History

1950
Founded
1953
Takemoto Yohki Co., Ltd. established
1960
Storefront opened at Asakusa Kappabashi Dougu Street
1963
First blow-molded plastic products available
1965
First injection-molded products available
1982
Osaka Sales Office established
1986
First injection blow-molded products available
1988
Fukuoka Sales Office established
1989
Yuki Factory established
1994
Sapporo Sales Office established
1996
Tokai Sales Office established
Shanghai Takemoto Packages Co., Ltd. established in China
1997
Jay Pla Factory established in Hokkaido
1999
KYOEI-PLASCO CO., LTD. established
2000
Tokai Sales Office relocated to Nagoya as Nagoya Sales Office

Merger with Uniprint Co., Ltd. leading to the establishment of the Yuki Print Plant
2003
Yoshikawa Factory established in Yoshikawa, Saitama (compounding factory)
2004
TAKEMOTO YOHKI (KUNSHAN) CO., LTD. established in China
2005
TAKEMOTO PACKAGING INC. established in the U.S.

Jay Tom Co., Ltd. established for utilizing tube related business acquired from TOYAMA YOSEISYA Co,. Ltd.

New headquarters building completed in Tokyo
2009
Jay Tom Co., Ltd. merged; Jay-Tom Factory established

Plasco factory established in Hokkaido
2011
Guangzhou Office of Shanghai Takemoto Packages Co., Ltd established in Guangzhou, China

Osaka Blow Co., Ltd. established in Osaka

Osaka Blow Co., Ltd. merged; Osaka Blow Factory established
2012
Hokkaido Sales Office established
2013
Thailand regional office established

Jay Pla Co., Ltd. merged; Jay Pla Factory established

Plasco Co., Ltd. merged; Plasco Factory established
2014
The company went public and listed on the seconded section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange
2015
Construction of new Jay-Tom Factory completed

Takemoto Netherlands B.V. established in the Netherlands
2016
Printing facility of Yuki Factory completed; Yuki Print Plant integrated by Yuki Factory

TAKEMOTO PACKAGING(THAILAND)CO., LTD. established; Thailand regional office closed

TAKEMOTO YOHKI INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED established in India

Okayama Factory established in Okayama

Osaka Blow Factory closed; personnel and equipments transferred to the newly established Okayama Factory
2017
Yuki Factory acquired FSSC 22000 for Food Packaging Material Manufacturing certification (except for print / decoration)

The company became listed on the first section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange