History


January 1976 Asked Goto Machine Industry Co., Ltd., a manufacturer of industrial machinery, to manufacture a manual winch. MAXPULL was established as a sales company with a capital of three million yen. Goki Ohgushi assumed the role of President and Chief Operating Officer.
October 1978 The winch manufacturing sector split off from Goto Machine Industry Co., Ltd. The integrated business of the winch manufacturing and sales sector started. Capital was increased to 13 million yen. Tetsuo Goto assumed the President and Chief Operating Officer. Goki Ohgushi and Iwao Takahashi assumed the role of Senior Managing Director.
February 1980 Adding to the five models in the manual winch GM series (100 kg to 2,000 kg) , the company began the development and sales of Model GM-30 as a manual 3-ton winch, Model GM-1L for stage settings, and Model GME-1000 (1,000 kg) electric winch that raises and lowers the nets at golf driving ranges.
April 1980 Succeeded in the development of Model GMH-210 and the accessory equipment as the first domestic winch only for the mountain rescue of lightening and laborsaving, and started selling its products. This product was delivered to National Center for Mountaineering Education, Tokyo Fire Department, Toyama Prefectural Police Headquarters and the Shiga Mountaineering Federation.
August 1980 Began manufacturing of Model GM-50 (5,000 kg) and Model GM-100 (10,000 kg) as well as manufacturing and sales of a special electric winch with a capacity of up to 30 tons.
February 1983 Began manufacturing and sales of six models in the manual winch MR series (equip with a ratchet handle) (100 kg to 3,000 kg) and five models in the manual winch MC series (capstan drum) (100 kg to 2,000 kg).
October 1983 Began manufacturing and sales of the electric winch Models GME-800-GO and GME-1400-GO for raising and lowering protective nets at golf driving ranges. The company also started the development and sales of the centralized control system for the above winches.
November 1983 Began manufacturing and sales of Model GMT-1500 for raising and lowering of radio towers.
March 1985 Succeeded in the development of OCEANOGRAPHIC.REEL: Model MWS-35, a small winch for ocean observation equipment and started selling it product. This rust-prevention, lightweight, compact and high-performance winch used Kevlar rope. This winch contributed the safty of the work and significant reduction of working time in raising and drawing down the water sampler and bottom sampler STD (self recording) in the small vessels. Delivered to Kumamoto University, Ocean Research Institute, the University of Tokyo, the Kansai Environmental Engineering Center Co., Ltd., and Hokkaido University.
January 1988 Tetsuo Goto retired the President and Chief Operating Officer and assumed the position of chairman.
Iwao Takahashi, Senior Managing Director, assumed the President and Chief Operating Officer.
May 1988 The system for interlocking with the anemometer to raise and lower the device for golf driving range net was introduced. In this way, the company succeeded in automating the raising and lowering system and started selling its product.
March 1989 Developed, manufactured and delivered shallow ice coring system to National Institute of Polar Research.
October 1989 Succeeded in drilling a 500m ice core in testing in the Arctic.
November 1989 Opened Osaka Sales Office in Sakuragawa 3-4, Naniwa-Ku, Osaka.
June 1991 Opened Saitama Factory at 3-13-1, Yashio-City, Saitama-Ken to assemble electric winches and manufacture their parts. Production in the factory was started by introducing two fully-automated welding robots with shuttle table.
June 1992 Developed Model SEA-M-400 that is a removable rope winch for moored observation (Dome F Project) and delivered it to Ocean Research Institute (Tansei Maru) of the University of Tokyo.
November 1992 Participated in Deep ice coring project at Dome Fuji, Antarctica, which was an event planned by the National Institute of Polar Research and called "Global environment change of 350,000 years and unravelling the reason".
April 1993 Developed and manufactured the electric endless winch Model EME-1000. It is used in conjunction with the raising and lowering device for forcibly lowering of golf driving range net. The company filed a patent application and started selling its product.
October 1993 Developed and manufactured the cold resistant special electric winch Model MAW-1100 for Dome F Project in the Antarctica and ice coring system. This was delivered to National Institute of Polar Research.
Load rating = 1,000 kg
Line speed = 0.1 m to 49 m/min
Cable = 7-core armored cable 7.72 mm Dia. x 3,500 m
November 1993 Developed and manufactured Model GME-120H winch that can be operated in both electric and manual to raise and lower the maintenance gondola of the Bay Bridge Tower. It was delivered to the Japan Highway Public Corporation.
November 1995 The electric winch Model MAW-1100 was loaded onto the icebreaker Shirase for the 37th Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition, and it was sent to Antarctica.
June 1996 Developed , manufactured and started salling the dual direction pulling endless winch Models EME-400, EME-700 and EME-1300.
October 1996 Began manufacturing and sales of 12 models from BMW-201 to BMW-503 in the parallel type winch with built-in motors ranging .
November 1996 Tetsuo Goto retired the chairman.
December 1996 Received a report from Captain Fujii of Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition stating that deep ice coring of Dome F Project in Antarctica reached 2,500 meters in 15 months from the start of operations.
January 1999 Iwao Takahashi retired President and Chief Operating Officer and assumed the position of chairman.
Senior Managing Director Goki Ohgushi assumed the President and Chief Operating Officer.
October 1999 Developed and manufactured the electric winch Model MWS-3000-TR-IV for pulling out artificial turf, and delivered it to Saitama Super Arena.
February 2002 Developed and manufactured special electric winch Model MWS-2500-TR-IV for cleaning inside of the pipelines, and delivered it to Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd.
September 2002 Iwao Takahashi retired the chairman and assumed the corporate advisor.
October 2005 Delivered an endless winch Model EME-200-DSU to the National Institute of Polar Research.
This winch is used for acoustic sounding system for marine sediments beneath the Antarctic ice by the 47th Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition.
November 2006 Koichi Ono assumed the director.
June 2007 Developed, manufactured and delivered a dual direction pulling manual winch for the large wind turbine.
March 2008 Developed, manufactured and delivered a dual direction pulling manual winch equipped with a galvanized for the large wind turbine in the coastal ocean.
September 2010 Goki Ohgushi retired the President and Chief Operating Officer and assumed the position of chairman.
Director Koichi Ono assumed the role of the President and Chief Operating Officer.
September 2015 Relocated headquaters and factory at 1296-22, Nakaya, Nishifukai, Nagareyama-shi, Chiba to combining facilities and start operation as 40 years celebration.


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