||Commercial business spun off from Electronics Systems Company and established as Communication & Control Systems Company.
Singapore Representative Office reorganized as a branch office, TOKYO KEIKI INC. SINGAPORE BRANCH.
TOKYO KEIKI PRECISION TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD relocates to permanent facilities in Hi-Tech Park, Da Nang.
||Introduced company-based organizational structure.
||Established Singapore Representative Office.
Established TOKYO KEIKI PRECISION TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD hydraulic equipment manufacturing base in Vietnam.
||Established Chinese subsidiary, TOKYO KEIKI(SHANGHAI) CO., LTD.
||Electronic Systems Division establishes Sensing Control Systems Dept.
||Restored TOKYO KEIKI corporate name.
||Established Maritime Traffic Dept. in Electronics Systems Division.
||Established TOKIMEC KOREA HYDRAULICS CO.,LTD.(Present, TOKIMEC KOREA POWER CONTROL CO., LTD. )
||Established TOKIMEC RAIL TECHNO INC.(Present, TOKYO KEIKI RAIL TECHNO INC.)
||Celebrated 100th anniversary in operation.
Established TOKIMEC CONSTRUCTION SYSTEMS INC.(Present, TOKYO KEIKI CONSTRUCTION SYSTEMS INC.)
||Changed the company name from Tokyo Keiki Co., Ltd. to TOKIMEC INC.
||Constructed new head office building and R&D center
||Entered the field of factory automation and construction equipment with a product line centered around inertial sensor technology.
||Developed radar warning system used in the F-4EJ fighter plane.
||Developed world's first commercial ultrasound flow meter.
||Began manufacture of hydraulic equipment.
||Developed Japan's first marine radar system.
||Head Office moved to Kamata, Tokyo.
||Began development of aeronautic instruments.
||Began manufacturing Sperry gyrocompasses.
||Began manufacturing compasses, depth sounders, and other navigation instruments and equipment.
||Established in Koishikawa, Tokyo as Japan's first measuring instrument manufacturing of pressure gauges and other measuring devices.