|Company Name||ANZEN MOTOR CAR CO.,LTD.|
|Address||Home office: 1-6-2, Motoakasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo Japan 107-0051
Headquarters: 4-16-25, Shibaura, Minato-ku, Tokyo Japan 108-0023
Tel: +81-3-5441-3411, Fax: +81-3-5441-8810
Branch office: Sapporo, Sendai, Kanto, Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka and Fukuoka
Sales offices: Kushiro, Morioka, Koriyama, Mito, Utsunomiya, Niigata, Chiba, Yokohama, Kanazawa, Shizuoka, Okayama, Hiroshima, Takamatsu, Minamikyushu and Okinawa
Regional office: Takasaki
|International Sales Dept.||
4-16-25, Shibaura, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-0023
|Foundation||May 3, 1918|
Capital Number of shares for issue: 4 million, authorized capital: 200 million yen
|Number of Employees||342 (as of January 16, 2017)|
|Description of Business||
・Machine tools for automobile maintenance
|2019||ANZEN Motor car India was established.|
|2018||ANZEN Motor car celebrated the 100th anniversary.|
|2016||TC-2003 is released, a camera-based alignment system ("truckCam") for large vehicles.|
HLI-2015 is released, the industry's first full-automatic headlight tester with color image processing.
|2014||ANZEN Motor Car Co., Ltd. established from the merger of Hiroshima ANZEN Co., Ltd. and Takamatsu ANZEN Co., Ltd.|
|2013||Celebrated the 95th anniversary of its foundation.|
|2009||ANZEN (Beijing) Imp & Exp Co., Ltd. was established.|
ANZEN Building (22 stories above the ground and one basement) began full operations.
Kanto ANZEN Co., Ltd. set up the Takasaki regional office.
|2006||The company obtained ISO 9001 for the design and manufacturing of automotive inspection equipment.|
The company released ABS testers as combined testers for sideslips, brakes, and speedometers.
Osaka ANZEN Co., Ltd. merged into ANZEN Motor Car Co., Ltd. and became a branch office of the parent.
|2003||HLI-203 is released, the industry's first manual headlight tester based on image processing.|
|2002||The company released the TWPF series offering caterpillar-turning, twin-power lifts.|
|2001||The Beijing office of Nippon ANZEN Motor Car Co., Ltd. was set up.
ANZEN Web, the website of ANZEN Motor Car, was launched.
|2000||The Hiroshima and Takamatsu offices became separate corporate entities as Hiroshima Anzen Co., Ltd. and Takamatsu ANZEN Co., Ltd.
Sanno Park Tower (44 stories above the ground and 3 basement) was completed.
The company released the HLI-2000, a full-automatic headlight tester based on image processing.
HLI-1000 is released, a full-automatic headlight tester based on image processing. It won a good design award at the same time.
|1998||The Hokkaido and Osaka offices became separate corporate entities as Hokkaido ANZEN Co., Ltd. and Osaka ANZEN Co., Ltd.
The headquarters and Tokyo branch office relocated to Shibaura.
|1996||ANZEN Property Co., Ltd. was established.
The Kanto office was spun off from the Tokyo branch office as the Kanto branch office.
|1995||"Maintec" is released, a car maintenance management system.|
|1990||Swat Shop Kanazawa started operations, a workshop specializing for alignments.
The Minamikyushu business office was set up.
|1989||The Chiba business office was set up.
The company released the Auto-D1, a car maintenance management system.
Matsumoto ANZEN Co., Ltd. was established.
|1987||The Anzen Numazu Center opened in Numazu city.
A.A.I. (ANZEN of America, Inc.) was established.
The company released the R-SWAT, an alignment tester for automotive manufacturers.
The company released the AUTO-PRO, a car maintenance management system.
|1986||The Tokyo business office was reorganized as the Tokyo branch office.|
|1980||The company developed rotary and sliding vehicle inspection systems.|
|1979||The Mito regional office (the present Mito business office) was set up.
The company developed the SBT-302, the industry's first brake tester covering a variety of vehicles types from light cars to large-sized vehicles.
|1977||The second ANZEN Building (13 stories above the ground and one basement) was completed next to the ANZEN Building.|
|1976||The Yokohama regional office (the present Yokohama business office) was set up.|
|1975||Sanno Real Estate Co., Ltd. was established.|
|1974||The Kushiro regional office (the present Kushiro business office) was set up.
The company released the ZFA-HL, an automobile-exhaust measurement device.
|1973||The Niigata business office was set up.
The Shizuoka business office was set up.
|1972||The Okinawa regional office (the present Okinawa business office) was set up.
The Morioka regional office (the present Morioka business office) was set up.
The ANZEN Building (11 stories above the ground and one basement) was completed.
The Utsunomiya regional office (the present Utsunomiya business office) was set up.
|1971||The Okayama regional office (the present Okayama business office) was set up.
The company released the SSBT-30FL, Japan's first combined tester for brakes and speedometers.
|1970||TWP-2500 is released, an ANZEN original two-column lift.|
|1969||The Koriyama regional office (the present Koriyama business office) was set up.|
|1968||The Saitama servicing workshop (the present Kanto branch office) was set up in Shiki City, Saitama Prefecture.|
|1967||The Kanazawa business office was set up.|
|1966||The Takamatsu business office was set up.
The Sendai business office (the present Sendai branch office) was set up.
|1965||The Matsumoto business office (the present Matsumoto ANZEN Co., Ltd.) was set up.|
|1961||The Hiroshima business office (the present Hiroshima ANZEN Co., Ltd.) was set up.|
|1960||The machine tool department was spun off from ANZEN Car Body Co., Ltd. and established as ANZEN Jiko Co., Ltd.|
|1959||The Fukuoka regional office (the present Fukuoka branch office) was set up.
The company won the championship for the first time in the championship tournament of corporate ice hockey teams in Tokyo.
|1958||The Sapporo business office (the present Sapporo branch office) was set up.
The company released the SBT-300F, the industry's first brake tester for large vehicles.
|1957||ANZEN Toyopet Co., Ltd. was established to sell domestic cars.|
|1955||ANZEN Motor Car Maintenance Co., Ltd. was established to was spun off maintenance department.|
HLI-1 is released, ANZEN's first headlight tester.
|1950||The company released the model "Lucky", a motorbike.|
|1949||A car maintenance workshop was constructed in Motoakasaka.|
|1948||The company renewed an agent agreement with Chrysler Corporation in the United States to restart selling imported cars.|
|1947||The company signed agency agreements with 20 companies in the United States and Europe for full-scale operations in the automotive maintenance equipment bussiness.|
|1945||The headquarters and the Nagoya branch office buildings, Yoyogi factory, and the Fukagawa factory were destroyed by fire in wartime. The headquarters relocated to Tameike to restart operations in the postwar recovery period.|
|1941||The Yoyogi factory manufactured a portable power pump for refueling aircraft.|
The company made and sold the model Nikko, a purely domestic passenger car, which was later discontinued because of a national policy in wartime.
|1935||The Yoyogi factory manufactured and sold Japan's first automotive maintenance equipment as the Safety brand.|
|1934||The Shibaura factory was constructed in Shibaura (Tokyo) to manufacture truck and bus bodies.|
|1932||The company manufactured and sold the model "ANZEN-Go", a three-wheeler, which was the first original car from ANZEN.|
|1930||Kyoritsu Automobile Manufacturing was established in Tsurumi (Kanagawa Prefecture) to start operations as an assembly shop for all models of Chrysler.
As sole agents of Alemite in the United States and several other companies, the company started importing and selling automotive maintenance equipment.
|1928||Nagoya ANZEN Shokai (the present Nagoya branch office) was established in Aichi prefecture.|
As the sole agent in Japan for Dodge Brothers (the present Chrysler) to start selling Dodge-brand cars.
|1924||As the sole agent for Firestone in the United States, the company started selling tires.|
|1919||Based on a special arrangement with Rising Sun Oil Company (the present Showa Shell Sekiyu K.K.), the company set up Japan's first gas stations (at six locations including Akasakamitsuke). The company also started selling gasoline tickets and began night operations.
The company constructed a factory in Yoyogi to manufacture fire engines, maintenance equipment, and automotive parts.
Tamotsu Nakaya returned from the United States to found the company with 200,000 yen in capital and to import and sell automobiles and their parts.