Japanese

History

1960 - 1969
Plant devoted to lift trucks completed at Kyowa Plant.
Toyota Central Research & Development Laboratories, Inc. established with capital from 10 Toyota Group companies.
1960
Shovel loader production starts.
Three cylinder crank shaft type compressor production starts. Three cylinder crank shaft type compressor production starts.
  1963
Friction welding machine production starts.
Dump truck production starts.
Recognized by Ministry of International Trade and Industry as first company contributing to export. 1964
J-type diesel engine production starts. J-type diesel engine production starts.
Six-cylinder swash plate type compressor production starts.
Toyota Automated Continuous Spinning System unveiled.
“The 100th Anniversary of the late Mr. Sakichi's birth” held at the Nagoya City Science Museum. 1966  
Industrial vehicle monthly output reaches 1,000 units. 1967
Nagakusa Plant starts operations.
Publica (pickup truck) production starts.
Nagakusa Plant starts operations.Publica (pickup truck) production starts.
Electric counterbalanced lift truck production starts. Electric counterbalanced forklift truck production starts.
Mini Ace (automobile) production starts. Mini Ace (automobile) production starts.
H-type diesel engine production starts.
  1968
Open-end spinning machine production starts. Open-end spinning machine production starts.
  1969 C Type Automatic Loom prototype completed.

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