Our founder, Gisaburo Sugata, established Sugahei Shokai machinery department in Kasaoka-machi, Fukuyama City. Began manufacturing and selling pumps, and selling industrial machines both domestically and overseas.
Moved the factory to a larger site in Okinogami-cho (current Konan-cho), Fukuyama City.
Changed the company name to Kyokuto Machine Manufacturing Co., Ltd. Began manufacturing air blowers in addition to pumps under Kyokuto brand.
Designated as a streamlined model factory by the Small and Medium Enterprise Agency.
Entered into a technology partnership with Franklin Inc. (U.S.A.).
Entered into a technology partnership with Deming Inc. (U.S.A.).
Moved the head office and main factory to Miyuki-cho, Fukuyama City. Completed a modern factory that showcased industry-leading scale and latest facilities.
Began developing and selling total heat exchangers in addition to pumps and air blowers.
Developed fire pump units that set a precedent for “unitization,” the mainstream of today’s market.
Developed the industry’s first water supply unit.
Established Kyokuto Services Co., Ltd. (Current Teral Technoservice Inc.).
Entered into a business partnership with Flygt Inc. (Sweden).
Addressed “Improving Water Quality Through Destratification” with Shiga Prefecture’s Lake Biwa Research Institute.
Released the “ARLS Series,” which caused a revolution in pump materials.
Completed the General Research Institute. Released the total heat exchanger “Econo S”
Completed our Saitama factory. Began supporting the Kansai Hydrosphere Environment Interest Research Organization.
Changed the company name to Teral Kyokuto Inc.
Won the Medium and Small Business Research Institute Award.
Established Teral Chemical Inc. (current manufacturing department).
Organized an overseas trip for employees to celebrate surpassing ¥20 billion in annual sales.
Established Teral Thai Co., Ltd.
Established Teral Denso Co., Ltd. (current manufacturing department). Held Living Environment Forum ’93 nationwide.
Established Teral Environmental Systems Co., Ltd. (current Teral Technoservice Inc.).
Completed Teral Thai Co., Ltd.’s new factory in Ayutthaya. Established Teral(H.K.) Ltd.
Bought property and building in Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo (Teral Koraku Building/Tokyo office).
Achieved 7 million hours of accident-free production.
Teral Services and Teral Environmental Systems Merged to form Teral Technoservice Inc.
Received ISO9001 certification.
Teral Denso Co., Ltd. (current manufacturing department) received ISO9001 certification.
Teral Chemical Inc. (current manufacturing department) received ISO9001 certification.
Established Teral General Machine (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
All the shares of Taku Electric Corp. (current Teral Taku Co., Ltd.) were transferred from Mitsubishi Electric Corporation.
Formed a capital alliance with Kurita Electric Works, Ltd. (current Teral Kurita Co., Ltd.).
Disposer business was transferred from Sekisui Aqua Systems Co., Ltd.
Completed Teral General Machine (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.’s new factory.
Completed the Ekiya factory exclusively for large-sized fans.
Pump business was transferred from Matsushita Electric Works, Ltd.
Changed the company name to Teral Inc.
Received ISO14001 certification.
Established Anhui Taiwei Electric Machine Co., Ltd. (T&W), a new joint venture company in China.
Coolant pump and ring blower business was transferred from Fuji Electric Systems Co., Ltd.
Established Teral Asia Limited.
Established Teral Malaysia Sdn. Bhd.
The shares of Taniyama Co., Ltd. were transferred from Taikisha Ltd. to the Teral group.
Established Teral Pumps and Fans North America Ltd.
Established Teral Middle East F.Z.C.
Established TERAL VIETNAM LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
Established PT. Teral Indonesia Pumps and Fans
Established Teral-Aerotech in India by making a joint venture between the Teral Asia ltd and Aerotech In 2016.