About Us

 
 

NGK Spark Plugs SA (PTY) LTD

NGK Spark Plugs were produced in South Africa since 1950 under the company name of Lectrolite. These spark plugs were produced under license to NGK Spark Plugs Japan. NGK Spark Plugs SA, now owned by NGK Japan, still continues to produce a range of spark plugs for the OE market, P&A market and Aftermarket. NGK Spark Plugs SA also market and distribute NGK Glow Plugs and Resistor caps.

NGK & The Enviroment

Environmental declaration

NGK Spark Plug Group will strive for harmony with society and the global environment while serving the people of the world, offering new value based on the principle of high quality throughout the entire life cycle of our environmentally friendly NGK spark plugs and NTK new ceramic products.

To achieve this, we have formulated an environmental action plan based on our environmental policy as a way of accepting our social role and responsibility as a trusted corporation. With the participation of everyone concerned, we will pursue the development of a sustainable society and business operations.

Management

We will abide by all laws, regulations, protocols and voluntary standards relating to environmental conservation. We also aim to increase our environmental efficiency by continually trying to enhance our environmental management system (EMS) and performance.

Factory/office

We will remain constantly aware of the need for environmental harmony, working to prevent air, earth and water pollution, use energy and resources more effectively, and reduce waste materials.

Products

We will work towards the development, design, procurement, manufacture, sale, distribution and disposal of environmentally friendly products.

Communication

We will promote communication with stakeholders through clear disclosure of information. We will also contribute not only to local communities but to the wider society through consideration for the natural environment as well as participation and support for environmental conservation activities.

Mind

We will strive to raise awareness of environmental conservation through environmental education and publicity activities as well as the dissemination of these policies among all our employees. We will also seek the understanding and cooperation of our business associates.

Our Research & Development

With major R&D centres in Japan and the USA, NGKs European research and development work is based at the Technical Centre in Ratingen, Germany. This facility, established in 1990, has continuously expanded to provide technical support to the European automotive manufacturers.

The NGK Technical Centre covers an area of approx. 2,200 square metres and cost approx. 15 million Euros. It has three modern engine test rigs for endurance and application tests, together with cold-climate chambers in which engine and chassis can be cooled down to -30 degrees Celsius for analysing cold-start performance. It also has comprehensive equipment for carrying out full exhaust gas emission tests.

Today, NGK has benefited from this investment in Europe by being the OE supplier of spark plugs and or glow plugs to most vehicle manufacturers in Europe including Audi / Volkswagen, BMW, Mercedes, Jaguar, Fiat, Renault, Peugeot and Vauxhall. With worldwide legislation demanding a reduction in exhaust emission levels, NGK has developed many technologies to combat these challenges. Through its NTK brand it has been increasingly involved in the development and manufacture of oxygen sensors which have a key role to play in exhaust gas after treatment. NGK Spark Plugs is now the world’s largest producer of these useful devices.

Links

The NGK Spark Plug Co., Ltd. corporate group has its corporate headquarters in Nagoya, Japan and currently has 36 subsidiaries around the globe.

Outside of the home country of Japan, NGK alone has eleven factories, four development centres and more than 20 sales offices which ensure that products of the NGK and NTK brands reach customers quickly and reliably.

NGK Regional Offices

Worldwide Head Office

14-18, Takatsuji-cho, Mizuho-ku, Nagoya 467-8525

Website:- ngkntk.co.jp

NGK Spark Plug Europe GmbH

Harkortstr 41, 40880 Ratingen, Germany

Website:- ngkntk.de

NGK Spark Plugs (France) S.A.S.

122, Avenue Du General Leclerc 92514 Boulogne Billancourt Cedex, France

Website:- ngkntk.fr

NGK Spark Plugs (U.S.A.), Inc.

46929 Magellan Drive, Wixom, MI 48393, U.S.A.

Website:- ngksparkplugs.com

NGK Spark Plugs Malaysia Berhad

No. 4586, Jalan Permatang Pauh, Butterworth, P.W., 13400, Malaysia

Website:- ngksparkplugs.com.my

Siam NGK Spark Plug Co., Ltd.

Amata Nakorn Industrial Estate(Phase 8), 700/849 Moo 1, Tambol Panthong,
Amphur Panthong, Chonburi 20160, Thailand

Website:- ngksparkplugs.com.my

P.T. NGK Busi Indonesia

JI. Raya Jakarta-Bogor, Km 26, 6 Ciracas, Pasar Rebo, Jakarta Timur, Indonesia

Website:- ngkbusi.com

NGK Spark Plug (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.

No.736 Songsheng Road Songjiang Industrial Zone, Shanghai 201613,
The People’s Republic of China

Website:- ngkntk.com.cn

ngkntk.com.cn

770-1 Wonsi-Dong, Danwon-gu, Ansan-city, Gyeonggi-Do, Korea

Website:- ngkntk.co.kr

NGK Spark Plugs (India) Pvt. Ltd.

210, JMD Pacific Square, Sector-15, 32nd Milestone, NH-8, Gurgaon,
Haryana-122 001, India

Website:- ngkntk.in

NGK Spark Plugs SA (Pty) Ltd

Bantry Park, 41 Jansen Road, Jet Park, Boksburg, 1459 South Africa

Website:- ngksparkplugs.co.za

NGK Spark Plugs (Thailand) Co., Ltd.

Amata Nakorn Industrial Estate 700/864 Moo 1, Tambol Panthong,
Amphur Panthong, Chonburi 20160 Thailand

Ceramica e Velas de Ignicao NGK do Brasil Ltda.

Estrada Mogi Salesopolis, Km9-Cocuera, Mogi das Cruzes, Sao Paulo,
Cep 08710-914, Brasil

Website:- ngksparkplugs.com.br

 

In total, the approximately 12,000 employees of the corporate group (March 2011) helped the corporate group’s turnover reach 3.24 billion US dollars (approx. 2.28 billion €). In the process, the company’s largest sector, automotive components, accounted for 2.37 billion dollars (approx. 1.67 billion €). The area of communications media components and technical ceramics, the company’s second pillar, accounted for 0.87 billion dollars (approx. 610 million €). (Exchange rate used for USD / Euros: 1.419 on 31st March 2011)