||Founded as Seidensha Company in the city of Hamamatsu. Its first business was sales and repair of electric motors.
||It was later reorganized as Seidensha Joint Stock Company.
||It built a factory in Tekko Danchi, one of the industrial parks in Hamamatsu, moved operations there and began the design and manufacture of production facilities.
||Accepted an order from Japan National Railways Hamamatsu factory for repair work on Shinkansen railway cars.
||Acquired license for manufacture of overhead cranes (up to 50 tons) and commenced manufacture of cargo handling equipment.
||Built new machine plant and assembly plant.
||Shinya Toru appointed as representative partner.
||Commenced development and sales of the MAGVEYER™ accumulation roller conveyor.
||Started use of machine tool equipment including machining centers and commenced sales and manufacture of automated assembly modular conveyors.
||Developed and marketed the automated pneumatic handling chuck, HISEFLER.™
||Developed and commenced sales of the extrusion mold aluminum frame conveyor.
||Started supply of company products overseas.
||Reorganized company into SEDICK Corporation, appointed Minoru Osawa as company president and constructed new company premises.
||Developed and marketed an aluminum frame friction roller conveyor system.
||Designated a small-medium-enterprise creative enterprise promotional support business; Developed a gyro robot.
||Acquired a manufacturing permit from the Shizuoka Labor Standards Office
for 4-unit-type windup system for hoist-type overhead cranes and bridging
||Supplied automotive engine firing test benches to overseas customers.
||Developed a friction type large-size turntable.
||Developed a friction trolley assembly line.