History

March 1966 Started as a personal business at 4-242 Nagabuchi, Ome, Tokyo, Japan.
April 1967 Established Kubo Plastic Kogeisha at 4-239 Nagabuchi, Ome with one million yen in capital.
October 1971 Launched the production of industrial products in the engineering plastics field.
April 1973 Increased the capital to 4 million yen.
September 1975 Changed the company name to Kubopura Corporation.
March 1983 Increased the capital to 5 million yen.
September 1984 Began to implement new models of machinery and equipment.
May 1988 Increased the capital to 15 million yen.
January 1991 Increased the capital to 20 million yen.
April 2001 Established the east second plant (Mitsuhara Plant).
July 2006 Refurbished the company building.
November 2008 Participated in the 11th Tokyo Industrial Exhibition 2008 show (at Tokyo Big Sight).
June 2009 Participated in the 13th Mechanical Components & Materials Technology Expo (at Tokyo Big Sight).
October 2009 Participated in the 12th Mechanical Components & Materials Technology Expo (at INTEX Osaka).
November 2009 Participated in the Tokyo Industry Exhibition 2009 show (at Tokyo Big Sight).
November 2009 Participated in the 13th Itabashi Industrial Exhibition (at the Higashi Itabashi Gymnasium).
June 2010 Participated in the 14th Mechanical Components & Materials Technology Expo (at Tokyo Big Sight).