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Deli Turkeys!

History

1953 Founded with JPY 1.0 million capital after a unique sexing device, patented worldwide, has been developed.
1955 Starting export of 1.0 million day old chicks, 2,000 rabbits and 6,000 pigs based on U.S. funded Vietnam restoration program Record breaking day old chick export quantity by airfreight in Japan
1960 Starting import of major U.S. broiler breeders to start trial management in Japan
1961 Starting import of Pilch breeder from U.S. Starting import of Big Dutchman products from U.S.
1962 Starting import of Babcock breeders from U.S.
1963 Established "Big Dutchman, Japan Co., Ltd." Starting to locally produce Big Dutchman products Built Nagoya branch Increased Capital to JPY 20 million Established "Big Dutchman, Japan Co., Ltd." Relocated Head office to Central Tokyo, Gojokai-building
1964 Built Hiroshima Branch
1965 Increased Capital to JPY 40 million Built own warehouse in Kawaguchi-shi Closed a long term contract with U.S. Pilch for Grand Parent breeder import to Japan
1968 Closed a technical support contract with Big Dutchman U.S.
1974 Increased Capital to JPY 65 million
1976 Increased Capital to JPY 130 million
1978 Closed an exclusive representation contract with U.S. Jennie-O Foods Starting import and distribution of Jennie-O Foods products
1982 Merging Japan Pilch Grand Parent breeder farm Increased capital to JPY 135 million Built own warehouse in Ishioka-shi
1987 Built Miyazaki branch
1989 Starting import and distribution of seafoods
1993 Closed an exclusive representation contract with U.S. Hormel Foods International Corp. Starting import and distribution of Hormel's ham, sausage and bacon products Merging Japan Babcock Grand Parent farm
1994 Increased Capital to JPY 287 million
1996 Established new head office building, relocating to Yushima, Tokyo
2001 Starting import and distribution of France, Volaven's turkey processed products
2006 Merging Tohzai Machine Co., Ltd.
2007 Relocation of Kyushu Sales Branch office
2008 Setting up a product display room at Kyushu Branch
2010 Start of Novogen Parent Stock Import from France
2013 Solar Power Generator Facility Established in Iwase Farm
2014 Asahikawa Branch, Osaka Branch Established
Chubu Branch Established ( Relocation of Nagoya Branch )
Solar Power Generator Facility Established in Daian Farm
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