June 1965 Akira Takamura established the privately owned Takamura transport Company
in Tsukinukizawa,Nasu-Shiobara city, Tochigi Prefecture.
April 1970 Company name changed to Takamura Mokkoujo (woodworking shop), shifting the mainstay
business from logistics to manufacturing
May 1991 Akihiko Takamura assumed the office of Representative Director; Akira Takamura assumed
the office of Chairman
January 1993 Company name changed to Takamura Industries
June 1993 A Building added to No. 2 Plant
April 1994 B Building added to No. 2 Plant
June 1994 Introduced corrugators (Type 2200 by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries), corrugated cardboard
manufacturing equipment, to make an entry into the corrugated cardboard industry.
August 1994 Headquarters and rest house newly built.
February 1995 Commenced the manufacturing and sales of single-face corrugated cardboard and
laminated core (cushioning material)
October 1995 Company name changed to Takamura Co., Ltd., incorporated with a capitalization
of 10,000,000 yen.
August 1996 Designated as "Tri-Wall North Kanto Agency", the first Tri-Wall Japan Co., Ltd.
agency in Japan. (Introduced a full set of carton formers) Commenced
manufacturing and sales.
In Dec.1985, Fukuoka Paper and Honshu Paper (currently Oji Interpacket) merged
into Tri-Wall Japan Co., Ltd, commenced the manufacturing and marketing of Tri-Wall.
October 2000 Commenced packaging contractor business
December 2001 Takamura's Otawara Factory (dedicated to the manufacturing of Tri-Wall) established
February 2002 Commenced the manufacturing and sales of general purpose corrugated cardboard
(installed a full set of printer-slotter carton formers); former headquarter plant
July 2002 Introduced cutting machines (Tokyo Decks)
April 2004 Headquarters and Headquarter Plant were established (Nikuchou, Nasushiobara city)
April 2004 Sagamihara Plant established, producing and marketing enhanced corrugated cardboard.
June 2004 Increasing the number of cutting machines (Nippon Seizuki) installed in the headquarters/plant
January 2005 Capital increased to 12,000,000 yen
May 2005 Logistics Center established (at former Otawara Plant)
April 2006 Logistics Center moved to Mishima, Nasushiobara city.
August 2006 Establishing new warehouses in Sagamihara, installing axis crane
(commenced packaging contractor business)
February 2007 Yokohama Plant established; plant established in Tsurumi for producing and marketing
enhanced corrugated cardboard
September 2007 Installed cutting machines (Humantech) in the headquarter factory
April 2008 Licensed for Specified Worker Dispatching Undertaking, commenced contract worker
March 2009 Merged Logistics Center and No. 2 Plant, integrating all operations into No. 2 Plant.
April 2009 Moved Yokohama Plant to Tsunashima, Kohoku-ku, Yokohama city, opening it as Yokohama
May 2009 Moved cutting machines (NSK) for installation at Yokohama Business Office
May 2009 Installing a new cutting machine in the Logistics Center (fourth installation)
January 2010 Yokohama Business Office closed (transferring business operations to Sagamihara Plant).
April 2010 Installed the second cutting machine (Humantech) in the Headquarter Plant.
November 2010 President Akira Takamura resigns
October 2011 Representative Director Akihiko Takamura retired at the end of October
November 2011 Tadao Yanase assumed office as Representative Director of Takamura Co., Ltd.
April 2012 Shuhei Takamura assumed office as Senior Managing Director of Takamura Co., Ltd.
May 2012 Former Representative Director Akihiko Takamura established TAKAMURA Inc. and assumed
office as Representative Director.
April 2013 Headquarters and No. 2 Plant merged and moved to Otawara city, Tochigi prefecture;
new plants established (Kami-ishigami, Otawara city)
April 2013 UV printer (Mimaki Engineering) introduced (print range: 1900x3000x50H)
May 2013 Turning the former headquarters premises (Nikuchou, Nasushiobara city) into rental
warehouses (building area of 800 tsubo); turning some of the warehouses in Mishima,
Nasushiobara city into rental warehouses (building area of 150 tsubo), commenced
September 2013 Moving Sagamihara Plant to Shimokuzawa, Chuo-ku, Sagamihara city
(building area of 600 tsubo)
June 2014 Akihiko Takamura assumed office of Representative Director at Takamura Co.,
January 2015 Planning Office newly added
January 2015 Solar-power business launched at the site of former No. 2 Plant
March 2015 Fifth cutting machine (NSK) installed
March 2016 Representative Director Takamura certified as Responsible Person Undertaking Dispatching
(obtaining the certificate of attendance at lectures to become Responsible Person
May 2016 One of the cutting machines (Humantech) at headquarters moved to Sagamihara Plant for
One of the cutting machines at headquarters replaced with one produced by ACS
June 2016 Cutting machine (ACS) added at headquarters
July 2017 Oyama Plant established; Latex Printer (HP) installed at Planning Office
July 2018 Oyama Plant moved to Kayahashi; Osaka Plant established
August 2018 Indonesia Office established
January 2019 PT.TAKAMUEA SAFEWAY INDONESIA established
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