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.
Central Nippon Expressway Company Limited engages in the management, planning, development, and maintenance of expressways in Tokyo, Chubu, Hokuriku, and Kinki regions. The company, through its subsidiary, Exis, operates and manages commercial facilities in service areas and rest areas on toll expressways in central Japan.
They are continually seeking to innovate and improve their business and to create expressways that are ahead of their times in terms of safety, reliability, and comfort. In this way, they are helping to improve development and lives in local communities, revitalize the economy of Japan, and achieve sustainable global growth
Six Basic Corporate Policies
They are working to fulfill their mission by aiming to become an even better and stronger company. As steps towards this goal, they have established the following six basic corporate policies:
-Put the customer first
-Gain and keep the trust of the public
-Be deeply conscious of the environment
-Think and act from the bottom up
-Encourage good and satisfying teamwork
Basic Management Policies
Aiming to become the top expressway company in the world
-Providing delight and satisfaction to all their stakeholders
-Continually striving for new great advances