Production and sales of capacitors and electronic components

Shinyei Capacitor Co., Ltd.



September 1943
Started production of capacitors at Ayabe Plant, Shinyei Jitsugyo Co., Ltd. (Ayabe-shi, Kyoto)
May 1945
Changed company name to Shinyei Denki Co., Ltd.
January 1959
Started production of capacitors at Tanaka Plant, Shinyei Denki Co., Ltd.
April 1965
Developed and marketed a polypropylene film capacitor jointly with Toyo Rayon (Toray)
August 1966
Changed company name to Shinyei Kaisha upon taking over subsidiaries Shinyei Denki Co., Ltd. and Oita Seishi Co., Ltd.
May 1989
Established overseas affiliated company in Singapore. Expanded business to global market
July 1992
Established overseas affiliated company in Malaysia. Started production of capacitors.
December 1995
Acquisition of ISO9002 (JQA-1073)
February 1998
Acquisition of ISO9001
March 1998
Established overseas affiliated company in the United States (San Diego). Reinforced business in global market.
January 2000
Shinyei Capacitor Co., Ltd. started business.
Moved head office and factory to 313 Tanaka, Tobumachi, Chiisagata-gun, Nagano (present day Tanaka, Tomi-shi)
Transferred product lines manufactured at Ayabe Plant (Ayabe-shi, Kyoto) to head office and factory in Tanaka, Tomi-shi.
April 2005
Closed overseas affiliated company in Singapore, and transferred the sales function to Malaysia Plant
December 2005
ISO14001 certified in Nagano factory
April 2007
Five affiliates including Shinyei Capacitor Co., Ltd., were integrated.
Changed the company name to Shinyei Technology Co., Ltd.
February 3, 2011
Established Shinyei Capacitor Co., Ltd.
April 1, 2011
Started the business by taking over the capacitor business from Shinyei Technology Co., Ltd.
April 1, 2014
Relocate head office from Tomi-shi, Nagano, to Minato-ku, Tokyo (within Tokyo Branch, Shinyei Kaisha.)
Rename the former head office/factory to Nagano factory.
January 1, 2016
Relocate head office from Minato-ku, Tokyo, to Kobe-shi, Hyogo( within Shinyei headquater building)