History

1950
Founded
1953
Takemoto Yohki Co., Ltd. established
1960
Storefront opened at Asakusa Kappabashi Dougu Street
1963
First blow-molded plastic products sold
1965
First injection-molded products sold
1982
Osaka Office established
1986
First injection blow-molded products sold
1988
Fukuoka Office established
1989
Yuki Factory established
1994
Sapporo Office established
1996
Tokai Office established
Shanghai Takemoto Packages Co., Ltd. established in Shanghai, China
1997
Jay Pla Factory established in Asahikawa, Hokkaido
1999
KYOEI-PLASCO CO., LTD. established
2000
Tokai Office moved to Nagoya; Nagoya Office launched
Merger with Uniprint Co., Ltd. leading to the establishment of the Yuki Print Factory
2003
Yoshikawa Factory established in Yoshikawa, Saitama (compounding factory)
2004
TAKEMOTO YOHKI (KUNSHAN) CO., LTD. established in Kunshan, Jiangsu, China
2005
TAKEMOTO PACKAGING INC. established in America
Tube business acquired from Youseisha Co., Ltd.; Jay Tom Co., Ltd. established
New office building constructed in Matsugaya, Taito District, Tokyo
2009
Jay Tom Co., Ltd. merged; Jay-Tom Factory established
Plasco factory established in Kamifurano, Sorachi District, Hokkaido
2011
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 Office established
2013
Thailand regional office established
Jay Pla Co., Ltd. merged; Jay Pla Factory established
Plasco Co., Ltd. merged; Plasco Factory established
2014
Listed on the 2nd section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange in December.
2015
Construction of new Jay-Tom Factory completed.
Takemoto Netherlands B.V. established
in the Netherlands.
2016
Construction of the printing plant of
Yuki Factory completed and Yuki Print Factory integrated into Yuki Factory.

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

TAKEMOTO YOHKI INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED established in India.

OKAYAMA FACTORY established in Nagi-cho, Katsuta-gun, Okayama.
OSAKA BLOW FACTORY closed down, personnel and equipment transferred to the newly established OKAYAMA FACTORY.