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Four-Row Cylindrical Roller Heavy-Duty Rail Created By IKO

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IKO is a registered trademark of Thomson Corporation of Japan. It is a technology and technology development-oriented manufacturer of industrial accessories. Its products are mainly needle bearings and guide rail bearings. The products produced by IKO have become representatives of high-quality brand-name products, and the promise of convenient and fast service for users is realized through a global marketing network.
 
History
 
IKO Thompson Bearings Japan Thompson Co., Ltd. IKO is a professional bearing manufacturer with a history of more than 50 years, specializing in the production of needle roller bearings and linear guides. It enjoys a high reputation all over the world and is the history of needle roller bearing production in Japan. The oldest manufacturer with the most complete variety and the highest level of specialization; the four-row cylindrical roller heavy-duty guide created by IKO Kafa is world-renowned. Its products are widely used in machine tools and other industries.

1950-1969
 
1950: Established Daiichi Kasei Kogyo Co., Ltd. in Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture with a registered capital of 500,000 yen to sell bearings and mechanical parts.
 
1956: Started to develop needle roller bearings. Started sales of needle roller bearings through a business alliance with Japan Thompson Bearing Co., Ltd.
 
1959: Established Himeji Factory in Himeji City, Hyogo Prefecture and started producing needle roller bearings.
 
1963: Moved the company headquarters to Shinbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo; registered the IKO trademark for the company brand. Changed its name to Japan Thompson Co., Ltd. The company's shares are listed on the Second Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
 
1964: Acquired Japan Thompson Bearing Co., Ltd. Established Kamakura Plant in Kamakura City, Kanagawa Prefecture.
 
1967: The company's shares are listed on the Second Section of the Osaka Stock Exchange.
 
1968: The company headquarters moved to a new building in the current location (Takanawa, Minato-ku, Tokyo). The stock is listed on the first section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange and Osaka Stock Exchange.
 
1969: A four-year business cooperation agreement was reached with SKF of Sweden. Established Gifu Factory in Mino City, Gifu Prefecture. Completion of Gifu Factory (South Building of Gifu First Factory).

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