Nakayama Mitsuboshi Steel Products, Ltd.  Nakayama Mitsuboshi Steel Products, Ltd.
 Nakayama Mitsuboshi Steel Products, Ltd.

History

Apr., 1949 Mitsuboshi Sangyo Co., Ltd. was established.
Sakai factory was newly established.
Apr., 1950 Kizugawa Seisen Co., Ltd. was established.
Mar., 1962 Miyakonojo factory was newly established.
Oct., 1966 Miyazaki factory was newly established.
Feb., 1968 Tatsunokuchi factory was newly established.
Jun., 1968 Tomakomai factory was newly established.
Aug., 1968 Tabuse factory was newly established.
Sept., 1968 Marugame factory was newly established.
Apr., 1971 Oita factory was newly established.
Apr., 1979 Mitsuboshi Steel was established.
(Merger of Hokuyo and Nichiba Steel)
Oct., 1980 Osaka factory was newly established.
Apr., 1999 Nakayama Mitsuboshi Steel Products, Ltd., was established.
(Merger of three companies including Mitsuboshi Sangyo, Kizugawa Seisen and Mitsuboshi Steel.)
Oct., 2000 Operation of Shimizu and Nagoya Factories were transferred from Nakayama Steel Works, Ltd.
Apr., 2001 Sakai factory acquired ISO 9002 certification (Now ISO 9001:2015 certification)
Aug., 2004 Bolt business was separated and integrated into NS Bolten Co., Ltd.
Jul., 2007 Tomakomai factory (Wire rod section) was separated, divided, and integrated into the NS Hokkai Seisen Co., Ltd., Tomakomai.
Jun., 2009 Withdrew from wire rod, iron wire, nail businesses
Jun., 2015 Opening of the Tokyo branch
Jun.,2018 Miyakonojo and Miyazaki factories were integrated.