|1877||Started marine transportation business.|
|1928||Changed the company name to Kato Kaiun. Set up the head office in Kobe. Started a marine transportation service between Osaka and Kagawa Prefecture.|
|1957||Changed the company name to Kato Kisen Co., Ltd.
Span off its cargo department to set up Kato Kaiun Co., Ltd.
|1961||Started a leased cargo transport service between Osaka and Shikoku (establishment of Katolec).|
|1963||Started a door-to-door delivery service for major department stores.|
|1965||Established Fukuju Unyu Co., Ltd in Saijo, Ehime Prefecture.
Established Shikoku Precision Automotive Industry Co. (now Precision Automotive Services Co., Ltd.) to start the auto repair business.
Opened the Tokyo Office.
|1967||Span of the land transportation department from Kato Kisen Co., Ltd. to establish Kato Rikuun Co., Ltd.|
|1976||Established Shikoku Museum of Folk Houses (widely called "Shikoku-Mura") to return the company's fruits to society.|
|1980||Started assembly and manufacture of electronic components (start of the electronics business).|
|1982||Started a fine art transportation service. Introduced a large computer system into the door-to-door segment for an integrated service ranging from storage to display of art works. Set up a distribution control system based on online networks connected to customers.|
|1988||Received an Architectural Institute of Japan Award for the Shikoku Museum of Folk Houses. Put on display 17 houses as important cultural assets.|
|1992||Changed the company name to Katolec Corporation. Changed the company name from Fukuju Unyu Co., Ltd to Katolec West Corporation.|
|1993||Completed an office building for the Tokyo Head Office. Set up a fine art warehouse within the building.
Established P.T. Katolec Indonesia as the first overseas plant.
|1994||Received a Mecenat Regional Award for the Shikoku Museum of Folk Houses.|
|1996||Established Katolec (Thailand) Co., Ltd.
Established Katolec Philippines Corporation.
|1997||Opened Materials Center to reinforce the domestic procurement of components.|
|1999||Opened the Takamatsu new plant.|
|2002||Established Katolec (HK) Co., Ltd. to procure components in overseas markets in China and other countries.
Opened EMS Promotion Center (to succeed Materials Center).
Started operations at the Shenzen plant in China.
|2003||Relocated the head Office to Koto Ward, Tokyo.
Established Katolec Suzhou Co., Ltd.
|2005||Established Katolec Vietnam Corporation.|
|2006||Established Katolec Czech s.r.o..
Established KATOLEC DE BAJA CALIFORNIA, S.A. DE C.V.
|2007||Opened the Fine Art Transportation Osaka Office.|
|2008||Joined NPS Seminar as a Full Member.|
|2009||Opened the Chubu Office & Warehouse for Logistics.|
|2011||Established KATOLEC ENGINEERING (Thailand) Co., Ltd.
Established KATOLEC MALAYSIA SDN.BHD.
|2012||Established KATOLEC AUTOMOTIVE SYSTEMS (GUANGZHOU) Co., Ltd.|
|2013||Opened the logistics division in Katolec (HK) Co., Ltd.|
|2014||Established KATOLEC DE GUANAJUATO, S.A. DE C.V.|
|2016||All Acquisition of Shares of COSMO Engineering.co.,LTD|