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75 Years Strong

Dengensha America Corp.

Just one month into the new year, Dengensha America is proud to have wrapped up our 25th year in business in 2011. However, it was the landmark 75th year anniversary of our parent company in Japan that truly deserves a standing ovation.

Celebrating a diamond anniversary is a rarity, but it comes as no surprise to us that Dengensha has lasted three-quarters of a century considering the high-caliber equipment produced and paramount service provided to customers. ROI studies have shown that Dengensha is where quality and price meet to yield maximum value. It's a simple, winning formula that has propelled Dengensha to the top of the resistance welding and fastener feeding industry over the years.

A high standard of performance for equipment and employees is somethign that hasn't changed for the company since 1935, when Dengensha Manufacturing Co., LTD was founded in Kawasaki, Japan. The company has grown over the years to include several assembly plants across Japan. Recognizing the high demand for Dengensha products overseas, Dengensha America was established in 1985 in Bedford, Ohio, with just three employees. The initial efforts were to support the Japanese automotive manufacturing transplants of the early 1980s, but since that time Dengensha America has grown into one of the major suppliers of equipment and services to all of North America.

Our history provides us with an excellent foundation for the future, and we are as excited as ever to continue doing business.

Dengensha America provides customers with a complete package when it comes to resistance welding. With 75 years of producing world-class equipment, Dengensha's ability to meet all of their customer's needs - from a simple one-machine operation to a 100-plus machine production line - is unsurpassed. Our full line of systems and products sold and serviced include spot, projection, seam, flash, multisport and portable welding machines; weld guns; nut and bolt feeders; weld transformers; weld controls, and monitoring and measuring equipment, as well as secondary cables and electrodes.

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