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Message from the Chairman

Message from the Chairman
I would like to express my gratitude for your loyal patronage. Since our establishment in 1937, we have been given the opportunities to contribute to the development of our society in designing, manufacturing, construction and maintenance of road traffic control systems, railway signal systems and consumer equipment.

I sincerely appreciate your warm understanding and support in every step of our path. It is said that we will see even further advancement in electronic technology in the 21st century.

We will continue to strive to meet the new demands of the age by developing, designing, manufacturing, and constructing the advanced technology. It is our company policy to contribute to the development and prosperity of the society with the minds of teamwork, spontaneous and responsible work.

I thank you all for continued patronage and support in advance.

Chairman
Doctor of Engineering
Katsushi Wakabayashi

【Background】
Doctor of Engineering (traffic engineering, traffic planning), Nihon University, Tokyo
Part-time instructor of Faculty of Engineering, Kogakuin University

Message from the President

Message from the President
Since our establishment, we have been able to contribute to the society in safety and security through transportation business. We have complied with the law and listened seriously to the opinions of our customers, and our business has been well developed.

We are currently making special efforts to make our society better through our business. Our mission is to provide a safe and secure society. We will continue to make efforts to achieve the mission. We look forward to your continued support and guidance.

President
Naomichi Wakabayashi

【Background】
Master of Engineering, Graduate school of Science and Technology, Nihon University

Message from the Vice-President

Message from the Vice-President
We have been able to contribute to building and maintaining a safe living environment, mainly through development, design, manufacturing, maintenance of traffic and railway signal systems and parking systems.

Our company will continue to strive together with a sense of speed to enhance the transportation infrastructure and realize the next-generation of transportation. I thank you in advance for your continuous patronage.

Vice-President
Yasuchika Mori

【Background】
Ph. D. degree in Engineering from Waseda University, 1981.
Fellow of the Society of Instrument and Control Engineers, 2010.
Professor Emeritus of Tokyo Metropolitan University, 2018.

Company profile

  • 【Company Name】
    Transportation Systems & Electric Co., Ltd.
  • 【Head Office】
    3-13-2 Takadanobaba, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 169-0075
  • 【Founded】
    June 1937
  • 【Capital】
    90 million yen
  • 【Offices】
    Head Office
    3-13-2 Takadanobaba, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 169-0075
    TEL: +81-3-5337-8801
    Tachikawa Office (Factory)
    1-10-7 Saiwai-cho, Tachikawa-shi, Tokyo 190-0002
    TEL: +81-42-534-4681
    Technology Center
    5-27-11 Nishimachi, Kokubunji-shi, Tokyo 185-0035
    Kanto Sales Office
    1-1-33 Horinouchi, Niiza-shi, Saitama 352-0023
    Chiba Sales Office
    893-937 Murata-cho, Chuo-ku, Chiba-shi, Chiba 260-0825
    Tama Liaison Office
  • 【Directors and Executive Officers】
    Chairman Katsushi Wakabayashi
    President Naomichi Wakabayashi
    Vice President Yasuchika Mori
    Director Takashi Kitamura
    Director Ritsushi Sato
    Director Akihiro Sampei
    Director Akihiro Kawamura
    Executive Officer Shinichi Tokita
    Executive Officer Hiroshi Aritake
    Executive Officer Kenichi Kaneko
    Executive Officer Yuichi Harada
    Executive Officer Tatsuya Hosono
    Executive Officer Takeshi Yamasato
    Corporate Auditor Emiko Iwashita

Organization Chart

Organization Chart

History

  • Jun. 1937Founded in Higashishinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo.
    Nov. 1964Changed company name to Rikuun Electric Co., Ltd. and relocated its headquarters to Kashiwagi, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo.
    Apr. 1967Started to supply traffic signal systems to the Metropolitan Police Department.
    Oct. 1973Started to supply parking meters to the Metropolitan Police Department.
    Jun. 1987Started to supply railway signal systems to East Japan Railway Company and Central Japan Railway Company.
    Feb. 1990Built a factory and relocated its headquarters to Saiwai-cho, Tachikawa-shi, Tokyo.
    Apr. 1996Increased its capital to 75.5 million yen.
    Developed Pay & Display ticket and started to supply it to the Metropolitan Police Department.
    Started to supply railway signal systems to Tokyu Corporation.
    Apr. 1998Relocated its headquarters to Takadanobaba, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo.
    Started contracted business to maintain Japan Radio Co., Ltd.’s cellphone base stations.
    Apr. 1999Changed company name to Transportation Systems & Electric Co., Ltd.
    Feb. 2001Established Dalian Guangzhong Consultants Co., Ltd. (Software company) in Dalian City, China.
    Jun. 2002Installed traffic signal systems in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
    Jun. 2002Installed traffic signal systems at 10 intersections and 480 traffic street lights in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia as ODA.
    Jun. 2004Merged with Kohshin Electric Co., Ltd.
    Increased its capital to 90 million yen.
    Apr. 2009Developed new model Pay & Display ticket and Emergency train stop button.
    Apr. 2014Established Technology Center in Kokubunji-shi, Tokyo.
    Jan. 2017Developed new model parking meter and supplied it to the Metropolitan Police Department.
  • 【Overseas Operations】

    TSEC is actively engaged in overseas operations.
    In recent years, our overseas operations have been expanding.


    Apr. 1996Established a branch in Dalian City, China.
    Apr. 1999Installed 47 priority signal systems for tram in Dalian City, China.
    Apr. 2000Started the joint search and development of ITS with Gyeonggi Provincial Police Agency, Busan Metropolitan Police Agency and Kyonggi University in Korea.
    Feb. 2001Established Dalian Guangzhong Consultants Co., Ltd. (Software company) in Dalian City, China.
    Apr. 2002Started the joint search and development of IT&T with Budapest University of Technology and Economics in Hungary.
    Jun. 2002Installed traffic signal systems in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
    Feb. 2004Installed traffic signal systems in Kampala, Uganda.
    Feb. 2005Two Uganda government technical officers visited Japan to learn about traffic signal systems at our company.
    Nov. 2005Installed traffic signal systems in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
    Feb. 2006Installed 150 parking systems in Jeju City, Seoul and Ansan City, Korea.
    Apr. 2007Designed traffic signal systems in Blantyre, Malawi.
    Apr. 2010Conducted training of the second road traffic signal systems in Kampala, Uganda.
    Apr. 2012Conducted training and maintenance of traffic signal systems in Kampala, Uganda.
    Jun. 2013Received a letter of appreciation from Thailand’s Ministry of Labor for accepting its trainees for many years.
    Oct. 2013Installed traffic signal systems in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.
    Feb. 2014Installed traffic signal systems in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
    Mar. 2015Participated in the Project for Capacity Enhancement Management of Traffic Flow in Kampala, Uganda.
    Jan. 2016Participated in the Project on Improvement of Traffic Management Capacity in Central district, Lahore, Pakistan.
    Aug. 2017Director of Chumphon Provincial Employment Office, Ministry of Labor, Thailand visited our company to inspect the situation of intern trainees.

Please feel free to contact us concerning overseas operations through our CONTACT form.

1.Dalian City, China(Priority signal system for tram)
1.Dalian City, China
(Priority signal system for tram)
2.Dalian Software Company
2.Dalian Software Company
3.Laboratory of assistant professor Peter Korondi, Department of Engineering, Budapest University of Technology and Economics. Study group of ITT market analysis and developing a business in Europe (EU) (October 2001)
3.Laboratory of assistant professor Peter Korondi,
Department of Engineering, Budapest University of
Technology and Economics. Study group of ITT
market analysis and developing a business
in Europe (EU) (October 2001)
4.Park lock in Jeju City, Korea(Vehicle lock machinery)
4.Park lock in Jeju City, Korea
(Vehicle lock machinery)
 5.Road traffic signal set in Kampala, Uganda.
5.Road traffic signal set in Kampala, Uganda.
6.Road traffic signal set in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
6.Road traffic signal set in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
7.Workshop of construction management and maintenance of road traffic signals overseas.
7.Workshop of construction management and
maintenance of road traffic signals overseas.
8.Workshop of road traffic signals overseas.
8.Workshop of road traffic signals overseas.