Nissan Motor Company

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Table of contents

1.Nissan corporate data2
2.Nissan history guidelines3
3.Nissan mission, vision and strategy5
4.Nissan products8
5.Nissan financial data13

Nissan corporate data

|Company Name |NISSAN MOTOR CO., LTD. | |Registered Head Office |Takara-cho, Kanagawa-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa 220-8623, Japan | |Headquarters |17-1, Ginza 6-chome, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-8023, Japan Phone: 81(0)3-3543-5523 | |Date of Establishment |December 26, 1933 | |Business Outline |Manufacturing, sales and related business of automotive products, industrial | | |machinery and marine equipment. | |Paid-in Capital |¥605,813 million | |Stock Information |Number of authorized shares: 6,000,000,000 | | |Common stock (issued and outstanding): 4,520,715,112 | | |Number of shareholders: 142,108 | |Number of Employees |119,350 (Consolidated) | | |31,389 (Non-Consolidated) |

Nissan history guidelines

• 1911 Nissan's history goes back to the Kwaishinsha Co., an automobile factory started in Tokyo.  • 1914 A small passenger car was completed based on his own design, and in the following year the car made its debut on the market under the name of Dat Car. [pic]

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• 1919 Jitsuyo Jidosha Co., Ltd., another predecessor of Nissan, was established in Osaka to manufacture Gorham-style three-wheeled vehicles. • 1926 Kwaishinsha Co. and Jitsuyo Jidosha Co. merged to form Dat Jitsuyo Seizo Co. • 1933 Jidosha-Seizo Kabushiki-Kaisha ("Automobile Manufacturing Co., Ltd." in English) was established, taking over all the operations for manufacturing Datsun. • 1934 Company name was changed to Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.

• 1935 The first small-size Datsun passenger car rolled off the assembly line at the Yokohama Plant. Datsun cars symbolized Japan's rapid advances in modern industrialization in those days. [pic]

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• 1936 Nissan purchased design plans and plant facilities from Graham-Paige Motors Corp. of the U.S. for the manufacture of passenger cars and trucks. As the signs of war grew stronger, however, production emphasis shifted from small-size Datsun passenger cars to military trucks. • 1945 Nissan resumes production of Nissan trucks of the war. • 1947 Production of Datsun passenger cars is continued.

• 1953 The first Austin that rolled off the line on April 6, 1953. • 1952 Nissan is steadily putting in place a strong organization to support the company's next stage of dramatic growth. Nissan began early on to develop overseas manufacturing operations, starting with the initiation of knockdown production in Taiwan. • 1960 Establishment of Nissan Mexicana, S.A. de C.V.

• 1980 Establishment of Nissan Motor Manufacturing Corp. U.S.A. and Nissan Motor Manufacturing (UK) Limited. • 1999 Nissan and France's Renault SA signed an agreement concerning a comprehensive global alliance aimed at achieving profitable growth for both companies. • 2002 The company has been pushing ahead with “NISSAN 180”, a new business plan aimed to achieving additional unit sales of one million vehicles...
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