TECH CORPORATION

Corporate History

Jan. 1977 Yanai Ming Center established in Tabuse-cho, Kumage-gun, Yamaguchi Prefecture.
Apr. 1984 Established Yanai Ming Center limited company 1.5 million yen Capitalization.
Oct. 1987 Name of the company changes to Auto Tec Co., Ltd.
Headquarters moves to Desio-cho, Minami-ku, Hiroshima City.
Sep. 1990 Capital is increased to 15 million yen as the business expands.
Oct. 1990 Name of the company changes to TECH CORPORATION Co., Ltd.
Oct. 1991 Tokyo branch is established in Ueno, Taito-ku, Tokyo.
Apr. 1992 Capital increased to 30 million yen as the business expands.
Dec. 1992 Company establishes a business with tie-up with United Starry Manufacturing in Taipei.
Feb. 1995 Headquarters moved to Mikawa-cho, Naka-ku, Hiroshima City.
Aug. 1995 Osaka branch established in Kitahama, Chuo-ku, Osaka.
Nov. 1996 Hiroshima Chuo branch established in Danbara, Minami-ku, Hiroshima City.
Dec. 1998 Capital increased to 50 million yen as the business expands.
Ecology system division Development Center is established.

Jun. 1999

The biotechnology based scentless, high-speed reduction and garbage processing system receives the "1999 Original Research result & Development Promotion Business award" from the Japan Science and Technology Corporation.

Aug. 1999

Company receives the "1999 Venture Company Business Support Financing" by the Hiroshima Prefecture Industrial Promotion foundation.

Nov. 1999

Company receives the "Hiroshima City most up-to-date Enterprise on Science and Technology Research and Development award" by the Hiroshima City Economic Affairs Bureau Economy and Promotion.

Nov. 1999 Company begins the import and sales of the Assisted Living products from from Europe and the United States.
Jan. 2000 Company is recognized as an official "Research and Development Enterprise" under the Hiroshima Prefecture Small and Medium-sized Enterprise Creation Activity Program.
Nov. 2000 Sendai branch is established in Tstsumi-cho, Aoba-ku, Sendai City.
May 2001 Kanazawa office is established in Sainen, Kanazawa City.
Sep. 2001 Fukuoka branch is established in Tenjin, Chuo-ku, Fukoka City.
Nov. 2001 Sendai branch moves to Chuo, Aoba-ku, Sendai City.

Feb. 2002

Company is certified as an "Quality Investment Corporation" by the Hiroshima Venture Promotion Organization.

Apr. 2002 Kanazawa office becomes an independent entity, Tech Corporation Hokuriku.
Ecology system division Development Center moves to Mokuzaikoukita, Hatsukaichi City, Hiroshima Prefecture, and the name is changed into Hatsukaichi Development Center.
May. 2002 Capital is increased to 70 million yen by the allocation of new shares to a third party by HC 2nd Public Investment fund in Hiroshima Prefecture.
Jul. 2002 Sapporo branch is established in Kitaichijonishi, Chuo-ku, Sapporo City.

Mar. 2003

Company receives the "Yamaguchi Bank Regional Corporate Subsidy Fund" award.

Apr. 2003

Company is approved by the Japanese Recycling Equipment Liaison Council as a qualifed member.

May 2003

Company is certified as an "Enterprise with Corporate Bonds and Share Options" by the Osaka Samll and Medium-sized Business Investment & Consultation Association.

Jul. 2003 Nagoya office is established in Meieki, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya City as a branch office.
Aug. 2003 Tokyo branch moves to Kyobashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo.
Las Vegas, Nevada representative office is established in the United States.

May. 2004

Company receives the "12th Annual Chugoku Regional Special New Business" award from the Chugoku Regional New Business Conference.

Sep. 2004 Company is selcted as an "Guaranteed Corporate Bond Enterprise" by the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi

Apr. 2005

Company is certified according to the International ISO14001:2004 quality standards for Environmental Management.

Dec. 2005 Osaka branch moves to Aduchi-cho, Chuo-ku, Osaka City.

Apr. 2006

Company is certified according to the International ISO14001:2004 quality standards for Environmental Management.(Update)

May 2006

Company began sales of the ecological hygiene system "ESS Series".

Oct. 2007

Company began sales of the Active water clarification system "SASARA".

Jan. 2008 Name of the Hiroshima Chuo Office changed to Danbara Training Center.
Apr. 2008 Company is certified according to the International ISO14001:2004 quality standards for Environmental Management.(Update)
Apr. 2011 Company is certified according to the International ISO14001:2004 quality standards for Environmental Management.(Update)

Oct. 2012

Received the adoption of the subsidy "Clustering business of Environment purification in Hiroshima 2013" from Hiroshima Prefecture.

Mar. 2013 Osaka branch moves to Dojima, Kita-ku, Osaka City.

May. 2013

Company received the adoption of the subsidy "Clustering business of Environment purification in Hiroshima 2014" from Hiroshima Prefecture.

May. 2013

Company received the adoption of the subsidy "The trial manufacture development supporting subsidy for the medium and small-sized business, the small-scale company 2013" from Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry(Federations of Small Business Associations).

Feb. 2014

Company received the authorization of "Plan of development in new coordinated business field for a different type of business" By Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (the Small and Medium Enterprise Agency)

Apr. 2015 Hiroshima Development Center is established in Otsuka-nishi, Asaminami-ku, Hiroshima City.
Kanazawa office is established in Kamitsutsumi-cho, Kanazawa City.
Jul. 2015 Sendai branch moves to 1 Chuo, Aoba-ku, Sendai City.

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