overviewMinebea Co., Ltd (ミネベア株式会社, Minebea Kabushiki-gaisha) or NMB (Nippon Miniature Bearing) is a Japanese multinational corporation and a major manufacturer of machinery parts and electronic devices. International Asian companies account for 80% of Minebea's production and 50% of its sales.
As of 31 March 2013, the Company has 43 consolidated subsidiaries, 31 production facilities and 43 sales offices. NMB (USA) Inc. is an American holding company that manages Minebea's American subsidiaries.
Minebea shares are listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, the Osaka Stock Exchange and the Nagoya Stock Exchange, and the company is a component of the Nikkei 225 stock index.
Minebea owns the world's largest holdings in 6 product areas, including ball bearings (65%) and pivot assemblies (65%). Leading independent bearing manufacturers in M&A strategy. 1951 Itabashi Ward was founded in Tokyo as a Japan Minnetature Bearing. In 1981, four series of manufacturers were renamed to the current company name. Its owner, Takahashi Takami, is developing an aggressive M&A strategy and growing rapidly, both in Japan and overseas. Over 90% of overseas production based in Southeast Asia is a different company. It is a diverse subsidiary that not only develops 60% of the global market share as miniature bearings, but also develops the electronics and semiconductor business. Head Office Nagano Province Miyota Town, Factory Karuizawa, Omori etc. Beginning 2011 ¥68.2 billion, sales in the fiscal year ending March 2011 were 269.1 billion. The sales composition (%) is processed product 40, rotary device 38, electronic device 15, others 7.