Started business as a machine tool manufacturer.
Established Nisshin Kogu Seisakusho L.C.
Introduced “Power End Mills” which contributed to metal industry.
Started Exports.
Reorganized to Nisshin Kogu Seisakusho Co., Ltd.
Full-entry to die and mold industry with solid carbide end mills.
3 production base systems were Established after established Fujisawa Factory.
Established a sales subsidiary, G-Tech Co., Ltd.
Renamed to NS TOOL Co., Ltd.
Isamu Goto was inaugurated as the president.
Completed construction of the 1st Building at Sendai Factory.
Completed construction of the 2nd Building at Sendai Factory.
Import ROLLOMATIC(Swiss Confederation) CNC cutting machine(first time in Japan).
Expanded production capacity of solid carbide end mills.
Completed construction of the 3rd Building and concentrated all production lines and R&Ds at Sendai Factory.
Capital participation in Sato Tool.
Acquired ISO9001 Certificate.
Opened R&D Center.
G-Tech and Sato Tool became wholly owned subsidiaries.
Acquired ISO14001 Certificate.
Listed on JASDAQ Securities Exchange.
Completed construction of the 4th Building(Bldg.E) at Sendai Factory.
Established NS Engineering Co., Ltd. For coating and regrinding service.
Established MFG. Center.
Acquired Makino Kogyo Co., Ltd. as a wholly owned subsidiary.
Established an overseas subsidiary, NS TOOL Hong Kong, Ltd.
Hiroji Goto was inaugurated as the president(Isamu Goto was inaugurated as the chairman).
Completed construction of the 5th Building(Bldg. E) at Sendai Factory.
NS Engineering Co.,Ltd. merged Niigata Nisshin Co.,Ltd.
Listed on JPX Tokyo Stock Exchange 2nd Section on March 7th.
Listed on JPX Tokyo Stock Exchange 1st Section on September 8th.
NS TOOL Headquarters relocated to 6F., Sumitomo fudosan oimachi ekimae Bldg.
Completed New R&D Center at Sendai Factory.
Opened Distribution Center at Sendai.
Established an overseas subsidiary, NS TOOL USA, INC.