History

1960

Delivers Large-Scale System to Toyo Kogyo

Delivered a 14 kilometer Webb conveyor system to its headquarters.

1961

Opened Hiroshima site office for Toyo Kogyo Co., Ltd. (now Mazda Motor Corporation) and delivered a 14 kilometer Webb conveyor system to its headquarters

1962

Listed on the Second Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange

1963

Inaugurates the Komaki Plant

Manufactured the first Japan-made ten-pin bowling machine in collaboration with Bowl-Mor Company, Inc., U.S.A.

Japan's first bowling machine

Japan's first bowling machine

1964

Enacts the Company Creed Hini Arata

Delivered 104 ten-pin bowling machine sets to Shiba Bowling Center in Tokyo

1965

Manufacture and Sale of the Prontow, Japan's First AGV

Started to manufacture and sell the mesh box pallet - the Palletainer

Mesh box pallet - the Palletainer

Mesh box pallet - the Palletainer

1966

Delivers the First Rackbuil System to Matsushita Electric Industrial

Produced Japan's first automated high-rise Rackbuil System at the Komaki Plant for Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.

The first Rackbuil installed in Matsushita Electric Industrial

The first Rackbuil installed in Matsushita Electric Industrial

1968

Staff Exceed 1,000 and Daifuku Plans for Automated Operation

Announced 100% automatic operation in an Asahi newspaper ad on January 1st.

1969

Lists Stocks on the Second Section of the Nagoya Stock Exchange

Increased capital to 1.1 billion yen, then to 1.7 billion yen. Transferred stocks to the First Section of each Stock Exchange.

Delivers Japan's First Online, Real-Time Controlled Rackbuil System

Installed Japan's first online computer-controlled Rackbuil System in Nobeoka Bemberg Plant for Asahi Kasei Corporation.

Japan's first online, real-time controlled Rackbuil System

Japan's first online, real-time controlled Rackbuil System

Rackbuil system control room

Rackbuil system control room