- Founded as ‘Hayashi Seisakusyo’ in Motohasunuma, Itabashi-ku by Masao
Hayashi and commenced to manufacture confectionary machinery.
- Established a new factory in the present location and changed the name to
‘Hayashi Chukousyo’. Manufactured a machine for sweet roasted chestnuts and
enjoyed a good reputation.
Manufactured first domestic-made cake mixer.
- Converted to a stock company and changed the name to ‘Kanto Kongoki
Industrial Co., Ltd.’ aiming to become a specialized maker of mixers.
- Opened Sendai branch.
- Developed and launched a whipping mixer (SM series).
- CEO Masao Hayashi received the (blue ribbon) medal of honor.
- Developed and launched a specialized mixer for European bread (FM series).
- Opened Osaka branch.
- The founder, Masao Hayashi passed away and Takashi Hayashi became the
- Developed and launched SS series mixer.
- Developed and launched HP series mixer to meet safety and hygiene
- Developed and launched a high vacuum mixer.
(Received technology upgrade program fund from MITI)
- Became a business partner of Sancassiano, Italy. Commenced importing and
selling spiral mixers.
- Model changed CS・SS series to HM series in accordance with PL law.
Launched HM series with a safety guard as standard.
- Became a business partner of VMI, France. Increased lineup of spiral mixers.
Became a business partner of Grandi, Italy. Commenced importing and selling
automatic counting machines.
- Opened Nagoya branch.
- Became a business partner of Unifiller, Canada. Commenced importing and
selling depositors / transfer pumps. Developed and launched head elevation
employed stainless steel vertical mixer as KTM series.
Opened Fukuoka branch and Utsunomiya office.
- Integrated HM series and HP series and launched new HP series to adopt
Covered mixing zone with stainless steel as standard.
- Co-developed the world’s first cooled bowl attached spiral mixer.
- Developed and launched head elevation employed stainless steel vertical
mixer with double axles for whipping as KDM series.
- Developed and launched highly hygienic mixer as KFM series.
- Opened Sapporo branch.
Commenced implementing risk assessment.
Replaced HP series with inverter equipped mixer as HPi series.
- KFM series mixer was approved by BISSC sanitary standard.
※BISSC: Baking Industry Sanitation Standards Committee (U.S.A.)
- Commenced development of Japan’s first spiral mixer.
- CEO Takashi Hayashi received the (blue ribbon) medal of honor.
Celebrated the 60th anniversary of ‘Kanto Kongoki Industrial Co., Ltd.’
Became a member of EHEDG (European Hygienic Engineering & Design Group).