June 2019 Opened the Gotanda office for business expansion
May 2018 Listed on TSE Mothers : Market of the high-growth and emerging stocks
July 2017 Formed a capital tie-up with YAMATO HOLDINGS CO., LTD.
April 2017 Opened the Kyoto office for business expansion
August 2016 Received investment of 2.05 billion yen through third-party share issuance
December 2015 Started online logistics service business “hacobell”
November 2015 Headquarters moved to Kamiosaki, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo, for business expansion
October 2015 Established RAKSUL INTERNATIONAL PTE. LTD., A wholly owned subsidiary in Singapore
February 2015 Received investment of 4 billion yen through third-party share issuance
July 2014 Began broadcasting Raksul TV Commercial
February 2014 Received investment of 1.45 billion yen through third-party share issuance
November 2013 Headquarters moved to Toranomon, Minato-ku, Tokyo, for business expansion
March 2013 Started printing EC business
November 2012 Received investment of 120 million yen through third-party share issuance
August 2012 “Raksul” site renewal
April 2012 Received investment of 110 million yen through third-party share issuance
December 2011 Headquarters moved to Shibaura Minato-ku, Tokyo, for business expansion
November 2011 “Raksul” site renewal
September 2011 Capital increased to 19.4 million yen
July 2011 Capital increased to 9.4 million yen
June 2011 Began offering printing order quotation services
March 2011 Headquarters moved to Tamachi, Minato-ku, Tokyo, for business expansion
December 2010 Cumulative page view of “Raksul” surpassed 1 million
September 2010 “Insatsu-Hikaku.com” changed to “Raksul” · Site renewal
August 2010 Headquarters moved to the coast of Minato-ku, Tokyo, for business expansion
June 2010 Capital increased to 6.2 million yen
April 2010 Began operating “Insatsu-Hikaku.com” which offered price comparison of different printing companies
September 2009 RAKSUL INC. was established with a capital of 2 million yen for the mission of creating a new ordering mechanism for printing