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Nov. 2007

The Company accredited as an excellent business for career education by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology for its outstanding commitment to the dual education system.

May 2007

The Company wins a 2006 Denso Global Cooperation Award.

Jan. 2006

Foshan Shinto Machine Co., Ltd. is founded in China as a wholly foreign owned enterprise.

Dec. 2005

Transactions commence with Aisin AW Co., Ltd.

Jul. 2005

Transactions commence with Aisin Seiki Co., Ltd.

Mar. 2005

The Company merges with subsidiary Yokkaichi Sangyo Co., Ltd.

Jun. 2004

The Company acquires ISO 14001 certification.

May 2003

The Company wins a quality award from Denso Corporation.

Sep. 2003

The Company acquires ISO 9001 certification.

Dec. 2002

Subsidiary Shin Nihon DF Co., Ltd. merges into Yokkaichi Sangyo Co., Ltd.

Nov. 2002

Dalian Shinto Machine Co., Ltd. is founded in China as a wholly foreign owned enterprise.

Jan. 1998

Transactions commence with Toyoda Boshoku Corporation, now known as Toyota Boshoku Corporation.

Dec. 1995

Transactions commence with Sumitomo Wiring Systems, Ltd.

Sep. 1995

Transactions commence with NTN Corporation.

Aug. 1994

Transactions commence with Ibiden Co., Ltd.

Jun. 1994

Transactions commence with Hitachi Metals, Ltd.

Feb. 1992

The Company wins an excellent delivery award
from Denso Corporation.

Feb. 1991

The Company wins an excellence award
from Denso Corporation.

Jul. 1990

The Company wins a quality control award
from Denso Corporation.

Apr. 1990

Transactions commence with Shinko Electric Co., Ltd. and Shinden Factory Service Co., Ltd.

Sep. 1987

The section for Fuji Electric Co., Ltd. is transferred }
to Shin Nihon DF Co., Ltd.

Mar. 1987

Shin Nihon DF Co., Ltd. is founded.

Dec. 1985

The Company launches its mold operations.

Jul. 1984

A new 200-tsubo factory for assembling private machinery is constructed.

Apr. 1982

The Company launches its die cast operations.

Mar. 1977

Transactions commence with Matsushita Electric Works, Ltd.

Nov. 1976

Sigeo Goto, current president, assumes the post of representative director.

Jun. 1973

The capital is increased to 48 million yen.

Feb. 1973

The Company joins the Denso Kikokai Group.

Jul. 1971

Yokkaichi Sangyo Co., Ltd. is founded.

Jun. 1968

The current factory reaches completion.

Sep. 1967

Transactions commence with Nippondenso Co., Ltd., now known as Denso Corporation.

Jun. 1960

Tamotsu Goto sets up the Company as a factory partnered with Fuji Electric Co., Ltd. and becomes its first president.

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