R amp D center and its World Headquarters are located in the Y city compound in Susono Shizuoka prefecture 6 The company has its European headquarters in Cologne Germany and the North American headquarters in Canton Michigan United States of America Contents 1 History and expansion 2 Main business areas 3 Training 4 Price fixing 5 References 6 External linksHistory and expansion EditStarting as a small Japanese family business selling wiring harnesses for automobiles in 1929 Yazaki Group in 2011 employs more than 192 000 people worldwide with about 90 of them 171 000 outside Japan 7 After World War II Yazaki focused on automotive wire harness production and grew rapidly Overseas growth increased strongly between 1974 and the 1990s There were external and internal reasons for this increase The main external reason was the general trend of Japanese automotive companies to move production abroad to avoid trade sanctions in this period 8 This strategy change was accompanied by a change of leadership within Yazaki when the young heir Yasuhiko Yazaki succeeded the founder Sadami Yazaki in 1974 aged only 33 Between 1974 and 1990 overseas sales grew roughly 30 times from about 4 Billion in 1974 to 116 Billion while overseas employees increased tenfold from 2 922 to 33 703 9 Main business areas EditYazaki s business is concentrated in the automotive industry and focuses on three areas Electrical Distribution Systems e g wire harnesses Electronics amp Instrumentation and Components As a first tier supplier Yazaki interacts directly with car makers such as Toyota Honda GM Ford Stellantis Tesla Subaru Nissan Mazda Jaguar Land Rover PSA etc and coordinates parts of development sub component sourcing testing and assembly Yazaki North America Headquarters Electrical Distribution Systems Wire harness production is a labor intensive process and requires high degrees of coordination of and closeness to the car manufacturer Yazaki is among the global leaders in this area with a market share of close to 30 5 9 10 Electronics amp Instrumentation Yazaki provides Instrument Clusters Display and Clock Modules Power Distribution Boxes as well as Body Electronics Head Up Displays HUD and Combi Switches The company also offers HMI solutions and system support for Intelligent Electronic Power amp Signal Distribution 10 Components Yazaki develops and produces specialized automotive connectors and terminals 10 Training EditEvery year Yazaki World Headquarters Yazaki WHQ located in Y City Susono Japan conducting two leadership training for all global affiliate plants 1 YLDS Yazaki Leadership Development Seminar for Junior management people 2 YGLP Yazaki Global Leadership Seminar for senior management peoplePrice fixing EditOn January 30 2012 the US Justice Department announced after two years of investigation that it had discovered part of a massive price fixing scheme in which Denso and Yazaki played a significant role The conspiracy which fixed prices and allocated components to such car manufacturers as Toyota and Honda extended from Michigan to Japan where it was also under investigation Denso agreed to pay a fine of 78 million 11 Yazaki agreed to pay a fine of 470 million and four Yazaki executives were sentenced to prison and assessed a 20 000 fine each 12 References Edit Company Profile in Japanese Yazaki Corporation Retrieved January 22 2019 Annual Report Yazaki Corporation Retrieved January 22 2019 Company Overview Bloomberg L P Retrieved December 23 2015 Top 100 global OEM parts suppliers PDF Automotive News Crain Communications May 23 2017 Retrieved December 24 2015 a b Company Profiles Hoover s Inc Retrieved April 5 2012 Global Network Japan Yazaki Corporation Retrieved June 18 2015 Yazaki Corporation Social amp Environmental Report 2011 PDF Yazaki corporation 2011 Retrieved December 24 2015 Womack James P Jones Daniel T Roos Daniel 1990 The Machine that Changed the World Harper Perennial ISBN 978 1 84737 055 6 a b Ichijo Kazuo 2007 The Yazaki Corporation Article written for the IMD Lombard Odier Darier Hentsch Distinguished Family Business Award 2007 PDF Yazaki Corporation a b c Yazaki Europe Product Overview Homepage Yazaki Corporation Retrieved April 5 2012 U S fines Japanese auto parts suppliers 470 million Japan Times Associated Press February 1 2012 p 1 Two auto parts suppliers fined 548M for price fixing USA Today January 30 2012 Retrieved December 24 2015 External links Edit Japan portal Cars portal Companies portal Yazaki Group website in Japanese Yazaki North America official website in English Yazaki Europe official website in English Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Yazaki amp oldid 1038290519, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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