Nitta Corp. to exhibit its conveyor and tubing systems

IndiaCorr Expo 2017, Hall 3 Stand D28


Nitta Corporation, a leading manufacturer of flat transmission and conveyor belts, thermoplastic hydraulic hoses, fittings, pneumatic tubing and connectors, will display its wares at IndiaCorr Expo 2017. Nitta is a leading suppliers of power transmission and conveyor belts to OEMs and end users in textile, paper, printing, packaging (folder gluers), hygiene products (sanitary pads, diapers, etc.), ATM/currency machines and so on. Their hydraulic and pneumatic products are widely used in excavators, automotive plants and blow molding machines among others.

Nitta Corporation was founded in 1885 in Japan. It has manufacturing/distribution facilities in Japan, Korea, China, Taiwan, Thailand, Singapore, India, Germany, The Netherlands, USA, Canada, Mexico and Brazil. Nitta Corporation India (NCI) was incorporated in Pune about five years ago to take care of the company’s South Asian business for its products.

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