Founded in 1946, the following introduces the company’s history of inheritance of technology and improvement through advanced technology, and the trail of its uncompromising challenges.
Founded Nishiyama Seisakusho (predecessor of Izumi), in Shinkawa-machi, a suburb of Nagoya.
Developed music boxes and started limited marketing of them.
Incorporated and changed name to Izumi Machine Manufacturing Co., Ltd..
Built Atsuta Plant
Started manufacturing parts for buses, scooters and small trucks for Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.
Started marketing (designing and manufacturing) specialized manufacturing equipment.
Oshima Industries Co., Ltd., established, the predecessor of SKE Co., Ltd. (merged in 2009)
Started designing and manufacturing welding jigs
New factory built in Obu City. All equipment from Shinkawa and Atsuta factories moved there.
Toyoda Automatic Loom Works, Ltd (current TOYOTA INDUSTRIES CORPORATION) consigned manufacturing of friction welding machine to Izumi.
Started trial production in friction welding laboratory as part of machine tool business.
Automotive parts electrodeposition painting line completed for MITSUBISHI MOTORS CORPORATION and starts production.
Oshima Industries Co., Ltd and Toyoda High Engineering Co., Ltd merge to become SKE Co., Ltd.
Became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Toyoda Automatic Loom Works, Ltd
Toyoda Automatic Loom Works, Ltd starts capital participation
Started production of car air-conditioning compressor swash plates for Toyoda Automatic Loom Works, Ltd.
Started marketing of vertical lathes.
Control of friction welding machine business transferred from Toyoda Automatic Loom Works, Ltd
Started marketing NC center broaching machines
New factory built in Kitasaki. Expanded production of parts for car air-conditioning compressors
Acquired ISO14001 certification
Started marketing vertical friction welding machines
SKE, Logistech and Tokai System merged to become a general engineering company.
Acquired ISO9001 certification (Kitasaki Factory)
Started production of suspension members (automotive parts for TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION)
Started production of lug plates for car air-conditioning compressors
Started production of engine cam shafts
Became a wholly owned subsidiary of TOYOTA INDUSTRIES CORPORATION.
Control of Ishihama Factory transferred from TOYOTA INDUSTRIES CORPORATION, expanded automotive parts machining business.
Merged with SKE Co., Ltd
Achieved cumulative production of 100 million swash plates for car air-conditioning compressors.
Started marketing of new type of vertical lathes.
Achieved cumulative sales of 1,000 machine tools.
Ended production of suspension members (automotive parts for TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION)
Started marketing engine assembly machines for TOYOTA INDUSTRIES CORPORATION.
Started production of turbo parts for engines.