Ferrofluidics founded for the purpose of developing commercial applications for Ferrofluid.
Ferrofluidics patents the Ferrofluidic® magnetic liquid seal for rotary applications.
Working with Ferrofluidics, Nippon Ferrofluidics is founded in Tokyo, focused on the import and sales of Computer Seals, Vacuum Seals and Ferrofluid.
Completed Chiba plant (Currently Chiba Technical Center) in Yokaichiba-city, Chiba-prefecture.
Completed Kamaishi plant (Currently Ferrotec Precision Corporation) in Kamaishi-city, Iwate-prefecture.
Established Hangzhou Dahe Thermo-Magnetic Electronics Co., Ltd. in Hangzhou, China, focused on the assembly of Thermoelectric Modules.
Established Shanghai Shenhe Thermo-Magnetic Electronics Co., Ltd. in Shanghai, China, and started producing of Thermoelectic Module material.
The company name is changed to from Nippon Ferrofluidics to Ferrotec Corporation.
Ferrotec is registered on the JASDAQ.
Ferrotec Corporation Singapore Pte, Ltd. is founded.
Established Ferrotec Quartz Corporation in Tokyo.
Separated the Kamaishi plant as Ferrotec Precision Corporation.
Established Hangzhou Dahe Precise Parts Co., Ltd. in Hangzhou. China.
Ferrotec merges with Ferrofluidics Corporation.
Acquired Isawa Tsushin Co., Ltd.
Forms a business alliance with the Komatsu Group. Forms a business alliance with Amerigon Inc. (U.S.)
Relocated the corporate headquarters to Tokyo Chuo-ku.
Acquired Technosilicon Corporation.
Acquired Telan® series of power generation systems from Teledyne Energy Systems.
Acquired Advanced Fluid Systems, Inc. (AFS).
Acquired Nord Co., Ltd. (Russia).
Acquired Sumikin Ceramics.
Acquired Temescal Division of Edwards Vacuum.