(as of June 2020)
Former Nikko Shoji Co., Ltd.
Former Cactus Chemicals Co., Ltd.
|Establishment of Toho Shoji Co., Ltd. as a vendor of copper produced by Nippon Mining Co., Ltd. (now known as JX Nippon Mining & Metals Co., Ltd.)||
|Establishment of Tokyo Sanso Co., Ltd. for sales of sulfuric acid and other chemical products|
|Tokyo Sanso renamed Tosan Shoji Co., Ltd.|
|Establishment of Nikko Shoji Co., Ltd. in Osaka; Toho Shoji transfers trade rights for Nippon Mining products in West Japan||
|Renamed Cactus Chemicals Co., Ltd.|
|Toho Shoji takes over the Metal Division of Nikko Shoji, and the name of the company is changed to Nikko Shoji Co., Ltd.||
• JX Metals Trading Co., Ltd. (formerly Nikko Shoji Co., Ltd.)
|October 1997||Merger of Nikko Shoji Co., Ltd. and Cactus Chemicals Co., Ltd.|
|August 2001||Establishment of Nippon Mining Shanghai Co., Ltd. (5% owned by JX Metals Trading)|
|January 2006||Establishment of Nikko Shoji Taiwan Co., Ltd. (restructured and integrated into Nikko Metals Taiwan Co., Ltd. in April 2008)|
|June 2006||Establishment of Shenzhen Nikko Shoji Co., Ltd. (70% owned by JX Metals Trading)|
|April 2007||Merger of Nikko Shoji and Nikko Metal Plating Co., Ltd.|
|April 2007||Establishment of Materials Service Complex Malaysia (40% owned by JX Metals Trading)|
|April 2008||Establishment of Vietnam Representative Office|
|April 2011||Nikko Shoji renamed JX Metals Trading Co., Ltd.|
|December 2011||Nitto Trading, Ltd. became a wholly owned subsidiary of JX Metals Trading|
|January 2014||Establishment of Materials Service Complex (Thailand) Co., Ltd. (100% owned by JX Metals Trading)|
|February 2014||Doho Metal (Thailand) Co., Ltd. became a wholly owned subsidiary of JX Metals Trading
Doho Metal (Thailand) Co., Ltd. renamed Materials Service Complex Coil Center (Thailand) Co., Ltd.
|April 2018||Merger of JX Metals Trading and Nitto Trading, Ltd.|
• JX Nippon Mining & Metals Group
|December 1905||Founding of company by Fusanosuke Kuhara with opening of Hitachi Mine|
|April 1929||Establishment of Nippon Mining Co., Ltd.|
|November 1992||Establishment of Nippon Mining & Metals Co., Ltd., through takeover of the mining and metals business of Nippon Mining Co., Ltd.|
|December 1992||Establishment of Nikko Kyodo Co., Ltd. (by the merger of Nippon Mining Co., Ltd. and Kyodo Oil Co., Ltd., later renamed Japan Energy Corporation)|
|September 2002||Joint establishment by Japan Energy Corporation and Nippon Mining & Metals Co., Ltd. of Nippon Mining Holdings, Inc. as their holding company|
|April 2010||Establishment of JX Holdings, Inc., through the business integration of Nippon Mining Holdings, Inc. and Nippon Oil Corporation|
|July 2010||Establishment of three core companies of JX Group, JX Nippon Mining & Metals Corporation, JX Nippon Oil & Energy Corporation and JX Nippon Oil & Gas Exploration Corporation|
|April 2017||Establishment of JXTG Holdings, Inc., through the business integration of JX Nippon Oil & Energy Corporation and TonenGeneral Sekiyu K.K.|
|June 2020||JXTG Holdings, Inc. renamed ENEOS Holdings, Inc.
JXTG Nippon Oil & Energy Corporation renamed ENEOS Corporation.
JX Metals Trading is the core metal-trading company in the JX Nippon Mining & Metals Group.