SAMOFA (SAmenwerkende MOtoren FAbrikanten) is established in Harderwijk (NL)
producing small, water-cooled diesel engines for the Benelux market.
Start production of air-cooled diesel engines.
SAMOFA begins importing Mitsubishi diesel engines to extend their range.
SAMOFA is taken over by the Japanese multinational Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd.
The new subsidiary is to be known as MHI Samofa Diesel BV.
MHI Samofa Diesel BV merges with other MHI product groups the company is renamed
MHI Equipment Europe B.V., abbreviated to MEE.
New factory opens on De Vaart (industrial estate) in Almere where, two years later, MEE
produces the first turbocharger.
The fork-lift truck division stays behind at the old location and continues as MCFE.
MEE transfers its activities to a new location on De Vaart in Almere.
On the new location MEE starts with 3 divisions; engines, turbochargers and an
MEE builds a second factory and achieves ISO 9001 certification.
The airconditioning division becomes independent and transfers its activities to a new location.
New this year is the entry of Corrugating Machinery to MEE.
MEE achieves ISO 14001 certification for its Environmental Management System.
MEE turbochargers Division achieves ISO/TS 16949 certification.
MEE opens factory four in Almere.
MEE passes the one million turbochargers mark per year.
The Corrugating Machinery division independent continues on a new location in Almere.
A fifth factory opens in Almere for the purpose of producing 4 million turbochargers per year.
MEE achieves the AEO (Authorized Economic Operator) status.
MHI Equipment Europe B.V. is renamed Mitsubishi Turbocharger and Engine Europe B.V., with no abbreviation.
Mitsubishi Turbocharger and Engine Europe B.V. produces its 20.000.000th Turbocharger since the start of production in 1991.
The Norwegian Gas and Diesel Power AS (G&DP) becomes a subsidiary of MTEE and its new name becomes Mitsubishi Turbocharger and Engine Europe B.V., Norwegian Branch Office, Marine and Power Solutions. The Turbocharger Division produces the 25th million turbocharger.
The Turbocharger Division produces the 30th million turbocharger.