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Corporate History

1946
Mizuho Sangyo Co., Inc. incorporated at Kanda Ogawamachi, Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo
1952
Appointed an authorized dealer for Hitachi tubular lamps
1955
Appointed an authorized dealer for Hitachi electric home appliances
Appointed an authorized dealer for Hitachi carbon products
Appointed an authorized dealer for Hitachi measuring instruments and apparatuses
1961
Appointed an authorized dealer for Hitachi general-purpose electric equipment
1963
Divested the electric equipment division and incorporated as Mizuho Kiden Co., Inc.
Merged Daian Electric Co., Inc. and changed the corporate name to Mizuho Daian Kiden Co., Inc.
1964
Merged Kusakabe Kiden Co., Inc.
1965
Registered with Governor of Tokyo Metropolis as a construction company
Reinforced the air conditioning division and appointed an authorized installer for Hitachi refrigeration machines
1968
Appointed an authorized dealer for Hitachi general-purpose pumps
1970
Corporate name changed to Mizuho Kiden Co., Inc.
1978
Appointed an authorized dealer for Hitachi general-purpose machines
1982
Opened Fuchu Sales Office in Tokyo
1984
Annual sales exceeded 10 billion JPY
1988
Appointed an authorized dealer for Hitachi electronic components and devices
Opened a branch office in Hitachi, Ibaraki Prefecture
1989
Opened a sales office in Ota, Gunma Prefecture
1990
Opened No. 3 Building
1991
Capital increased to 100 million JPY
1992
Built No. 1 Building
1996
Celebrated 50th anniversary of founding
2002
Annual sales exceeded 20 billion JPY
2003
The Plant Systems Division of Mizuho acquired ISO 9001 certification
Capital increased to 301 million JPY
2004
Annual sales exceeded 30 billion JPY
Mizuho Co, Inc. acquired ISO 14001 certification
Established Mizuho Kiden (Shanghai) Trading Co. Ltd.
Merged the sales division of Mizuho Sangyo Co., Inc. and Mizuho Sogo Setsubi Co., Inc.
2005
Opened Hong Kong Branch
2006
Opened Singapore Branch
Celebrated 60th anniversary of founding and changed corporate name to Mizuho Co., Inc.
2009
Capital increased to 314,800,000 JPY
2011
Celebrated 65th anniversary of founding
2012
Established a subsidiary in Shenzhen, China
2016
Celebrated 70th anniversary of founding
Capital increased to 324,800,000 JPY
2018
Established a subsidiary in Suzhou, China