||Changed to Maruoka Narrow Fabric Mark Cooperative.
27 member companies
||Integrated into Fukui Fabric Cooperative due to war.
(20 related organizations in Fukui were integrated.)
||Fukui Fabric Industry Cooperative was established.
||Separated into 9 cooperatives due to influence of Great Fukui
Earthquake and change of government regions.
||Maruoka Narrow Fabric Cooperative was established.
||A sizing plant was newly built as a common facility.
||The cooperative center was built, and the office was moved.
Selection of standard colors approved by Japan woven label commercial and industrial
||Jacquard Dept. was established.
||Selection of jacquard yarn died by raw fluid approved by Japan
woven label commercial and industrial conference
||Raw yarn warehouse was built.
||Competitive bidding qualification in Fukui Prefecture was
||Changed the name to Maruoka Finetex Cooperative.
||Approved as qualified cooperative by government (Osaka International
Trade and Industry Dept.)
||Memorial ceremony of 40th anniversary of cooperative
||Improvement plan based on labor law was recognized.
||Start of equipment leasing project to cope with insufficient
||Continued equipment leasing project to cope with insufficient
||Promotion development group
"Echizen weave" book covers and bookmarkers were used for the book named "Shortest
letters in Japan".
||Continued equipment leasing project
||Completed equipment leasing project
26 companies leased 221 machines. Total 76,740,000 yen
||Start of R&D of dyed raw polyester yarn
||Preparation of sample books of dyed raw polyester yarn, Fine
Silky (FS: commercial name) and sales (37 colors) were started.
||Promotion Development Group developed new product named "Okurifumi".
||Completion of new warehouse
Start of additional sales of 100 denier FS yarn (white, black)
||50th anniversary memorial conference
||CLARE declared withdrawal from rayon industry.
||Started R&D for increase of FS yarn
Started investigation and analysis of information network project.