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1925 Ogaki Denki Yakin Kogyosho Co. established, production of various ferroalloys started
1937 Industrial chemical business started at Kuriyama in Hokkaido
1963 Nippon Denki Yakin Co., Ltd. and Toho Denka Co., Ltd. merged, Nippon Denko Co., Ltd. formed
1969 Ferroalloys Tokushima Plant with a 30,000 d.w.t. ore landing pier completed
1973 Functional Materials£¯Environmental Recycling System Environmental recycling system business started
1984 Functional Materials£¯Environmental Recycling System Ferro boron manufacturing facilities using an electric furnace in Hokuriku Plant completed
1989 Functional Materials£¯Environmental Recycling System Zirconium oxide manufacturing facilities in Tokushima Plant completed
1992 Functional Materials£¯Environmental Recycling System New regeneration facilities of MINICHROPACK in Koriyama Plant completed
Functional Materials£¯Environmental Recycling System Additional high-carbon ferro boron manufacturing facilities in Hokuriku Plant completed
1993 Ferroalloys "NST Ferrochrome (Pty) Limited", J/V established with Samancor Inc., in the Republic of South Africa
1996 Functional Materials£¯Environmental Recycling System Cartridge-type water purifiers (AQUA PACK) introduced to the market
1997 Ferroalloys Medium and low-carbon SLP Ferro-manganese manufacturing facilities transferred from Miyako Plant to Tokushima Plant
  "NB Chrome Co., Ltd.",J/V established with Britain's Elementis
Functional Materials£¯Environmental Recycling System Export of ND MINICHROPACK to South Korea commenced
1999 Functional Materials£¯Environmental Recycling System Zirconium oxide manufacturing facilities expanded
Functional Materials£¯Environmental Recycling System Stationary water purifiers (MR-PACK) introduced to the market
2000 Ferroalloys Strategic alliance established with Samancor for FeMn production
Ferroalloys Unloading facility at Tokushima Plant replaced (operational efficiency increased remarkably)
Functional Materials£¯Environmental Recycling System Expansion of the ferro boron production facility completed
Functional Materials£¯Environmental Recycling System Boron recovery facility construction completed
Functional Materials£¯Environmental Recycling System Zirconium oxide plant construction completed
2001 Functional Materials£¯Environmental Recycling System Strategic alliance established with Nihon Rensui
Functional Materials£¯Environmental Recycling System R&D center for zirconium oxide established
Functional Materials£¯Environmental Recycling System Sales operation of Ceriguard (UV-blocker material) acquired
2002 Ferroalloys Completed F/S on establishment of J/V with Highveld for FeV production and commenced construction of new plant
Functional Materials£¯Environmental Recycling System Basic agreement with Korean Plating Industry Association and local companies for establishment of J/V concluded
Functional Materials£¯Environmental Recycling System Started new operation of Hidaka Electron
Functional Materials£¯Environmental Recycling System J/V to manufacture aluminum electrolytic foil for high-voltage capacitors set up with Nihon Chemicon
2003 Ferroalloys SAJ Vanadium commenced production of FeV
Functional Materials£¯Environmental Recycling System Hidaka Electron commissioned new facilities for aluminum electrolytic foil for high-voltage capacitors
Functional Materials£¯Environmental Recycling System Took over lithium-ion battery materials business
Functional Materials£¯Environmental Recycling System ND Recycle Korea started operation
2004 Ferroalloys Established Jinzhou Nichiden Ferroalloy Co., Ltd. for FeSiMn production
Ferroalloys Ferromanganese production facility expanded in Tokushima Plant
Functional Materials£¯Environmental Recycling System Commenced production and sale of "fluorine/phosphorus recovery system"
Functional Materials£¯Environmental Recycling System Production and sale of "pure water equipment" for fuel cells initiated
2005 Ferroalloys Installation of in-house power generator with off-gas from the furnace in Tokushima Plant
  Industrial chemicals improved business structure
2008 Ferroalloys SLP ferromanganese production capacity enhanced (to 30,000 tons per year)
Functional Materials£¯Environmental Recycling System Ferro boron production capacity enhanced
2009 Ferroalloys High-carbon ferromanganese production system of 220,000 tons per year established
2010 Ferroalloys SLP ferromanganese production capacity enhanced again (to 40,000 tons per year)
Functional Materials£¯Environmental Recycling System First large-scale plant for automotive battery materials completed
2011 Functional Materials£¯Environmental Recycling System Second large-scale plant for automotive battery materials completed
  Reached basic agreement regarding transfer of chromium salt project to Nippon Chemical Industrial Co., Ltd.
2012 Ferroalloys Established NDC H.K.Company Ltd. (currently, consolidated subsidiary) in China(Hong Kong)
Ferroalloys Capital investment in Pertama Ferroalloys Sdn. Bhd. in Malaysia
  Business transfer of chromium chemicals to Nippon Chemical Industrial Co., Ltd.
2013 Ferroalloys Capital investment in Kudumane Investment Holding Limited in China(Hong Kong)
2014 Merger with Chuo Denki Kogyo Co., Ltd.
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