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The first 20 years of Nichiyu's activity were not accompanied by outstanding discoveries in the field of mechanical engineering.
It was only in 1958 that the first electric forklift truck equipped with a retractable cargo lift rolled off the assembly line.
A year later, it was improved (the model was called Platter).
The machine now moved items from the boxcars to the platforms.
By 1965, it was again finalized, reducing the explosiveness.
In 1970, Nichiyu became a market innovator. It was the first to develop automated forklift trucks that work without an operator (model Mujincar).
A year later, at the World Exhibition of Special Equipment, NYK presented a new development.
Such was the automatic forklift on a two-phase motor without brushes.
The progress of the Japanese concern did not go unnoticed by the world.
In 1984, Nichiyu enters into an agreement with the Spanish corporation Ulma Manutencion S and transfers technology for the development of electric vehicles to it.
At its own enterprise in 1985, the company produced the world's first electric stacker, controlled remotely and protected from detonations.
Between 1970 and 1990, two more contracts were signed with industry leaders.
Trade relations established with American Tennant Co, which specializes in the production of outdoor special equipment Korean Samsung Heavy Industries.
However, Nichiyu not only shares its developments with partners, but also develops its own influence in the world.
In 1997, a division of Techno Nichiyu was opened, which is engaged in the design and implementation of computer programs for distributions.
The headquarters located in Kyoto was awarded ISO 9001 certification in 1998.
A year later, Nichiyu Forklift and Nichiyu Machinery are founded. The latter, shortly before the new millennium, also received ISO 9001 certification.
Nichiyu forklifts are a combination of Asian engineering traditions and innovative trends of the 21st century.
The technique guarantees the accuracy of work, the accuracy of the movement of goods, and the functioning in a limited area.