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Company History

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2015 Commercial business spun off from Electronics Systems Company and established as Commnucation & 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.
2013 Introduced company-based organizational structure.
2012 Established Singapore Representative Office.
Established TOKYO KEIKI PRECISION TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD hydraulic equipment manufacturing base in Vietnam.
2011 Established Chinese subsidiary, TOKYO KEIKI(SHANGHAI) CO., LTD.
2010 Electronic Systems Division establishes Sensing Control Systems Dept.
2008 Restored TOKYO KEIKI corporate name.
2005 Established Maritime Traffic Dept. in Electronics Systems Division.
1999 Established TOKIMEC KOREA HYDRAULICS CO.,LTD.(Present, TOKIMEC KOREA POWER CONTROL CO., LTD. )
1997 Established TOKIMEC RAIL TECHNO INC.(Present, TOKYO KEIKI RAIL TECHNO INC.)
1996 Celebrated 100th anniversary in operation.
Established TOKIMEC CONSTRUCTION SYSTEMS INC.(Present, TOKYO KEIKI CONSTRUCTION SYSTEMS INC.)
1990 Changed the company name from Tokyo Keiki Co., Ltd. to TOKIMEC INC.
1988 Constructed new head office building and R&D center
1984 Entered the field of factory automation and construction equipment with a product line centered around inertial sensor technology.
1971 Developed radar warning system used in the F-4EJ fighter plane.
1963 Developed world's first commercial ultrasound flow meter.
1954 Began manufacture of hydraulic equipment.
1952 Developed Japan's first marine radar system.
1930 Head Office moved to Kamata, Tokyo.
1923 Began development of aeronautic instruments.
1918 Began manufacturing Sperry gyrocompasses.
1901 Began manufacturing compasses, depth sounders, and other navigation instruments and equipment.
1896 Established in Koishikawa, Tokyo as Japan's first measuring instrument manufacturing of pressure gauges and other measuring devices.