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In 1933, the company Nikon Sangyo Co. and Tobata Imono Co will organize a Jidosha-Seido Ltd. enterprise in Yokohama, which will be headed by a brilliant leader, Yoshisuke Aikawa.
The new company performs all operations for the production of Datsun cars. In 1934, Nikon Sangyo Co. became the sole owner of the company and renamed it to Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
Initially, Nissan, like Toyota, produced forklifts only for its own factories. The development of this product began only in the postwar years.
In 1957, industrial production of forklifts began at the company's plant in Totsuka.
In June 1961, Shinnikkokukogyo Co. began designing and manufacturing. (now Nissan Shatai Co.). In 1965, exports to Europe were adjusted, to the USA - about five years later.
In 1975, the corporation launches a new plant in Murayama, Japan, which houses an industrial building, a research and development center
In 1988, to overcome the ban on the import of Japanese forklifts in the US, Nissan acquired Barret Industrial Trucks Inc. for the organization of its own production in America.
During the period of self-restriction of Japanese forklift exports to Europe in 1989, a new Nissan Motor Iberica S.A. plant was established. in Pamplona (Spain).
In 1999, after analyzing the activities of the concern, French crisis manager came to the conclusion that it was necessary to close 2 of both Japanese factories specializing in the manufacture of Nissan forklifts.
Measures were taken to rescue a group in a bad financial situation. In the USA and Europe after that, two independent firms were organized: Nissan Forklift Co. North America and Nissan Forklift Europe B.V.
In 2000, Nissan announced an economic collaboration with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI), in the field of forklifts with internal combustion engines and electric drive.
In 2002, she signed a cooperation agreement for France (with the Swedish company Atlet AB, which makes warehouse handling equipment), for Germany, and in 2003 for the United Kingdom.
In October 2000, Nissan signed a global trade agreement with MHI.
In April 2002, the first forklifts of the Chinese company Nissan Forklift Shanghai came off the assembly line.
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