About NPM

Top Message

One of our corporate philosophies is focus on the customer.
In order to follow this philosophy, we must provide the best products of our industry.
It would be against our idea of customer focus to recommend anything of lesser quality.

Since Nippon Pulse Motor's founding in 1952, our core business has been offering superior motion control products.
We will continue to enhance our technologies and ensure our customers receive innovative products of the highest quality.

We will not settle for being anything less than number one,
and I believe this is what differentiates our exceptional service from ordinary customer satisfaction.

President and CEO, Matsutoshi Masuda

Company Overview

Company Profile

Company name Nippon Pulse Motor Co., Ltd.
Company founded May 1, 1952
President & CEO Matsutoshi Masuda
Head office address 2-16-13 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, 113-0033, Japan
TEL : +81-3-3813-8841
FAX : +81-3-3813-8550
Capital 100 Million Yen
Yearly sales 5,037 Million Yen as of April 2024 (non-consolidation)
Number of employees 152
Main business
  1. Manufacture and sales of precision small motors, drivers, controllers, and electronic components.
  2. Design, manufacture and sales of automated devices, machines and systems.
  3. Export of above mentioned electrical and electronic devices, and import and sales of related products.
Main banks Mizuho Bank, MUFG Bank, Resona Bank, Shoko Chukin Bank, Japan Finance Corporation, Kiraboshi Bank


May 1952 Established as Yoshizawa Seiki Kogyo Co., Ltd. in Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo.
Mar 1962 Established subsidiary, Nippon Pulse Motor Co., Ltd.
Nov 1963 New Yamato Factory established (presently Techno Center).
Jul 1971 Opened sales office in Osaka City, Osaka.
Sep 1972 Merged with subsidiary Nippon Pulse Motor Co. Ltd and retained subsidiary's name.
Aug 1975 Established subsidiary, Nippon Pulse Motor Co., Ltd. Iwaki Factory in Iwakimachi, Nakatsugaru-gun, Aomori (presently Hirosaki City).
Dec 1981 Merged with subsidiary, Nippon Pulse Motor Co., Ltd. Iwaki Factory.
Mar 1999 Iwaki Factory acquired ISO 9002 certification.
Oct 2000 Head office and Yamato Factory acquired ISO 9001 certification.
Oct 2002 Established subsidiary, Nippon Pulse America, Inc. (NPA) in Virginia, U.S.A.
Jun 2003 Established subsidiary, Nippon Pulse Hong Kong Ltd. in Hong Kong for production rationalization and new product manufacturing.
Nov 2005 Dongguan Factory established in Dongguan, Guangdong Province, China. Mass production of stepping motors started.
Apr 2006 Head office, Techno Center and Iwaki Factory acquired ISO 14001 certification.
Sep 2007 Established subsidiary, Nippon Pulse Shanghai Co., Ltd. (NPMS) in Shanghai, China.
Feb 2010 Established subsidiary, NPM KOREA Co., Ltd. (NPMK) in Gyeonggi-do, Korea.
Feb 2010 Constructed new Techno Center building (Sakuragaoka, Higashiyamato City, Tokyo).
Apr 2010 Constructed new Head Office building (Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo).
Sep 2010 Established subsidiary, NPM High Technologies Co., Ltd. (NPMHT) in Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo.
Dec 2010 Established the Dongguan Factory as a local subsidiary, Pulse Electronics (Dongguan) Co., Ltd. (NPC).
Jul 2011 Established subsidiary, Nippon Pulse Tec Philippines Inc. (NPTEC) in Rosario, Philippines.
Jul 2013 Established subsidiary, Nippon Pulse Asia Trading Ltd. (NPAT) in Hong Kong, China.
Feb 2015 NPAT opened office in Penang, Malaysia.
Dec 2018 GMC Hillstone Co., Ltd. became a NPM group company.
Jan 2019 NPAT opened an office in Taipei, Taiwan.
May 2019 Established the Capital alliance with Changzhou Prostepper Co., Ltd.
May 2021 Established the Capital alliance with KSJ Co., Ltd.
Feb 2023 NAKATSU MFG. Co., Ltd. became a NPM group company.