|Establishment of Companies or Factories, Subsidiaries or Daughter Companies||Noteworthy Events|
Futaba Industrial was established.
Production of automobile parts was begun.
Early on, Futaba produced knitting machines for making fishing nets and also made pipe-frame furniture.
A new factory was opened in Nagoya.
The Midori Factory was set up.
The Head Office and the Okazaki plant were relocated from Nakamachi to Hashime-cho in Okazaki.
The Anjo plant was set up.
Production of parts for office equipment was begun.
Futaba shares were listed on the Second Section of the Nagoya Stock Exchange.
In 1969 annual sales breached the 10 billion Yen level for the first time, reaching 13 billion Yen.
The Mutsumi Factory was built.
Futaba was awarded the Toyota Product Quality Prize.
In 1979 total annual sales breached 50 billion Yen for the first time, reaching 52.6 billion Yen.
The Tahara Factory was built.
The Takahashi Factory was built.
Founded subsidiary, Apics Co., Ltd.
Futaba shares were listed on the Second Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
Futaba was awarded the Plant Maintenance Prize for the Most Outstanding Plant.
Futaba shares were listed on the main exchanges of both the Tokyo and Nagoya Stock Exchanges.
In 1989 total annual sales breached 100 billion Yen for the first time, reaching 105 billion Yen
Futaba Kyusyu Co. Ltd. was established and started operating in April 1992.
The Kota Factory was established.
FIC America Corp. was established in Illinois, USA.
The new Head Office was completed on the site of the former office building.
KFN was established in Indonesia
The ISO9002 standard was awarded at the Kota factory
ISO14001 was awarded to the Mutsumi Factory.
ISO14001 awarded to the Head Office, Okazaki Factory and Midori Factory.
By December, all 7 plants in Aichi Prefecture, Japan had achieved the ISO14001 standard.
Sales in 2003 breached 200 billion Yen for the first time, reaching 219.4 billion Yen.