History

1938

OKADA Rock Drill Co. founded.

1960

Established and incorporated under the name Okada Rock Drill, Co. Introduced and launched the first machine mounted type pneumatic breaker in the Japanese market.

1962

Established Chubu branch in Gifu prefecture.

1968

Established Tokyo branch.

1972

Established Sendai branch in Miyagi prefecture.

1976

Introduced and began marketing the TS series, a line of low-pollution concrete demolition crushers.

1977

Introduced and began marketing the UB series, a line of hydraulic breakers.

1979

Developed PCP, a wheeled concrete recycling machine.

1980

Established Morioka branch in Iwate prefecture.

1983

Changed company name to OKADA AIYON CORPORATION.
Established Hokuriku branch in Ishikawa prefecture.

1986

Established Kyushu branch in Fukuoka prefecture.

1987

Developed and launched the OKB 300 series, a new line of hydraulic breakers.
Developed the OSC line of secondary breaking concrete demolition crushers.
Moved the head office and integrated the distribution and service center in its current location in Minato-ku, Osaka.

1989

Developed the OSG series, a line of 360-degree hydraulic rotational grapples.
Established Sapporo branch in Hokkaido.

1990

Established Hiroshima branch.

1991

Gross annual sales exceeded JPY10 billion for the first time.

1992

Increased capital to JPY1,049,700,000.
Listed on the 2nd tier of the Osaka Stock Exchange.

1993

Introduced the OKB 330, the largest model in the OKB 300 series of hydraulic breakers.
Developed low-noise brackets for hydraulic breakers.

1994

Developed the NCP series, a line of self-propelled crawler mounted concrete recycling machines.
Developed the CUT series, a line of 360-degree hydraulic/free rotation multi-purpose concrete crushers and steel cutters.

1996

Established Okada America, Inc., a US affiliate, in Portland, Oregon.
Established Yokohama branch in Kanagawa prefecture.

1997

Established Okada America Medina Office in Medina, Ohio.
Established Shikoku Branch in Ehime prefecture.

2000

Established Okada America, Inc., a US affiliate, in Portland, Oregon.
Established Yokohama branch in Kanagawa prefecture.

2001

Developed and launched the TS-W series, a new line of hydraulic crushers and cutters.

2003

Established AIYON TECH. CO., LTD
(Sangojyuki became a 100% owned OKADA AIYON subsidiary)
OKADA AMERICA becomes a 100% owned OKADA AIYON subsidiary.

2004

Established Nagoya branch.
Opened bonded warehouse in Netherlands, which is covering whole European market.
Participated in bauma 2004 at Munich, Germany

2006

Established Europe liaison office in Netherlands.

2007

Participated in bauma 2007 at Munich, Germany

2009

Launched and developed the TS-WK800V and the TOP series new model, TOP55,190,290

2010

OKADA India Sales representative office open

2012

Launched and developed Okada Series Hydraulic Breaker.

2013

Launched and developed TS-S Crusher Series new model TS-S550C.

2014

Launched and developed OSC Series new model 135AV, 200AV and 360AV.

2015

Established Yokohama Branch in Kanagawa prefecture. 

2015

Head office renewal. company_history_honsha renewal 2015     

 

 

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