Yazaki K. K. Sogyo (Japanese矢 崎 総 业 株式会社, Yazaki Sogyo Kabushiki - gaisha, Eng. Yazaki Corporation) is a native of Japan automotive suppliers. He made ​​Verkablungssätze, connectors, displays and combination switch.

The today according to IEC 62196 as SAE J1772 Type 1 standard charger plug for electric vehicles goes back to a draft of the company in 2009 and is mainly in Japanese electric vehicles ( Nissan Leaf, Mitsubishi i- MiEV ), but also the Chevrolet Volt and Opel Ampera, or French mia used.

The Group consists of 162 subsidiaries (75 in Japan) and employs 192 541 people in 39 countries (of which 21 285 in Japan).

Its customers include General Motors, Ford, Toyota, Jaguar Land Rover, PSA, Nissan and Honda. The company employs 29 368 employees in Germany about 320 at the locations Morfelden- Walldorf, Leinfelden, Regensburg, Wolfsburg and Cologne. European

The U.S. Justice Department announced on 30 January 2012 that it has uncovered significant price agreements between Automobilzulieferen. Yazaki then agreed to pay a fine of 470 million U.S. dollars, were further four senior executives covered with prison sentences of up to two years.