Delisting from the Tokyo Stock Exchange
From TOTOKU ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
Changed company name to TOTOKU INC.
Parent company changed from Furukawa Electric Co., Ltd. to TTC Holdings Co., Ltd.
Developed high frequency measurement jig
Developed highly heat-resistant Leafconn
Constructed a new factory in the Ueda office
Developed magnetic plated wire TIW
Developed flexible flat cable "LEAFCONN H" conforming to next-generation high-speed interface standard "V-by-OneR US"
Developed a high-frequency IC measurement jig suitable for transmission inspection of 100G Ethernet (25Gbps)
Developed a high-performance coaxial flat cable using RUOTA.
Developed ultra-thin USB3.1 Gen2 Type-C cable ideal for large-capacity data transmission
Transferred all shares of BELTONTOTOKU Technology Limited
Started sales of a new type of anti-freezing heater "NF Auto Heater GSL Type"
Transferred all shares of information equipment business and TOTOKU Nagaoka Co., Ltd.
Established TTI LAGUNA PHILIPPINES INC. in the Philippines
Became a subsidiary of Furukawa Electric Co., Ltd.
Through incorporation-type company split, Belton Toutoku Technology Limited Liability Company is established.
Belton Totoku Technology Limited, Belton TOTOKU Technology (HK) Limited, Belton TOTOKU Technology LLC, and TOTOKU Phillippines Inc. become affiliated companies through a share exchange.
Relocated head office to Shimbashi, Minato-ku
Developed low-loss triple insulated winding wire
Commercialized electronic blackboard touch panel
Transferred magnet wire business
Commercialization of flexible flat cable for digital signal transmission
Commercialized ultra-fine needle type Contact Probes
Developed an ultra-high-resolution LCD (15 mega-subpixel) for mammography.
Developed a two-way wireless IC tag system.
Commercialization of active wireless IC tag system
Established TOTOKU (THAILAND) CO., LTD. in Thailand
Established TOTOKU (Zhejiang) Co., Ltd. in China
Development of highly heat-resistant polyimide optical fiber
Developed a high-resolution liquid crystal display (3 million pixels) for displaying medical images.
Developed differential cable ASM for mobile base stations
Developed wires for walking robots
Established TOTOKU PHILIPPINES INC. in the Philippines
Developed a high-resolution CRT display (2 million pixels) for displaying medical images.
Established TOTOKU NORTH AMERICA INC. in the United States
Developed multimedia information terminal T2.
Developed deflection yoke for completely flat CRT
Established joint venture PT. TOTOKU INDONESIA in Indonesia
Commercialized display with touch panel
Developed semi-rigid cable
Launched TOTOKU brand displays as high value-added products
Developed liquid crystal display with CRT compatible interface
Developed SM fiber cord with 8° oblique PC optical connector
Constructed a new head office building in Shinjuku, Tokyo on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of our founding.
Developed solder corrosion resistant wire
Established joint venture TOTOKU (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd. in Malaysia
Started production of digital in-office cables.
Established a new display factory in Nagaoka City, Niigata Prefecture.
Development of deflection yoke for high-resolution CRT displays
Started production of optical fiber cords with connectors.
Developed optical interface color CRT display
Developed high resolution CRT display
Developed a liquid processing micro-slit filter (MS filter).
Capital participation in Rongxing Wire Industry Co., Ltd. in Taiwan
Developed a CRT display for displaying Chinese characters.
Started production of self-temperature-controlled tap water freeze prevention heater as our brand product.
Started production of corder coaxial cables for computers.
Commenced production of character CRT displays using high-resolution deflection yoke and deflection circuit technology.
Succeeded in developing a high-resolution deflection yoke based on the technology cultivated in television deflection yokes.
Commercialization of tape wire used for internal wiring of computer main unit
Developed high-strength ultrafine magnet wire
Started manufacturing and selling degaussing coils for color TVs.
Developed copper clad aluminum wire
Developed magnetically plated wire for use in computers, applied for a patent and presented it at an academic conference, receiving high praise.
Established the Ueda factory, which is also the current main factory, aiming for further progress on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the founding
Started production of communication cables.
Their Imperial Highness the Crown Prince and his wife (currently Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress Emeritus) visit the Maruko Factory (March 1961)
Developed heater wires for electric blankets
Started production of TV deflection yokes and transformers.
Developed fusible polyurethane copper wire
Stock listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange
Established a position as the top manufacturer in this field, accounting for more than 5% of the domestic production volume of silk wound fine wire.
Established Maruko factory and started operation
Started production of vinyl insulated wires
Started production of enameled wire
Factory moved to Nagano Prefecture, where the climate was suitable for manufacturing and developing electric wires.
Established TOTOKU ELECTRIC Co., Ltd. in Asakusa, Tokyo for the purpose of manufacturing and selling resistance wires and various electric wires.
The business strategy was to "differentiate from other companies with distinctive products and technologies."
Started sales of silk and cotton-wrapped resistance wires