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Before 1960
Apr. 1916: Outcrop of 밪ang-Dong mine discovered in Gangwon Do, South Korea
Feb. 1936: 밪OLIM Mining Co. Ltd was established
Feb. 1947: Exported 밪cheelite to the U.S.A for the first time
Sep. 1952: 밙orea Tungsten Co Ltd (State Enterprise) was established
.................Exporting: US$16,457,000 (56% of National Total)
.................Employing: 4,287
May. 1959: Constructed Chemical processing plant
In the 1960뭩
Jun. 1961: Established 밡ew York Branch office
Sep. 1961: Established 밨&D center
Nov. 1961: Established 밚ondon Branch office
Feb. 1963: Established 밫okyo Branch office
Nov. 1966: Won official commendation from Korean government for export
.................(Ranked second among Korean Companies)
Nov. 1967: Won official commendation from Korean government for export
.................(Ranked third among Korean Companies)
Feb. 1968: Company Invested in POSCO(Government 75%, Korea Tungsten Co. Ltd 25%)
Nov. 1968: Won official commendation from government for export
Nov. 1969: Won official commendation from government for export
In the 1970뭩
Nov. 1972: Constructed of APT (Ammonium Para Tungstate) plant
Feb. 1974: Constructed Tungsten Metal Powder and Tungsten Carbide Powder plant
Nov. 1976: Established 밨otterdam Branch office
Nov. 1977: Constructed Cemented carbide plant Products: Blank, Carbide insert, Mining tools, Brazed tools
Oct. 1978: Constructed Coating plant (CVD-TiN production)
Dec. 1979: Constructed Tool holder plant
In the 1980뭩
Jan. 1981: Developed Special Coating Substrate
May 1983: The 밨otterdam Branch office in the Netherlands moved to Germany
Jul.. 1985: Common R&D cooperation between Korea Tungsten Co. Ltd. and POSCO
Oct. 1985: Developed CERMET Inserts
Nov. 1988: Constructed Carbide Roll plant
Nov. 1989: Constructed Tungsten Wire plant
In the 1990뭩
Mar. 1991: Constructed Ceramic plant
Feb. 1994: 밪ang-Dong Tungsten mine closed
Mar. 1994: Privatized and taken over by Keo-Pyung Group in Korea
May. 1995: The company established the 밫ungsten Wire plant in China
Aug. 1998: 밙orea Tungsten Co. Ltd was bought out by ISCAR
Aug. 1998: The company name changed from Korea Tungsten Co. Ltd to TaeguTec Ltd.
Feb. 1999: Headquarters moved to Daegu from Seoul.
Apr. 1999: Constructed new Marketing Center in Daegu
Apr. 1999: Established TaeguTec United States of America(The present INGERSOLL USA - ROCKFORD)
Apr. 1999: Established TaeguTec Germany(The present INGERSOLL GMBH - HAIGER)
Apr. 1999: Established TaeguTec Scandinavia in Copenhagen, Denmark
In 2000뭩

Mar. 2000: Established TaeguTec U.K in Leeds
Mar. 2000: Opened the TaeguTec cutting tools factory in India
Jul. 2000: Constructed a new R&D Center
Dec. 2000: Established TaeguTec China in Shanghai
Mar. 2001: Established TaeguTec Brazil in Sao Paulo
Jun. 2002: Established TaeguTec Italy in Turin & Milan
Jun. 2004: Established TaeguTec Japan in Nagoya
Jun. 2004: Constructed a new Tech Center and Carbide Rod factory
Jun. 2005: Established TaeguTec Australia in Sydney
Jul. 2005: Established TaeguTec Turkey in Istanbul
Mar. 2006: Established TaeguTec Slovakia in ZILINA
Apr. 2006: Established TaeguTec Thailand in Bangkok
Apr. 2006: Established TaeguTec Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur
Feb. 2007: Established TaeguTec Spain in Barcelona
Jul. 2007: Established TaeguTec Indonesia in Bekasi
Nov. 2007: Established TaeguTec Poland in Wroclaw
Feb. 2008: Established TaeguTec Romania in Bucharest
Apr. 2008: Established TaeguTec Russia in Moscow
Apr. 2008: Established TaeguTec Ukraine in Dnepropetrovsk
Jun. 2008: Established TaeguTec South Africa in Johannesburg
Jul. 2009: Established TaeguTec Czech in Plzen
Nov. 2009: Established TaeguTec Hungary in Trkblint
Nov. 2010: Established TaeguTec Argentina in Buenos Aires
Nov. 2011: Due to open TaeguTec Plant 2