Company History

  • 1959

    Tokyo Ferrite Mfg. Co., Ltd. founded with ¥510,000 capital

  • 1964

    Kashiwa Factory established in Kashiwa-shi, Chiba

  • 1965

    Kantoyakin Kanagataseisakusyo Co.,Ltd founded as a die manufacturing division

  • 1970

    Ibaraki Factory established in Kitaibaraki-shi, Ibaraki

  • 1974

    New company headquarters building constructed in Kita-ku, Tokyo

  • 1976

    Taiwan Factory established

  • 1979

    Sanpo Jizai Co., Ltd. founded to secure raw material supply and development

  • 1985

    Kashiwa Factory expansion with the widening use of rubber magnet as a new advanced material

  • 1987

    FMC Hong Kong Co., Ltd. founded in line with overseas trade expansion

  • 1988

    China Factory constructed in China (Shenzhen City)

  • 1991

    Chiba Factory constructed as a factory dedicated to plastic magnets

  • 1993

    Tokyo Ferrite (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd. Factory constructed in Malaysia

  • 1994

    Fully-owned China Factory in China (Shenzhen City), Ferrite Magnet (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd. founded and Taiwan Factory closed

  • 2002

    ISO 9001 certification obtained for division involved with manufacture and sales of plastic magnets

  • 2004

    ISO 14001 certification obtained for entire business establishment

  • 2009

    ISO 9001 (additional) certification obtained for division related to manufacture and sales of sintered magnets

  • 2010

    Three subsidiary taken over by Tokyo Ferrite Mfg. Co., Ltd

  • 2011

    Die factory newly established in Chiba Factory

  • 2012

    Absorption-type company split of Tokyo Ferrite Mfg. Co., Ltd. with its business succeeded by a new company with Tokyo Ferrite Mfg. Co., Ltd. as company name

  • 2013

    Kashiwa Factory closed due to Chiba Kashiwa district land readjustment project; sintered division transferred to Ibaraki Factory, rubber magnet division transferred to Chiba Second Factory

  • 2017

    Obtained ISO/TS 16949 certification in the manufacturing and sales of sintered magnets.