|1951||Tsukatani Seisakusho was founded by the late Toshio Tsukatani at 1-188 Shigino-Higashi, Joto-ku, Osaka.|
Started manufacturing and sales of cylindrical blades for shell-buttons.
|1955||Expanded and relocated plant to 2-64 Chodo, Higashi-Osaka, Osaka.|
|1957||Started manufacturing steel cutting rules and discontinued manufacturing of cylindrical blades for shell-buttons.|
|1960||Reorganized the company as Tsukatani Seisakusho Co., Ltd. with a capital of 2,000,000 yen.|
Shunsuke Tsukatani was appointed Representative Director.
Started manufacturing industrial machine cutting tools for synthetic fibers, papermaking machines, foods, etc.
|1961||Started manufacturing perforation steel rules for business forms (for computer print-out forms).|
|1965||Increased capital to 10,000,000 yen.|
Relocated the Head Office Plant to a new building at 3-39 Kusune-cho, Yao City, Osaka. Renamed the company Tsukatani Hamono Mfg. Co., Ltd.
|1967||Increased capital to 20,000,000 yen.|
|1970||Discontinued manufacturing of cutting tools for synthetic fibers, papermaking machines, foods, etc.|
|1974||Opened the Tokyo Sales Branch Office at 3-59-24 Izumi, Suginami-ku, Tokyo.|
|1977||Started manufacturing consumable parts for business form cutting tools.|
|1979||Increased capital to 90,000,000 yen.|
|1984||Constructed Plant No. 2 at 2-44 Kusune-cho, Yao City, Osaka.|
|1987||Relocated the Tokyo Sales Branch Office to 7-7-3 Chuo, Ota-ku, Tokyo.|
|1989||Constructed the Miyamachi Plant at 5-23 Miyamachi (present address: 5-6-40 Miyamachi), Yao City, Osaka.|
|1993||Constructed Nara Plant No.1 in TechnoPark Nara at 1403 Sugawa-cho, Gojo City, Nara.|
Sold Plant No. 2.
|1995||Started manufacturing flexible pinnacle dies.|
|1998||Reorganized the Tokyo Sales Branch Office as the Tokyo Sales Department.|
|1999||Shunsuke Tsukatani was appointed Chairman and Representative Director.|
Toshiya Tsukatani was appointed President and Representative Director.
|2001||Celebrated the company’s 50th anniversary.|
|2002||Shunsuke Tsukatani was appointed Chairman Emeritus.|
Acquired a site for the Head Office (4,498 m2).
|2003||Received the “National Award” of the Small and Medium Business Research Institute Award.|
|2004||Relocated the Head Office to a new building at 5-30 Kusune-cho, Yao City, Osaka.|
|2006||Established Tsukatani Korea Co., Ltd. in the Republic of Korea.|
Selected for the Blue-Ribbon Award of “Best 100 IT Management” Companies by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI).
|2007||Completed construction of Tsukatani Korea Co., Ltd.|
Started manufacturing flexible pinnacle dies.
Selected as “Best 300 Active Small and Medium Manufacturing Companies Supporting the Future of Japan” by the Minister of METI.
|2011||Established the Shanghai Office.|
Celebrated the companies 60th anniversary.
|2012||Established TSUKATANI (THAILAND) COMPANY LIMITED as a subsidiary in Thailand.|
|2013||Completed construction of TSUKATANI (THAILAND) COMPANY LIMITED.|
|2015||Shunsuke Tsukatani left the position of Chairman Emeritus and assumed the position of Adviser.|
|2017||Constructed Nara Plant No.2 in TechnoPark Nara at 1413 Sugawa-cho, Gojo City, Nara.|