Samsung Electro-Mechanics has played a central role in the global history of electric and electronic parts industry Leveraging our history of outstanding accomplishment, we continue to strive to become the world's leading electronic parts company.
2010 - Now
|2017||05||Constructed the new plant in Tianjin (former Binhai Branch)|
|04||Constructed a new plant in the Philippines.|
|03||Launched a new Tianjin branch (Constructed with the new Binhai plant)|
|2016||10||The ceremony and safety prayer for FOPLP facility to be carried into Cheonan Factory.|
|05||Samsung Electro-Mechanics was selected as a good parts supplier of Lenovo.|
|03||Samsung Electro-Mechanics hosted the 2016 Mutual Growth Festival.
Samsung Electro-Mechanics was selected as a good parts supplier of Intel.
|2014||01||The world's first self-resonating wireless charger was certified.|
|2013||10||Samsung Electro-Mechanics developed the world's best performing camera module.|
|09||Samsung Electro-Mechanics built its new production site in Vietnam|
|2011||10||Samsung Electro-Mechanics developed the world's best performing 0603-standard 2.2-μF MLCC.|
|09||A ceremony to commemorate the construction of Binhai Factory in Tianjin, China was held.
Samsung Electro-Mechanicsdeveloped the household smart camera module.
2000 - 2009
|2009||10||Samsung Electro-Mechanics developed the world's first 12-m 3x-zoom ISM.|
|6||Samsung Electro-Mechanics developed the world's first third-generation antenna|
|4||Samsung Electro-Mechanics developed the world's first 0603, 1-μF MLCC|
|2007||11||Samsung Electro-Mechanics developed the world's first 8-Mp CMOS camera module for mobile phones.|
|09||Samsung Electro-Mechanics developed its 0.08 mm-thick semiconductor board.|
|2006||11||Samsung Electro-Mechanics developed the world's first 1608-spec 22-μF MLCC.|
|09||Flipchip CSP board entered mass production.|
|06||Samsung Electro-Mechanics published the first sustainability report in the parts industry.|
|04||Samsung Electro-Mechanics developed the world's smallest 2-Mp camera module.|
|2005||11||Samsung Electro-Mechanics developed the world's thinnest 0.1-mm semiconductor board.|
|03||The first Samsung Electro-Mechanics Best Paper Award was held.
Samsung Electro-Mechanics developed the world's first 5-Mp CMOS camera module.
|2003||09||Samsung Electro-Mechanics developed the world's smallest 0402 MLCC.|
|2002||07||Samsung Electro-Mechanics became the first in the world to commercialize the production method for the next-generation printed circuit board (Stack Via).|
|2001||10||Samsung Electro-Mechanics developed and mass produced the world's smallest 0603 MLCC.|
|05||A production plant was built for Samsung High-Tech Electro-Mechanics (Tianjin).|
1990 - 1999
|1997||07||A production branch in Philippines was established.|
|1996||10||Suwon Plant became the world's first electronic parts company to receive ISO 14001 certification.|
|04||The Men's and Women's Badminton Club was founded|
|1994||01||A produciton plant was built in Tianjin, China.|
|1992||07||A produciton plant was built in Dongguan, China.|
|1991||11||The MLB (multilayered printed circuit board) Factory was built in Sejong City.|
|1990||11||A production plant was built in Thailand.|
1980 - 1989
|1988||02||Samsung Electro-Mechanics developed Korea's first micro multilayer ceramic capacitor (MLCC) (1608 size).|
|1987||02||The company’s name was changed to Samsung Electromechanics.|
|1985||12||The company was designated as a precision technology factory with a grade of 1 (Ministry of Commerce and Industry, No. 28).|
|1980||10||The company’s General Research Center was built.|
1970 - 1979
|1979||02||The company was listed on the Korea Stock Exchange.|
|1978||04||It independently developed the color TV tuner (VHF tuner, UHF tuner, doubler).|
|1977||05||The company changed its name from Samsung Electro-Mechanic Parts to Samsung Electronic Parts.|
|1974||11||The company’s name was changed from Samsung-Sanyo Parts Co., Ltd. to Samsung Electro-Mechanic Parts.|
|1973||11||The company was founded.|
|08||Samsung-Sanyo Parts Co,. Ltd. was registered for incorporation.|