|Company name||NAKATA MAC CORPORATION|
|President and representative director||Takashi Nakata|
|Number of employees||260 (as of April 2021)|
|Sales figures||8,615,820,000 yen (fiscal year ending December 2020)|
|Lines of business||・Onshore vessel coating business
・Vessel equipment business
|1932||Nakata-gumi was founded.|
|1953||Opened Innoshima Sales Office in Innoshima Factory of Hitachi Zosen Corporation.|
|1954||Opened Onomichi Sales Office in Onomichi Dockyard Co., Ltd.|
|1961||Reorganized as Nakata-gumi Co., Ltd.|
|1962||30th anniversary. Opened the head office at 2 chome, Kubo, Onomichi City.|
|1967||Opened Nagasaki Sales Office in Nagasaki Shipyard of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.|
|1968||Opened Sakaide Sales Office in Sakaide Factory of Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd.
Launched Special Coating Division.
|1972||40th anniversary. Opened Chitose Factory at Numakuma-cho, Fukuyama City.|
|1973||Opened Nagasaki Branch Office and Kouyagi Sales Office.|
|1974||Opened an overseas corporation: Singapore Nakata Pte Ltd.|
|1977||Opened Tokyo Branch Office.|
|1980||Opened Nagasaki Factory.|
|1982||50th anniversary. Changed the name of Tokyo Branch Office to Tokyo Office.
Launched Marine Management Division (currently Shipping Division) at Tokyo Office.
|1984||Built Morning Glory I, our first 60,000-ton class petroleum products carrier vessel, at Nagasaki Shipyard of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.|
|1991||Acquired Kyokuto Makku-Gurego, a manufacturer of marine equipment, and launched our Equipment Business Division.
Changed the company name to NAKATA MAC CORPORATION.
Completed Morning Glory II in August, a 100,000-ton class petroleum products carrier vessel, built by Onomichi Dockyard Co., Ltd.
|1997||Relocate headquarters building to Shiomi-cho in Onomichi City.|
|2000||Relocated Tokyo Office to Minato-ku in Tokyo.(current location of the Tokyo Office)
Completed Morning Express in August, a 100,000-ton class petroleum products carrier vessel, built by Sumitomo Heavy Industries, Ltd.
|2001||Opened Yokosuka Sales Office in U.S. Fleet Activities Yokosuka.|
|2004||Renovated Nagasaki Special Coating Factory in December. The factory was designed to focus on the operation by coating robots.|
|2006||Changed the name of Innoshima Sales Office to Shimanami Sales Office.|
|2008||Built Onomichi factory at Minogo-cho, Onomichi City.|
|2011||Equipment Business Division Acquired ISO9001:2008 certification.|
Nagasaki Factory Acquired ISO 9001.
Completed SAKURA GLORY, bulk carrier vessel, built by Shin kurushima dockyard co., Ltd.
|2014||Yokosuka Sales Office Acquired SSPC QP1 certification.
Completed MOMO GLORY, bulk carrier vessel, built by I-S Shipyard.
Completed MORNING IBIS, a 80,000-ton class petroleum products carrier vessel, built by Onomichi Dockyard Co., Ltd.
Completed MORNING SWAN, a 80,000-ton class petroleum products carrier vessel, built by Onomichi Dockyard Co., Ltd.
|2015||Built Hirao Solar at Kumage-gun, Yamaguchi.|
|2016||Started accepting foreign technical interns at the Coating Business Division.|
|2017||Built Hirao factory at Kumage-gun, Yamaguchi.|
|2020||Completed MORNING SPARROW, a 50,000-ton class petroleum products carrier vessel, built by MinamiNihon Dockyard Co., Ltd.
Completed MORNING CRANE, a 110,000-ton class petroleum products carrier vessel, built by Onomichi Dockyard Co., Ltd.