Jeco Co., Ltd.
-Produces automotive clocks, automotive motors, display equipment and other meters.
-After conducting a stock exchange with Denso, the Company was delisted from the Tokyo Stock Exchange Second Section on March 31, 2021, becoming a wholly owned subsidiary of Denso.
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|Feb. 1952||Established as Japan Vacuum Clock Co., Ltd. to produce and sell radio-controlled vacuum clocks.
Set up the headquarters in Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo.
|Dec. 1954||Invented precision small motors for clocks.
Started production and sales of motorized wall clocks.
Also started production and sales of motorized clocks for automobiles.
|Jun. 1955||Changed the name of the Company to Japan Electric Clock Co., Ltd.|
|Aug. 1955||Set up a headquarters and factory in Naka-meguro, Tokyo.|
|Feb. 1959||Established Gyoda factory in Gyoda city, Saitama.|
|Mar. 1962||Established Tamagawa factory in Hisachi, Kawasaki, Kanagawa|
|Dec. 1962||Listed on the 2nd Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange|
|Jul. 1963||Became Jeco Co., Ltd. as the result of a merger for the purpose of changing the par value of one share from 500 yen to 50 yen.|
|Oct. 1964||Started production and sales of tuning-fork wall clocks.|
|Jul. 1969||Set up a marketing office in Ueno, Tokyo.|
|Jun. 1970||Established Nagano Jeco Co., Ltd. as an automotive clock assembly factory.|
|Oct. 1970||Started production and sales of tuning-fork automotive clocks.|
|Nov. 1971||Established Kanagawa Plastic Co., Ltd. as a plastic molding factory.|
|Sep. 1972||Established Niigata Jeco Co., Ltd. as a precision small motor assembly factory.|
|Sep. 1972||A large stockholder moved from Kurare to Toyota.|
|Dec. 1972||Moved the headquarters to the site of the Tamagawa factory.|
|Mar. 1973||Started production and sales of quartz automotive clocks|
|Mar. 1976||Started production and sales of quartz wall clocks|
|Sep. 1980||Moved marketing office to Kanda, Tokyo|
|Sep. 1985||Moved the headquarters to the site of the Gyoda factory.|
|Apr. 1990||Started operation of Niigata Jeco as a factory for automotive motor assembly and component processing|
|May, 1994||Established Jeco Sweden (currently Jeco Europe) in Sweden to sell automotive equipment.|
|Dec. 1995||Established Jeco Auto Parts Philippines Inc. to produce and sell automotive clocks.|
|Jun. 2002||Closed the Tamagawa Office and integrated the production into the Headquarters' plant.|
|Jul. 2002||Denso became the Company's largest shareholder, replacing Toyota motor.|
|Nov. 2005||Established Dongguan Jeco Co., Ltd. in China to manufacture and sell automotive clocks.|
|Nov. 2008||Liquidated Kanagawa Jushi Co., Ltd.|
|Feb. 2010||Liquidated Niigata Jeco Co., Ltd.|
|Apr. 2020||Liquidated Dongguan Jeco Electronics Co., Ltd.|
|Mar. 2021||Delisted from the Tokyo Stock Exchange Second Section, after a stock exchange with Denso.|
|Apr. 2021||Became a wholly owned subsidiary of Denso.|
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