|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.|