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Electrical Equipment

Company Overview of Nippon Kouatsu Electric Co.,Ltd.

Company Overview

Nippon Kouatsu Electric Co.,Ltd. manufactures high voltage electric transmission and distribution equipment for electric power utilities, railway companies, electric companies, and electric material shops in Japan. It offers switchgears, such as gas and air manual/automatic overhead switches, and gas and vacuum padmount switches; lightning protection equipment, such as blocks, power distribution lines, and LV power sources; and fault locating systems, which include mobile and manual ground-fault detectors, and fault indicators. Nippon Kouatsu Electric Co.,Ltd. was founded in 1956 and is based in Obu, Japan with a branch location in Beijing, China. It has a factory in Shenzhen, China; and Han...

8-288 Hiiragiyama

Obu,  474-0053

Japan

Founded in 1956

Phone:

81 562 47 1252

Fax:

81 562 46 1185

Key Executives for Nippon Kouatsu Electric Co.,Ltd.

President
Age: 54
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

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