History

1958 Established Omiya Electric Co., Ltd. and started production of Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors.
1959 Established Shijonawate Plant (present Head Office).
1969 Established Shimonoseki Plant and started production of TV tuners.
Established Masuda Plant and started production of Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors.
1985 Established Izumo Plant and started production of Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors.
1988 Change the company name to SUN Electronic Industries Corporation.
Started production of Surface Mount Type Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors at Masuda Plant.
Started production of DC-DC converters at Shimonoseki Plant.
1989 Started production of AC-DC power supplies at Shimonoseki Plant.
1993 Established Sales Office in Saitama.
1996 Established SUNCON Electronics (Hong Kong) Co., Ltd.
1998 Established R&D center at Head Office.
2000 Started production of the industry’s first Surface Mount Type Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors with Hybrid Electrolyte“EP-cap”.
2001 Relocated Masuda Plant to new facilities.
2003 Established SUN Electronic (Nantong) Co., Ltd. in China.
2007 Started production of the industry’s first High Voltage Compatible Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors with Hybrid Conductive Polymer “EP-cap”.
2009 Started sales of SUNCON brand capacitors in Japan.
Started production of power supplies for LED lighting at Shimonoseki Plant.
Established Sales Offices in Taiwan and USA.
2010 Established SUN Electronic Industries (Europe) GmbH in Germany.
2012 Established SUNCON Electronics Trading (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
2018 Changing the logo with 60th anniversary of foundation.