- Japan Parts Online Address : 840-3, Hannogaeshi, Horinouchi, Oharu, Amagun, Aichi, Japan 490-1137 Phone : +81-52-433-6211 Fax : +81 52-414-6295 Email : [email protected] The Department of Trade, Industry and Competition (the dtic) will be participating in various exhibitions, trade shows and National Pavilions to promote locally manufactured products in international markets. The department invites manufacturers and registered exporters to participate in the international trade shows listed in the links below. Buy car parts directly from Japan out of over 400,000 items in Stock. Body parts, engines, transmissions, suspension parts, electrical parts, tyres and rims in brand new, reconditioned or used conditions. We deliver to more than 200 Countries and areas, by air and ocean freight. Within Commercial Auto Parts (Pty) Ltd. we have a new department that focuses on providing advice for, and the sale of, particular engines spares such as pistons, rings, valves and much more! These spares are for customers to service their vehicles at affordable prices. The company was formed in 1951 as a successor to Hatsudoki Seizo Co. Ltd that was founded in 1907. The formation was part of a restructure and largely influenced by the Osaka University’s Engineering Department to produce a gasoline-powered engine for small, stationary power plants.
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