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The Nakajima all group, always in pursuit of continued the technological innovation through creative management for the products of future.

Highlights of Nakajima All Group.

Latest April, 2004
Obtained ISO14001 certificate.
March, 2003
Obtained ISO9001 certificate of year 2000 version.
January, 2002 Extended the plant at the industrial complex in Jakarta, Indonesia.
January, 2001 Established a new plant at the industrial complex in Jakarta, Indonesia.
August, 2001 Began production of settlement terminal IC card reader/writer.
November, 2000
Started production of hand-held devices.
Started the production and sales of [NeO series], personal computers of the own brand.

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ENeO 7000
Direct sales store [ Nakajima all direct ] open a branch in Internet shopping mall, started online direct sale in earnest.
Obtained domain [www.nakajima-direct.com] for direct sales.
March, 1999
Obtained ISO9002 certificate.
Started the production and sales of
desktop-type personal computers.
February , 1998
Started the production of
handy terminals.
August, 1998
Started the production of
game controllers.
July, 1997 Started the production of cooling fan motors used for OA equipment.
November, 1996
Started the production of
video printers.
December, 1996 Completed the construction of electronic typewriter factory at Jakarta, Indonesia. Establishment of PT. Nakajima All Indonesia.
October, 1995
Started the production of
post card labeling
word processors.
May, 1994
Started the production and sales of
Can Crusher Clean Pal.
July, 1994
Started the production of
personal computers.
March, 1992
Started the production of
note type word processors.
September, 1992 Started the production of lettering machines.
March, 1990 Started the production of air cleaners.
April, 1990 Started the production of Restaurant Printers.
June, 1990
Started the production of facsimiles.

Started the production of
electronic typewriters
in Indonesia.
January, 1989 Completed production lines for electronic typewriters (40,000 units/month capacity) at U.S.A. plant (March).
October, 1989 Started the production of dot matrix printers in Korea.
July, 1988 Established the Ueda Research Institute in Ueda City, Nagano Prefecture.
September, 1988
Started the production of
word processors.
November, 1988 Completed construction of the first overseas plant in Ottawa, Illinois, U.S.A.
Founded Nakajima All Manufacturing Co., Ltd.
December, 1988
Started the production of
24-pin dot matrix printers.
February, 1983 Started the production of daisy wheel printers.
April, 1983 Completed the typewriter assembly line enabling monthly production of 100,000 units.
June, 1983 Started the production of dot matrix printers.
March, 1982
Started the production of
electronic typewriters.
July, 1982 Changed the Chicago Branch in U.S.A. to Nakajima USA INC., overseas corporation.
July, 1980 Established the Chicago Branch in U.S.A.
November, 1979 Completed the typewriter assembly line enabling monthly production of 70,000 units.
February, 1978 Started the production of an electric typewriter, M8800.
March, 1978 Established a hardening factory.
April, 1977 Completed the typewriter assembly line enabling monthly production of 50,000 units.
January, 1976 Renamed to and incorporated as Nakajima All Precision Co., Ltd.
June, 1976 Started the production of an electric typewriter, M7800.
May, 1971 Started the production of an electric typewriter, M7500.
August 1968 Transferred the typewriter factory to Oaza-Kamigomyo, Sakaki-machi, Hanishina-gun, Nagano Prefecture and established a factory for resin forming. Established an integrated production system for typewriters. Monthly production of typewriters exceeded 15,000 units.
May, 1965
Started the production
and sales of the
portable typewriters.
April, 1963 Established a new painting shop.
Completed an integrated production system from the processing of parts to the assembly of the sewing machine motor. Monthly production of sewing machine motors exceeded 25,000 units.
December, 1961
Started the production and sales of
motors for sewing machine.
March, 1958 Licensed to indicate JIS mark on its products in conjunction with the enforcement of the Japanese Industrial Standards.
May, 1956 Expanded the press factory and started the full-scale production of sewing machine parts.
October, 1948 Completed the casting factory and produced the sewing machine heads at the volume of 20,000 units per month.
August, 1946 Discontinued the production of finished sewing machines due to the sudden and drastic change in the business world. Started the production and sales of the sewing machine heads.
April, 1945 Evacuated to Sakaki-machi, Hanishinagun, Nagano Prefecture in compliance with an order from the Minister of the Navy. The Second World War terminated.
August, 1941 Designated as supervisory munitions factory. Totally suspended the production of sewing machines in order to start the production of parts and components for the Navy.
May, 1936 Completed the factory for sewing machine tables and established an integrated production system for sewing machines for ordinary household uses.
April, 1933
Renamed to
Nakajima All Mishin Seizosho.

Started the production of
sewing machines
for ordinary household uses.
April, 1931 Renamed to All Lead Mishin Seisakusho. Started the production and sales of small-sized sewing machines.
April, 1923 Nakajima Seisakausho was established by Nobuyoshi Nakajima at Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo. Started the production of printing machines.