Corporate Profile

NEXCO CENTRAL
Company Name Central Nippon Expressway Company Limited
Established October 1, 2005
( by privatization of Japan Highway Public Corporation (JH),
which was established in 1956)
Head Office Nagoya, Japan
President & CEO Yoshihito Miyaike
Employees 2,112* – Non-consolidated
9,804* – Consolidated
Common Stock 65 billion JPY (577 million USD)

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Our History

For 60 years, NEXCO-Central and its predecessor corporation, Japan Highway Public Corporation, have been engaged in expressway design, construction, inspection,maintenance and rest areas. Since its establishment in 2005, NEXCO-Central has been expanding its business areas and serving as a leading expressway company in Japan.

1956 Japan Highway Public Corporation (JH) established.
1963 Japan’s first expressway – The Meishin Expressway – opens.
1969 The Tomei Expressway opens.
1973 The total length of JH’s expressways exceeds 1,000 kilometers.
1982 The total length of JH’s expressways exceeds 3,000 kilometers.
1996 The total length of JH’s expressways exceeds 6,000 kilometers.
2001 Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) system introduced.
2005 JH split into three companies.
NEXCO-Central established.
2006 The total length of the three companies’ expressways exceeds 7,000 kilometers.
2008 First overseas office established in Hanoi, Vietnam.
2012 The Shin Tomei Expressway (Shizuoka prefecture part: 162km) opens.
2016 The Shin Tomei Expressway (Aichi prefecture part: 55km) opens.
pening of the Meishin Expressway
Opening of the Meishin Expressway
pening of the Meishin Expressway
Opening of the Tomei Expressway
The Total Length of JH's Expressways Exceeds 3,000 kilometers
The Total Length of JH's Expressways Exceeds 3,000 kilometers

Opening of the Shin Tomei Expressway
Opening of the Shin Tomei Expressway