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History of the Company

October
1962
Ushio Kogyo Inc. (capital: 500,000 yen) was established in Minami Ward, Nagoya City for manufacturing and sales of press dies.
September
1963
The Head office of Ushio Kogyo Inc. was relocated to Nisshin-cho, Aichi-gun, Aichi Prefecture.
May
1967
Kakimoto Sangyo Co., Ltd (capital: One million yen) was established in Nisshin-cho, Aichi-gun, Aichi Prefecture, by separating the Sales Department of the Ushio Kogyo Inc.
September
1971
Ushio Kogyo Inc. relocated the head office plant to Togo-cho, Aichi-gun, Aichi Prefecture
October
1972
The company name, Kakimoto Sangyo Co., Ltd., was changed to Ushio Air Tool Co., Ltd.
January
1973
Ushio Polishing Loboratory Co,.Ltd. (capital: 1.5 million yen) was established in Nisshin-cho, Aichi-gun, Aichi Prefecture for development and manufacture of grinding stones and cutting tools.
March
1973
The head office of Ushio Air Tool Co., Ltd. was relocated to Togo-cho, Aichi-gun, Aichi Prefecture.
August
1983
Notoushio Co., Ltd. (capital: 10 million yen) was established in Shikamachi, Hakui-gun, Ishikawa Prefecture for the mass-production of parts for pneumatic tools.
October
1983
Umec Co., Ltd. (capital: 3 million yen) was established in Nisshin-cho, Aichi-gun, Aichi Prefecture for research and development of numerical control devices.
April
1984
Notoushio Co., Ltd. established a head office plant (currently, Noto plant of this company) in Shikamachi, Hakui-gun, Ishikawa Prefecture.
December
1987
As a result of the organizational restructure, Ushio Kogyo Inc. was renamed to Ushio Kogyo Co., Ltd.
May
1988
Ushio Air Tool Co., Ltd. was renamed to Ushio Co., Ltd. as a result of the merger of four companies, Ushio Kogyo Co., Ltd., Ushio Polishing Loboratory Co,.Ltd., Notoushio Co., Ltd., and Umec Co., Ltd.
October
1988
A Nagoya Plant (current plant of head office) was established for increased production of green sheet substrate punching machines.
December
1988
Kanazawa Loboratory was established in Nagata, Kanazawa City for concentration of research and development of new products.
January
1990
Noto Plant was established.
February
1990
Kanazawa Loboratory was relocated to 3 Nishi, Shimenomachi, Kanazawa City.
November
1990
Registered as an over-the-counter share of the Japan Securities Dealers Association.
April
1991
Kanazawa Loboratory was relocated to Shimenomachi, Kanazawa City and the company building was constructed.
July
1991
The head office was relocated to Naka Ward, Nagoya City.
August
1992
The company name was changed to UHT Co., Ltd.
August
1997
Kanazawa Loboratory was renamed to Kanazawa Development Center.
November
1998
"Future In" (machine assembly factory for development) was established in the Kanazawa Development Center.
July
1999
The head office was relocated to Togo-cho, Aichi-gun, Aichi Prefecture.
March
2002
NPF Partners Co., Ltd. conducted a takeover bid of our company shares as a part of Management Buy Out (MBO) led by the management of our company.
July
2002
In the annual meeting of shareholders, NPF Partners Co., Ltd. approved the merger as a surviving company.
October
2002
Over-the-counter registration was abolished.
November
2002
As a result of the merger with NPF Partners Co., Ltd., a new company, UHT Co., Ltd. inherited the business.
June
2003
A joint company "BEIJING UHT CORPOPATION" was established in China.
July
2005
UHT starts manufacturing Laser Punchers and Laser Cutters.
September
2007
UHT reduces the capital from JPY 1.0054 billion to JPY 305.4 million.
September
2007
UHT repurchases 468 shares, 64% of their issued shares, from its main shareholder,NOMURA PRINCIPAL FINANCE.
October
2008
UHT establishes a technical service center for machinery in Shanghai,China.