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COMPANY HISTORY

 

Founded in 1927 as Seibu Electric.

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1927 Established as Seibu Electric and took over operations at the site of the Kyushu Factory of Toho Electric (Hakata-ku, Fukuoka city), which was an electric machinery factory of Toho Electric (currently Kyushu Electric Power Co., Inc.). Started Manufacture and repair of electrical machinery and devices (transformers, motors, generators) and electric meters. Photo
1939 Reorganized as Seibu Electric MFG. Co., Ltd. (capital: ¥180,000).
1942 Moved electric equipment factory to Koga city in Fukuoka prefecture for increasing production of electric equipment for mining.
1945 Moved company headquarters and factory and all other facilities to Koga city in Fukuoka prefecture.
1953 Due to the downturn in the coal industry, focused efforts on developing new models to diversify out of electric equipment for mining. A light loader was developed.
1954 Started production of motor blocks and valve controllers.
1957 Completed valve controller mass-production factory.
1959 Started production of machine tools (lathes) by adopting modification unit manufacturing technology, which was originally used for improving the performance of machine tools in company equipment.
1962 Developed die sinking EDM and established large-scale machine tool factory.
1966 Developed automated warehousing system (monorail stacker crane).
1972 Developed the world’s first CNC wire cut EDM.
1973 Established Seiden Kosan Co., Ltd. for utilizing idle assets and operating and managing welfare facilities.
1976 Developed high-precision, compact NC lathe.
1982 Developed FMS Seibu DIO (Direct Input Output) System®.
1983 Developed NC EDM.
Developed high-speed order picking system.
Developed the world’s first NC lead lathe.
1986 Changed the corporate name to Seibu Electric & Machinery Co., Ltd.
Listed on the Fukuoka Stock Exchange (capital: ¥1,033,000,000).
1987 Established new Tokyo Service Center in Ichikawa city, Chiba prefecture.

Heisei era

1990 Established office for design (with cafeteria). Photo
1991 Listed on the Second Section of the Osaka Securities Exchange (capital: ¥2,658,400,000).
1995 Developed high-speed auto wire feeding device (AWF-3) for EDM.
Established Seibu Techno Service Inc. (currently Seibu Hitec Co., Ltd.) to more effectively use our skills in parts machining for Seibu products.
2002 Developed high-speed sorting equipment, EE sorter and roll-in/roll-out case automated warehousing system (RIO-S).
2003 Developed pin-rack gate actuator (manual/automatic).
Developed submerged type wire EDMs (M500S, M350S, M750S)
2004 Developed accumulation system by stack tray.
2005 Developed automated warehousing system for libraries.
Developed Semflex® V series and Semflex® LP series.
2006 Developed high-precision free-form grinding machine (SFG-28).
Established Seibu Paint Co., Ltd. for conducting the painting operations of Seibu products.
Developed ultra-high-precision wire EDM (MP250S).
Listed on the Second Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
2007 Built new headquarters building and new factory.
2009 Withdrew listing on Osaka Securities Exchange for consolidating stock transactions.
Developed assort boomerang system.
Developed automated system for vault filled with urns.
Developed large-size chain gate driver.
Developed high-precision wire EDM (MM750S).
2010 Developed Semflex® A series.
Developed ultra-high-precision wire EDM (SuperMM50A).
2012 Formed business/capital alliance with Toyota Industries Corporation for Distribution Equipment Business.
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