Makita foundation: Makita was founded in 1915 in Nagoya, Japan, by Mosaburo Makita. At the beginning, the company sold and repaired electrics motors and transformers.
Makita history: In the 40s, Makita moved and opened a new plant in Sumiyoshi-cho, in Anjo City. Later, in the 50s and particularly from January 1958, the company launched the first electric brushes in Japan.
The Makita ‘Empire’: From there, Makita has turned into one of the world's largest manufacturers of power tools with 11 manufacturing facilities spread around the world and a large number of subsidiaries.
Makita, a brand recognized internationally: Makita is now recognized for the quality of its tools. Makita offers a wide range of professional tools. For your power tools, Makita is a reference, the catalog includes more than 500 top quality tools, manufactured with advanced technology.
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