Hideo Tahara establishes an iron factory in Tokyo.
The company is incorporated as Tahara Iron Works Co., Ltd.
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.