Established at 1-35 Komagome, Toshima-ku, Tokyo, as Tanaka Paint Industries Co., Ltd. with a capital of 200,000 yen.
Started production of phenolic resin molding materials.
Relocated to 4-11-26 Nishi-Rokugo, Ota-ku, Tokyo.
Changed the corporate name to Fudow Chemical Industries Co., Ltd., and established the foundation of the present company.
Started production of phenolic resin laminated materials.
Capital increased to 230 million yen. Entered into a close business partnership with Japan Gas Chemical Co., Inc. (currently Mitsubishi Gas Chemical Company, Inc.).
Listed on the Second Section of the Tokyo and Osaka Stock Exchanges.
Started manufacturing of diallyl phthalate molding materials. Capital increased to 375 million yen.
Established the phenolic resin molding materials manufacturing company, Tomei Chemical Industrial Co., Ltd., in Kani city, Gifu, Japan.
Started manufacturing of large, low-foam molded plastic products at the Hiratsuka Plant.
Started manufacturing of unsaturated polyester molding materials.
Succeeded in the productization of reinforced phenolic resin for use as a metal substitute in the machinery industry.
Started sale of reinforced phenolic resin parts for machine tools (machining centers), as well as carbon-fiber composite phenolic resin parts.
Absorbed and merged Fudow Chemical Co., Ltd. and enhanced and expanded the development of large molded products. Capital reached 550 million yen.
Absorbed and merged three related subsidiaries (Central Kasei Co., Ltd., Taiyo Sangyo Co., Ltd. and Fudow Trading Co., Ltd.) and changed the corporate name to Fudow Co., Ltd.
Increased capital to 1.058 billion yen.
Transferred the manufacturing base for thermosetting resin molding materials to the new Fujinomiya Plant.
Moved the Head Office to 7-20-5, Nishi-Kamata, Ota-ku, Tokyo.
Succeeded the business rights for xylene resins from Mitsubishi Gas Chemical Company, Inc.
Changed the corporate name of the related subsidiary Tomei Chemical Industrial Co., Ltd. to Fudow Techno Corporation to be organized into a production affiliate.
Became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Mitsubishi Gas Chemical Company, Inc. through share exchange.
Split-off the Taiyo Sangyo Division as the subsidiary Taiyo Sangyo Co., Ltd.
Made Y.K.M. Co., Ltd. a subsidiary.
Absorbed and merged Macroboard, Co., Ltd. to establish the Gamagori Plant.
Relocated the Head Office to Shin-Yokohama, Kohoku-ku, Yokohama.
Introduced autoclave equipment to the Research & Development Division (Fujinomiya Plant).
Added a D-type granulating machine (for polyester resin) to achieve the successful order taking of terminals for smart meters.
Introduced a photovoltaic power generation system at the Fujinomiya Plant and started selling electric power.
Achieved a zero-accident record for 600,000 hours in a row at the Gamagori Plant.
Established the Quality Assurance Division, which controls the Quality Assurance Offices (Sections) of all plants.
Established Tsubakimoto Fudow Machinery Attachments (Tianjin) Co., Ltd. (joint corporation with Tsubakimoto Chain Co., Ltd.) in Tianjin, People’s Republic of China.
Introduced a five-axis processing machine to Y.K.M. Co., Ltd.
Celebrated the 80th anniversary of the founding of the company.
Hideaki MATUSMOTO assumed the position of President and CEO.
Established the Kita-Kanto Sales Office of the Marketing Division in Tatebayashi City, Gunma. Relocated the sales departments for molded products and the CF business of the Structure Members Sales Group to the Hiratsuka Plant.
Transferred all shares of Taiyo Sangyo Co., Ltd. to OCHI Holdings Co., Ltd.