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- April, 1938
- Established as Nitto Seikan Co., Ltd. in Itabashi-ku, Tokyo. Started manufacturing cigarette paper filter, designated by Japan Monopoly Corp. and vanished sleevings for electrical insulation.
- August, 1947
- Merged with Nihon Shikan Gomei K.K. and started manufacturing cigarette packaging paraffin-waxed paper for Japan Monopoly Corp.
- April, 1950
- Established the Ibaraki Plant as an exclusive cigarette packaging paper factory in Inaraki City, Osaka.
- November, 1953
- Established the Osaka Sales Office.
- October, 1954
- Started manufacturing cheese wrapper (PARASEALR)
- Janualy, 1955
- Started manufacturing silicone resin-treated products and laminates.
- March, 1961
- Started manufacturing copepr-clad laminates for printed wiring boards.
- November, 1967
- Become the first manufacturing in Japan succeeded in mass-production of copper-clad laminates for flexible printed wiring boards.
- April, 1968
- Established the Sakado Plant as an execusive laminate manufacturing factory in Sakado City, Saitama-pref.
- June, 1970
- Established Nikkan Denzai Co.,Ltd. as electrical insulating material manufacturing subsidiary in Shiwa-gun, Iwate-pref.
- October, 1971
- Merged with Takaya Denki (K.K.), increasing the capital to \150 million.
- October, 1971
- Renamed Nikkan Industries Co., Ltd.
- April, 1974
- Established Toyo Electronics Corp., through merger with Mitsui Shipyard and Shinko Denki, and separatied its electronic equipment division.
- February, 1975
- Completed the Nikkan Building in Ohokayama, Meguro-ku and consequently transferred the head office.
- May, 1977
- Mr. Yoshio Moroi was assigned to company president.
- April, 1985
- Established Takahagi Nillan Co., Ltd. as copper-clad laminates for flexible printed wiring boards manufacturing subsidiary in Takahagi City, Ibaraki-pref.
- October, 1985
- Capital grew to \280 million as a result of successive capital increases.
- October, 1988
- Established NTC Corp., as a subsidiary.
- March, 1989
- Formed a business tie-up with Dupont Group concerning manufacture / sales and technology of copper-clad laminates for flexible printed wirinf boards.
- April, 1990
- Nikkan Denzai Kyogo Co., Ltd. completed its new plant.
- April, 1991
- Established Iwate Nikkan Co., Ltd. as copper-clad laminates for printed wiring boards manufacturing subsidiary in Shiba County, Iwate-pref.
- October, 1992
- Iwate Nikkan Co., Ltd. completed its main plant.
- December, 1997
- R&D Engineering Dept. relocated from Itabashi Plant to Sakado Plant.
- April, 1998
- Discontinued production of cheese wrapping paper named (PARASEALR) at Itabashi Plant and had our associated company started production under our technical assistance.
- September, 1999
- Started on a new project to make better use Itabashi Plant.
- February, 2000
- “Nikkan Mitsugi Heights” completed on site of former Itabashi Plant.
- December, 2000
- Discontinued production of packaging materials at Ibaraki Plant and had our associated company started its production under technical assistance.
- April, 2001
- Nikkan (Thailand) Co., Ltd. established as first overseas manufacturing subsidiary.
- October, 2002
- Established Shanghai Representative Office.
- May, 2003
- Nikkan Denzai Kogyo Co., Ltd. started production of composite materials using a dry laminator.
- May, 2006
- Takahagi Nikkan Co., Ltd. installed a 4th dry laminator.
- September, 2007
- Nikkan Denzai Kogyo Co., Ltd. installed a 2nd dry laminator.
- October, 2011
- Iwate Nikkan Co., Ltd. merged with Nikkan Denzai Kogyo Co., Ltd.