Founded a company as a partner company of NEC Corporation, with a capital of one million yen , in Higashi-Kojiya, Ota-ku, Tokyo.
TAKASGO started manufacturing of housing for communications and broadcasting equipment.
Succeeded in developing Japan’s first regulated DC power supply with semiconductors and launched it.
Increased the capital to four million yen.
Built the second factory in Mizonokuchi.
Became an affiliate of NEC Corporation with her equity participation. Increased the capital to 20 million yen.
Built the main building on the site of the Mizonokuchi second factory.
Established Takasago Denshi Kiki Seisakusho as wholly owned subsidiary in Tsuruoka, Yamagata.
Built the first factory (east building) in Mizonokuchi.
Increased the capital to 80 million yen.
Increased the capital to 120 million yen and built the second factory (west building) in Mizonokuchi.
Built a new factory on the site of Takasago Denshi Kiki Seisakusho Ltd.
Acquired ISO 9001 certification (JQA).
Acquired ISO 14001 certification (JQA).
Quick charger TQVC series was certified for the 6th Kawasaki Monozukuri Brand.
Regenerative Power Supply was certified for Low CO2 Kawasaki-brand 12.
51% of share was acquired by NMC2007 Investment Limited Partnership (investment advice by Nihon Mirai Capital Co., Ltd.) .
Takasago Denshi Kiki Seisakusho Ltd. was merged with Takasago Ltd and started its operation as Tsuruoka Factory.
NEC has been held 99.7% share after acquiring 51% share from NMC2007 Investment Limited Partnership.
Celebrated the 70th anniversary of its founding.