Kawasaki Dockyard Co., Ltd., established by Shozo Kawasaki.
Corporate name changed to Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd.
Kawasaki Steel corporation established and separated from Kawasaki Heavy Industries.
The Corporation's president was Yataro Nishiyama.
Opened Chiba Works.
Blast Furnace No. 1 is blown at the Chiba Works.
Opened Mizushima Works.
Blast Furnace No. 1 is blown at the Mizushima Works.
Established Companhia Siderurgia de Tubarao in Brazil.
Commenced engineering and construction operations.
Commenced chemical operations.
Invested in California Steel Industries, Inc., in the United States.
Embarked on the first Five-Year Plan.
Determined a new corporate philosophy.
Established Armco Steel Co., L.P., in the United States.
Commenced large-scale integrated circuit (LSI) operations.
Embarked on the second Five-Year Plan.
LSI Utsunomiya Works went on-stream.
Revised the second Five-Year Plan.
Commenced bridge and steel structure operations.
Finished modernization at the Chiba Works.
Embarked on the mid-term Management Plan
Embarked on the 2nd mid-term Management Plan