OTC Daihen, Inc. (Tipp City, OH) is celebrating multiple company anniversaries with an open house at their U.S. headquarters in Tipp City. In 1919, Daihen Corporation (Osaka, Japan) began business as Osaka Transformer Company, Ltd. (OTC) manufacturing power transformers for the growing industrial age. In 1934, production began on electric welding machines, beginning a legacy of advancing welding technology. Innovation expanded into arc welding robots in 1980, further securing the company’s influence on automated welding. Since then, they have developed a reputation for innovations and advancing the technology of manual and robotic welding systems. In 1979, OTC Daihen, Inc. was established, further expanding a leadership position within the industry.
On May 22, 2019 from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm, an open house celebration will be held at their U.S. facility in Tipp City, Ohio. This event will include:
- Anniversary ceremony at 1:30 pm
- Local food and drink
- Facility tours
- Manual & robotic product technical demonstrations
Presentations during this event will include:
- OTC Daihen History of Innovation
- Robotic Welding for Small Companies & Job Shops
- Material Handling Robotics
“We are proud and excited to celebrate these significant milestones of our company’s history,” said Masanobu Uchida, the president of OTC Daihen, Inc. “This will be a celebration we share with our employees and their families, our industry partners and most of all, our new prospects and valued customers,” added Mike Monnin, the general manager of OTC Daihen, Inc. Attendees may RSVP by contacting sales@DAIHEN-USA.com.
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