SEIKO HOLDINGS CORPORATION
As the holding company for the Seiko Group, Seiko Holdings Corporation, is responsible for consolidation, legal tasks, management of intellectual properties, group publicity and investors relations.
SEIKO INSTRUMENTS INC.
Established in 1937. Besides being the leading wristwatch manufacturer in the world, it also develops and manufactures a wide range of revolutionary products, ranging from consumer items such as electronic dictionaries and portable digital assistants to business products such as computer peripherals, CAE, CAD, and CAM systems, electronic components, analysis and measurement equipment, and intelligent robots.
SEIKO NEXTAGE CO., LTD.
Established in 2013. Integrated watch marketing company engaged in product development, production, sales of original brand watches of ALBA, WIRED, appetime, SOMA and well-known licensed watches.
Seiko Nextage’s mission is to offer “fun” through fashion and sports watches.
SEIKO PRECISION INC.
Established in 1996. Its business development is powered by unique state-of-the-art technologies in areas ranging from camera components to semiconductors. Its products include camera shutters and automatic-focus mechanisms, system clocks, printers, mechatronics equipment such as machine tools, as well as imaging devices, semiconductors, electroluminescent displays, sensors, and open network systems.
SEIKO NPC CORP.
Established in 1975. Specialized in development, production and sales of semiconductors.
SEIKO SOLUTIONS INC.
Seiko Solutions Inc. engages comprehensively in development, manufacture, sale, maintenance, service, and consulting of hardware and software relating to information systems and network services.
The company aims to meet customers' expectations and create new customer value by supplying integrated solutions fusing the hardware and software services that it has nurtured so far toward the resolution of customers' management problems.
SEIKO CLOCK INC.
Established in 1996. The integrated clock company within the Seiko Group, handling everything from planning and development, to production, sales and service. In addition to developing overseas markets, it has garnered a great deal of attention in Japan with the "Radio Wave Clock," which sets itself automatically to Japan standard time, a product truly suited to the twenty-first century!
SEIKO OPTICAL PRODUCTS CO., LTD.
Established in 1996. Engages in the planning, advertising, sales and service of all types of eyeglass products, including Seiko brand eyeglass lenses manufactured by Seiko Epson, Seiko and other brand frames, sunglasses with other optical related products. It develops its business both in Japan and major international markets through its marketing and sales activities.
WAKO CO., LTD.
A luxury specialty store that is truly representative of the refined, international and sophisticated Ginza area of Tokyo. Over the years, it has gained an excellent reputation for its high-end products which include watches, jewelry, menswear, womenswear, items for the home, arts and crafts, as well as eyeglasses and food.
SEIKO TIME SYSTEM INC.
Established in 1970. The company engages in integrated development, marketing and service for everything from system clocks that are widely used in public places such as schools and hospitals, marionette clocks on exhibit in many towns, and clocks for broadcasting stations, to sports timing devices, competition timing computer systems, and all types of large-scale displays. It actively seeks opportunities to showcase its timing systems at world-class sports events at home and abroad.
SEIKO SERVICE CENTER CO., LTD.
The company is responsible for the servicing and repair of Seiko products, including watches, electric shavers and liquid-crystal televisions in Japan. It also provides technical training for retailers, and sells approved parts, batteries and repair tools in the Japan domestic market.
SEIKO EPSON CORP.
Established in 1942. Well-known for its leadership in the field of micro-mechatronics. It creates high-value-added electronics, including printers, computers, wristwatches, semiconductors, and liquid-crystal displays.