Intelligent technologies in practice
"Intelligence in production" through Makino solutions
Investment in Makino machines boosts productivity
D500 and a81M help meet booming demand for Airbus parts
Investment in Makino machines improves Danish machine-tool factory's margins on high-precision injection mould making
1937 Tsunezo Makino establishes MAKINO. 1958 First NC milling machine in Japan. 1964 Listed on the Second Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange (capitalised at 200 million yen). 1966 First machining centre in Japan. 1967 Opening of the Atsugi production plant. 1971 Listed on the First Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange (capitalised at 1 billion yen). 1972 First flexible manufacturing system in Japan. 1975 Foundation of Makino U.S.A. Inc. 1976 Foundation of Makino Europe S.A. 1978 First shares in Heidenreich & Harbeck GmbH, Hamburg, Germany. 1979 First Makino NC wire EDM. 1980 First Makino NC sinker EDM. 1987 Opening of the Katsuyama production plant. 1992 Foundation of Makino Asia Pte Ltd. in Singapore. 1997 Foundation of Makino Italia S.r.l. 1998 Foundation of Makino France S.A.S. 2000 Opening of Technology Centre in Kirchheim unter Teck, Germany. 2007 Foundation of Makino s.r.o. in Slovakia. 2007 Opening of new European Headquarters and Technology Centre in Hamburg. 2010 Opening of the International R&D Centre in Singapore. 2010 Opening of the Technology Centre in Mexico. 2011 Opening of the Representative Office in Moscow, Russia. 2011 Opening of the new Technology Centre in Cavenago Brianza, Italy.
Makino has branches in 17 countries around the world, seven of them in Europe, as well as agents and licensed technical support staff at many more locations.
Wherever you are, Makino is just around the corner.