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Corporate History

Diamond Engineering Co., Ltd. (abbreviated DEC) is a separate, independent general engineering company, founded in 1969, from the core of the design engineering department of Nippon Carbide Industries, inheriting its technology, patents, know-how, equipment, and staff.

July, 1969

Established Diamond Engineering Co., Ltd., in Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo.
(Capital 20 million yen)
Opened Uozu office (in Nippon Carbide Industries Co., Ltd. Uozu plant) in Motoshin, Uozu City, Toyama Prefecture, Japan.”

October, 1972 Began analysis contracting and consulting business.
October, 1973 Completed construction of new office building in Shakado, Uozu City, Toyama Prefecture, and transferred Uozu office.
Increased capital to 40 million yen.
January, 1974 Established the Analysis Center.
December, 1987 Established the DEC Architectural Institute Co., Ltd.
June, 1988 Merged the Analysis Center with the Nippon Carbide Industries Uozu Research Analysis Lab and established the DEC Research Center.
April, 1997 Merged with Shin Nippon Machinery Co., Ltd.
Received business transfer from DEC Research Center Co., Ltd. and Nippon Carbide Construction Materials.
Increased capital to 60 million yen.
September, 2006 Established the Tokyo business office in Matsugaya, Taito-ku, Tokyo.
July, 2007 Increased capital to 90 million yen.
February, 2009 Transferred head office to Shakado, Uozu City, Toyama Prefecture, Japan.
September, 2009

Established Diamond (Dalian) Mechanical & Electrical Technology Co., Ltd. In Dalian, China.