History

Oct. 1967
Nippon Electric Varian founded (Head office: Azabu Minato-ku, Tokyo).
Apr. 1975
Head Office moved to Fuchu-shi, Tokyo.
Oct. 1977
Joint Agreement with Varian terminated
Nov. 1979
Company name changed to NEC ANELVA CORPORATION.
Apr. 1983
Fuji Factory established.
ANELVA ENGINEERING CORPORATION (AEC) founded.
Feb. 1991
ANELVA SHIZUOKA CORPORATION (SAN) established.
Apr. 1993
Third factory established on the premises of Fuji Factory.
Jul. 1994
Division Management Responsibility Equipment started.
Oct. 1995
ISO9001 certification obtained.
Merged with AEC, with the company name changed to ANELVA CORPORATION.
Jul. 1996
Division Management Responsibility Equipment revised.
FPD, MMD, Development Laboratory, and Advanced Product Development Div. established.
Sep. 1997
COSMOS series put on the market.
Oct. 1997
Thirtieth anniversary celebrated.
Oct. 1998
ISO14001 certification obtained.
Apr. 1999
ANELVA TECHNO BUSINESS CORPORATION established.
Jul. 2002
Merged with SAN.
Oct. 2003
ANELVA TECHNIX CORPORATION established.
Oct. 2005
Company name changed to Canon ANELVA Corporation
May  2007
Shinagawa Office opened in Tokyo.
Jun. 2007
Kurigi Head Office built at Kawasaki-shi Kanagawa.
Aug. 2007
The location of our head office changed.
Feb. 2010
Merger with Canon ANELVA Engineering Corporation and Canon ANELVA Technix Corporation.


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