Founded SUGIKO Store in Wataridamukaicho, Kawasaki-Ku, Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture.
Started to sell processed bamboo products and scaffolding logs/boards.
Established SUGIKO Store, a limited company.
Reorganized into SUGIKO Store Co., Ltd.
Start of Rental Business
Changed the company name to SUGIKO Co., Ltd.
Launched a scaffolding equipment rental business.
Developed the business mainly targeting the plant industry.
For Construction Site Safety
Established "Construction Safety Management Department."
Started to provide scaffolding safety services with full-time staff assigned.
200 Employees with sales exceeding 10 billion yen
Started scaffolding safety lectures.
Started lectures for contractors on scaffolding-related laws/regulations and past accident cases at customer-sponsored safety conventions and conferences.
Launched a wall greening business.
Relocated the headquarters to Yokohama City, Kanagawa Prefecture.
Established "Scaffolding Safety Consulting Department."
Started to provide experience-based danger trainings.
Started to provide experience-based danger trainings combined with classroom lectures as a scaffolding safety education.
Started activities as a registered training institution.
Licensed by the Kanagawa Labor Bureau, started activities as a registered training institution to provide operation chiefs of scaffolding assembly, etc. with skill trainings.
Establishment of Holdings Co.
Established SUGIKO GROUP HOLDINGS CO., LTD. through a share transfer from SUGIKO Co., Ltd.
Established CONG TY TNHH SUGIKO VIETNAM in Hanoi City, Socialist Republic of Vietnam, for the purpose of business globalization.
400 Employees with sales exceeding 20 billion yen
Established SUGIKO METRO GREEN Co., Ltd. (Kawasaki-Ku, Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture) through an absorption-type company split of the urban greening business from SUGIKO Co., Ltd., for the purpose of enhancing the mobility of the urban greening business.
Obtained the shares of Nakakin-Lease Corporation to make it a wholly owned subsidiary, for the purpose of enhancing the competitiveness of the temporary equipment rental business.
800 Employees with sales exceeding 30 billion yen
Integrated the temporary equipment rental business of Nakakin-Lease Corporation through an absorption-type company split.
Became a consolidated subsidiary of ORIX Corporation.