Company Profile

Company NameANA Trading Corp., U.S.A.
Date of EstablishmentOctober 4, 1971
Paid-in-Capital$1 million
Total Revenues$20 million
Number of Employees58

Board of Directors

PresidentHideto Osada
Senior Executive Vice PresidentYuji Suzuki
Vice President & DirectorHisato Teruyama
Vice President & DirectorTsutomu Izumitani
Main Office Los Angeles Main Office
Los Angeles Main Office
3625 Del Amo Boulevard, Suite 300
Torrance, CA 90503
Tel: (310) 542-2500
Fax: (310) 542-2501
Branches New York Branch
New York Branch
630 3rd Avenue, 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10017
Tel: (917) 332-4060
Fax: (917) 332-4065
Seattle Branch
Seattle Branch
320 120th Avenue, N.E., Suite B200
Bellevue, WA 98005
Tel: (425) 454-8638
Fax: (425) 453-8195


The role and duties of the ALL NIPPON AIRWAYS TRADING Group within the ANA Group

As a trading Group responsible for diverse businesses within the ANA Group our mission is to utilize our originality, flexibility, and foresight as tools through which we create new added value and contribute to the realization of an enriched society.

Earning the Gratitude of our Customers


As the U.S. corporation responsible for ANA Group’s business diversification, we aspire to become an organization that will assume a central role in overseas business development by:

  • Generating new businesses based on existing networks and know-how (cultivated through the fixed commission business with ANA).
  • Empowering globally successful employees, thereby contributing to ANA Group’s overall growth.
  • Cultivating a corporate culture that encourages innovation from its employees.


1971 10/4Established operations and offices in Burbank, California with $30,000 USD working capital.
1972 6Joined with BF Goodrich and five other vendors to purchase aircraft parts for ANA’s Boeing 727 and 737s.
1974 4/16Increased operating capital to $100,000.
1975 4Launched New York branch.
1976 6Began exports of fresh fruits.
1977 4Main office moved from Burbank, CA to downtown Los Angeles (Security Pacific Plaza)
9Opened Seattle branch to coordinate ANA’s purchases of Boeing 747s.
1980ANA began sales of surplus aircraft parts.
1985 10/1Gift delivery service to Japan launched.
1986 12Awarded vendor contract for handling ANA’s in-flight wines.
1987 8Changed company name to ANA TRADING CORP U.S.A.
1988 9/30Working capital increased to $500,000.
1989 7Signed sales representative agreement with Mariani Packing.
1992 3Leasing of Beechcraft A36 and A58 to IFTA began.
1993 2Working capital increased to $1,000,000.
2001 7ANA started gift deliveries of Washington cherries, an industry first.
2003 1Los Angeles office relocated to Torrance, California.
11ANA GIFT website launched.
2005 3ASA 100 Accreditation for distributing avaiation parts granted.
5Sales of bananas from Equador based Tanabe Farms began.
2007 1Agent sales and service began in North America for industrial solder maker Nihon Almit Co. Ltd.
8Became exclusive agent of Grower Direct (walnuts) for the Japanese marketplace.
2009 12Sales of retired aircraft parts began with teardown of a B767-300.
2010 10Transferred Tokyo Keiki U.S.A. electronic component procurement to ANATU.
2011 6Started shipping parts for Boeing 787 Dreamliner.
2013 3Los Angeles Main Office moved to current location.