Nissin Corporation was founded in 1938 as a domestic in-harbor transport company in Yokohama, Japan's main gateway to the world.
It has since expanded to cater to the logistics needs of the Ports of Kobe, Osaka and Chiba.
As Japan developed into a world economic power and its transportation needs became more advanced and complex, Nissin faced the rising need to improve both its systems and facilities. In 1968 it began offering comprehensive global logistics services, an entirely new category of service, and it now operates in Japan and 23 other countries.
Our name, Nissin, is derived from the Chinese literature classic "Great Learning," combining two characters meaning 'day' and 'new' to reflect the company spirit of encouraging effort to improve daily. This spirit drives Nissin to respond to change proactively so tomorrow is always better than today as it fulfills customer needs growing increasingly global, advanced and complex.
To show its high environmental awareness Nissin has been working to obtain green business certificates from the Foundation for Promoting Personal Mobility and Ecological
Transportation for its operations and offices as it promotes groupwide effort to build a new business model that capitalizes on its strengths, specifically overseas networks and international logistics.
Through these efforts the company is building its reputation among customers as the true global logistics.
|Dec. 1938||Established as Nissin Transport Co., Ltd.|
|Mar. 1946||Changed company name to Nissin Trading Co., Ltd.|
|Nov. 1948||Established Kobe Branch Office|
|Jan. 1950||Changed company name to Nissin Transportation & Warehousing Co., Ltd.|
|Apr. 1950||Listed on First Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.|
|Apr. 1950||Harbor transportation began in port of Yokohama.|
|Nov. 1954||Established Tokyo Branch Office|
|May. 1958||Established Osaka Branch Office|
|Aug. 1961||Completed Kanagawa Pier and started operations as Nissin Pier|
|Apr. 1969||Established Chiba Branch Office|
|May. 1973||Listed on First Section of the Osaka Stock Exchange|
|Dec. 1973||Established Nissin International Transport U.S.A. as local subsidiary in Los Angeles, U.S.A.|
|Jan. 1974||Established Nissin Transportation & Warehousing (H.K.) Ltd. as local subsidiary in Hong Kong|
|Jul. 1975||Established London Branch Office|
|Apr. 1978||Air travel section was spun off to Nissin Travel Services Co., Ltd. in Tokyo|
|Apr. 1981||Sapporo Branch Office was spun off to Hokkaido Nissin Transportation & Warehousing Co., Ltd.|
|Sep. 1981||New Consolidated Tokyo Office established|
|Mar. 1983||Started consolidated air cargo transport service|
|Oct. 1983||Established Nissin Transport (S) Pte., Ltd. as local subsidiary in Singapore|
|Feb. 1984||London branch office became a subsidiary as Nissin U.K.|
|Oct. 1984||Established Nissin Transport (Canada) Inc. as local subsidiary in Canada|
|Jan. 1985||Established Nissin Transport G.m.b.H. as local subsidiary in West Germany|
|Oct. 1985||Changed company name to Nissin Corporation (current name)|
|Oct. 1987||Established Siam Nistrans Co., Ltd. as local subsidiary in Thailand|
|Dec. 1987||Established Nissin Transport Ges. M.B.H. as local subsidiary in Austria|
|Oct. 1988||Established Nissin Transportes Espana S.A. as local subsidiary in Spain|
|Apr. 1992||Established Nissin France S.A. as local subsidiary in France|
|Aug. 1992||Established Shanghai Gaosin Trade & Warehousing Industrial Co., Ltd. as local subsidiary in China|
|Jun. 1994||Established Nistarns (M) Sdn. Bhd. as local subsidiary in Malaysia|
|Feb. 1995||Established Changshu Nissin-Sinotrans Transportation Co., Ltd. as local subsidiary in China|
|Mar. 1995||Established Nissin Airport Service Co., Ltd.|
|Mar. 1997||Established Jiangsu Nissin-Sinotrans International Transportation Co., Ltd. as local subsidiary in China|
|Apr. 1997||Established Nissin Belgium N.V. as local subsidiary in Belgium|
|Dec. 1997||Established Nissin joint venture Transport Philippines Corporation in Philippines|
|Mar. 1998||Established Nissin Middle East FZE as local subsidiary in United Arab Emirates|
|Mar. 1999||Established Tianjin Nissin International Transport Co., Ltd. as local subsidiary in China|
|May. 1999||Established joint venture Nissin ABC Logistics Private Ltd. in India|
|Jul. 2000||Established NS Trans International de Mexico. as local subsidiary in Mexico|
|Nov. 2000||Established joint venture Beijing Sanxi Refrigeration Logistics Co., Ltd. in China|
|Jan. 2003||Established Guangzhou Nissin International Logistics, Ltd. as local subsidiary in China|
|Aug. 2004||Established PT. Nissin Transport Indonesia as local subsidiary in Indonesia|
|Mar. 2005||Established LLC Nissin Russ as local subsidiary in Russia|
|Nov. 2005||Established joint venture Nissin-Sinotrans International Logistics Co., Ltd. in China|
|Dec. 2005||Established Nissin (Shanghai) Logistics Co., Ltd. as local subsidiary in China|
|Mar. 2006||Established Nissin Logistics(VN) Co., Ltd. as local subsidiary in Vietnam|
|Jun. 2007||Established a local subsidiary in Poland|
|Nov. 2009||Acquired Tsurumi Warehouse Co., Ltd., as a subsidiary|
|Feb. 2012||Established joint venture Lao Nissin SMT Co., Ltd. in Laos|
Nissin Corporation and its subsidiaries shall perform its free and fair business activities globally while recognizing its responsibility to contribute to the societies as a good corporate citizen by maintaining high ethical standards. For that purpose the following principles are declared as the charter of corporate behavior to guide its business activities.
1. We aim to be the company that provides trusted and satisfied services.
2. We conduct fair and transparent business activities.
3. We communicate openly with society and actively disclose company information.
4. We aim to be a free and active company that respects uniqueness.
5. We commit to create a healthy environment.
6. We commit to carryout our responsibilities as a global network entity.
7. We initiatively adhere to corporate ethics.
8. We commit to investigate the cause and implement countermeasures when there is an occurrence that is contrary to the charter.
December 16, 2002 / February 15, 2006 Amended