Hideo Tahara establishes an iron factory in Tokyo.
The company is incorporated as Tahara Iron Works Co., Ltd.
The office and factory are moved to the office and factory moved to Edogawa-ku Tokyo.
The company is reorganized as Tahara Engineering Co., Ltd. and wholly owned by Kanematsu Corp. with a capital of 20,000,000yen.
Osaka Office is established.
Nagoya Office is established.
Merges with Shoei Industrial Machinery Ltd. and changes its name to Tahara-Shoei Engineering Ltd.
Expands the assembly factory.
Increases the capital to 50,000,000yen.
Changes its name to Tahara Machinery Ltd.
Establishes comprehensive business alliance with a German company Battenfeld-Fischer.
Hitachi Zosen Corporation becomes the shareholder.
Constructs the second assembly factory.
The Japan Steel Works, LTD. becomes the shareholder.
Tahara signs a licensing agreement with an American company Graham Packaging Company L.P.
The office and factory moved to Inzai Chiba.