C. Itoh Aircraft Maintenance and Engineering Co., Ltd. was established in September 1955.
Authorized by the Civil Aviation Bureau of the Ministry of Transport to repair and modify aircraft accessories in November 1963.
In September of 1965, type certification granted from the Ministry of Transport for the Itochu N-62 Eaglet light plane (the type certification from the U.S. Federal Aviation Agency was obtained in September 1966).
March — Became owned by three companies, C. Itoh Corporation, Japan Airlines (JAL) and All Nippon Airways (ANA), following a share transfer from C. Itoh Corporation to the two companies.
June — Corporate name changed to New Japan Aircraft Maintenance Co., Ltd.
August — An order was accepted from All Nippon Airways for galleys and inserts for eight Boeing 727-200s and three 737s. This paved the way for the development and manufacture of various kinds of interior equipment for large aircraft.
Became a designated repair plant for the Maritime Self-Defense Force's Beechcraft B-65 airplanes (Defense Agency).
First order acceptance for galleys (for ANA 727-200) (1970)
Order received from Boeing for lavatory modules for Boeing 767s.
JAMCO AMERICA, INC. established as a US corporation headquartered in Seattle, Washington.
JUNE — Launched the domestic production of cores for heat exchangers for F-15Js and began the supply to Shimadzu Corporation.
OCTOBER — Order accepted from Boeing for lavatory modules for Boeing 747-400s.
DECEMBER — Became a designated repair plant for Aerospatial AS-332L helicopters for the Ground Self-Defense Force of the Defense Agency.
DECEMBER — SINGAPORE JAMCO PTE LTD. set up as a joint venture with Singapore Airlines.
JUNE — Corporate name changed to JAMCO CORPORATION.
AUGUST — Certified as an a uthorized manufacturer of galleys and galley inserts by the British Aviation Bureau.
NOVEMBER —OTC Shares listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
MARCH — Qualified as a uthorized manufacturer of galleys and galley inserts by the US Federal Aviation Administration.
APRIL — NIIGATA JAMCO CORPORATION established.
NIIGATA JAMCO CORPORATION established (1989)(1982)
Order accepted from Airbus Company for the CFRP (carbon-fiber-reinforced plastic) primary structural members for vertical tails.
JAMCO Technical Service Corporation established. (Currently, JAMCO AEROTECH CO., LTD)
JULY — Certified as authorized aircraft repair/inspection facility by the Civil Aviation Bureau of the Ministry of Transport.
NOVEMBER — Awarded the Boeing President's Award from Boeing for the third time.
DECEMBER — Listed on the second tier of the Tokyo Stock Exchange. Capital increased to 5.36 billion yen with public subscription.
SEPTEMBER — Aircraft Interiors Company certified as an approved organization (authorized aircraft components production and inspection facility) by the Civil Aviation Bureau of the Ministry of Transport.
SEPTEMBER — ORANGE JAMCO CORPORATION established.
OCTOBER — Renewal agreement reached with Boeing for a long-term lavatory supply contract.
Completed construction of the Wheel Overhaul Center at the Tokyo Maintenance Center (Narita).
Completed construction of the Wheel Overhaul Center (2001)
Concluded an ADP c ontract for the A380 (2003)
Named the Boeing 2002 S upplier of the Year (2003)
Concluded a blanket contract with Boeing for the supply of galleys for the 787 (2005)
JAMCO AMERICA INC. certified by FAA as ODA (Organization Designation Authorization) (2008)
Haneda Brake Overhaul Center commenced operation.
MAY — JAMCO AMERICA awarded a silver composite performance rating for the Boeing Performance Excellence Award.
JUNE — JAMCO PHILIPPINES, INC. established.
JAMCO AERO MANUFACTURING Co. Ltd. established.
SINGAPORE JAMCO is split into JAMCO SINGAPORE and SINGAPORE JAMCO SERVICES.
2015 Boeing's Alliance Award for Supplier of the Year
Listed on the 1st Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.