Corporate History

April, 1953 Tomonori Yoshida (founder) establishes Yoshida Pump Factory at 596 Shimoozo, Enzan, Koshu-shi, Yamanashi-ken.
March, 1959 Yoshida Pump Factory changed its name to the Enzan Hitachi Company and started a new home appliance sales business.
November, 1967 Established semiconductor manufacturing division and began sorting and inspection operations.
April, 1984 Separated our semiconductor manufacturing division and our home appliance sales division and incorporated the semiconductor division as Enzan Factory Company Ltd.
September, 1988 A new dicing factory was constructed (337 m2) at 276 Shimoozo, Enzan, Koshu-shi, Yamanashi-ken, where the current headquarters factory is located.
March, 1995 Began mass production of compound semiconductor dicing process.
January, 1997 Start of integrated production of GaAs semiconductors, including back grinding, back CMP, etching, metallization by sputtering, Au plating, and dicing process.
December, 2001 Obtained ISO 9001 certification for quality (certification body DNV).
October, 2003 Completed construction of a new plant, PDM Center (P: Process, D: Development, M: Manufacturing) in Katsunuma-cho, Koshu-shi, Yamanashi-ken.
January, 2005 Obtained ISO 14001 certification for quality (certification body DNV).
April, 2009 Began mass production contracting with laser dicing (SiC, GaN, sapphire).
February, 2013 Established Enzan Business Solutions Co., Ltd. and began sales of electric power.
July, 2013 Established an OEM production system for certain mass-produced products with a partner company in Vietnam and started overseas production.
April, 2016 Renovated PDM Center into MGVs Winery.