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TAKAMISAWA CYBERNETICS COMPANY,LTD.

about this company

Address:

2-48-5 Chuo, Nakano-ku, Tokyo

Phone Number:

03-3227-3361

Fax Number:

03-3227-3391

Company Contact Email:

soumu@tacy.co.jp

Website:

Japanese :  www.tacy.co.jp

English   :  www.tacy.co.jp/en/

Employees:

430 (as of April 1, 2022)

Capital:

700.7 million yen

Introduction of your company & business:

Since developing the world's first multi-purpose automatic ticket vending machine, we have expanded our business centered on transportation system equipment. In addition to equipment related to ticket gates such as automatic ticket vending machines, automatic fare adjustment machines, and IC card charging machines, we have recently entered the platform door business. In addition, for the general market, we also handle products in a wide range of fields, such as disaster prevention measurement systems, security systems, and parking systems. For the overseas market, we have developed coin processing equipment that supports 310 denominations in 51 countries around the world. Established a representative office in Shanghai as a base, and expanded its business mainly in China and Southeast Asia.

Mission/Vision:

We will continue to provide the world with products and services related to social infrastructure based on our management philosophy of aiming to be an indispensable company in the world.

History:

1969  Established Takamisawa Cybernetics Co., Ltd. in Oyama, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo.

At the same time, opened the Osaka office as a sales office and started selling automatic ticket vending machines.Later moved the head office to Nishiokubo, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo.

1970 Moved the head office to Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo.

1978 Established the Nagano First Factory in Usuda-cho, Minamisaku-gun, Nagano (now Saku-shi, Nagano).

1981    Opened Nagano sales office.

1983 Opened Nagoya Sales Office.

1987 Opened Fukuoka sales office.

1988   Established the Nagano No. 3 Factory in Usuda-cho, Minamisaku-gun, Nagano (currently Saku-shi, Nagano).

1993   Relocated the head office to Chuo, Nakano-ku, Tokyo.

1995 Made Takamisawa Mex Co., Ltd. a wholly owned subsidiary.

1996   Opened Takasaki Sales Office.

Established a technical building on the premises of Nagano No. 3 Factory as a base for research and development.

2003   Acquired ISO 14001 certification, an international standard for environmental management systems

2004 Listed on JASDAQ stock exchange

2006 Acquired ISO 9001 certification, an international standard for quality management systems

2010 Opened Shanghai Representative Office

2013    Listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange JASDAQ (Standard).

2015 Established Takamisawa Solutions Co., Ltd. as a wholly owned subsidiary.

2017 Installed a new building on the premises of Nagano No. 3 Factory.

2020   Listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange Standard Market.

 

Key Products or Services:

Ticket Vending Machine/Payment Machine

IC card charging/vending machine

Platform door system

Parking system

Security system/Security gate

Disaster prevention measurement system

Card vending machine

Coin/banknote validator

Factory Equipment:

Nagano First Factory

Nagano Second Factory

Nagano 3rd Factory/Technical Building

Company Goals & Objectives:

“Takamisawa Cybernetics' corporate philosophy is to be a company that creates machines that are indispensable to the world.”