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History

February
1944
Fuji Zoki Co., Ltd. is founded. Establishes the headquarters and Osaka Plant in Sayama-cho(currently Osakasayama city),Minamikawachi-gun, Osaka Prefecture. Starts the manufacture of forging machinery, cast iron, and iron and steel products.
September
1945
Changes the firm name to Fuji Car Manufacturing Co., Ltd.
August
1954
Starts the manufacture and sales of bridges, steel beams, and steel towers.
February
1957
Starts the manufacture and sales of high-pressure containers and chemical machinery and equipment.
February
1963
Starts the manufacture and sales of various public hygiene vehicles.
July
1963
Builds Shiga Plant and starts its operation as the plant for vehicles and bridges.
April
1970
Starts the manufacture and sales of iron scrap processing machines.
December
1973
Advances into the field of environmental equipment, including waste disposal plants.
July
1980
Starts the handling of garbage transfer facilities.
July
1996
Starts sales of the mono-rotor(uniaxial)crusher“Fuji Multi-Cutter.”
December
1997
Obtains ISO9001 certification.
March
2001
Obtains ISO14001 certification.
March
2001
Obtains OHSAS18001 certification.
July
2004
Starts sales of the discarded vehicle pressing machine “Garakuda.”
October
2004
Moves the headquarters from Osaka City to Moriyama City, Shiga prefecture.
October
2004
Exhibits its exclusive products at Tokyo Motor Show.
March
2006
Starts sales of the RPF manufacturing device “Fuji RPF Station.”
September
2007
Starts sales of a new press-shearing machine.
November
2007
Delivers one of the largest RPF manufacturing devices in Japan to Yokkaichi City, Mie Prefecture.
March
2008
Delivers a shredding plant to Oita Works of Nippon Steel Corporation.
March
2009
Delivers a 4,500 horsepower shredding plant to East Japan Works of JFE Steel Corporation.
September
2009
Delivers a large“scrap shear”to a leading manufacturer of rebar steel bars in Hong Kong.
April
2011
Starts sales of energy-saving“scrap shears”and“mount shears.”
July
2011
Starts sales of crushing and drying equipment.
October
2011
Delivers a“mount sear”to Hyundai Steel in South Korea.
May
2012
Delivers a“scrap shear”to a South Korean firm, Gyeonghan.
July
2013
Receives electrostatic sorting machine technology from Hitachi Zosen Corporation.
June
2014
Becomes a wholly-owned subsidiary of TAKEEI Co., Ltd.
September
2014
The Osaka Branch is relocated.
March
2015
Enters into a sales partnership with a German firm, Stadler.
October
2015
Opens a recycling test center at the headquarters.
November
2015
The Tokyo Branch is relocated.
December
2016
Develops a new Tipping Rotary Press.
March
2018
Enters into a sales partnership with a German firm, JÖST.

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