July  1898 Established AICHI TOKEI MFG CO., LTD. as a clock maker in Nagoya.
February  1943 Separated the aircraft manufacturing division of AICHI TOKEI MFG CO., LTD. and incorporated it into “Aichi Kokuki Co., Ltd.”
April  1947 Started the production of three-wheeled vehicle “GIANT” and various engines.
May  1949 Newly established “Aichi Kigyo Co.,Ltd.” under the Company Resuscitation Law.
December  1952 Renamed to “AICHI MACHINE INDUSTRY CO., LTD.”
November  1959 Started the Production of light-duty four-wheeler “CONY 360.”
November  1962 Concluded a technical tie-up with Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
March  1965 Concluded a business tie-up with Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
February  1966 Started the production of Nissan A engines and transmissions for “Sunny.”
February  1970 Started the production of “Sunny Truck.”
August  1970 Started the production of Nissan A engines for “Cherry.”
July  1971 Started the production of “Cherry Cab.”
March  1972 Started the production of “Cherry Van.”
October  1976 Total output of Nissan engines reached 5 million.
April  1977 Started the operation of Matsusaka Plant.
November  1977 Started the production of Nissan A engines for “Pulsar.”
July  1978 Started the production of “Vanette” series vehicles.
October  1978 Total output of manual transmissions reached 5 million.
February  1981 Started the production of Nissan E engines designed exclusively for front engine, front drive for “Sunny” and “Pulsar.”
September  1981 Started the production of manual transmissions designed exclusively for front engine, front drive for “Sunny” and “March.”
August  1982 Started the production of “Vanette Largo.”
September  1982 Total output of Nissan engines reached 10 million.
July  1983 Total output of the Nissan vehicles reached 1 million.
December  1983 Started the operation of Minato Plant.
 September  1985 Started the production of the new “Vanette.”
November  1985 Started the operation of Oe Plant.
March  1986 Started the production of the new “Vanette Largo.”
June  1986 Total output of manual transmissions reached 10 million.
July  1987 Started the production of Nissan GA engines for “Sunny.”
April  1989 Total output of Nissan engines reached 15 million.
May  1989 Started the production of the limited model “Pao.”
October  1990 Atsuta Plant and Matsusaka Plant received Awards for PM Excellence.
May  1991 Started the production of “Vanette Serena.”
November  1991 Started the production of CG engines for “March.”
December  1991 Started the operation of Tsu Plant.
April  1992 Total output of the Nissan vehicles reached 2 million.
April  1993 Started the production of the new “Largo.”
October  1994 Minato Plant received Award for TPM Excellence.
August  1995 Started the production of “Largo Highway Star.”
November  1995 Atsuta Plant and Matsusaka Plant received Special Awards for TPM Achievement.
April  1996 Started the production of “Serena Highway Star.”
January  1997 Total output of manual transmissions reached 15 million.
January  1997 The Vehicle Division acquired the attestation of “ISO9002.”
March  1997 The Unit Division acquired the attestation of “ISO9002.”
August  1997 New head office building completed.
October  1997 Minato Plant received Award for TPM Excellence in Consistent.
February  1998 Total output of Nissan engines reached 20 million.
July  1998 Started the production of Nissan QG engines.
September  1998 Started the production of CVT's for mini vehicles.
October  1998 Machine Tool Engineering Department received Award for TPM Excellence.
May  1999 Started the production of the new “Serena.”
June  1999 Started the production of manual transmissions designed exclusively for front engine, front drive vehicle applied to “Bluebird” and “Cefiro.”
June  2000 Started the production of manual transmissions for “Datsun Pickup” and “Xterra.”
October  2000 Started the production of manual transmissions for “X-trail.”
January  2001 Atsuta Plant and Matsusaka Plant acquired the attestation of “ISO14001.”
January  2001 Established AK North America Corporation in USA.
November  2001 Atsuta Plant, Eitoku Plant, Matsusaka Plant, and Tsu Plant acquired the attestation of “QS9000.”
December  2001 Started the production of Nissan “CR”engines for “Micra.”
January  2002 Tsu Plant acquired the attestation of “ISO14001.”
April  2002 Started the production of  CVT's for motor scooters.
May  2002 Started the production of manual transmissions for Nissan “350 Z”
August  2002 Started the production of Nissan “CR”engines for “Cube.”
January  2003 Oe Plant and Headquarters acquired the attestation of “ISO14001.”
December  2003 The attestation of “ISO14001”  for Product Development Process was acquired.
January  2004 Eitoku Plant acquired the attestation of “ISO14001.”
<The attestation of “ISO14001” has been completed for Headquarters and all plants.>
August  2004 Started the production of Nissan “HR”engines for “Tiida.”
February  2006 Atsuta Plant, Eitoku Plant, Matsusaka Plant, and Tsu Plant  attestation of “ISO/TS16949.”
October  2007 Started the production of Nissan “GR6”dual clutch transmissions for “NISSAN GT-R.”
June  2008 Total output of Nissan engines reached 25 million.