|1947||Tokyo Boeki Shokai, the predecessor of Tokyo Boeki was established by late Mr. Yasuo Matsumiya|
|1955||Acquired an exclusive distributorship of swivel joints and loading arms of Chiksan Corp. of USA and started sales to petroleum, electric power and gas industries|
|1959||Successfully led negotiations between Chiksan Corp of USA and Niigata Engineering Co. to a technical tie-up and started production of swivel joints and loading arms in Japan.|
|1968||Delivered the first LNG loading arm for marine use in Japan|
|1973||Delivered the world’s largest (at that time) 24“ loading arm. |
Delivered a cumulative total of 1,000 loading arms in Japan and overseas.
|1987||Supplied the world’s largest Loading Arm for LNG service to Woodside Energy (Australia).|
|1988||Completing the 16“ LNG loading arm ERS retrofit.|
|1989||NIIGATA original NT-DBV ERS with double ball valves was developed and supplied to Tokyo Gas Co.,Ltd.|
|1995||Delivered the world’s largest (at that time) LNG loading arm to Korea GAS.|
|1998||Delivered a cumulative total of 5,000 loading arms in Japan and overseas.|
|2003||Acquired loading system business from Niigata Engineering and established Niigata Loading Systems Ltd. to develop, manufacture, sell and provide aftersale service in-house for fluid loading and unloading machines for the energy industry|
|2004||Sale of Shinko LNG terminal pumps exceeded 300 pumps, firmly maintaining the top market share in Japan|
|2005||Delivered 4sets of DCMA type marine loading arm with NIIGATA original ERS(emergency release system) and H-QCDC(quick coupler with hydraulic operation).|
|2006||Tokyo Boeki Ltd. became a holding company and the business of Tokyo Boeki was split into Tokyo Boeki Machinery Ltd. and Tokyo Boeki Steel & Materials Ltd|
|2007||Sale of LNG loading arms is increasing, installed at LNG bases in 64 places throughout the world (total 260 units), continuing to further solidify its position as a leading company of loading arms in the world market.|
|2008||Opening of a resident office in Beijing, China |
First company in Japan to deliver marine loading arms with an Emergency Release System to national oil storage terminals.
Developped 16“ ERS(emergency release system) with single cylinder for LNG service.
|2012||Opened a resident office of Energy Machineries Business in Malaysia|
|2015||Tokyo Boeki Machinery(Tokyo Boeki KIKAI) Ltd. changed its name to Tokyo Boeki Machinery Ltd. Niigata Loading Systems Ltd. changed its name to Tokyo Boeki Engineering Ltd.|
|2018||Closed the Malaysia office and opened the Singapore branch.|
|2019||Commercialization and sales launch of “CoRoCo” series of transport support robots.|
|2021||Tokyo Boeki Machinery Ltd. and Tokyo Boeki Engineering Ltd. merged to form TB Global Technologies Ltd.|