Company Overview

Company Overview

About Hitachi Astemo Americas, Inc.

Name Hitachi Astemo Americas, Inc.
Business Development, manufacture, sales and services of automotive components, etc.
Representative Paul Carroll, President & CEO
Established April 1, 2021 (originally began in the US in 1974 as Automotive Division of Hitachi America, Ltd.)
Headquarters 34500 Grand River Avenue, Farmington Hills, Michigan 48335
Registered Head Office 955 Warwick Road, Harrodsburg, Kentucky 40330
 
Ohio
Wisconsin
California
 
Sunbury
Blanchester
Columbs
Wauwatosa
Corona
 
4 Wheels & support office divisions
4 wheel divisions
R&D Divison(SRD-0)
Steering Division
Rickenback er Global logistics Distribution center
R&D Divison(SRD-0)
Showa Technical Services
Opened
April 1994
August 1997
March 2005
June 1989
June 2015
January 2014
January 1981
Size(sq.ft)
185,300
37,664
26000
280,000
304,560
3,200
7,517

Our company history

(S) = Sunbury Location   (B) = Blanchester Location

  • 2021

    Hitachi Automotive Systems, Keihin, Showa and Nissin Kogyo conclude management integration and establishes Hitachi Astemo

    2021
  • 2020

    -  Announces management integration with Keihin, Showa and Nissin

    -  Acquires seneos to reinforce front-end engineering capabilities

    -  Establishes new company for electric vehicle motors, Hitachi Automotive Electric Motor Systems America​

    2020
  • 2019

    Acquires Chassis Brakes International, aiming to create a platform for advanced safety system​

    2019
  • 2017

    Establishes a joint venture company for electric vehicle motors, ​Hitachi Automotive Electric Motor Systems​

    2017
  • 2016

    - Established Hitachi Automotive Systems Americas, Silicon Valley Advanced Research Office in California, US

    - Established Hitachi Automotive Systems Americas, sales office in Ohio, US

    - Chassis Brakes International established in Queretaro, Mexico

    2016
  • 2015

    -  Hitachi Automotive Systems San Juan del Rio established in Queretaro, Mexico

    -  Merged Hitachi Automotive Systems Queretaro and Hitachi Automotive Systems Mexico and named Hitachi Automotive Systems Mexico

    2015
  • 2012

    -  Hitachi Automotive Systems Queretaro established in Queretaro, Mexico

    -  Keihin established in San Luis Potosi, Mexico

    -  Showa established in Guanajuato, Mexico

    -  Nissin established in Guanajuato, Mexico

    -  Acquires all shares of Germany-based HUECO Automotive​

    2012
  • 2011

    -  Hitachi Automotive Products, Unisia of Georgia, and Tokiko was consolidated in the US then renamed Hitachi Automotive Systems Americas, Inc. to be a regional HQ in the Americas

    -  Chassis Brakes International established in Sao Paulo, Brazil

    -  Regional Headquarters (RHQs) are established in four overseas regions: the Americas, Europe, China, and Asia​

    2011
  • 2009

    Hitachi spins off to form Hitachi Automotive Systems​

    2009
  • 2004

    TOKICO and Hitachi Unisia Automotive merged with Hitachi​

    2004
  • 2002

    Invests additional capital into Unisia Jecs Corporation, making it a wholly owned ​subsidiary, and changes company name to Hitachi Unisia Automotive​

    2002
  • 2000

    - Keihin established in Amazonas, Brazil

    - Findlex Georgia Corp. (now Hitachi Astemo Rock Spring, Inc.) established in US

    2000
  • 1999

    Capitalizes 16.7% of the stock of Unisia Jecs​

    1999
  • 1998

    Showa established in Ontario, Canada

    1998
  • 1997

    - Keihin Seiki Manufacturing, Hadsys and e-Giken ​merged and established Keihin Corporation​

    - Unisia of Georgia Corporation established in Georgia, US

    - Nissin established in Amazonas, Brazil

    1997
  • 1994

    Merger of Sunbury Component Industries & Former Cincinnati Milicron to form American Showa, Inc.

    1994
  • 1993

    - Atsugi Unisia merged with Nihon Denshi Kiki to form Unisia Jecs​

    - Renamed as SHOWA after the merger with Seikigiken Kogyo​

    1993
  • 1989

    Atsugi Automotive Parts changes its company name to Atsugi Unisia​

    1989
  • 1988

    - Keihin established in Indiana, US

    - Nissin established in Ohio, US

    - Former Cincinnati Milicron Blanchester plant established

    1988
  • 1987

    TOKICO US established in Kentucky, US

    1987
  • 1986

    - Hitachi Automotive Products Farmington Hills Technical Center established in Michigan, US

    - Showa established in Ohio, US

    - Sunbury Component Industries, Sunbury plant established

    1986
  • 1985

    Hitachi Automotive Products established in Kentucky, US

    1985
  • 1981

    Showa established in Amazonas, Brazil

    1981
  • 1979

    "Atsugi Mexicana* established in Federal District, Mexico

     *Name has been changed to 1) Unisia Mexicana in 2004, then 2) Hitachi Automotive Systems Mexico in 2014"

    1979
  • 1978

    Local subsidiary established in Brazil​

    1978
  • 1974

    Started business in the US as Automotive Division of Hitachi America, Ltd.

    1974
  • 1973

    Nihon Denshi Kiki is established​

    1973
  • 1968

    Sawa Plant is established​

    1968
  • 1965

    Tokyo Kiki Kogyo changes its company name to TOKICO​

    1965
  • 1964

    Hitachi establishes the Automotive Products Division​

    1964
  • 1956

    - Atsugi Automotive Parts is established​​

    - Keihin Seiki is founded​

    1956
  • 1953

    Nissin Kogyo is established​

    1953
  • 1946

    Showa Aircraft Precision Works renames as Showa Manufacturing ​

    1946
  • 1938

    - Tokyo Kiki Kogyo becomes a subsidiary of Hitachi

    ​- Showa Aircraft Precision Works is established​

    1938
  • 1937

    Tokyo Kiki Kogyo is established​

    1937
  • 1930

    Hitachi advances into domestic production of automotive electric parts​

    1930