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Company history

1912
Nippon Enamel Co., Ltd., incorporated.
1945
Manufacture of enameled ironware for home use begun.
1957
Japan's first stainless steel sink press developed.
1962
World first enameled kitchen developed.
1971
Company renamed TAKARA STANDARD CO.,LTD.
1973
Company listed on First Section of Osaka Securities Exchange.
Company listed on First Section of Tokyo Stock Exchange.
1974
Tonami Factory constructed.
1976
Kashima Factory constructed.
1977
Hong Kong showroom opened.
Distribution of enameled kitchens begun.
1982
Distribution of stainless steel unit bus begun first in Japan.
Yawata Enamel Co., Ltd. (now Fukuoka Factory) acquired and merged.
1986
Distribution of enameled system kitchens begun.
1988
Seki Factory constructed.
1991
Operation of Shiga Factory begun.
Operation of Saitama Factory begun.
1993
"Verses of Osaka" wall mural produced for JR Shin-Osaka Station.
1996
Operation of No. 2 Fukuoka Factory begun.
1999
T.S. Hokuriku Co., Ltd. (now Hokuriku Factory) acquired and merged.
T.S. Seiki Co., Ltd. (now Biwako Factory) acquired and merged.
2000
Takagi Industrial Co., Ltd. acquired and merged.
T.S. Kikaku Co., Ltd. acquired and merged.
2002
Nippon Frit Co., Ltd. spun off as subsidiary.
2005
Takara Horo Co., Ltd. (now Nagoya Factory) acquired and merged.
2007
Takara Cyubou Co., Ltd. acquired and merged.
2012
Silver Industrial Co., Ltd. (now Mishima Factory, Niigata Factory) acquired and merged.
Company had the 100th anniversary of the foundation.
2013
Wakayama Takara Industrial Co., Ltd. (now Wakayama Factory) acquired and merged.
2014
Takagi Industrial Co., Ltd. (now Chiba Factory, Gifu Factory) acquired and merged.

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