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東部重工業 TOBU JUKOGYO CO.,LTD.

History

  • 1963

    • Jul.

      Established Tobu Heavy Industries Co., Ltd.

    • Nov.

      2.5t Telfer 4 type with grab bucket for raw sugar for Meiji Sugar
      (the first of our products)

  • 1965

    • Oct.

      Established Tobu Heavy Industries Co., Ltd.
      Moved the head office and factory to Ukita, Edogawa-ku, Tokyo

  • 1966

    • Apr.

      Tsuji Sangyo Full-scale entry into the marine field for deck cranes

  • 1967

    • Apr.

      Delivered a dedicated ship for wood chips, orange peel type grab bucket
      (Mitsui OSK Lines “Daiomaru” 13m³)

    • May.

      First export to Taiwan Kaohsiung Port Affairs Bureau
      10 single index string type grab buckets for ore

  • 1970

    • Jul.

      Design, manufacture and delivery of an improved version of a large grab bucket for steelworks raw material quays
      Volume 30.7m³ (for coal) 9.8 m³ (broken ore)  9.6 m³ (powdered ore)

  • 1973

    • Mar.

      Opened Funabashi Factory in the suburbs of Funabashi City

    • Aug.

      Delivered the world’s largest electro-hydraulic grab bucket Volume for earth and sand 20m³ Own weight 36t (Corresponding to this four bridge construction)

  • 1976

    • Feb.

      Special lightweight double rope grab bucket for Kuwait 2.8m³ 6 units
      (Nitomo Maru-for Yamashita Shin Nihon Kisen)
      Pioneering delivery to the Middle East

  • 1977

    • May.

      Moved the head office factory to the current location, Urayasu City

  • 1979

    • Feb.

      Delivered a large marine single-cable grab bucket and remote control pull string release device
      (Yamashita Shin Nihon Kisen Cement Clinker for Kuwait 6.5m³ x 8.5t 5 types)

  • 1983

    • Feb.

      Developed Japan’s first full-scale radio-controlled single-cable grab bucket
      (Claw type 4m³ x 4t)

  • 1992

    • Nov.

      Developed a new large cylinder type wireless single cable grab bucket,
      coal 10m³ 4 units (For Nippon Paper Industries / Yatsushiro Port Transport)

  • 1996

    • May.

      Developed a three-claw crossed engine-driven hydraulic grab bucket for handling rice materials
      20m³, own weight 6t (for Ura Wharf in Tako, Shizuoka Prefecture)

  • 1999

    • Apr.

      The head office building and Urayasu factory will be completely rebuilt to support multipurpose functions.

  • 2002

    • Feb.

      Received “Invention Grand Prize / Invention Achievement Award” for single-line wireless grab bucket
      (Japan Institute for the Promotion of Invention)

    • Oct.

      Developed a shockless valve (buffer device) compatible with single-cylinder wireless cylinder type grab buckets.
      Super-large 20-30 m³ class (wood chips 20 m³ for Nippon Paper Industries)

    • Oct.

      Received “Small and Medium Business Administration Commissioner Encouragement Award” and “Implementation Achievement Award” with coil lifter (Invention Association)

  • 2003

    • Feb.

      The head office building was expanded to expand the R & D space and strengthen support for the next generation.

    • Oct.

      Succeeded in increasing the size of the scrap (for scrap iron) engine hydraulic orange peel type grab bucket.
      Delivered the world’s largest 6m³ (for Toyo Wharf)

  • 2004

    • Apr.

      A ceremony to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the founding was held by inviting about 200 people from Japan and overseas.
      Demonstration of single-cable wireless grab bucket and coil lifter in the factory.

    • Apr.

      Develop and deliver a single-cylinder wireless cylinder type orange peel type grab bucket(For Hitachi Wharf)

  • 2005

    • Oct.

      An 18-ton suspended fixed crane was added to the head office building.

    • Nov.

      Completed the newly developed single-cylinder wireless cylinder type [X7].
      Held a show to partner companies.

  • 2006

    • May.

      Develop and deliver electro-hydraulic telescopic suspension with a maximum suspension load of 15 tons (For Tagonoura Wharf)

    • Jul.

      Developed a lightweight single-cylinder wireless cylinder grab bucket [C8] for marine use.

  • 2007

    • Mar.

      The first machine with an engine-type grab bucket swivel mechanism for rice materials started operation.

    • Dec.

      Delivered Maruti Suzuki’s Indian 20t horizontal coil lifter.

  • 2008

    • Mar.

      Opened Sasebo Factory.

    • Dec.

      Concluded an after-sales service contract with IHI Marine Engineering (S) Pte Ltd.
      Concluded an after-sales service contract with IHI Marine (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.

  • 2009

    • Jul.

      Concluded an after-sales service contract with IHI Marine B.V. (Rotterdam).

    • Jul.

      Opened Urayasu factory.

  • 2011

    • Mar.

      Urayasu factory (Chidori district) expansion work completed

  • 2012

    • Apr.

      Completion of expansion work for Sasebo factory