Established former company called Michimoto Iron Works by the founder, Saichiro Michimoto, in Ikuno, Osaka, Japan.
Fig. 33. Utica 1050-8 Lineman’s Pliers,
with Insets for Side View and Reverse Detail,
Reorganized Osaka Penchi Co., Ltd. with a capital of ¥185,000
Approved as JIS (Japanese Industrial Standards) factory.
The company's products were exhibited to The Emperor representing the pliers industry.
Received an investment of 23 million Yen from the Osaka Small and Medium Business Investment & Consultation Co., Ltd.
Constructed the new head office and plant building in Matsubara, Higashi-Osaka City
Introduced the new equipment facility (Komatsu Maypres) for the first time in Japan.
Received another re-investment of 7 million Yen from the Osaka Small Business and Medium Investment & Consultation Co., Ltd.
Changed the company name to FUJIYA Penchi Co., Ltd.
Built new forging plant at Kano, Higashi-Osaka City.
Changed the company name to FUJIYA Co., Ltd.
Rebuilt Osaka Head office building and warehouse.
Yasunobu Nozaki assumed the presidency.
Chosen as the "IT-utilizing management innovation model business " by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry.
Changed to new corporate logo marks.
Introduced the company-wide management system "Sasuga Ver. FUJIYA".
Enlarged the head office plant to introduce modern facilities, including blade grinders.
Established "FUJIYA MANUFACTURING VIETNAM" as a 100%-owned manufacturing subsidiary in Vietnam.
The head office plant acquired the new JIS certification.
FUJIYA MANUFACTURING VIETNAM CO., LTD. acquired the new JIS certification.
Established FUJIYA International Co., Ltd. as a trading company.
Completed the construction and relocation of the new plant in Vietnam.
Installed Laser Quenching Device.
Established sales office in Ho Chi Minh city, Viet Nam.
HANAZONO TOOL MFG.CO.,LTD
join FUJIYA group.