Futaba is a Japanese word meaning bud or sprout. The founders of Futaba envisioned a new company as a seed leaf starting to grow on the completely burned down country by the war. They strongly hoped to grow and nurture the company like a big tree. Take a look at Futaba’s history and the development of its technologies and how it revolutionized the display industry.

2015

Futaba Corporation of the Philippines celebrates its 20th year anniversary (FCP) Touch Panel process certified by ISO 9001:2008 and ISO/TS 16949:2009

2012

(FCP) Start of Production of Touch Panel.

2007

(FCP) Start of CIG VFD Production.

2004

(FCP) ISO 14001 Certified (FCP) ISO/TS 16949 Certified

2000

(FCP) Start of Production of the Aluminum Line

1999

(FCP) ISO:9001 Certified (FCP) Building 3 Completed

1998

(FCP) Start of Production for Building 2

1996

Start of VFD Production

1995

FUTABA Corporation of the Philippines (FCP) established.

1986

FUTABA shares listed on the First Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.

1970

Manufacture and sale of cylindrical multidigit VFDs begun.

1968

Entered the display device industry with the manufacture and sale of gas-discharge display tubes.

1962

Manufacture and sale of machinery and tooling components began. Manufacture and sale of radio-control transmitters and receivers began.

1948

FUTABA CORPORATION established in Mobara, Chiba, Japan to manufacture and sell radio receiver vacuum tubes.