More than 200 years of innovation
Completed construction of new Kyoto factory Launched CERTUS System sales in N. America Installed repeat orders for large scale precision glass scrubbers
Achieved AOAC validation for CERTUS Environmental Listeria Assay Toho Inc. achieves record sales results
Appointed Exclusive Distributor of Nanometrics Material Characterization systems in N. America Launched CERTUS food safety operations in Chicago
Tripled size of U.S. Sales office with move to new commercial loft facility in Chicago Acquired Daito Mitech, maker of X-ray imaging software and process equipment Concluded distribution agreement with…
Launched Toho Automation Sales activity in the United States Expanded U.S. Sales Representation of Nanometrics Material Characterization products
Acquired leading industrial electronics manufacturer Yoshida Electric Industry Co. Ltd. Established Silicon Valley business development operation
Launched Distribution of Kramer Sonic Industries Scanning Acoustic Microscopy systems in North America Expanded Distribution of Medical Diagnostic Equipment in Japan
Toho Indonesia established in Jakarta to serve industrial growth emerging markets Toho Technology Inc. re-incorporated and expanded
Operations established in Korea, Wuxi, China, Guangzhou, China established Acquired Water Purification technologies featuring Electrolysis Cleaning systems
Operations in Singapore and Taiwan officially established
Concluded Technology Transfer from Zygo Corporation for Optical Inspection systems for the Displays Market
Tokyo Applications and Sales office opened in Akihabara, Central Tokyo
Operations established in Shiga Prefecture, Japan
Established Design and Development center in Shanghai, China Operations established in Okazaki, Japan
Concluded Technology Transfer from Nanometrics Inc. for Thin Film measurement systems for the Displays Market Opened sales office in Suzuhou, China & Ogaki, Japan
Opening of New Factory, Toho Shanghai East Technology Co., Ltd, Quing Pu, China Operations established in Toyota city, Japan and Tianjin, China
Concluded Technology Transfer from KLA-Tencor Corporation for Thin Film Stress Measurement systems Achieved ISO 14001 Certification Established Eastern HVAC Systems Co., Ltd. in Nagoya, Japan
Established Toho Technology Co., Ltd in Shanghai Quingpu Industrial Park
Established Toho Technology U.S.A. llc in Chicago, Illinois U.S.A. Established Shanghai Toho Technology Co., Ltd in Shanghai, China
Concluded Technology Transfer from KLA-Tencor Corporation for Profiler systems for the Displays Market
Established joint venture in China with regional government
Constructed and opened new Factory in Inazawa, Japan
Merged industrial and home appliance divisions
Constructed new Headquarters building in central Nagoya, Japan
Began Multiplex Transmission device sales and manufacturing of TOLINE series
Established Engineering operations in group companies
Initiated Manufacturing operations for industrial electronics in Japan
Industrial and Consumer Electronics operations divided into two companies
Established asset management company Yowakai, the predecessor of Toho Technology Corporation.
Toa Industries established in Nagoya, Japan (first entry into technology markets)
Co-founded Meitetsu Nagoya Railroad in central Japan.
Co-founded Nagoya Electric Railway, the predecessor of Meitetsu (Nagoya Railroad) in the City of Nagoya.
Supported the foundation of the Meiji Bank
Tomita Jusuke IV established agricultural business in Toyohashi city.
Established Forestry and Timber business near Miya River in Mie.
Tomita Jusuke III, expanded business to include imported wool fabric and cosmetics following Japan’s opening of Yokohama and Kobe ports to the world.
Founded “Momijiya” family owned dry goods store in former Teppo-cho, location of current Toho headquarters.
Tomita Jusuke I, moved from Komi, Chita city to Nagoya to establish operations.
In 1819 in Nagoya, Japan, the Tomita family, founders of modern day Toho Technology, saw a new business opportunity and began distribution of imported American dry goods into feudal Japan.