Started the technical development of chemical vapor deposition (CVD) at the Tamano Lab of Mitsui Zosen K. K.
Introduced large CVD-SiC facilities.
Completed the CVD-SiC coating technology for boats and tubes for semiconductor manufacturing equipment.
Transferred business from Mitsui Zosen K. K. to Sanzo Metal Inc.Started the sales of SiC single membrane dummy wafers.
Established ADMAP Inc. (100%-owned by Mitsui Zosen K. K. with capital of 1 hundred million yen). Created the Advanced Materials Sales Department in Mitsui Zosen K. K. Succeeded the new materials business from Sanzo Metal Inc., and started a framework in which ADMAP Inc. was responsible for the manufacturing of CVD-SiC products, and Mitsui Zosen K. K. was responsible for marketing and sales.
Created a sales department by transferring the marketing and sales operations for CVD-SiC products from Mitsui Zosen K. K.
Increased capital to 1.5 hundred million yen. Succeeded all businesses related to new materials from Mitsui Zosen K. K.
Increased capital to 1.6 hundred million yen. Established a 100%-owned subsidiary (ADMAP CERAMICS INC.) in the U.S.
Increased shareholding of Ferrotec Corporation to 66% via the transfer of shares. (Joint venture between Ferrotec Corporation and Mitsui Zosen K. K.)
Became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Ferrotec Holdings Corporation via the transfer of all shares.
Merged with Ferrotec Ceramics Corporation and renamed as “Ferrotec Material Technologies Corporation”.