Corporate History

History

June 1994 The Company was originally established as Okano Hightech Co., Ltd. by split-off and acquisition of relevant operation and management right from Okano Electricity Co., Ltd.
June 1996 SX900 non-contact electricity inspection machine of its own manufacturing was released.
October 1996 Its head office was moved to the current premises.
December 1997 The Ministry of International Trade and Industry (currently Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry after reorganization) of Japan recognized the Company as an eligible company under the Law for the Promotion of New Business Creation.
February 1998 SX750 non-contact electricity inspection machine of its own manufacturing was released.
July 1998 Its registered name was changed to OHT Inc.
April 2000 The Company acquired UI Techno Co., Ltd. as subsidiary, which is currently named SG-TECH INC.
July 2000 A business tie-up agreement was concluded for exports with Hakuto Co., Ltd.
September 2000 Flash Shock non-contact electricity inspection machine of its own manufacturing was released.
October 2001 GX-3 non-contact electricity inspection machine of its own manufacturing was released.
March 2003 The Company was awarded the Prize of Director-General of the Small and Medium Enterprise Agency by National Forum on Entreprneurship and Venture Business.
May 2003 An optional function to inspect electric resistance was added to GX-3.
August 2003 Kyusyu Sales Office and Nagano Technical Center were closed.
October 2003 Tokyo office moved to the current premises.
December 2003 OHT(SHANGHAI) Incorporation. was established as an overseas subsidiary in Shanghai, China.
April 2004 OUTSTANDING HIGH TECHNOLOGIES Inc. was established as an overseas subsidiary in Taiwan.
June 2004 Start a new business for the PWB production equipment.
June 2004 Start manufacturing/sales of Non-contact "Harness Tester".
January 2010 Tokyo office moved to the current premises.
April 2012 Investment from Hiroshima Innovation Network Inc.
April 2016 Shareholders changed into V-Technology Co., Ltd. and TANAKA ELECTRIC INDUSTRIES Co Ltd.