|Location:||Sekine Building 5F, 2-16-4 Akabane, Kita-ku, Tokyo, Japan|
|Capital:||78 million yen|
|Major Business:||Development, manufacture, and sales of forged steel parts and non-ferrous metal parts|
|Employees:||144 (as of 2017)|
||Gihei Murayama establishes Murayama Iron Foundry in Itabashi-ku, Tokyo and begins forging Western-style blades. Gihei Murayama becomes the 1st President.|
||Murayama Iron Foundry becomes a stock company with capital of 500,000 yen.|
||The company’s plant is designated by Japanese National Railways and starts forging spring hanger links for freight cars.|
||The company starts business with Press Kogyo Co., Ltd.
The company starts business with Fuji Machinery Co., Ltd.
||The company starts business with Honda Motor Co., Ltd.|
||Katsutaro Totani becomes President.
The company shifts its focus from board hammers to air hammers.
||Capital is increased to 26 million yen.|
||1,600- and 2,500-ton crank presses and 600- and 700-kw high-frequency induction heating furnaces are implemented to stabilize quality and improve productivity.|
||Fukushima Plant is constructed in Yabuki-machi, Fukushima Prefecture as the first step in establishing a plant full of greenery.|
||The 1st phase of Fukushima Plant construction is completed.
The 2,500-ton crank press is relocated.
A 3,000-ton crank press is implemented.
A 1,600-ton crank press is implemented
||Manufacturing with a 1,600-ton crank press is started to respond to increasing orders for aluminum parts.|
||The 2nd phase of Fukushima Plant construction is completed.
The material cutting plant is extended. Operations handled by the Tokyo Plant are fully relocated to the Fukushima Plant. An ion nitriding furnace is implemented to prolong die product life.
||The 3rd phase of Fukushima Plant construction is completed. A 1,600-ton crank press is implemented.
An inspection plant is built.
||A 2,500-ton crank press and 350-ton billet shear are implemented.
An aluminum forging plant is built, and 2,500-ton remodeled knuckle joint press is implemented to respond to increasing orders for aluminum alloy forged products.
||A 1,600-ton crank press line is newly established.
The large ion nitriding furnace is extended.
||A 4,000-ton automatic crank press line is newly established.
A 2nd forging plant is built.
An NC electric discharge machine (EDM) is implemented.
||A 1,600-ton automatic crank press line is newly established.
A 500-ton billet shear is implemented.
A hammer plant is built (3-, 1.5-, and 3/4-tons).
A 2nd die plant is built.
An NC EDM and three-dimensional measurement device are implemented.
||TFO Tech Co., Ltd. is established in Ohio, the United States, as an overseas subsidiary. The company starts operation with 8 million USD capital.
Plants are built and 1,800- and 5,000-ton automatic crank press lines are established.
A 4,000-ton crank press line is established at Fukushima Plant.
||TFO Tech Co., Ltd. in the United States begins mass production.|
||High-speed processing equipment is implemented to optimize die machining efficiency.|
||A heat-treating furnace for iron is implemented.|
||Murayama Iron Foundry is renamed TFO Corporation.|
||A 2nd aluminum forging plant is built, and a 2,500-ton knuckle joint press is implemented.
The South Plant is built to perform heat treatment and finishing for aluminum parts.
||A crankshaft twister is implemented.
A 3,300-ton knuckle joint press is implemented for aluminum forging.
TFO Tech (Thailand) Co., Ltd. is established.
The heat-treating furnace for iron is relocated to TFO Tech (Thailand) Co., Ltd.
||TFO Tech (Thailand) Co., Ltd. starts mass production.
A 2,500-ton automatic crank press line is established at Fukushima Plant.
Structural analysis and forging simulation equipment is implemented.
||Capital is increased to 78 million yen.|
||A 2,000-ton crank press line for aluminum is established at Fukushima Plant.|
||Kumamoto Plant is built in Nankan-machi in Kumamoto Prefecture.
4,000- and 1,600-ton crank press lines are established.
||A 5,000-ton crank press is implemented at TFO Tech Co., Ltd. in the United States.|
||A 5,000-ton crank press is implemented at TFO Tech (Thailand) Co., Ltd.
An automatic inspection line for crankshafts is implemented at the Fukushima Plant.
||The head office is relocated from Azusawa in Itabashi-ku to Akabane in Kita-ku.|
||A 3D printer and scanner are implemented at the Fukushima Plant.|
||A gas nitriding furnace is implemented at the Fukushima Plant.
A large machining center is implemented.
||A CNC lathe is implemented.|
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