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History of IZUMI

History of IZUMI

2011 July

IZUMI has introduced the FW30HS-P friction welding machine with dramatically improved runout precision.
2011 February

IZUMI has introduced in-line/general purpose optimal friction welding unit, the FW Mini Series.
2009 July
Merged with Engineering SKI Co., Ltd and became Izumi Machine Manufacturing Company Limited.
2008 April
Control of Ishihama factory transferred from Toyoda Automatic Loom Works, Ltd.
2007 December
Izumi became wholly owned subsidiary of Toyota Industries Corporation (formerly Toyoda Automatic Loom Works, Ltd.).
2005 December
Acquired ISO 9001 certification at Kitasaki plant.
Third stage of expansion of Kitasaki factory completed.
Production of suspension members started in No. 2 Production Department at the main factory.
Production lugs started in No. 1 Production Department at the Kitasaki factory.
2004

Started commercial application of compact, short cycle equipment for engine valves.
2002 December
Acquired ISO 14001 certification.
2002
Izumi started commercial application of a friction welding machine capable of use on extremely small diameter material (dia. 1.6) used for drills, sensor shafts and other such applications.
2000 September
The main factory and the Kitasaki factory were damage by a major storm.
1999
New factory built in Kitasaki.
The production of swash plates for automobile air conditioners was expanded.
1998 December
The No. 12 building was added to the plant and production of parts for Mitsubishi automobiles started.
1998

Izumi started commercial application of a friction welding machine incorporating NC control that is compatible with the production of propeller shafts and other parts.
1997 December
In cooperation with Toyota Motor Corporation, Izumi developed and started marketing the innovative Center Broach mechanical broaching machine.
1997
Izumi given complete succession of Toyoda Automatic Loom Works, Ltd friction welding equipment.
1996 October
Developed and started marketing the Twin Center, an epoch-making 2-axis machining center that enables tools to be changed with zero lost time.
1995 October
Izumi became an affiliate company of Toyoda Automatic Loom Works, Ltd.
1995 April
Izumi began consignment manufacturing of parts (swash plates) for automobile air conditioning units for Toyoda Automatic Loom Works, Ltd.
1993 March
At the request of Mitsubishi Motors, a technical support contract is made with Thai Summit PKK Engineering Co., Ltd.
Presses and welding robots for suspension parts are installed.
1989 December
Engineering and management office building completed.
1988 September
Izumi began consignment manufacturing of parts for automobile air conditioning units (connecting rods) for Toyoda Automatic Loom Works, Ltd.
1986 June
Started manufacturing suspension components for the new Mitsubishi Debonair.
1984 May
Completed the cathodic electro-deposition coating line for automotive parts.
1984 April
Started manufacturing suspension components for the Mitsubishi Chariot.
1983 April
Special NC equipment for a flexible manufacturing system developed and marketed under the brand name of Talent Center.
1983 March
Welding assembly line enhanced with welding robots and other equipment.
Started manufacturing suspension components for the new Mitsubishi Galant.
1981 October
Welding assembly line enhanced, including multi-spot welding equipment, and the manufacturing is started for parts for the Mitsubishi four- wheel drive Pajero and the Cordia and Tredia passenger cars.
1980 September
Izumi completes manufacturing of robot that had been consigned by Mitsubishi.
1979 April
Toyoda Automatic Loom Works, Ltd consigned manufacturing of automatic simultaneous doffing devices for looms to Izumi.
1978 May
Press line is enhanced with the addition of 800-ton presses and other equipment and the manufacture of parts for small Mitsubishi trucks and and pickups is started
1973 June
Toyoda Automatic Loom Works, Ltd consigned manufacturing of friction welding equipment to Izumi.
1973

Izumi began consignment manufacturing of Toyoda Automatic Loom Works, Ltd friction welding equipment.
1973-1974
New factory built in Obu City. All equipment from Shinkawa and Atsuta factories moved there.
1963 July
Developed automatic buff grinding machine and started marketing it.
1962

Toyoda Automatic Loom Works, Ltd developed the first brake-type friction welding machine for commercial industrial use in Japan.
1960 June
Designed, manufactured and started marketing specialized manufacturing equipment.
1956 December
Received order to machine parts for Mitsubishi jeeps.
1952 March
Designed, manufactured and started marketing equipment for bread making.
1952 February
Built Atsuta Plant (for welding metal sheets)
Started manufacturing parts for buses and scooters at the Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ooe Plant
1951 June
Started manufacturing loom parts.
1951 April
Yasuo Morikawa named as president.
1949 February
Corporate name changed to Izumi Machine Manufacturing Company Limited.
1948
Developed music boxes and started limited marketing of them.
1946 May
Ujirou Nishiyama founded the predecessor to Izumi Machine Manufacturing Co. Ltd., Nishiyama Seisakusho, in Shinkawa-machi, a suburb of Nagoya, and started manufacturing parts for three-wheeled vehicles, along with other parts, as a subcontractor for Iwatsuka Plant of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.

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