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1971 June Established Takeda Machinery Manufacturing Co., Ltd. in Terai, Nomi, Ishikawa, Japan for manufacturing and sales of reinforcing steel bar / steel beam processing machines with a capital of five million yen.
December Expanded the main factory for the production of small machinery.
1973 May Opened sales offices in Kyushu, Osaka and Tokyo.
October Started manufacturing and sales of the Unit Worker Series.
1974 May Expanded the main factory for processing of machine parts.
1976 May Started manufacturing and sales of the Sharp Cutter Series.
October Opened the sales office in Sendai.
1978 January Started manufacturing and sales of the Corner Shear Series.
September Expanded the main factory for machine assembly.
1979 September Opened the sales office in Nagoya.
November Assigned the sales section to Takeda Machinery Sales Co., Ltd.
1982 May Started manufacturing and sales of the Steel Auto Drill Series.
1984 July Expanded the main factory for processing, assembly and painting of large machinery.
1986 August Constructed the administration office of the main office, and installed computers to streamline business.
1989 March Started manufacturing and sales of the Plate Auto Borer Series.
1990 June Merged Takeda Machinery Sales Co., Ltd., and changed the corporate name to Takeda Machinery Co., Ltd. Opened sales offices in Hiroshima and Kita-Kanto.
November Constructed a new building for the Tokyo Sales Office.
1992 July Registered as an OTC company of the Japanese Security Dealers Association.
1994 April Moved the main office and plants to the present address.
1998 August Started manufacturing and sales of the Carbide Circular Sawing Machine Series.
1999 July Started manufacturing and sales of the Eco-friendly Machine Series.
2000 May Merged the subsidiary Takeda Technical Co., Ltd.
2004 December Listed on the JASDAQ Securities Exchange.
2006 October Decreased the capital reserve and capital for compensating for losses.
2008 December Concluded a domestic OEM agreement with Amada Cutting Co., Ltd. (present Amada Machine Tools Co., Ltd.)
2009 May Acquired ownership of Takeda Seiki Co., Ltd.
2010 April Listed on the Osaka Securities Exchange (JASDAQ market) through the merger of the JASDAQ Securities Exchange and the Osaka Securities Exchange.
October Listed on the Osaka Securities Exchange (standard market) through the integration of the Hercules market, JASDAQ market and NEO market of the Osaka Securities Exchange.
2011 March Concluded an overseas OEM agreement with Amada Machine Tools Co., Ltd.
2013 July Listed on the Tokyo Securities Exchange (standard market) through the merger of the Osaka Securities Exchange and the Tokyo Securities Exchange.

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