10 times the price,
100 times the service life.
Nippon Career Industry emerged as a company in Matsuyama, Ehime Prefecture, in October 1970.
Since its inception, the company has sought to grasp the needs of the food industry and consistently produce food processing equipment that exceeds those requirements, developing new technologies in order to meet that goal.
Our first development was an extraordinarily long-lasting chopper plate, the “Permanent PUNA”.
Using the slogan “10 times the price, 100 times the service life”, it was a big hit.
Although it was not our intention at the time, this phrase has perfectly encapsulated our approach, even today.
In other words, we pour all of our research and development capabilities into our products,
and market them at a price that reflects our effort and our confidence in them.
And our customers discover that the benefits of the products far outstrip their price.
That has been, and will continue to be our approach.
Eschewing all compromise in our research and development, we seek to achieve true customer satisfaction.
The history of Nippon Career Industry has witnessed a number of epoch-making products.
Released in 2002, the Bending Slicer A to Z is one such product, and it caused a revolution in slicing within the industry.
This emerged through repeated trial and error in a period of development spanning ten years.
Entering the slicer segment, which occupies a major position among food processing equipment, was a very significant step for the company. In the prototype phase, we were obliged to make considerable investments without any future guarantees, and for a small company like Nippon Career Industry, this required sustained courage.
However, we were determined to succeed and spared nothing in terms of technological input.
We make no room for compromise, eschewing “better” for “the best”.
Maintaining this uncompromising stance, we are working to create the next epoch-making products.
Nippon Career Industry Co., Ltd.
980-5 Higashihabu-cho, Matsuyama-city, Ehime, 791-8043, Japan