|Corporate Name||MORICO COMPANY LIMITED|
|Location||2-16-14 Meguro-Homcho, Meguro-Ku, Tokyo
|Incorporated in||December, 1938|
Authorized Capital 288 million yen
Paid-up Capital 72 million yen
|Representative Director, President||Yukio Mori|
|Description of Business||
|Offices||Head Office(Meguro,Tokyo), Hachioji Branch, Tsuru Factory, Osaka Sales Office|
|Banks||Sawayaka Shinkin Bank
Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ
Japan Finance Corporation for Small Business
|1924||Kotaro Mori established Morico Electric Manufacturing Company in Koto-Ku, Tokyo.
Supplied Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications with telecommunication and telephone related equipment and parts.
|1932||Requested by Ministry of Posts, Morico started research and development of Automatic Postal Cancelling Machine.
Completed and installed the first domestically-manufctured Automatic Postal Cancelling Machine.
|Dec. 1938||Reorganized and established Morico Manufacturing Co., Ltd, capitalized at 500,000yen. Kotaro Mori became President.|
|Aug. 1939||Opened Head Office and Factory in Meguro-Ku, Tokyo.|
|Oct. 1939||Nominated as designated factory for Yokosuka Navy.|
|Jan. 1946||Opened Tsuru Factory in Tsuru City, Yamanashi.|
|May 1947||Nominated as the first designated factory for Ministry of Posts.|
|Jun. 1948||Increased capital to 2 million yen.|
|Jan. 1949||Changed corporate name to Morico Manufacturing Co., Ltd.|
|Sep. 1952||Kotaro Mori passed away.
Kokichi Mori became President.
|Apr. 1954||Increased capital to 4 million yen.|
|Dec. 1954||Developed Desk-top Postal Cancelling Machine, which became a designated machine of Ministry of Posts and was installed in post offices all over Japan.|
|Jul. 1957||Kokichi Mori became Chairman.
Toshio Mori became President.
|Jul. 1958||Modified the Cancelling Machines for a general business use and distributed to other industries.|
|Aug. 1961||Increase capital to 16 million yen.|
|Jan. 1962||Chosen as "Rationalization Model Factory of Small and Medium Enterprise" by Small and Medium Enterprise Agency.|
|Mar. 1965||Increased capital to 46 million yen.|
|Mar. 1966||Opened Osaka Sales Office in Kita-Ku, Osaka.|
|Sep. 1968||Increased capital to 72 million yen.|
|Dec. 1972||Changed corporate name to Morico Co., Ltd.|
|Apr. 1973||Opened Hachioji Factory in Hachioji City, Tokyo.|
|Feb. 1977||Developed In-line Film Imprinters for Automatic Packing Machine, Sape, Tiip, M-Tiip.|
|Jan. 1983||Developed One-Touch Carton Imprinting Machine, Stampee Model M7.|
|Apr. 1986||Became an agent of MARSH (US).|
|Mar. 1987||Start distributing Inkjet System.
Developed Hot roll Desk-top Imprinting Machine, Stampee 630, and Multi-seriate Dry Tiip.
|Feb. 1988||Developed Full-automatic Postal Cancelling Machine for Ministry of Posts.|
|Nov. 1990||Opened Hachioji Branch in Hachioji City, Tokyo.|
|Oct. 1993||Started distributing High-resolution Inkjet, Unicorn (Marsh).|
|Nov. 1993||Developed One-touch Carton Transporting and Imprinting Machine, Stampee M7-2.|
|Oct. 1995||Became an agent of Videojet (US)|
|May. 1996||Signed to distribute ALLTEC (Germany) products.|
|Oct. 1997||Developed Thermal Imptinter, Stampee X-1, and Dry Printer, Stampee DP-1.|
|2004||Celebrated 80th year in business.|
|Aug. 2004||Toshio Mori became Chairman.
Yukio Mori became President.
Developed Automatic One-touch Carton Multi- Imprinter, Stampee M7-5 (with Print Checking Sytem).
|Aug. 2005||Developed Morico Brand Inkjet Printer, Helios.|
|Nov. 2006||Developed Inkjet Postal Cancelling Machine for Japan Post.|
|Jan. 2007||Installed Inkjet Postal Cancelling Machine in four major Post Offices in Tokyo.|
|Jun. 2007||Developed RSS Code Laser Imprinter.|
|Oct. 2008||Developed Thermal Malti-Imprinter, Stampee X-4.
Developed Inkjet Printer, Helios Plus (2 lines).
|Aug. 2009||Developed Inkjet Printer, Helios Multi.|
|Nov. 2010||Developed Inkjet Printer, Helios Alpha.|