History

June 1970
  • The company was established with capital of 2.5 million yen under the corporate name Daiichi Machinery Service Co., Ltd.
  • The Osaka resident office (present West Japan Center) and the Nagoya resident office (present Central Japan Center) opened simultaneously.
  • The first president Akira Kobayashi
April 1973
  • The Fukuoka resident office (present Fukuoka branch office) and the Hiroshima resident office (present Hiroshima branch office) opened simultaneously.
November 1976
  • Tadatsugu Tachibana assumed the office of the president.
December 1978
  • Capital increased to 5 million yen as the result of the first capital increase.
October 1979
  • Utsunomiya resident office (present Utsunomiya branch office) opened.
December 1980
  • Capital increased to 10 million yen as the result of the second capital increase.
January 1982
  • Capital increased to 20 million yen as the result of the third capital increase.
November 1982
  • Toshio Kawakami assumed the office of the chairman.
  • Kazuo Kitami assumed the office of the president.
February 1986
  • The Headquarters integrated and relocated to Ryoke, Kawaguchi, Saitama.
April 1986
  • Capital increased to 40 million yen as the result of the fourth capital increase.
April 1987
  • Nagoya branch office (present Central Japan Center) expanded and relocated to Meito-ku, Nagoya.
December 1987
  • Shiga resident office (present Shiga branch office) opened.
June 1988
  • Jyuko Nishimura assumed the office of chairman.
October 1988
  • Osaka Center (present West Japan Center) expanded and relocated to Tarumi-cho, Suita.
April 1989
  • Capital increased to 80 million yen as the result of the fifth capital increase.
September 1989
  • Kumagaya branch office opened.
May 1990
  • Fukushima resident office opened
June 1990
  • Shinichi Aoki assumed the office of the president.
September 1994
  • Sandai resident office (present Sendai branch office) opened.
October 1994
  • Corporate name changed to Daiichi Mecha-Tech.
May 1995
  • Annex of DST Center completed.
June 1996
  • Sadaji Watanabe assumed the office of the chairman.
June 1998
  • Shinichi Fujita assumed the office of the president.
October 1999
  • Shiga branch office related to Katsube-cho, Moriyama.
May 2000
  • Utsunomiya branch office relocated to Utsunomiya Shinmachi.
September 2000
  • Nagoya Center (present Central Japan Center) expanded and relocated to Kifune, Meito-ku, Nagoya.
June 2001
  • Nobumasa Shintani assumed the office of the chairman.
December 2001
  • ISO 9001 Quality Management System Certification acquired.
March 2002
  • West Japan Center expanded and relocated to Esaka-cho, Suita.
February 2003
  • ISO 14001 Environmental Management System Certification acquired.
June 2003
  • Fujio Otokozawa assumed the office of the president.
January 2004
  • Daiichi Mecha-Tech (Shanghai) Corporation established in Shanghai, China.
June 2006
  • Kunihiro Yano assumed the office of the chairman.
June 2007
  • Kenzo Sato assumed the position of the president.
October 2007
  • Moriguchi Parts Solution Center opened.
January 2009
  • Capital increased to 160 million yen as the result of the sixth capital increase.
April 2009
  • Moriguchi Parts Solution Center (former Parts Group) relocated to Esaka-cho, Suita.
October 2009
  • Parts Group (present Parts Center) relocated to Head Quarters.
November 2010
  • Central Japan Center expanded and relocated to Yashirodai, Meito-ku, Nagoya.
April 2011
  • Kakegawa branch office opened.
June 2011
  • Takanori Ogura assumed the office of the president.
October 2013
  • DMC Center opened.
July 2014
  • Merged Corporation DJTECH.
April 2015
  • Masaru Moriya assumed the office of the president.
April 2017
  • Fukuoka branch office related to Kokuraminami-ku, Kitakyusyu.