1960 : Established the first company in the name of "Namcharoen Bangkok" by Mr Charoenchai Boonbandansook.
1962 : Opened the first factory in Samutprakarn, Thailand.
1977 : Started export business. First customers were from Australia and Germany.
1980 : Changed company's name to "N.C.R. Rubber Industry Co., Ltd."
Moved factory to a second location in Samutprakarn, Thailand.
1997 : Joint-venture with Bridgestone Corp., Japan to establish "Bridgestone NCR Co., Ltd." in Rayong, Thailand.
1999 : Certified ISO 9000:2000 by SGS/UKAS
2000 : Awarded "Thailand's Brand" certification by Ministry of Commerce, The Royal Thai Government.
2004 : Opened the third factory in Rayong.
Selected as 1 of 58 prominent enterprises by the Bangkok Post.
2005 : Awarded "5S Silver Award" by Thai-Japanese Technology Promotion Association.
Awarded Quality Control Certification by Thai-Honda Manufacturing Co., Ltd.
2006 : Started Total Productive Management (TPM) Project.
2012 : Awarded "Thailand LEAN Award 2012 - Bronze"
2014 : Certified ISO/TS 16949:2009 by SGS/UKAS
2015 : Awarded "Thailand Trust Mark" by Ministry of Commerce, The Royal Thai Governament
2016 : Appointed by Bridgestone Corporation Co.,Ltd. (Japan) as an authorized distributor of hydraulic and air-conditioning hoses
2017 : Awarded ''STEM Workforce Towards Thailand 4.0'' by Ministry of Labour, The Royal Thai Government.
Certified ''Green Industry'' Class 2: Green Activity by Ministry of Industry, The Royal Thai Government.
2018 : Certified ISO 9001:2015 and IATF 16949:2016 by SGS/UKAS.
Awarded ''3Rs Award (Industrial Waste Management Project)'' by Ministry of Industry, The Royal Thai Government.
2019 : Certified ISO 14001:2015 by SGS/UKAS.
2020 : Celebrated 60th anniversary.
Appointed by Lillbacka | Finn-Power as an authorized distributor and service provider of crimping and cutting machine
2022 : Established "Bridgestone NCR Asset Holding (Thailand) Co., Ltd.
Certified "Green Industry" Class 3: Green System by Ministry of Industry, The Royal Thai Government.
Exported to more than 73 countries in 6 continents around the world