Where is Okuma from?
Okuma is a privately owned Taiwanese company that was founded in 1986. Okuma products are designed and distributed globally. They have offices around the world with its headquarters in Taiwan and a large team in California, USA.
Who is Okuma NZ?
Okuma Is distributed in NZ by Composite Developments (NZ) Ltd which is based in Albany, Auckland. This is family owned company that has been in the fishing industry since its inception in 1981. We have proudly represented Okuma in NZ since the mid 2000’s and have a close relationship with many of the other Okuma distributors around the world. See www.cdrods.co.nz for more details
Where are Okuma products made?
Okuma is unique in that it manufacturers the majority of its products in its own factories. From its high tech machining workshop in Taiwan to its state of the art rod factory in China all of its factories work on the same principles of innovating and developing the highest quality product.
The Okuma NZ team visit these factories on a regular basis and have a close hand in the reel development. Okuma NZ customise and design its entire rod range for NZ conditions. A lot of global product testing is also done in our neck of the woods as we have such a wide range of conditions and species.
How do I join the pro team?
Our pro team are our family and we are always looking for new members to test and represent our gear. We try to review our team annually but if you are out there doing awesome things, you will get noticed. The best thing to do is tag us on social media when you are sharing your adventures, show us that you are awesome and represent our brand. We will get in touch with you.
If you feel you aren’t being noticed, please get in touch at email@example.com with a bit about yourself and with what you can do for the brand.
Where do I get my reel serviced or claim a warranty
Please see the servicing page here or the warranty page here
Want to know more?
Check out Okuma internationals site here https://www.okumafishing.com/en/page/Brand-Story/brand-story.html