COC BOX

COC BOX

We use the paper instead of the plastic bag. The paper takes the moisture out rather than the condensation in the plastic bag.

Our Logo

Our Logo

Our logo

COC stands for Cross Ocean Company.  Sea turtles are born in Japan and migrate to Baja California Mexico and return to Japan to lay their eggs.  They cross the Pacific Ocean many times during their long life.  They have a beautiful shaped shell that allows them to swim long distances safely. This amazing creature has the longest lifespan with the longest migration on the planet.
This is what our logo represents and why it matters.

The design is for Long life to work connecting with the customers anywhere in the world.

CS2P11-203

CS2P11-203

This is the first COC product CS2P11-203. The beautiful housing and insert with stainless steel flingers are assembled nicely.

COC STORY

COC STORY

DESIGNED AND ENGINEERED WITH A PASSION AND SPIRIT OF INNOVATION.
WE WANT TO SHARE COC’S FUNCTION IN THE WORLD.

COC CEO / FOUNDER

Our Story

Our company name of COC came from CROSS OCEAN COMPANY which started when Eiichi Kobayashi invented a surfboard bag for his surf trips back in 2001.  He didn’t like the regular surfboard bags at the time because he used to bring three to four boards with different lengths depending on the surf in different destinations. His board bag is expandable and protects with a hard-plastic shell.  He made 50 pieces of them and sold out of them quickly but was so busy working for his family’s business FYH which is the first Japanese pillow block bearing manufacturer since 1950. So he did not have time to continue CROSS OCEAN.  CROSS OCEAN suspended operations when the last bag was sold.

Eiichi Kobayashi worked for FYH for 34 years and was the president of FYH and FYH USA, during that time he invented many new designs for FYH.  He left FYH in June of 2018 and came back to CROSS OCEAN.  He wants to continue to innovate bearing units rather than surfboard bags.