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Toppan Printing Limited Partnership founded by a group centered around former engineers from the Finance Ministry's Printing Bureau, who used the cutting-edge printing technology of the day, the Erhört letterpress (galvanoglyph).
Reorganized as Toppan Printing Co., Ltd.
HB photo mechanical prepress method and equipment introduced from the U.S.
Koishikawa Paper Container Plant opened.
Itabashi Plant completed and opened.
Selected as winner in all categories (¥1,000, ¥500, ¥100, ¥10, ¥5, ¥1) in the Finance Ministry's Bank of Japan bank note design bidding.
Itabashi Plant, Fuji Plant, Osaka Branch Plant designated as Finance Ministry supervised plants according to regulations governing factories manufacturing currency. (This designation remained until 1952.)
Toppan Koishikawa Building completed. Toppan Hall and the Printing Museum, Tokyo opened.
Toppan Fair 2000 held in six locations.
Applied research for digitally archiving cultural assets of the Forbidden City in collaboration with China's Palace Museum commenced.
NEC Toppan Circuit Solutions, Inc. established in cooperation with NEC Corporation to develop and sell printed wiring boards.
Mecenat Encouragement Award received at the 2002 Mecenat Awards ceremony for operation of Toppan Hall.
Institute for Digitization of the Palace Museum Heritage opened within China's Palace Museum. First phase of work, The Imperial Palace VR: The Forbidden City-the Emperor's Palace, completed.
Award for Distinction as a Corporate Citizen received from the Bunkyo Ward in Tokyo.
Shanghai Toppan Co., Ltd. and Shanghai Toppan Printing Co., Ltd. established.
Operations of three printing-related Japan Tobacco, Inc. subsidiaries taken over.
Buyout of DuPont Photomasks, Inc. completed.
A joint development agreement with IBM of the U.S. to develop state-of-the-art photomasks concluded.
Industrial Materials Division merged with Toppan Cosmo to restructure and revitalize the latter.
Bitway business spun off to create Bitway Co., Ltd.
TOPPAN SOLUTION WORLD 2006 exhibitions held in seven locations across the country.
Contract concluded with the Government of Greece to provide the Greek Secure Document Issuance System. Local company established to perform maintenance services.
Cartocan paper-based beverage containers presented with the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry Award at the third Eco-Products Awards.
Mie Plant II completed. First-ever production of LCD color filters for eighth-generation-size glass (world's largest) initiated.
Toppan named one of the Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in the World.
Toppan Label and TMP merged to create Toppan TDK Label.