- Fish -processing machine were first manufactured Japan by the founder of the company, Kaneo Matsubayashi. This was done through technical cooperation with the Sweden KONSERVMASKINER(whitch later become the ARENCO), witch was advanced in the manufacture of fishery machinery at that time.
- Kaneo Matsubayashi stayed in Capetown, South Africa, to develop fish-processing machines for vessels, and began R & D.
- Nippon Suisan Co.,LTD. and Taiyo Fishery Co.,Ltd. adopted our fish processing machines for their trawlers. The company began selling fish-processing machines on a large scale.
- Developed Model 707(Filleting machine/Head cutter), the first of its kind in the world.
- Started developing a fish processing machine for land-based marine products processing industry.
- Completed development of the automatic mackerel processing and canning machine for the first time in Japan, and began trial-manufacture of specialized fish processing machines for use on vessels for SURIMI(fresh mince).
- Completed development of the automatic sardine processing and canning machine and began selling Model 167, a small-size fish processing machine designed especially for use on land.
- Become a corporation. Kaneo Matsubayashi assumed the role of president.
- Completed fish processing machine for large-size fish(bonito and yerrowtail).
- Started selling Model TK-78, the first eel preparing machined in the world.
- Completed construction of new head office building in Hishiki, Sakai City.
- Commenced selling fully automatic fish processing machines for vessel.
- Began developing the first robot for use with marine products.
- Started developing a roe separator especially for Alaska pollack.
- Opened a second factory in Handaiji-cho, Sakai City.
- Completed development of the roe separator for Alaska pollack.
- Entered into an agency agreement with the Norden Conpany in Sweden.
- Commenced development a full-fledged, single-filleting machine for Alaska pollack. Initiated sales and distribution relationship with U.S.A. based company, SURIMI, INC.
- Expanded the Sakai City factory and completed construction of a new building. Commenced developing an automatic roe separator for herring and Alaska pollack.
- Norfish Marine Service, INC., based company, was appointed as the non-exclusive representative in North America for the sale of machinery and parts.
- Norfish Marine Service, INC., was appointed as the exclusive representative in North America for parts. A parts center was also established in Seatle, Washington, U.S.A.
- Started developing a flatfish SURIMI line.
- Started marketing Model 167NM small-fish proseccing machine. Began developing a young-yellowtail processing machine as well as a salmon/trout processing machine. Set up Pacific Food Systems, Inc. in Seatle, as a sole parts supply in North America.
- Started marketing Model 764 mackerel processing machine.
- Started developing a squid arm cutting machine. Began marketing a horse markerel machine for automatic removing “ZEIGO”.
- Started developing a bonito processing machine for piece dried bonito.
- Started developing an Alaska pollack head V-cutter with roe separator.
- Started marketing Model PS-120 band knife filleting machine.
Started marketing bonito for KATSUO BUSHI processing machine.
- Started marketing Model 167F filleting machine that is new model machine of 167NM.
- Began developing whale processing machine that used on boat.
- Kohji Morita assumed the new president. Kaneo Matsubayashi assumed the chairman.
- Participated in new sanma project of Fisheries Research Agency. Began developing sanma auto processing machine system.
- Started marketing new hokke processing machine.
- Began developing saba (mackerel) auto processing machine system.
- Tomoyori Tsukagoshi assumed the new president.