TOYO

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History

2016
Set up Security & Lab Company as an in-house company
Established the Keio-TOYO NanoImaging Center jointly with the Faculty of Science and Technology of Keio University

Developed and launched the Synesis network packet capture/analysis system
2015
Established TOYOTech LLC in California, USA
2014
Set up a branch of TOYO Corporation China in Beijing
2013
Set up Utsunomiya Sales Office

Launched Germany-based Carl Zeiss's SEM (Scanning Electron Microscope) in the Japanese market and set up Atsugi Analysis Center for imaging
2010
Established TOYO Corporation China (consolidated subsidiary as of now) in Shanghai, China
2007
Set up TOYO Calibration Laboratory in Technical Center
2005
Obtained ISO/IEC17025 and ISO14001 certification
2004
Built TOYO Corporation Technology Interface Center in
Nihonbashi Hongokucho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, where the head
office had formerly been located
2003
Assisted with the development of a next-generation application flow analyzer and launched it
2002
Technical Center obtained ISO9001 certification
1998
Consolidated the Headquarters, Technical Center, and Electronic Sales Departments into a single building in Yaesu, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
1990
Upgraded to the first section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange
1989
Developed and launched a TS9949 full-automatic EMI test system
1985
Set up Technical Center
Went public on the second section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange
1984
Brought in an ESVP, which was the world's first automatic test receiver
1977
Changed the English company name to TOYO Corporation

Brought in a D600, which was the world's first protocol analyzer and was the first such equipment for Japan
1974
Brought in an 810D, which was the world's first logic analyzer and was the first such equipment for Japan
1973
Set up Nagoya Sales Office
1970
Elevated the Osaka Satellite Office to Osaka Branch Office
1969
Brought in the world's first oscilloscope (then called "transient recorder") incorporating an IC memory, which was the first such equipment for Japan
1967
Set up an engineering section called "Electronic Shop" (which has developed into the current Engineering Department)
1959
Brought in an electrometer, which was indispensable for semiconductor development and was the first such equipment for Japan
1955
Changed the English company name to TOYO Trading Co., Ltd.

Concluded an exclusive distribution agreement with EMI Factories (in the UK) and started addressing the electronic measuring equipment market
1953
Established as Kowa Trading Co., Ltd., engaged mainly in import and sales of industrial machinery
Set up Osaka Satellite Office

Concluded exclusive distribution agreements with Kieserling (a secondary steel processing machinery manufacturer in Germany) and other leading overseas manufacturers

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