Japan (JP)

OpenCorporation rating: 9.71 on 100

Ranking 2018: 1598 on 504 companies

Primary NACE classification:
Manufacture of optical instruments and photographic equipment (2670)

Company description

This company, formerly known as Nippon Kogaku K.K., is engaged in the development, manufacture, and wholesale distribution of camera and optical products. It was founded in 1917. The registered business office of the company is located in Tokyo, Japan.The company offers IC steppers and scanners, and LCD steppers and scanners that are used for manufacturing integrated circuits, liquid crystal panels, and organic electroluminescence panels for LCD TVs, computers, and smartphones. It also provides digital cameras, film cameras, interchangeable lenses, speed lights, sport optics, photographic accessories, and software. In addition, the company offers biological microscopes, industrial microscopes, stereoscopic microscopes, measuring instruments, surveying instruments, and semiconductor inspection equipment. Further, it provides optical glass and LCD photo mask substrates, sport optics products, observation devices for satellites and probes, encoders, and ophthalmic lenses.The company strives to create businesses for the new century that capitalize core competencies.

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