Separating from the Toyota Tsusho Corporation Non-Ferrous Metals Division,
the company is established as the Toyota Tsusho Non-Ferrous Sales Corporation.
Toyotsu Non-Ferrous Sales Corporation starts operations.
After being licensed by Toyota Central R&D Labs., Inc.,
the company starts the exclusive manufacture and sale of “GUMMETAL.”
Company acquires ISO14001 certification.
Osaka Branch opens.
Toyota Tsusho Corporation Iron and Steel Raw Materials Division transfers its business to Toyotsu Non-Ferrous Sales Corporation, and changes its trading name to Toyotsu Material Incorporated.
Kyushu Branch opens.
Tohoku Office opens.
Increased capital to 100 million yen.
Tokyo Branch opens.
Increased capital to 500 million yen.
Hokkaido Office opens.
Niigata, Hokuriku, and Hiroshima Offices open.
Company name in English changes to Toyota Tsusho Material Incorporated.
Head Office moved to Symphony Toyota Bldg., Meieki, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya.
Company acquires AS9120 certification.
Merges Toyotsu Rare Earths Corporation into Toyota Tsusho Material Incorporated.
Tohoku and Hokuriku Branches open.
Metal Do Co., Ltd. made into an affiliate by additional investment.
Increased capital to 980 million yen.
Green Metals Japan, Inc and Green Metals Hokkaido, Inc made into subsidiaries.