The semi-automatic TSD-N3 is launched.
Our first YX20 X-ray system is launched.
The semi-automatic TSDW206 is launched and Yamato South Africa is opened.
The Epsilon weigher is launched.
The I-Series Checkweigher is launched.
Yamato Scale GmbH is certified according to the DIN EN ISO 9001:2008. Yamato Scale Benelux is founded. The multihead weigher series Dataweigh Omega is introduced.
A Yamato subsidiary is established in India.
Global distribution of Yamato Scale Shanghai Alpha Series begins.
The multihead weigher series Sigma F1 Frontier is launched. The Russian subsidiary is established in Moscow.
The technologically revolutionary concept of the Sigma F1 Frontier is introduced.
The digital load cell is released.
The AICC-SE Console is released.
Yamato Scale France is founded. The multihead weigher Series Sigma Plus is released.
The Advanced Interactive Command Console is released.
Yamato Corporation Dataweigh Division is founded in the US.
The introduction of the model ADW-510A marks the launch of the entry level multihead weigher series Alpha. Yamato is granted the patent for Digital Filter.
Yamato Scale Dataweigh UK, Ltd. is founded in Leeds, UK.
Yamato Corporation is founded in the US. The multihead weigher Series Sigma with its Super Command Console is launched.
Bejing Schouchang Yamato Electric Scale Co., Ltd. is founded in Peking, China.
Shanghai Yamato Scale Co., Ltd. is founded in Shanghai, China.
The multihead weigher Series RB is launched.
Yamato Scale GmbH is founded in Düsseldorf, Germany. The multihead weigher Series RA is launched.
Kumyong Yamato Scale Co., Ltd. is founded in Seoul, Korea.
Yamato is granted the patents for Double Shift and Memory Bucket technology.
The Datacell® and its load cells are developed and approved by the P.T.B. in Germany. The multihead weighers ADW-110, ADW-120, MDW-210, and SDW-220 are introduced.
Dataweigh® ADW-110, the first multihead weigher with load cells, is developed.
The first Yamato Checkweigher CB3 series is developed.
The Show Emperor and Empress visited the Head Office and Factory.
The first domestically made strain gauge load cells and Japan’s first electronic crane scale are produced.
The Weighing Division of Kawanishi Kikai K.K. is reorganised as YAMATO SCALE Ltd.
The Weighing Machine Division of Kawanishi Kikai K.K. is founded.