|1869||Kinjiro Uyeno established Maruiya, a shipping agent, in Yokohama.|
|1890||Kametaro Uyeno succeeded to his father’s business.|
|1900||Began transportation of petroleum products for Rising Sun Oil Company, the predecessor of Showa Shell Sekiyu K.K.|
|1909||Began transporting kerosene in horse-driven tank wagons.|
|1918||Maruiya was renamed Uyeno Kaisoten.|
|1923||The Great Kanto Earthquake destroyed the Uyeno Kaisoten office and warehouse on the coast as well as the Maruiya Inn in Yoshida-cho.|
|1926||Uyeno Kaisoten was renamed Uyeno Unyu Shokai.|
|1932||Began transportation of bulk kerosene between Yokohama and Yanagishima.|
|1941||Started transportation of aviation fuel in the Seto Island Sea area by order of Army Aviation Headquarters.|
|1946||Transported oil to various destinations in western Japan under an oil distribution control company.|
|1948||Resumed marine transport of petroleum products for Shell Oil; appointed by Shell as the sole agent for foreign ship bunker supply.|
|1949||Commissioned with the marine transport of all the petroleum products of Shell Oil.|
|1950||Began overland transport using tanker trucks.|
|1955||First post-war coastal tanker, No.1 Akagai Maru (black oil, 1,850KL), joined fleet.|
|1957||Nation's largest coastal tanker, Kurogai Maru (black oil, 4,000KL), joined fleet.|
|1959||First chemical tanker, No.1 Hinode Maru, joined fleet.|
|1960||Started operation of LPG tank trucks; fleet grows to over 100 trucks.|
|1966||Yutaka Uyeno took office as president.|
|1969||Shell Oil consigned Uyeno to supply petroleum products to the Japan Self Defense Agency.|
|1971||Established Isewan Bosai to start marine accident prevention service.|
|1975||Uyeno Unyu Shokai was reorganized as a corporation.|
|1977||Established Oxalis Shipping in Singapore.|
|1981||Overland transport division became independent as Uyeno Yuso.|
|1987||Takashi Uyeno took office as president.|
|1991||Uyeno Marine Service participated in the Emergency Assistance Corps to Saudi Arabia for clean-up of oil after the Gulf War.|
|1997||The nation's first 6,000KL coastal tanker, Soubi Maru, joined fleet.|
|1998||Uyeno Unyu Shokai and Uyeno Chemical Unyu consolidated to form Uyeno Transtech.
Established Japan Oil Network through a joint venture with Showa Shell Sekiyu and Heiwa Kisen.
|2000||Uyeno Transtech acquired Heiwa Kisen to strengthen its business foundation.|
|2002||Uyeno Transtech began operating the first coastal coal-ash carrier, Hekinan Maru.|
|2003||Drivers' education facility Uyeno Safety Academy (USA) opened. (October 15)|
|2004||Uyeno Transtech acquired 65% share of Daiko Senpaku from Nisshoku Butsuryu. (April 30)|
|2006||Uyeno Transtech and Transnational Diversified Corp. of the Philippines establish Transnational Uyeno Maritime Inc. (TUMI) in the Philippines. This is the first introduction of double haul tankers in the Philippines. (June 15)|
|2007||SES1 (Super-Eco Ship 1) chemical tanker, No. 5 Nikko Maru joined fleet. (May 31)|
|2008||Uyeno’s four overland transport companies are consolidated. (April 1)|
|2010||Himeji Chemical Terminal records 10,000 days without an accident (August 9)|
|2011||Carbon Ocean Line Co., Ltd., established (March 14)
Philippines NTMA Solar facility completed. (September 27)
|2012||Uyeno Green Solutions Ltd.begins operations(April 2)
Irago Escort Business attains 100,000trip no-accidents,no-disasters mile stone. (August 29)
|2013||Uyeno Group's first solar power system plant in Japan built in Tomakomai.
Uyeno Group's first mega solar power system plant in Japan built in Inashiki, Ibaraki.
Uyeno Kosan acquired 100% stake in NCU Logistics, Ltd.
|2017||Acquisition of shares of DLT ENTERPRISE PTE.LTD.
Establishment of TRANSNATIONAL UYENO SAFETY ACADEMY INC.
|2018||Acquisition of 100% Shares of Shell Chemicals Japan Ltd.|