特長1920 Yasujiro Tanges forms the Tange Manufacturing Co., to produce bicycle forks. 1950 Facilities move to Hokujo-Cho, Sakai City. Fuji Metal Industries Ltd. formed as an affiliated company. 1951 Manufacture and sales of bicycle-specific butted tubing begins. 1957 Company is renamed Tange Industries Ltd., and moves to expanded facilites in Nanjo-Cho. Sakai City. 1958 Tange receives JIS (Japanese Industrial Standard) certification as a fork producer. 1961 Production of tubing products for non-bicycle use begins. 1963 Production facilities move to Otori Higashi-Machi, Sakai City. 1965 Innovative manufacturing processes introduced to fork production for the first time. 1967 Head office moves to Otori Higashi-Machi, Sakai City. President and founder Yasujiro Tange retires. Tamotsu Tange becomes president. 1974 Total frame components productions begins for seat stays, chain stays, dropouts, lugs and headsets. 1979 Tange Seiki Ltd. is established as an independent company for the manufacture of headsets. 1980 Founder Yasujiro Tange passes away. 1984 Introduction of high-performance Prestige chrome-moly double-butted racing tubes. 1985 Introduction of Infinity smooth double-butted chrome-moly tubes. 1987 Introduction of ultra-lightweight Prestige Superlite racing tubing and Fusion epoxy composite materials fork. 1988 Tamotsu Tange named chairman. Yasuhiro Tange named president. Tange USA Corporation established. 1989 Introduction of Fusion-II epoxy composite materials fork. Tange Taiwan established. 1990 Shenzhen Tange (China) established. 1991 Introduction of Prestige Ultimate tubing. Introduction of Shockblades suspension fork. Tange Europe AG established. 1992 Tange Industries Ltd. is renamed Tange Inc. 1995 Introduction of suspension forks. 1998 Tange USA closed. 1999 Tange Europe closed. 2003 Shenzhen Tange (China) closed. 2004 Tange Taiwan re-established 2006 Tange Europe re-established 2008 Tange USA re-established
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