History

Daiichi Cement Co., Ltd.

1917

Kawasaki Cement plant Asano Cement Co., Ltd. (later to become Taiheiyo Cement Co., Ltd.) completed

1949

Daiichi Cement Co., Ltd. established

1959

Daiichi Concrete Co., Ltd. established

Daiichi Concrete Co., Ltd.

Chuo Shoji Co., Ltd.

1954

Chuo Shoji Co., Ltd. Established

1967

Yoshino Plant completed

Chuo Shoji Co., Ltd.

DC Co., Ltd

2003

Daiichi Cement Co., Ltd. and Chuo Shoji Co., Ltd. merge, forming DC Co., Ltd.

2005

Capital participation in Miyoshi Shokai Co., Ltd.

2005

Capital participation in Ebata Co., Ltd.

2008

Capital participation in Daito Hida Concrete Kogyo Co., Ltd., which became a consolidated subsidiary

2008

Capital participation in Ebata Co., Ltd., which became a consolidated subsidiary

2008

Capital participation in Fujisawa Namakon Co., Ltd.

2010

Kunimiyama Shigen Co., Ltd. Established

2013

Noda Namakon Co., Ltd. becomes a consolidated subsidiary

DC Co., Ltd
DC Co., Ltd