The Japanese corporation NGK is a world-famous manufacturer of technical ceramic products: automotive spark and glow plugs, oxygen sensors, and other automotive components. The abbreviation NGK stands for Nippon Gaishi Kaisya, which literally means 'Japanese Insulator Factory'. Since its foundation (1936), the small company has grown into a group of NGK Spark Plug Co enterprises with its head office in Nagoya (Japan) and 11 industrial enterprises in various countries. More than 20 sales branches ensure reliable and prompt delivery of products under the NGK and NTK trademarks.
Each year, NGK produces over 500 million spark plugs from a vast assortment of 1,500 different types. Thanks to their superior quality and high reliability, NGK spare parts are known in every country and have earned well-deserved recognition among millions of consumers. Numerous know-how of the company allowed us to develop unique products that fully fit the requirements of new gasoline and diesel engines. NGK's proprietary research centers in the USA, Europe and Japan ensure successful competition with other manufacturers of auto parts and components.
The impeccable reputation of a reliable supplier has provided the company with stable demand far beyond the borders of the country of the rising sun: NGK auto parts are in high demand for equipping production and sports cars.
Large European automakers Audi, BMW, Daimler AG, Fiat, Ford, Jaguar, Peugeot, Volkswagen, Volvo and others chose NGK spark plugs and ngk high-voltage wires for the assembly of serial cars. The unique products of the Japanese manufacturer ngk have found application in motor sports. Recognized Formula 1 racing leaders McLaren-Mercedes and Ferrari are installing candles in NGK sports car engines.
Another group of accessories included in the product range is NTK oxygen sensors (lambda umbrellas). Some European automakers - BMW, Citroen, Fiat, Aston Martin, Jaguar, Opel, Peugeot, Renault, Rover, Volvo, VW - use oxygen sensors to equip production cars.