MAHLE in Japan

MAHLE's presence in Japan was first established in 1968 through a technical collaboration with piston-specialist Izumi Industries (currently, MAHLE Engine Components Japan Corporation). The commitment to the Japanese market was reinforced through gradual financial investments and later full acquisition of filter-specialist Tennex Corporation (currently, MAHLE Filter Systems Japan Corporation) in 2002 and of Izumi Industries in 2003. MAHLE’s product portfolio was expanded into vehicle air conditioning and engine cooling through MAHLE Behr in fall of 2013 and further expanded through acquisition of Delphi Thermal in July 2015. Strengthening of mechatronics sector in Japan is achieved through the acquisition of Kokusan Denki (currently, MAHLE Electric Drives Japan Corporation) in summer of 2015.

Japan with three R&D centers, 13 sales/production locations, and more than 2,000 employees, is an integral part of the global network of MAHLE. This network serves the diversified needs of the customers worldwide.