INDIA is a direct Branch Office setup by NLI Japan to cater to the vast clients already based in India.
Newlong Industrial Company, Limited (NLI) has been focused on the development of packaging machinery technology since our establishment in 1941. We have developed packaging systems for many applications, including grains and powdered food products, fertilizers and minerals, chemicals and specialty chemicals, animal feeds and pet foods, cement and aggregates, and clean-room applications such as within semiconductor fabs. We manufacture a variety of bag making machinery, automatic open-mouth bagging lines, and are one of the world’s most respected industrial sewing head brands.
In the Japanese market NLI has an overwhelming market share of 95% for industrial sewing machines, 90% for bag making machines, and 80% for automatic bagging machines. We have the largest market share in Asia in general as well, and are a leading manufacturer worldwide within our industrial niches. As a packaging industry pioneer, we have consistently adapted to our customers’ changing needs and are always ready to meet industry trends.
Direct Communication with the Customer
Newlong Industrial Group has entered the 21st century with our Founder’s management concepts. We put utmost priority on our customers, and work to satisfy our customers’ needs with all our heart and soul. We believe that it is our mission to solve customers’ problems promptly, at the lowest possible cost, and at the highest achievable quality level. To meet our goal of “Direct Communication with the Customer”, we always welcome unreserved contact from your side
A short history of Newlong Industrial Company Limited
Newlong Industrial Co., Ltd assumed direct responsibility for all marketing and sales of the NLI line of products.
Merged with Nihon Giken Co., Ltd. Established production and sales of kitchen equipment.
Established the Kitakata Factory in Kitakata, Fukushima Prefecture.
Established the Koide Factory in Koide, Niigata Prefecture.
Established the Kashiwa Factory in Kashiwa, Chiba Prefecture. Production from the Aoto plant was moved to the Kashiwa plant.
Established the Odate Factory in Odate, Akita Prefecture.
Paid-in capital increased to JPY100,000,000.
Established the Nagano Factory for the production of industrial sewing machine parts in Nagano city.
? Established Choei Co., Ltd., an accidental insurance and real estate agent.
Developed the Model 12M multi-wall tuber.
Cho Sewing Machine Company, responsible for sales, changed it's name to Newlong Machine Works, Ltd.
Established the Fujioka Factory in Fujioka, Tochigi-ken after purchasing 59,400? of land with a 2,310? building, and started manufacturing industrial sewing machines.
Paid-in capital increased to JPY36,000,000.
The manufacturing and sales departments became independent. Newlong Industrial Co., Ltd. became responsible for all manufacturing, and the Cho Sewing Machine Company for all sales. (Presently named Newlong Machine Works, Ltd.)
The company purchased an additional 990? of land next to the Aoto Factory in order to build 825? of additional production facility. Started the production of multi-wall paper bag making machines.
? Paid-in Capital was increased to JPY1,000,000. The company purchased 4950? of land with a 2310? building in Aoto, Katsushika-ku, Tokyo. Large-scale mass production started.
? The first sales branch was established in Nicho-machi, Taito-ku, Tokyo. The privately-held company was incorporated as Cho Sewing Machine Co., Ltd.
The Cho Sewing Machine Company was founded by Yuzaburo Cho for the repair and sale of Special Industrial Sewing Machines in Senju, Adachi-ku, Tokyo.