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1955

Moved the main office to its current location at 2-62, Takefuchi Higashi, Yao City.

昭和30年 現在の八尾市竹渕東2丁目62番地に本社を移転 フエキの歴史 不易糊工業株式会社

(August 25th)Demolished the factory in Ikuno, maintained and expanded the production line at the Yao factory to begin intensive production of all Fueki products. Released the vermillion ink "Fueki Syueki" in the previous year.

1958

Began sale of the compound liquid glue "Fueki Paste Super," which uses new water-based acrylic resin as its main ingredient.

Switched from a thermal based "heat glue method" to a scientific based "cold glue method" for the product of "Fueki Paste.” In 1961, we would change the glass bottle, metal cap, and paper label to a new polyethylene bottle and tube. Began research and development on polyvinylacetate emulsion: PVAc-EM, built a new manufacturing plant and began sale of the wood and paper adhesive "Fueki Zole."

1959

Opened a branch office in Tokyo

(April 10th) Opened the Tokyo branch office in Kuraemae, Taito-ku, in order to increase market share in Tokyo and the rest of Eastern Japan.

1961

Yao factory obtained a JIS Mark Certified Factory

The "Fuekinori" Yao factory became a JIS Mark Certified Factory (Accreditation Number 8129) on June 19th. Work was underway to improve in-house regulations and quality control at this time, and our entire company began starting towards the future.

1964

Installed steam generating units with low sulfur fuel oil and high chimneys to combat air pollution.

1966

Began sale of the calligraphy ink "Bokusai"

At this time, "calligraphy" became popular as an elective course in schools. Calligraphy schools in town were filled with students. We used our technology from the development of India ink to create the calligraphy purpose "Bokusai" ink, sold with the catchphrase "Writes smoothly with a rich black color," and it is still loved by many of our customers today.
We continued to launch a number of liquid calligraphy inks such as the inkstone-less and ink stick-less "Bokusai Inkstone" in 1969, the bluish purple black "Fueki Blue Ink" in 1976, the dilute purpose "Thick Black <Bokusai>" and the reddish black "<Bokusai> for Arts" inks in 1980, and the "Bokusai <Color Label>" for students in 1986. We promoted and widely distributed "Fueki Bokuju" and "Fueki Syueki" to construction workers and artisans, and began sale of the "Construction Purpose Fueki Bokuju" in 1970 and the "Construction Purpose Fueki Syueki" in 1975. We then launched the "Fueki White Bokuju" in 1976, marking our success at entering the market for construction and artisan tool.

1970

Installed drainage treatment equipment using a sedimentation & separation tank and a sludge dehydrator in order to prevent pollution.

In 1975, this equipment's treatment power was increased through usage of dissolved air flotation and activated sludge.

1971

Portable, handy, and clean!

Began sale of the solid paste “Fueki Hi-Stick”
Began sale of the "Fueki Hi-Stick L" in 1975.

1972

In elementary schools in the year of 1971, and middle schools in 1972, the penmanship class was reentered into the regular school curriculum as Japanese "handwriting" class.

During this period, we added the high quality calligraphy ink "Bokusai Kokoro" (would later be renamed to ”expert purpose "Kokoro" ” ), and the thick art purpose inks "Bokusei <Koboku>" and "Bokusei <Seiboku>" one after the other to the Bokusai line of inks.
Revision of JIS regulations for "Business Purpose (PASTE)" (March 1st). Abolished the six capacity regulation types for the paste.

1973

Built a steel construction 3-story factory to improve production efficiency and workplace quality at the Yao head office and factory (August).

1974

Began sale of the wood purpose "Fueki Bond" (polyvinylacetate emulsion: PVAc-EM).

1975

Launched the Fuekinori "Animal Character" Series under the concept <Fun arts and crafts from a cute container>

「フエキ糊どうぶつシリーズ」を発売 昭和50年頃の広告 フエキの歴史 不易糊工業株式会社

The product was well received by young children, and was a well-loved best seller up until and including the release of "Doubutsu Color" in 2000. Also developed and released the "Fuekinori Himawari" for preschoolers, which is formalin-less and made from starch to be <Safe & Harmless>.

1976

Developed and sold the sponge type composite liquid glue "O'Glue P-15.”
( Now GP5 )

1978

Sold office purpose "O'Glue F-15" (Vertical type), and the wide-mouthed "O'Glue W-30" (120ml), as well as its economical refills (450ml).
( Now GF5, GW12 )

1979

At this time, we announced our top composite glues in various types of containers, including

・・・ Pencil-type sponge glue "O'Glue <Schoolmate>"
・・・ Application nozzle equipped "Fuekinori Hop"
・・・ Transparent glue "Fueki Jelly glue"
・・・ "Sneaker" and precise coating nozzle & upright type "O'Glue <Ever line glue>"
・・・ Soft feeling "O'Glue <Ladymate>" for women, and "Animal Glue" with cats and rabbits
・・・ Composite glue "Q-ta-kun" (spherical) and the roll preventing cap-equipped "O'Glue R-10"
・・・ The "Bear" and "Little Pig" with "bear/pig caps"
・・・ Five designs of "O'Glue M-10" and fancy glue "Dream"
・・・ Heart shaped "Sweetheart" and "Q.T. O’GLUE," "O'GLUE REFILL"
・・・ "O'Glue G-10,” etc.

1981

Made "Fueki Paste" formalin-free to ensure "Safety" and "Harmlessness."

1983

Introduced the sponge-equipped liquid glue "O'Glue K-10" (30ml)

Introduced "O'Glue K-10" with the catchphrase "Cute illustration with a refreshing scent!" making the best-selling brand "O'Glue" most popular among children and working adults. ( now GK3 )

1985

The JIS regulation for "office type PASTE" was revised (March 1st)

Demand from consumer groups tightened regulations on free formaldehyde content by lowering the limit from 1.0% to 0.5%, but our company had already completed the formalin-free "Fueki Paste" four years prior to the revision.
We announced the upright type "O'Glue S-15,” which became a best-selling office type liquid glue. ( Now GS5 )

1986

Converted the main raw material of "Fueki Paste" from flour to cornstarch

Began sale of the crayon type composite glue "Crayon Glue."
Began sale of the acrylic quick drying glue "GLUE 21."
Began sale of the new and easy to use "Fueki Double-Sided Tape <Dry Edge Type>."

1987

Began sale of the quick stick, quick removal memos "Memo-Z" and the "Tanzaku Gift Wrapping Paper."

1988

Switched the compound to a PVP type and renewed the container.Opened a new "Stick" factory in order to meet growing demand.

This year, due to the rising popularity of compound glue, the JIS regulations for "office type GLUE" were revised for consumer protection (March 1st). The main revision was adding "toxic substance" and "preservation" regulations to the existing quality regulation for "paste glue," "liquid glue," and "solid glue."
The following are the results for the safety check done on "Fueki Paste.”
1. Acute oral toxicity (LD50) -> Over 20g/kg (Mouse).
2. Formaldehyde content -> 0.00%.
3. Heavy metals (Pb/Cd/As) -> Not detected.

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