July, 1917 Hidesaburo Shibamoto founds Shibamoto Store in Osaka
April, 1919 Shibamoto Store becomes an unlimited proprietorship, and acquires trading rights with Yahata Steel Co.
May, 1937 Shibamoto Store is incorporated.
April, 1943 Company name is changed to Shibamoto & Co., Ltd.
April, 1948 Shibamoto & Co., Ltd. becomes a designated wholesaler of Nippon Steel Corp.
November, 1950 Headquarters moves from Osaka to Tokyo
April, 1961 Takeover of Naigai Steel Co.
June, 1962 Increased company capital to 315,000,000 JPY.
June, 1964 Granted Contractor's License by Cabinet.
June, 1967 Shibamoto Building (Headquarters building) is completed
April, 1970 New Nippon Steel Corp. is formed, and delegates Shibamoto & Co., Ltd. as designated trading house
December, 1971 Minato Building is completed for rental office space
1972 Shibamoto America, Inc. is established as an American subsidiary
November, 1972 Funabori Golf Driving Range opens
October 1981 Funabori No. 1 Building (Daiei Supermarket) is completed
1989 Shibamoto joins three other companies to form Daido Amistar (S) Pte Ltd, offering special steel products to customers in Singapore
1990 SAS Foods is established as American subsidiary specializing in importing Japanese foods
1991 Capital Participant in Ford Motor Group; Shibamoto & Co., Ltd. purchases 50% of joint venture with Ford Motor Group established in 1970
March 1994 Renovation of Shibamoto Bldg.
1996 Twin-Path(r) Sling distributor agreement is signed with SlingMax USA for domestic manufacturing and sales of Twin-Path(r) Slings and other SlingMax lifting products
2000 Shibamoto Twin-Path(r) Team is designated as International Top Master Fabricator
2001 New Holland HFT, Japan Inc. becomes the leading importer and retailer of farm machinery in the Japan market. Anuual sales in excess of 21.5 billion yen.
December, 2005 Qingdao Bandamatic Packaging Machinery Co. is founded
August, 2006 Twin-Path Sling(r) Urayasu Factory is completed, expanding production space by 190%
February, 2010 Operating capital is reduced to 100,000,000 JPY
July, 2012 Relocates headquarters to begin rebuilding of Shibamoto Bldg.
April 2014  New Shibamoto Bldg. (headquarters building) is completed