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Dear Customer,

We would like to notify you of a pricing adjustment effective on July 1, 2021. Due to the recent price increase in copper and resin, we must unfortunately raise the price of our products at this time. The price increase is also the result of increased costs of freight, packaging, and labor.

We have endeavored to find cost savings to avoid this price adjustment, however, we are afraid that there is no alternative that allows us to maintain the same quality of products and services under these circumstances.

We wish to thank you for your valued business, and trust that you will understand the necessity for this price increase. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at any time.

To avoid production delay due to orders that exceed production capacity, orders will be limited to monthly average of the previous year until the price adjustment on July 1, 2021.

Sincerely yours,

2677 American Lane
Elk Grove Village, IL 60007
(630) 351-1958

Notice of Discontinued Products: TMEV/ ICTV

In recent years, we have been working on the provision of “environmentally friendly products” as one of our most important issues, as requested by many of our customers. Based on this policy, we have decided to discontinue the production of terminals made of polyvinyl chloride (4 types), which contain environmentally hazardous substances. They are going to be replaced with environmentally friendly polycarbonate terminals.
Your understanding and cooperation are greatly appreciated. Details of discontinued and replacement products are as follows.

Discontinued products: All part numbers of TMEV/ICTV (4 types)

End of production: at the end of December 2020

  • Sales of discontinued products will continue while supplies last.
  • We do not accept returns or exchanges for discontinued products. TMEV/ICTV will be gradually switched to polycarbonate products.
  • We would like to request you to switch from discontinued products to alternative products as soon as possible.
  • NO PRICE CHANGE, it will be the same price with TMEV / ICTV price.
  • Butt splices, Parallel connectors and Disconnects, which are vinyl-insulated, will remain the same.
  • No change in associated tools except NC 10A, an applicator for NCA/NCM 100.

Should you have any enquiries further information, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Operations Update Regarding COVID-19

To Our Valued Customers:

As everyone is in the midst of unprecedented and challenging times, our first thought is for the safety and well-being of our customers, employees and their families. As the situation continues to affect our world, we wanted to reach out and let you know that we are still operating to serve your electrical terminal needs with limited business hours, Monday to Friday from 10 AM to 4 PM in CST until April 30th or until otherwise directed by the local government.

Nichifu is considered an essential business as it provides electrical terminals, connectors and relative tools used to create necessary cables to deliver electricity in many areas of our daily lives. During this crisis, we would like to rise above the unknown situation and contribute to building equipment to help the American and world economy move forward by fulfilling orders in the business to business community.

Please know that we are sensitive to concern of how the virus is spread. We are practicing social distancing, disinfecting high traffic surfaces as well as washing of hands in our warehouse.

Let us know how we can help your business to move forward in your electrical terminal needs.


Joe Ishikawa

General Manager
Nichifu America, Inc.

Two Innovating Technologies that could change the Manufacturing industry

As we enter the year 2018, nearly every manufacturing company is seeking new ways to help them create their products cheaper, better and faster. The million-dollar question is what are the emerging technologies and innovations that are available?  
  1. Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Several manufacturing industries are operating high risk and demanding tasks which often require the work of several humans. Tasks such as operating machinery at extreme temperatures or dangerous speeds add a life-threatening risk and liability for a human worker. Artificial Intelligence has the potential to eliminate this risk when implemented to perform tasks that would otherwise be dangerous for a person. As AI continues to improve, the more complex tasks can be programed into machinery to mitigate and perform a manufacturing tasks more efficiently. Other potential benefits allow for more predictable maintenance as well as added security when sensitive data is involved. The most controversial aspect of AI brings worry to human workers potentially being replaced entirely by machines. While there are some tasks that have been completely replaced with AI robots, there are many who believe that this will add to more jobs to the manufacturing industry.
  1. Block Chain
Digital technology has become necessary to program complex tasks in machinery. As manufacturing industries depend more on computers, an added level of transparency is needed to protect sensitive information from leaking. With machinery operated by computers, leaves an opportunity for any malicious hacker to steal valuable information or even worse, cause a machine to dangerously malfunction. Block Chain adds an extra level of security which essentially solves the problem of manipulation. Because data must be distributed and cannot be copied or manufacturing, any person who would try to tamper with a device will require tremendous amount of computer power to override the entire network. Are these technologies right for you? Your decision on if to implement these technologies for your company should weigh on cost, efficiency, security, and data protection. These technologies are still very young and may not be necessary just yet. On the other spectrum, these technologies could exponentially boost your productivity.