Formerly Alpine Electronics, Inc.
-The Company was originally engaged in developing, manufacturing, and selling automotive audio devices and information/communications devices and systems under the Alpine Group. In April 2020 its entire business operations were merged with Alps Electronics, and the consolidated company adopted the name Alps Alpine Co., Ltd.
|Name||Investment Ratio (%)|
|Alps Alpine Co., Ltd.||100.0|
Speakers / Amplifiers
Rear view cameras
Side view cameras
Multi view cameras
AV control systems
AV and navigation integrated units
|May 1967||Alps Motorola, Inc. was jointly founded by Alps Electronics, Inc. and U.S. Motorola Co., Ltd.
Started manufacturing deck mechanisms for 8-track tape players.
|Apr. 1969||Started manufacturing and sales of radios for vehicles|
|Nov. 1969||Opened Iwaki division in Iwaki, Fukushima Prefecture|
|Oct. 1972||Opened Onomachi plant in Onomachi, Tamura County, Fukushima Prefecture.|
|Jun. 1978||Established a sales company Alpine Electronics GmbH in Germany (currently consolidated subsidiary).|
|Aug. 1978||Broke off the joint contract with Motorola Co., Ltd., which left Alps Electronics, Inc. with 100% of ownership.|
|Nov. 1978||Company name was changed to Alpine Electronics, Inc.
Established a sales company Alpine Electronics of America, Inc. in the U.S. (currently consolidated subsidiary).
|1992||Signed basic agreement for technical tie-up with Valeo of France.|
|Feb. 1994||Established Alpine Electronics (Dandong) Co. Ltd. in China, a production company (currently a consolidated subsidiary).|
|Dec. 1994||Established Alpine Electronics (China) Co. Ltd. a Chinese stock-holding headquarters in China (currently a consolidated subsidiary).|
|Dec. 1994||Established Alpine Electronics (Dalian) Co. Ltd. a production company in China (currently a consolidated subsidiary).|
|1996||Signed licensing agreement related to manufacturing technology for key sets and outside handles with Woojin Industrial Systems, Co., Ltd. of Korea|
|July 1998||Established Alpine Electronics Manufacturing of Europe, Ltd., a production company in Hungary (currently a consolidated subsidiary).|
|Mar. 2000||Agreed on a technological tie-up with Nokia.|
|May 2000||Integrated domestic production plants to strengthen global competitiveness.|
|Jul. 2000||A part of sales transferred to Alpine Manufacturing Co., Ltd. (previous name: Alpine Engineering Co., Ltd).|
|Sep. 2000||"Alpine F#1 status' received" Car Hi-Fi Grand Prix prize|
|Jan. 2001||Navigation and audio systems received the number one ranking a survey by J.D. Power and associates.|
|Jan. 2001||Alpine demonstration car received "Best Demonstration Car" prize.|
|Feb. 2001||Received Toyota's Special Prize for Weight Reduction.|
|Sep. 2001||Established Alpine Electronics Hong Kong Co., Ltd. in Hong Kong for sales and procurement of materials (currently a consolidated subsidiary).|
|Nov. 2001||Established Alpine Marketing Co., Ltd., a sales company in Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo (currently a consolidated subsidiary).|
|Aug. 2002||Established Taicang Alpine Electronics Co., Ltd in China (currently consolidated subsidiary)|
|July 2005||Established Alpine Electronics (Thailand) Co., Ltd., a sales company in Thailand, which is currently a consolidated company.|
|Mar. 2008||Shenyang Neusoft Co., Ltd. absorbed a company (Neusoft Group, Ltd.), which Alpine accounts for under the equity method, forming a new company called Neusoft Corporation.|
|Feb. 2009||Established Alpine of Asia Pacific India Private Limited, a sales company in India, which is currently a consolidated company.|
|Apr. 2012||Established Alpine Electronics of Silicon Valley, Inc. as a technical center.|
|2012||Established Alpine Electronics of Middle East, FZCO in Dubai in UAE as a sales office.|
|Established Alpine of Korea in Seoul, Korea as a sales office.|
|2013||Opened a representative office in Indonesia.|
Established Neusoft Reach Automotive Technology (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. in China.
|Jun. 2017||Merged and absorbed the operations of Alpine R&D Company, the company responsible for R&D activities in Japan.|
|Aug. 2017||Relocated the home office to Tokyo’s Ota Ward.|
|Jan. 2019||Became a wholly owned subsidiary of Alps Alpine through a stock-share transfer.
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