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AMADA Kabushiki-gaisha - Used machinery at Surplex


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  1. AMADA Kabushiki-gaisha
  2. The History of AMADA
  3. Products from AMADA
  4. The Company in Numbers
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  • Name: AMADA
  • Employees: 1188
  • Headquarters: Kanagwa, Japan
  • Website: www.AMADAmt.com

AMADA Kabushiki-gaisha

AMADA is a manufacturing and development company whose line of business entails the production and sale of machine tools and band saw blades for metal working. The business is listed in the Tokyo Stock Exchange with Mizuho Bank Ltd, the AMADA Foundation, Nippon Life Insurance Company and the Master Trust Bank of Japan Ltd as the key shareholders.

The History of AMADA

AMADA was instituted in 1948 following the setting up of Wasino Kogyo Co Ltd in the 1930s. As Wasino Kogyo, the company introduced its first conventional lathe in 1937 and by 1939, it had already built a factory for lathe production. In the 1940s, AMADA launched a profile grinder before releasing a conventional engine lathe in 1954. The band saw blades, the surface grinder and the drilling machines followed in the period between 1960 and 2000. Currently, the company has a plant based in Toki-shi where machine tools are manufactured. To speed up opportunities for investment, the company has set up numerous sales offices in North and South America, China and East Asia, Africa and Europe.

Products from AMADA

The metal cutting band saw models provided by AMADA include the CMB series, PCSAW-Series, Gemini802, and the SA series. Available band saw blades consist of the Smartcutend, Protector, Duos, Cobalt8 and AXCELA. For the grinders, there's a general Grinder and the SSR5 among other options. So far, the company has sold more than 200 of its laser cutting machines not only in Japan, but also in the international market. AMADA's most recent innovation, the LCG 3015 AJ, will be made available to the market come March 2014.

The Company in Numbers

To get to where it is now, AMADA established a US-based subsidiary (1987), separated AMADA CO LTD from its sales department to set up AMADA cutting system CO Ltd (1997) and even combined AMADA WASINO CO Ltd (machine tools) with AMADA Cutting Ltd (cutting machines) in 2009. The company currently has technical centers in the United States, Europe, Thailand, and Toki works in Toki-shi, Japan. In 2013, through collective efforts of JDSU (USA) and AMADA, the ENSIS 3015AJ, a cutting system with an advanced laser technology was unveiled. This followed the launching of the first laser cutting machine FOL 3015 AJ in 2010, through collaborative efforts. With the rapid development in fiber laser technology, the company intends to take advantage of this to advance future growth.

Used AMADA Horizontal Band Saws
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