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KSB Group is a specialized pumps and valves manufacturer, founded in 1871 by the three founders, i.e., Klein, Schanzlin and Becker in Frankenthal, a city in western Germany.

To this present day, we continue to make contribution to the society by financially providing a stable business foundation and global network, offering a wide range of high-quality product lineups, and providing after-sales service that enables quick and detailed response to various industries. While respecting the spirit and tradition of a long-established factory, we will always strive to deliver the latest technology to our customer.

About us

KSB Ltd. was established in 1990 as a Japanese corporation of KSB Group, and handles all products of KSB Group as a professional in pump and valve. All employees of KSB Ltd continue to do their best to meet various requests and expectations from customers. We sincerely look forward to hearing from you.

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Locations across Japan

KSB Ltd. is headquartered in Tokyo and has a sales office in Osaka. In addition, the Osaka sales office has a service shop, which mainly handles after-sales service for valves.

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KSB Group

The KSB Group is one of the leading suppliers of quality pumps and valves and related services with an annual sales revenue of almost 2400 million euros, the company has a presence on all continents with its own sales and marketing organisations, manufacturing facilities and service operations. KSB employs more than 15,000 people.

The success of the company is founded on innovative technology that is the fruit of its own global research and development activities. As well as customers and employees, KSB also serves society at large. Examples of our CSR activities include environmental and educational projects. We are committed to the United Nations’ Global Compact. Its principles reinforce social, environmental and economic fairness worldwide.