|Established as Tokyo Warehouse Limited Company by Koichiro Kawada and five other executives from the Mitsubishi Company, headquartered in Fukagawa, Tokyo.
Built Japan's first port warehousing business-complete with links to rail transport - at the port of Kobe
|Changed name to Mitsubishi Warehouse Co., Ltd.
Built the Edobashi Warehouse building in Nihonbashi District of central Tokyo. Relocated the headquarters to a new building in 1931 and inaugurated Japan's first trunk-room service at the Edobashi Warehouse.
|Began offering truck transportation services through a newly established subsidiary, Ryoso Transportation Co., Ltd.
|Constructed a multi-purpose rental building for data centers, warehousing rooms and residential units in Fukagawa, Tokyo. The building is first of a successful series of rental buildings for computer-processing centers.
|Established U.S. affiliated company, Mitsubishi Warehouse California Corp., as a first step in building a combined, multimodal, international transportation business. Subsequently expanded the network by establishing subsidiaries in Europe and Asia.
|Began providing air transportation agency business through a newly established subsidiary, Unitrans Ltd.
Opened Tokyo Dia Building No.1 in Shinkawa, Tokyo as a rental building exclusively for computer processing centers. Subsequently built four more buildings in series and added similar buildings in Yokohama and Osaka.
|In Takahama District in Kobe, constructed Harborland complex composed of rental commercial facilities, office buildings, the commercial complex 'Takahama Mosaic' and others facilities.
|Changed English name to Mitsubishi Logistics Corporation.
Completed Ohi Cold Storage Warehouse as the underpinning for Tokyo Metropolitan District's food supply.
|Completed refrigerated warehouse on Rokko Island, Kobe. Ohi Cold Storage Warehouse and Rokko Cold Storage Warehouse recorded about 63 thousand tons of refrigerated storage in total.
Begin of full-scale air freight forwarding and consolidation, strengthening international multimodal transportation combining truck, sea, and air transportation.
|Established a forwarding subsidiary in China (Shanghai Lingyun Global Forwarding Co.,Ltd.), strengthening the business network in China.
Permit for packing. labeling and storing pharmaceutical products and medical equipment obtained.
|Opened "Yokohama Bay Quarter"
|Celebrated 120th anniversary
|Purchased all stocks of Singaporean logistics company, Pioneer Express International Pte Ltd, and enhanced our business based in the Asian region.
Brought in Fuji Logistics Co., Ltd. as our subsidiary.
|Established MLC ITL Logistics Co., Ltd., a subsidiary in Vietnam.
Entered into capital and business alliance with JAL Group.
Established Dia Pharmaceutical Network Co., Ltd., a company specializing in transport of pharmaceutical products.
|Established Mitsubishi Logistics China Co., Ltd., the( logistics) business management company in China.
|Reconstructed our own warehouse in Edobashi, Tokyo (Head Office, Trunk Room Office) to become an office building (Head Office, rental office spaces, and Trunk Room Office : the Head Office was temporarily relocated from Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo to Shinkawa, Chuo-ku, Tokyo for the duration of the reconstruction work from September 2011 to September 2014)
|Moved from the 1st Section to the Prime Market, due to the Market Restructuring of Tokyo Stock Exchange, Inc.