• 1876, November

    Founded by Toubee Yagura, and after that, Kinzo Yagura,
    Eitaro Yagura, Shuichi Yagura,Yoshinobu Shiose, Yoshihiro Yagura succeed to president position, and Nobuyuki Shiose assume the office of president since April 2011.

  • 1949, June

    The privately run Yagura shops in 70 employees, capital of 3 million yen as a legal entity to establish a Daiwa Shiryo Corporation

  • 1953, April

    Opened Imazaki processing factory which principally involve dedusting processing of krafts.

  • 1963, December

    Established TOUWA SHIGYOU CO., LTD. at 20 employees, capital 1 million yen as an affiliated company in Higashi-Osaka city

  • 1964, September

    Opened Kitakyushu branch

  • 1967, October

    Opened Takatsuki Factory as a deinking recycled pulp factory

  • 1968, April    

    Opened Atsugi branch

  • 1974, July

    Closed Imazaki processing factory and opened Torigai branch in Settu city

  • 1976, February

    Opened Tokyo branch

  • 1978, April    

    Amalgamated TOWA SHIGYOU and reorganized into Higashiosaka branch

  • 1981, April

    Opened Yawata center

  • 1988, October

    Opened P.P.F.INC in Los Angeles, CA, USA

  • 1992, January

    Opened Fukuoka branch

  • 1992, October

    Opened Nanko Yard branch

  • 1994, April

    Moved P.P.F.INC to Santa Fe Springs from Los Angeles

  • 2001, October

    Opened Karatsu branch

  • 2003, August

    Closed Yawata center and opened Kyoto branch

  • 2005, April

    Opened Sendai Daiwa Recycle Corporation

  • 2006, July

    Opened Hirado branch

  • 2007, January

    Opened Hanyu Recycling Co., Ltd.

  • 2008, November

    Opened Fukushima Daiwa Recycle branch

  • 2008, December

    Opened Nagoya branch

  • 2009, June

    Opened Kumamoto branch

  • 2010, May

    Built new head office in Taisho-ku, Osaka

  • 2013, July

    Grouped Kimura Shiryou and established Kimura Kamihan Co., Ltd.

  • 2013, December

    Form a business alliance with Osaka Paper Co., Ltd.

  • 2014, April

    Opened Kanto branch

  • 2014, August

    Opened Kagoshima branch

  • 2015, May

    Grouped East Japan Cleanup

  • 2016, March

    Grouped Kyoei

  • 2017, January

    Relocated Atsugi Branch to Ayase city and renamed to Kanagawa Branch

  • 2017, February

    Opened
    Daiwa Shiryo Trading Co., Ltd. as a trading company in Bangkok, Thailand.