1970 Established as Tokyo Hanbai Koshopack Co., Ltd. with a capital of 1 million yen, operating as a transportation company in Nihonbashi Hamacho, Chuo-ku.
1972 Reorganized as a corporation and renamed “Tokyo Nohin Daiko Co., Ltd.”
1977 Established subsidiary Tokyo Product Management Co., Ltd. and began logistics operations.
1986 Moved headquarters to Kiba, Koto-ku, increased capital to 30 million yen, and achieved sales of 2.2 billion yen.
1987 Established subsidiary Nohin Daiko Co., Ltd. with a capital of 10 million yen.
1990 Constructed a new in-house logistics center and opened the “Tatsumi Logistics Center Building.”
1995 Merged with Tokyo Product Management Co., Ltd. Opened a branch in Nagoya. The next year, opened a branch in Fukuoka.
2002 Merged with Osaka Nohin Daiko Co., Ltd.
2006 Relocated the Osaka branch to the Takashimaya Kansai Distribution Center.
2007 Entered into a capital and business alliance with Senko Corporation (became a subsidiary in 2009).
2008 Opened the East Japan SCM Terminal.
2010 Established Tokyo Nohin Daiko West Japan Co., Ltd. through a new split.
2013 Opened the Tokyo Bay Fashion Arena.
2015 Opened the Narita Fashion Logistics Center (Narita Fashion Logistics Center II opened the following year).
2020 Celebrated its 50th anniversary.