Hachioji, Tokyo, 192-0032 Japan
Tokyo Seimitsu knows that it takes more than a ruler to measure up. The company makes measuring instruments for auto manufacturers used to determine the size, shape, and precision of parts that go into car engines and transmissions. It also makes wafer machines for semiconductor companies that make chips for mobile phones and flat-screen televisions. Operating under the corporate brand ACCRETECH (which combines the idea of "growing together" with "technology"), Tokyo Seimitsu runs more than 30 offices in Japan, with manufacturing facilities in the US, Europe, and Asia. Major shareholders include The Master Trust Bank of Japan, Ltd.,
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