U.TEC Co., Ltd.  u.tec system engineering

  • japanese
  • english
copyright©2011.all right reserved.


  Since foundation in 2002 (and carrying on the tradition of its predecessor, Oita Kikai Kogyo,) U.TEC has worked constantly to maintain the standards of convenience and quality demanded by users.
  Most users have non-standard requirements: naturally, fresh ideas and repeated trial and error are needed before finished products can be produced. It is not an easy task, but that is precisely why we have taken it on. Our early experience of trial and error has generated expertise which is now the company's prime asset.

  Our motto is honing our skills for the benefit of our clients.
  We use the Japanese term "Benri-Daiku", which denotes a provider of solutions for users in difficulty: a handy and convenient service which customers find approachable.
  We take pride in being a "benri-daiku", and will continue to do so. We will also work to further develop our skills and deliver high value-added products to all users.

Tadayuki Hatano, President
U.TEC Co., Ltd.
The U.TEC story

Our company's origins lie in the Usuki plant of the former Oita Kikai Kogyo Co., Ltd. In December 2001, Kyoto Seisakusho Co., Ltd. and Oita Kikai Kogyo acquired Nisshinbo Mec. and relocated their operations to that company's headquarters in Kunisaki City, Oita Prefecture.

The Managing Director of Oita Kikai Kogyo in Usuki at the time was Tadayuki Hatano, now President of U.TEC. Hatano decided to purchase the Usuki plant himself and continue the tradition of machine manufacturing in Usuki. Several engineers also chose to remain in Usuki rather than move to the new headquarters in Kunisaki, and joined Hatano in launching a new company, U.TEC an abbreviation of "Usuki Technique".

Founded in January 2002, U.TEC combines expertise in machine manufacturing built up over many years with the catchphrase of making work interesting. Right up to this day, the company continues apply itself to the fundamental mission of inspired manufacturing dedicated to convenience and utility.

  • processes
  • contact