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On February 5-6 Koyo participated with a representative booth at Ditzinger’s DITEC fair in Braunschweig. This was an excellent opportunity to meet with industry representatives, students and experts and the Ditzinger team focussing on MRO (Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul) requirements for all types of manufacturing industries in Northern Germany and other regions. The cut-open Audi DL382-7Q transmission, which includes several Koyo bearings and a JTEKT/Torsen LSD (Limited Slip Differential) attracted a lot of attention.
The price increase for Koyo bearings will be effective as of the 1st of April 2020:
2,9% (flat increase) for all main series
Should you have any question please contact your usual Koyo business representative.
The next Koyo European Distributor Convention, which normally takes place every two years and which was held for the last time in Sevilla in 2018, will be moved ahead one year to take advantage of the memorable fact that Koyo was founded in 1921, which makes 2021 the 100 year anniversary of Koyo
This glorious year for Koyo, which will be appropriately celebrated globally, will provide an excellent opportunity to organize a special European Distributor Convention, focusing on the long Koyo history and the achievements reached so far. Details of the 100 years Anniversary 2021 Convention, which will most probably be held in the month of May, will be informed in due time.
On February 5-6, 2020, JTEKT will be proud to participate to the Ditzinger’s DITEC fair for the 5th time. JTEKT, representing it’s Koyo bearing brand, will be one of around 60 participants to the DITEC fair, that focusses on MRO (Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul) requirements for all types of manufacturing industries in Northern Germany and other regions.
JTEKT Corporation has 61 plants in total (steering products, driveline components, bearings and machine tools) located all over the world. For our Koyo bearings we have the following number of plants.
Japan: 5 plants
Asia & Oceania: 8 plants
Europe: 7 plants
North & South America: 1 plant