|Company Name||FUJI TRADING CO., LTD.|
|Established||May 12, 1953|
|Paid-up capital||100 million yen|
|Bankers||Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation
The Iyo Bank, Ltd.
MUFG Bank, Ltd.
|1953||Founded by Chuhei Koike in Kobe, Japan with a capital of 250 thousand yen.|
|1959||Yokohama branch office opened.|
|1960||Moji branch office opened.|
|1964||Oslo, Norway branch office opened.|
|1967||Head office moved to Yokohama, Kobe branch office opened.|
|1970||Machinery Department established in Yokohama to build the foundation for Fuji's business of ship's machinery and spare parts.
Computerization of company began with installment of IBM S/3 computers.
|1971||New office and warehouse completed in Kobe (on the site of the current Kobe office). Kobe branch office moved.|
|1972||Capital increased to 100 million yen. Machinery Department moved to Kobe. Engineering Department established in Kobe to render technical services.|
|1973||Rotterdam branch office opened. New premises completed in Yokohama (on current site). Head office and Yokohama branch office moved in.|
|1974||Tokyo branch office opened. Rotterdam office reorganized to establish Fuji Trading (Marine) B.V. as a wholly-owned subsidiary. Online computer system linking Yokohama and Kobe offices started.|
|1975||Head Business Department moved to Tokyo from Yokohama.|
|1978|| Ship Stores Catalogue edited and published by Fuji Trading was established by ISSA as the standard reference catalogue, using Fuji Trading's codes. Building of headquarters and Yokohama office expanded.
London and New York branch offices opened.
|1979||New York office reorganized to establish Fuji Trading (America) Inc. as a wholly-owned subsidiary.|
|1982||Fuji Trading (Singapore) Pte., Ltd established as a wholly-owned subsidiary.|
|1983||Kobe office rebuilt. Hong Kong branch office opened.|
|1989|| Hong Kong office reorganized to establish Fuji Trading (Marine) Co., Ltd. as a wholly-owned subsidiary.
Provided services to LNG tanker fleet involved in 80% of the whole LNG import to Japan.
Supply services to passenger ships started in earnest with QE2.
|1992|| A new divisional structure adopted. Marine Logistics Headquarters / Import & Sales Headquarters established.
IMPA adopted Fuji Trading’s catalogue, which was issued as “IMPA Guide Book”.
|1993||The Guide Book renamed to “IMPA Marine Stores Guide”.|
|1994||Machinery Services Division acquired ISO9002 certification.|
|1995||Dubai office opened.|
|1997||Yukinobu Fujimoto appointed as president.|
|1999||Shanghai office opened.|
|2000|| Capital participation made in local companies in South Korea and Dubai.
Fuji Horiguchi Engineering Pte., Ltd. established in Singapore.
|2002||Fuji Transport Systems (Korea) Co., Ltd. established in South Korea as a subsidiary of Fuji Transport Systems Co., Ltd.|
|2003|| Shanghai office reorganized to establish Fuji Trading (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. as a wholly-owned subsidiary.
Machinery Services Division acquired ISO9001 certification.
The 50th anniversary celebrated.
|2004||Our No.2 Building completed in Naka-ku, Yokohama; space leased to Yokohama Tsusho Co., Ltd. and other marine-related companies.|
|2008|| Yukinobu Fujimoto appointed as chairman and Masaharu Ono appointed as president.
Middle East Fuji Khimji's Co., L.L.C. established in Oman.
|2010||Fuji Marine Logistics (Hong Kong)Ltd. established to render store supply service in Hong Kong.|
|2011|| Greece office opened.
San-Ai Fuji Co., Ltd. established in Imabari, Japan.
Manila office opened.
|2012||Fuji Metalock Brasil S.A. established in Brasil.|
|2016|| Milano office opened.
Masaharu Ono appointed as chairman and Yu Fukada appointed as president.
|2018||GSM-Fuji, L.L.C. established in USA.|
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