Our Facility

About Our Company


Nippon Thermostat of America Corp. (NTAC) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Nippon Thermostat Co., Ltd. (NTCL) www.ntcl.co.jp, which was founded in 1954 in Tokyo, Japan.
Our first U.S. plant is in Fraziers Bottom, West Virginia. It has a 26,000 square foot manufacturing facility and a 5,000 square foot office management facility. NTAC also ownsadditional land around the plant for future expansions.


History
Jul. 2002 Nippon Thermostat of America Corp. was inaugurated. (Charleston, WV)
Jun. 2005 Celebrated Grand Opening Ceremony
Dev. 2005 Started Mass Production for Toyota
Jul. 2007 Purchased additional 5 acres
Apr. 2008 Started Mass Production for After Market Business
Aug. 2009 Begin New Business for Sports Thermostat
Jul. 2010 Installed 1st Resin Molding Machine
Aug. 2011 Started Mass Production with Resin Inlet Integrated Thermostat
Jul. 2012 Started Mass Production for Honda
Aug. 2012 Celebrated Groundbreaking Ceremony for Expansion
Mar. 2013 Started Mass Production for Chrysler
Mar. 2013 Facility double-expanded (Additional 27,000 sqf)
Sep. 2013 Obtained ISO/TS 16949 Certification


Directions to our plant
From I-64 East/West
  1. Take Exit 40Scott Depot / Winfield Exit.
  2. Take (New) Route 35 North. Drive approx. 8.3 miles.
  3. After you pass the Hurricane Creek Road on your right, you will see another road (Putnam Business Park Drive) on your right. Turn right.
  4. We are the first building on your right. Turn right on to Vaughan Drive.

From Route 35 North

  1. Take (New) Route 35 South toward to Winfield and Charleston.
  2. From the Buffalo (Toyota) bridge, drive approx. 3.5 miles
  3. Turn left on to Putnam Business Park Drive and enter the Business Park.
  4. We are the first building on your right. Turn right on to Vaughan Drive.
(If you saw the Hurricane Creek Road, Route 34 exit or I-64 entrance, you already passed us.)


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