|July 1959||Takasago Electric founded at 2-1 Itabashi-cho, Naka-ku, Nagoya.|
|January 1963||Company name changed to Takasago Electric, Inc. with a corporate status.|
|April 1967||Takasago Denki Shoji Co., Ltd. founded.|
|July 1967||Office and the factory moved to new building built at 66 Kakitsubata, Narumi-cho,
|June 1975||Additional building of clean room section as a dedicated workshop for inert solenoid
valves for analysis and medical applications.
|April 1980||Solenoid valves with all PTFE wetted materials adopted by ISCO, Inc. (USA) and export to
foreign countries commenced.
|March 1990||Capital increased with capital participation received from Nagoya Small and
Medium Business Investment & Consultation Co.,Ltd.
|April 1994||First overseas distributor established in the U.K.|
|January 1999||Received Good Company Special Encouragement Award from
The Medium and Small Business Research Institute.
|September 1999||Quality management system ISO 9001 certificate acquired|
|April 2000||Authorized as a quality factory by HORIBA, Ltd.|
|September 2001||Takasago Electric Co., Ltd. established in Hong Kong (Factory established in Shenzhen).|
|February 2002||Shenzhen factory operation in Hong Kong commenced.|
|August 2003||Certified by SONY Corporation as a Green Partner.|
|September 2003||Participated in the establishment of Pico-Device Co. as a result of joint research
with Nagoya Institute of Technology.
|November 2003||Takasago Electric (Suzhou) Co., Ltd established in Suzhou, Jiangsu Province, China.|
|February 2006||Shenzhen factory integrated to Takasago Electric (Suzhou) Co., Ltd|
Selected by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry as one of
"300 of Japan's Vibrant Monozukuri (Manufacturing) SMEs" in 2007.