Shinhokoku Steel Corporation

1939
Established by former Santoku Corporation as its Kawagoe Plant for manufacturing special steel.
1949
Changed company name to Shin-Santoku Corporation following to the Corporate Revitalizing Act. as No.2 plant of former Santoku Corp.
1949
Changed company name to Shinhokoku Steel Corporation
after equal joint with Hokoku Steel Co., Ltd.
1955
Sold Toyama plant and made Kawagoe plant as
its main plant of casting and rolling of steel.
1963
Registered on Over-The-Counter stocks.
2000
Established Yamamoto Heavy Industries
Corporation as consolidated affiliates.
2004
Established Yamamoto Heavy Industries
Corporation as consolidated affiliates.
2009
Started reorganization of Shinhokoku Steel Group and
Integrated production base to Yamamoto Heavy Industries Corporation.
2010
Merged Yamamoto Heavy Industries Corporation as Shinhokoku Steel Corporation’s 100% owned subsidiary.
2011
Changed the name of the company to Shinhokoku Steel Mie Corporation from Yamato Heavy Industry Corporation.
2015
Started centerless grinding business at Tokorozawa-shi, Saitama-ken.
2017
Merged Shinhokoku Steel Mie Corporation.