沿革

1946 Founded to produce die-cast quenching, sheet metal parts and welded parts.
1948 Began production of bus seats.
1957 Began production of molded polyester products (Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic).
1961 Began production of aircraft seats for Kawasaki Vertol 107 helicopters.
1963 Kawabe Factory construction completed.
1964 Began mass production of FWP pipes.
1965 Began Production of vegetation cover materials.
1967 Added the Aircraft Division to produce and sub-assemble aircraft parts.
1969 Signed technical license agreement with Fairchild Hiller Corp. and Burns Aero Seat Co., U.S.A. (now B/E Aerospace. Inc.).
Began Exporting seats for commercial airplanes.
1971 Tenryu seats used in Meitetsu trains.
1972 Federal Aviation Agency (USA) approved Tenryu production of aircraft passenger seats.
1973 Delivered L-1011 passenger seats to All Nippon Airways.
1975 Began sales of Tenryu’s solar water heater.
Began production of artificial spray turf to protect works, “PLUS FRAME”.
1976 Began production of medical chairs for dialysis.
1977 Delivered aircraft passenger seats to TDA (now Japan Airlines) for DC-9.
1979 Successful in jointly developing the lightweight TB751 seat with ANA.
Began sub-assembly of Mitsubishi MU-300 fuselage.
1980 Developed an automatic rotating and reclining seat (AR100).
Installed the world’s lightest passengers seat (Model 740) in YS-11.
1981 Began sub-assembly of Kawasaki BK117 helicopter.
1983 Began delivery of F-15 ejection seats.
1987 Began delivery of T-4 ejection seats.
1988 Began production of seats for JR Tokai Shinkansen TEC 100.
Set up licensing agreement with Simula Inc. (now BAE SYSTEMS) for energy absorbing seats for use in SH-60J helicopters.
Began mass production of seats for SH-60J.
1992 Began delivery of FRP parts and seats to JR Tokai and JR West for use on Nozomi Shinkansen.
1993 Delivered aircraft parts for the first B777.
1994 Delivered large rader domes for Air Self-Defense Force.
Delivered seats for JR Tokai experimental linear trains.
1995 Developed the OHX energy absorbing seat with armor.
Began delivery of FRP parts and seats to JR East for Asama and Yamabiko.
Developed the MH2000 energy absorbing seat.
1997 Introduced the 2nd automatic rivetter and NC router.
Delivered aircraft parts for the 100th B777.
1998 Aircraft Division: Qualified to ISO 9002.
Hybrid Division: Qualified to ISO 9001.
1999 Delivered the first parts for OH-1 energy-absorbing seat with armor.
Began delivery of the parts for F-15 and F-2 ejection seat.
Began production of the CFRP high-pressure tank.
2000 Introduced the Dynamic Test Facility.
Delivered the VIP seats (for helicopter) used at the Okinawa Summit.
Introduced the CATIA (the three dimensions CAD).
2001 Started delivery aircraft parts and fuselage subassemblies for the 1st ERJ170.
Started delivery aircraft parts and fuselage subassemblies for the 1st US-1A KAI.
Obtained manufacture approval of CF tank for Natural gas automobile.
Firstly delivered parts for C-X and P-X of the aircraft company to
Kawasaki Heavy Industry.
2005 Began production of parts and subassemblies of Next-Generation
aircraft P-X/C-X.
Delivered Aichi Expo IMTS seat parts to TOYOTA.
Delivered assembly parts for the 1st C-X transport plane of the aircraft company to Kawasaki Heavy Industry.
Aircraft Company: Qualified to JIS Q 9100.
Aircraft Company : Qualified Nadcap “Heat Treatment”, “Surface Treatment” and “Composite Material”.
2006 Delivered C-X transport Plane Seats to Kawasaki Heavy Industries.
Began delivery of Electric Power System Racks for B787 prototype.
2007 Began delivery of seats for N700 Shinkansen.
2008 Introduced Autoclave, Clean Room and 5 Axis NC Router for B787 production.
2009 Changed company name from Tenryu Industries Co. to Tenryu Holdings Co. Established three companies “Tenryu Industries Co.”, “Tenryu Composite Co. ” and “Tenryu Aero Component Co.” by company split-up.
2014 Began delivery seats for passenger airplane of JAL.