|Kanto Unyu Co., Ltd.||Nippon Unyu Co., Ltd.||Nippon Container Terminals Co., Ltd.|
|1920|| The marine transportation business department of Asano Family Shipping Co., Ltd. made independent from the head office.
Kanto Unyu Co., Ltd. established, started land and sea transportation
|1946||Launched port transportation business||Inherited the Transportation Activities Department of Kawanishi Warehouse Co., Ltd. (Kobe, Japan)|
|1948||Started ship loading and unloading operations|
|1949||Started shipping agent services|
|1951||Launched port transportation business|
|1967||「Nippon Container Terminals Co., Ltd.」established.|
|1968||Merged with NYK Transportation Co., Ltd. (established 1929)
Renamed as Kanto NYK Unyu Co., Ltd.
|1969||Started container terminal operations at Honmoku Berth A-7||Began servicing the “North America/California” lines of NYK and the Showa Marine Transportation Group (including the first Japanese full-container ship, the “Hakone Maru”).|
|1971||Started container freight station business at Container Terminal Berth No. 3 on Kobe Port Island|
|1972||Started container terminal operations on Kobe Port Island|
|1973||Started CFS operator business at Container Terminal Berth No. 4 on Kobe Port Island|
|1974||Started container freight station business at Ohi Pier||Opened L-5 office on Kobe Port Island||Moved Tokyo operations to current location in Berth No.6 at the Ohi Pier of the Tokyo PortTerminal Corporation.|
|1975||Started container terminal business at Ohi Pier (No. 7)|
|1978||Started Ohi Refrigeration Office|
|1982||Opened Omori Heiwajima Warehouse||Moved Kobe operations to Berth No.11 at Port Island of the Kobe Port Terminal Corporation.|
|1987||Started operating Ohi Logistics Center|
|1989||Merger between Kanto NYK Unyu Co., Ltd. and Nippon Unyu Co., Ltd. merged. Renamed as “UNI-X Corp.”||Founded “Yu-Tai Engineering Co., Ltd” in Taiwan.|
|1991||Capital increased to 934 million yen.||Founded 100% affiliated company, “Japan Repair Service Limited” (Changed to Japan Meninteance & Repair Co.,ltd (JMR) in 2017.)|
|1992||Opened the Port Island Logistics Center Office|
|1993||Opened the Aomi Office|
|1994||Started terminal and CFS operator operations at Kobe Rokko Container Pier, Piers 6 and 7||Moved Kobe operations to Berths Nos. 6 and 7 at Rokko Island of the Kobe Port Terminal Corporation.
Opened Fukuoka Office in Kashii Container Terminal of Hakata Port.
|1995||Started operating Tokyo Logistics Center Office||Opened Aomi Office in Aomi Container Terminal of Tokyo Port.|
|1996||Started operating Daikoku Logistics Center Office|
|1997||Started Sendai Office at Sendai Port Takasago Container Terminal|
|1998||Opened the NYK Tokyo container terminal and started operator business||Extended Tokyo operations to Berth No. New-7 at the Ohi Pier of the Tokyo Port Terminal Corporation.
Opened Yokohama Office in Daikoku Container Terminal of the Yokohama Port Development Public Corporation.
|2000||Started Hitachi-Naka Office|
|2003||Opened Daikoku RO/RO Terminal||Started Okayama Office at Mizushima Port International Container Terminal|
|2004||Opened the Funabashi Office||Opened Hiroshima Office|
|2008||Authorized as an AEO authorized warehouse operator|
|2011||Recognized as an AEO-certified customs broker|
|2012||Started Naha Office|
|2013||Started Akita Office|
|2015||Started container terminal operations at Minami Honmoku Berth MC-3|
|2017||Started Tomakomai Office, Started Kumamoto Office|
|2019||Merger between UNI-X Corp. and Nippon Container Terminal Co., Ltd. merged. Renamed as “UNI-X NCT Corp.”|