|1960||Established Toyo Bearing Iwata Co., Ltd.(the present Iwata Works) and began mass production of ball bearings.(merged with NTN Corporation in 1983).
Merged with Nishibayashi Precision Engineering Co., Ltd. (Later company name changed to NTN Hirano Ironworks, closed in 2001)
|1961||Acquired Kongo Bearing Co., Ltd. (the present NTN Kongo Corp.).
Established NTN Wälzlager (Europa) G.m.b.H in West Germany.
|1962||Constructed needle bearing plant at Toyo Bearing Iwata Co., Ltd.
Established Toyo Bearing Machine Tool Laboratory Co., Ltd. (the present Production Engineering R&D Center).
|1963||Established NTN Bearing Corp. of America.
Entered into a technical tie-up with Hardy Spicer Co., Ltd. in the U.K. and began production of constant velocity joints
|1964||Established NTN SIDAG S.A. in France. (the present NTN France S. A.) in a Joint venture with INA-SIDAG. (Became a consolidated subsidiary to NTN Corporation in 1973)
Established NTN Bearing-Birfied Ltd. (the present NTN Bearings (UK) Ltd.) in a joint venture with Birfeld. (Became a consolidated subsidiary to NTN Corporation in 1988)
|1965||Entered a business tie-up with Dixon Corp. of the U.S.A. and established Toyo Bearing Rulon Co., Ltd. (the present NTN Engineer Plastic Corp.) through merger (Renamed as NTN Engineer Plastic Corp. and became a consolidated subsidiary to NTN Corporation in 1991).|
|1966||Established Toyo Bearing Powder Metal Co., Ltd.(the present NTN Powder Metal Corp.)|
|1968||Established NTN Bearing Corp. of Canada Ltd.|