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July 1957 Individual establishment of FUKUSHIN IRONWORKS by Eiji Miyauchi
Start of the processing of agricultural equipment parts (weeders)with the in-house manufacture of molds
April 1958 Start of the processing of automotive electrical parts (power distribution units)
March 1961 Change to a legal entity / Change to FUKUSHIN ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
April 1961 Establishment of No. 2 Factory / Start of manufacturing of housing-related equipment parts (central heating)
September 1964 Start of the assembly of automotive electrical parts (sub-assembly)
February 1967 Establishment of Taguchi Factory
Start of the manufacture of automotive electrical parts (field coil armatures of starters)
May 1967 Establishment of Awaga Factory / Start of the manufacture of automotive electrical parts (armatures of starters)
August 1970 Establishment of Takahashi Factory / Start of the manufacture of golf carts
February 1972 Start of the manufacture of motorcycle frames
May 1977 Start of the manufacture and sale of aquaculture feeding machines
May 1980 Establishment of Himeji Factory / Start of the manufacture of solar equipment
September 1981 Start of the assembly of car audio substrates
January 1983 Establishment of Kodera Factory / Start of the manufacture and sale of oil stoves
January 1984 Start of the manufacture of banknote handling machines
June 1984 Establishment of Daimon Factory / Switch to the manufacture of molds and golf carts
February 1986 Establishment of No. 2 Taguchi Factory
Start of the manufacture of automotive electrical parts (electrical control substrates assembly)
July 1987 Increase in capital stock to 99 million yen
July 1989 Establishment of Akashi Factory / Manufacture of housing-related equipment parts
(combustion pipes and hot-water heater cases)
February 1990 Start of the manufacture and sale of electric vehicles
May 1994 Establishment of the Head Office Administration Building
October 1994 Start of the manufacture of automobile airbag inflator parts
August 1995 Establishment of Fukusaki Factory (Integration of Kodera Factory and Daimon Factory)
May 1997 Acquisition of the international standards ISO9001 certification
July 1997 Start of the manufacture of the complete product of tank caps for oil fan heaters
April 2000 Establishment of Futami Factory
Start of the manufacture of housing-related parts (burner case combustion pipe sets and fan motors)
April 2000 Start of the manufacture and sale of electric lift racks for kitchens
April 2001 Appointment of Yasutomo Miyauchi as the second Company President
February 2003 Acquisition of the international standards ISO14001 certification
February 2006 Establishment of Saiji Factory / Start of the manufacture of automotive electrical parts (yoke assembly)
September 2007 Start of the manufacture of housing-related equipment products (secondary heat exchangers)
February 2012 Start of the manufacture of automotive battery cases
February 2013 Introduction of solar power generation systems (Fukusaki Factory and Saiji Factory)