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The Corporate Report 2013: U.S. Tsubaki Power Transmission

1112crtsubaki1U.S. Tsubaki Power Transmission, LLC is a leading manufacturer and supplier of state-of-the-art power transmission and motion control products and is a global leader in roller and conveyor chain production. U.S. Tsubaki is the largest global subsidiary of Japan’s Tsubakimoto Chain Company, which was founded in 1917. Today, Tsubaki’s products are marketed in over 70 countries. U.S. Tsubaki’s corporate headquarters and main distribution warehouse are just outside of Chicago in Wheeling, IL, and it has full manufacturing facilities in Holyoke, MA, and Sandusky, OH. In addition to this it has service centers strategically located in Los Angeles, CA; Dallas, TX; Atlanta, GA; Philadelphia, PA; and Anoka, MN.

The TSUBAKI name is synonymous with excellence in quality, dependability and customer service. An intense focus on research and development, along with constant modernization of its production facilities are among the key components in Tsubaki’s ability to successfully meet the ever-changing needs of the marketplace. Leveraging its vast, international network of corporate and industrial resources, U.S. Tsubaki offers customers the finest power transmission products in the world. According to the company, it is well positioned to meet the challenges of the 21st century and beyond as it strives to be the “Best Value” supplier in the industry.

Tsubaki’s global presence affords the company with unprecedented opportunities to market advanced new products and technologies, and to utilize the intellectual assets of what it characterizes as “some of the brightest minds in business and engineering from around the world.” This strength, combined with its continuous improvement of quality and processes, has U.S. Tsubaki poised for lasting growth now, and well into the future.

U.S. Tsubaki’s industrial group is currently comprised of four business units: the Roller Chain Division, Engineering Chain Division, Power Transmission Components Division (which includes Sprockets) and the KabelSchlepp Cable & Hose Carrier Division. 

The Roller Chain Division provides some of the most versatile products on the market. Tsubaki innovations have yielded popular problem solvers such as self-lube Lambda® series chain, corrosion-resistant Neptune® chain, fatigue-resistant Super Chains, and rugged Energy Series™ oilfield chains and attachment chains. 

The Engineering Chain Division offers heavy-duty chains designed specifically to meet the demanding needs of a vast array of industries—all designed to prolong wear life under rigorous operating conditions. They use various grades of steel, heat-treated to precise specifications and assembled with accurate press-fits to withstand the requirements of today’s powerful, high-production equipment. 

Tsubaki Sprockets are built from top-grade, heat-treated carbon steel to offer long wear life, resist abrasion and withstand heavy shock loads. Precision manufacturing at their ISO-certified facilities ensures that every U.S. Tsubaki sprocket stands up to critical design specifications and meets the highest quality standards. 

Tsubaki’s Power Transmission Components line includes all Tsubakimoto products other than chain and sprockets. A partial list consists of belts, cam clutches, actuators, dampers, overload protection and reducers. 

The KabelSchlepp Division pro-duces world-class cable and hose carriers in a wide range of sizes and types for a variety of environments. From lightweight micro-sized mono cable carriers to enormous super-duty steel chain designs, Tsubaki KabelSchhlepp has the perfect solution for any application. Wherever shorter production times, faster installation, higher machine cycles, longer service life and better overall value are desired, Tsubaki KabelSchlepp can help.

*Tsubaki is an ISO 9001:2000 and ISO 14000 registered company.

1112crtsubaki2U.S. Tsubaki Power Transmission, LLC.
301 E. Marquardt Dr.
Wheeling, IL 60090
Ph: 800.323.7790
www.ustsubaki.com


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