||Seijiro Minami, our founder, resigns Komatsu Ltd. and establishes Minami-gumi.
The company mainly provides remodeling and repair services for the hydraulic presses and machine tools of Komatsu Ltd.
||Reorganizes into Neagari Kosakusho and starts manufacturing hydraulic presses and water presses as the companyfs own products.
||Reorganizes into Neagari Kosakusho Co., Ltd., with a capital of one million
||Increases its capital to 6 million yen. Relocates the headquarters and the factory to the current location and newly constructs the buildings.
||Enters into a business and technological partnership with Osaka Kiko Co.,
Ltd. (current OKK Corporation) and develops a new field of hydraulic press.
||Increases its capital to 10 million yen and builds the second factory.
||Builds the third factory for upsizing of press products.
||Enters into a business partnership with Yuken Kogyo Co., Ltd, a global manufacturer of hydraulic equipment, and enters the field of special presses.
||Enters into a business partnership with Komatsu Ltd., a global manufacturer
of forging machinery.
||Establishes Neagari Co., Ltd., as the commercial division.
||Increases its capital to 97.5 million yen, adopts CAD, and expands the office.
Acquires more land next to the fourth factory and expands the fourth factory.
||Ties up with System Seiko Co., Ltd. and starts production of disk grinders
as an OEM.
||Starts dispatching employees to the human resource development company,
Iwill Co., Ltd.
||Obtains ISO 9001 certification based on the assessment by the High Pressure
Gas Safety Institute of Japan and registers as an ISO 9001 certified company.
||Converts half (the west side) of the third factory into a cleanroom to
start manufacturing liquid crystal manufacturing devices as an OEM.
||Inherits the powder molding press business of Yuken Kogyo Co., Ltd. and
opens the Tokyo Office.
||Builds the fifth factory (cleanroom) for upsizing and a boost in production of liquid crystal manufacturing devices.
Signs a manufacturing contract with FTL, a global manufacturer of fine blanking press, and starts production as an OEM.
||Installs a five-face machining center with a 3,000-mm-by-6,000-mm sized
table to cope with upsizing and a boost in production.
||Builds the sixth factory (cleanroom).
||Obtains ISO 14001 certification based on the assessment by the High Pressure Gas Safety Institute of Japan and registers as an ISO 9001 certified company.
||Becomes a group company of the Shibuya group and changes its name to NEAGARI
SHIBUYA Co., Ltd.