Company name
August 20, 1974
50 million yen
Shinichi Hoshino, CEO
NYK Line, Boltech Co.,Ltd.
Head office 2-7-18 Minami Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 104-0004, Japan TEL:03-5715-2351 FAX:03-5715-2560 (For domestic use only)
Kansai Branch 1-24-11 Chiyozaki, Nishi-ku, Osaka-shi 550-0023, Japan TEL:06-6583-7700 FAX:06-6583-3400 (For domestic use only)
Sapporo Sales Office 3-1-1 Kita8jyoHigashi, Higashi-ku, Sapporo 060-0908, Japan TEL:011-733-6120 FAX:011-733-6115
Sendai Sales Office 37-25 Shirahagicho, Wakabayashi-ku, Sendai-shi 984-0048 TEL:022-290-9381 FAX:022-290-9382
Nagoya Sales Office 2-3-15 Aoi, Higashi-ku, Nagoya-shi 461-0004, Japan TEL:052-908-1440 FAX:052-908-1450 (For domestic use only)
Kyushu Sales Office 1-10-50 Yutaka, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka-shi 812-0042, Japan TEL:092-432-9077 FAX:092-432-9033 (For domestic use only)
Business activities
Terrestrial Division Professional-use two-way radios, disaster management radio communication systems, multi-channel access (MCA) / Japan Shared Mobile Radio (JSMR) radio communication systems, NEXNET systems, wireless LAN systems, design and manufacture of equipment for communications applications. Installation, permit applications, inspection attendance, certified inspection, sales, maintenance and repair Marine Division Radio communication devices for ships, radar and collision avoidance devices, satellite communication devices, electronic maritime navigation devices. Installation, permit applications, inspection attendance, certified inspection, sales, maintenance and repair

The History JAPAN ENIX

August 1974
 Company established with capital of 2 million yen, head office in Naka-ku, Yokohama-shi, and branch office in Kobe, to carry out maintenance, repair, inspection and sales of marine radio communication and electronic maritime navigation equipment.
August 1975
 Capital increased to 6.3 million yen.
August 1976
 Capital increased to 13 million yen.
August 1981
 Established Terrestrial Division to carry out sales of professional-use radio communication equipment, manufacture of special purpose two-way radios and operation of communication systems, maintenance, etc.
March 1982
 Developed 27MHz two-way radio for container work. Won large order for two-way radio equipment from Kobe Container Terminal.
March 1985
 Developed radio communication system for tire factory robots.
March 1987
 Exchanged dealership contract with Motorola Japan. Won order from Motorola Japan for the development of a radio relay system for mass media.
March 1989
 Won order from Osaka City for disaster management radio communication system.
August 1990
 Established Osaka Sales Office in Kita-ku, Osaka, as a Terrestrial Division sales base.
February 1991
 Supplied radio communication equipment for cruise ship Asuka.
January 1997
 Motorola Japan launched dealer recognition system, Japan Enix recognized as a Premier Dealer.
August 1997
 Kobe Branch and Osaka Sales Office relocated to Minato-ku, Osaka-shi, to carry out business activities as the Kansai Branch.
February 1998
 Awarded Motorola Japan No.1 Nationwide Sales Prize for fiscal 1997.
July 1998
 Exchanged contract for round-the-clock maintenance of Motorola Japan’s digital radio relay stations (Kanto, Kansai).
March 2000
 Obtained technical standard certification for MOC GP portable two-way radios, and launched sales. Developed score data system for professional golf tournaments.
January 2001
 Established Nagoya Sales Office in Chikusa-ku, Nagoya-shi, as a base for expanding business in the Tokai region.
November 2001
 Moved headquarters to Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo, to improve customer services and productivity. (Head office building completed)
February 2002
 Obtained qualification to bid on Japanese Defense Agency tenders for communications, defense equipment sales/research, servicing, and tenders of all ministries and agencies for communications equipment sales and research etc.
June 2002
 Recognized by Motorola Japan as a Super Dealer.
July 2002
 Appointed as exclusive agent in Japan by Cadex Electronics Inc.(Canada), launched sale of battery analyzers.
February 2004
 Awarded Motorola Japan No.1 Nationwide Sales Prize for 7th consecutive year since 1997.
August 2004
 Sales of MOC GP two-way radios topped 3,000 units.
December 2004
 Won large order from Tokyo Fire Department for radio communication equipment.
March 2005
 Large-scale contract to supply radio communication equipment for Expo 2005 Aichi. Purchase of Kansai Branch building.
July 2005
 Establishment of Kyushu Sales Office in Hakata-ku, Fukuoka-shi as a base for expanding business in the Kyushu region. Total employees for head office, Nagoya, Osaka and Kyushu bases top 50.
October 2005
 Capital increased to 50 million yen.
February 2006
 Won order to refit satellite and radio communication equipment for the cruise ship Asuka.
February 2007
 Awarded Motorola Japan No.1 Nationwide Sales Prize for 10th consecutive year since 1997.
July 2007
 Head office building expansion completed.
July 2008
 Sales of MOC GP two-way radios reached 8,888 units by the end of the 4th quarter of our 34th fiscal year. Total employees for head office, Nagoya, Osaka and Kyushu bases top 60.
July 2010
 Sales of the Marine based MOC GP two-way radios topped 10,000 units.
July 2010
 Established sales office in Naebocho, Higashi-ku, Sapporo in order to expand business in the Hokkaido region. Established sales office in Ishinazaka, Wakabayashi-ku, Sendai-shi in order to expand business in the Tohoku region.
December 2011
 MOTOTRBO system equipped with many new features and enhancements started dealing.
July 2012
 Nagoya office relocated to Hoshigaoka, Chikusa-ku. to carry out business more acctively.
August 2012
 Kansai office relocated to Chiyozaki, order to carry out business more acctively.