Buffalo was founded in 1957 in Taiwan by Mr. Hsiao Tsai Sheng, a stainless steel professional. He advocated stainless steel as a healthy cookware material to consumers, even though people were not ready to accept the new concept at that time.
In 1960, under his guidance, Buffalo pioneered a series of stainless steel pressure cookers, followed by the first stainless steel wok. The company produced the first multilayer cookware in 1980, and two years later it set new standards again with the production of space-age composite metal cookware products.
Buffalo became the first foreign company in Japan to receive the IH, CH and SG certification. This achievement – along with many others – is a testament to the company’s commitment to innovation and excellence. In 2015, Buffalo established its Global Sales and Branding headquarters in Kuala Lumpur to grow the company and expand into new markets. Buffalo’s products are now available in many countries all over the world including Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia, and the USA.
Buffalo’s first cookware shop is established
Taiwan’s first Stainless steel factory is established
First Stainless steel pressure cooker is manufactured in
Buffalo’s product successfully enter the Japanese market
The world’s first traditional SS and aluminium wok is
Buffalo’s receives the SGS from Japan, and its pressure cooker is awarded with the Safety Certification.
Factory move to Selangor, Malaysia
Everpro Sdn Bhd was established in 1992
The SS convex safety mirror is developed
The first mass-produced pressure cooker using Buffalo Clad Technology is sold globally and Ever-Grow Advanced Materials Sdn Bhd was set up to provide quality multi-ply clad metals to Ni Hsin and other stainless steel Cookware and electrical and electronics manufacturers overseas.
Ni Hsin Resources Berhad was listed in Second Board of Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad. Enco rice bowl was launhed.
One piece technology is introduced , Buffalo retail outlets was established.
Sub brand – CALF
Sub brand – TOROS
Buffalo concept store and service opens in Taipei
Buffalo Headquarters was established