|Since 1940||Since 1960||Since 1980||Since 2000||Since 2010|
|1943||Onomichi Dockyard Co., Ltd. was founded.|
|1948||Constructed Building Berth 1, capacity 5,600 DWT.|
|1955||Constructed Building Berth 2, capacity 2,400 DWT.|
|1957||Constructed Dock 3, capacity 9,000 DWT.|
|1965||Completed construction of 100th ship|
|1966||Constructed Dock 5, capacity 9,000 DWT|
Expanded Building Berths 1 and 2 to 17,000 and 6,500 DWT capacity respectively
Constructed Hull Yard and Internal Work Yard
|1967||Expanded and upgraded Wharf 1, to move into construction of large ships|
|1970||Constructed Dock 6, capacity 40,000 DWT|
Constructed Hull Yard 2, Finish Machining Works and General Administration Office
|1973||Expanded Building Berths 1 and 2 to 26,000 and 85,000 DWT capacity respectively|
Constructed Hull Yard 3.
|1975||Increased stock capital to 100 million yen|
New ship construction capacity exceeded 360,000 DWT.
|1976||Constructed 86,300 DWT oil tanker.|
Advanced into the field of shore – based construction industry.
|1978||Acquisition of authorization for special construction (steel structure)|
Completed construction of first full-size container vessel
Licensed to work on construction works of civil engineering and construction industry.
|1981||Began using the semi-tandem method|
|1986||Constructed Innoshima Yard|
|1987||Created West Wharves from reclaimed land|
Reconstructed Building Berth 1 into assembly yard
|1988||Expanded Building Berth 2 to 105,000 DWT capacity|
|1989||Brought in NC plasma cutting machines|
Completed construction of first 100,000 DWT oil tanker (Aframax)
Acquired shares in Saiki Heavy Industries, Ltd. and started managing it
|1990||Reconstructed Dock 3 into an assembly yard|
Expanded Dock 5 to 53,000 DWT capacity
|1991||Erected 160-ton tower cranes, fabricated jointly by ONOMICHI, Fukuyama Machineries Co.,Ltd. and Hitachi, Ltd., in Building Berth 2|
|1992||Completed construction of first double-hulled Aframax tanker|
In order to strengthen our ship repair segment,
acquired shares in Colombo Dry Docks and Colombo Dockyards, and started managing both companies
|1993||Completed construction of 4,229 TEU container vessel (R-Type)|
|1994||Changed to ball-type launching system|
Completed construction of 14,543 GT RORO cargo-passenger ship
|1996||Completed construction of 47,629 DWT oil tanker (MR Mark I)|
|1997||Brought in NC steel cutting machines|
|1998||Acquired ISO9001 certification|
Installed movable roofs at West Block Outfitting Yard
Brought in 3D CAD
|1999||Upgraded shotblasting shops and|
brought in state-of-the-art shotblasting machines (for a wide steel plate)
|2000||Brought our computer systems online and networked them.|
|2001||Constructed hull block sand-blast cleaning yard.|
Augmented NC steel cutting machines.
Completed construction of first Handymax bulk carrier.
|2003||Opened Industrial Machinery Division at Tokyo Branch.|
Constructed private power generation plant.
|2004||Erected 240-ton tower cranes in Building Berth 2.|
Completed construction of 47,000 DWT oil tanker (MR Mark II).
|2005||Set up Pipe Center.|
Expanded Pipe Unit Yard.
Augmented moving roofs.
|2006||Expanded general assembly level blocks, constructed East Outfitting Yard movable roofs, filtering plant and East House.|
Completed construction of 70,377 DWT oil tanker (Ice Class).
|2007||Received “Ship of the Year” award for energy- and labor-saving RORO ship “Wakanatsu”.|
Constructed Matsunaga Yard.
|2008||Constructed Mukaishima Yard.|
|2010||Built Safety Training Center.|
Built new painting shop.
Completed construction of 50,000 DWT oil tanker (MR Mark Ⅲ).
|2011||Completed construction of 50,000 DWT oil tanker (MR Mark IV).|
Improved Wharves 2, 5, 7 and 8.
|2012||Renewed gate of No.2 Building Berth.|
|2013||Completed construction of 79,000 DWT oil tanker (LRI).|
|2017||Constructed Saiki Yard.|
Received “Ship of the Year 2016″ award for energy – and labor – saving large passenger ship “FERRY SHIMANTO”.