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Maruhou Keiki Co., Ltd.
Striving for manufacturing that creates new values
Our company puts quality first in the manufacture and repair of gyro sensors used in attitude control, as well as sensors used in automatic control equipment such as machine tools and elevators, and various measuring instruments. We deliver high-precision, high-quality, and high-reliability products to users in Japan and around the world.
- About our business, products, and technologies
Business description and characteristics
Our company started by repairing instruments and manufacturing gyros mounted on aircraft and ships. Since then, we have put quality first in the manufacture and repair of position/angle/control sensors used in automatic control equipment, related devices, and various measuring instruments. In recent years, we acquired JISQ9100 certification, a quality standard for aerospace, aiming to expand our business further. We are contributing to the development of local communities by responding to the changes of the time, taking on the challenges of advancing technologies, and considering environmentally friendly manufacturing practice and harmony between people and nature.
Main product/technology outline
Our company is committed to high quality in assembly, wiring, adjustment, and repair of sensors used in automatic control equipment, gyro sensors used in attitude control, and various measuring instruments. Fortunately, for over half a century since its foundation, we have been providing high-precision, high-quality, and high-reliability products to users in Japan and around the world. Further, quality control measures, such as product inspection for quality judgment, adjustments, and reliability tests with various measuring instruments, have been thoroughly implemented, enabling the products to meet the inspection standards set by the customers.
About business matching
Many of the products we handle are special equipment. We have engaged in the repair of instruments mounted on aircraft, helicopters, and ships, as well as the manufacture of various precision instruments and sensors, such as gyro sensors used for attitude control, and encoders used in automatic control equipment (e.g., machining tools, elevators). In recent years, changes in Japan's industrial structure have raised concerns that major manufacturers may offshore their production overseas, hollowing out the domestic industries. We are exploring new possibilities, such as entering new fields that are expected to be next-generation industry, cultivating new customers, and launching new businesses.
- Kanto Head Office, SMRJ