Seiko Instruments

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Seiko Instruments

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, or SII, is a Japanese company, renowned for developing and commercializing semiconductor, micromechatronics, and precision timepiece technology. It is one of three core companies of the Seiko Group.

The company manufactures and sells electronic components (semiconductors, crystal oscillators, micromechatronics devices, thermal printer, coin battery, liquid crystal displays), precision parts, watches, analysis and measurement instruments, machine tools, printers, network items, information systems and services, IC dictionaries, etc. Headquartered in Makuhari business district, Mihama-ku, Chiba City, Chiba Prefecture, Japan.

In 1937 , literally the second workshop for manufacturing Seiko timepieces, was established in Kamedo, Kōtō, Tokyo as a spin-off of the watch manufacturing division from , so is also making the Seiko watches even now. The company changed its name to in 1983 and to the current name in 1997 (セイコーインスツルメンツ Seikō Insutsurumentsu in 1997; セイコーインスツル Seikō Insutsuru in 2004). Its Suwa Plant in Suwa, Nagano Prefecture spun off as in 1959 is now known as .

Seiko Holdings Corporation (SEIKO) delegates a large portion of the manufacturing in its watch business to SII and EPSON. Most of watches manufactured by SII are sold through the Seiko Watch Corporation, a subsidiary of Seiko Holdings Corporation. In recent years Seiko Instruments has tried to establish its own marketing channel and brands - Sizukuishi Watch ,...
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