Allied Engineering Corp.
||Allied Engineering Corp.
||Mr. Chung, Shuang-Lin
||7 F, No. 346, Sec. 3, Nanjing E. Rd., Songshan Dist., Taipei City 10595, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
||(02)2781-4171 (extension 10)
|Number of Employees
||CALSONIC KANSEI (Japan)
Thanks to our financial and technical partnership with a major Japanese company, we have become a large, renowned, integrated automobile dashboard producer, participating in research, design, manufacturing, and testing.
Established Allied Engineering Construction Corp. Ltd. and started both domestic and foreign construction projects that involved chemical, civil, mechanical, and electrical automation. Business matters dealt with design, production, supervision, construction, and installation, and the corporate capital was NT$550,000.
Increased capital to NT$1,500,000 to emphasize production and establish Yangmei Factory.
Increased capital to NT$2,000,000.
Increased capital to NT$12,000,000 and changed company’s name to Allied Engineering Corp. Ltd. Obtained government approval to establish a technical partnership with Japan's Calsonic Kansei Corp., started manufacturing automobile dashboard instruments, and signed a deal to become an official contractor for Yulon Motor.
Increased capital to NT$14,100,000.
Increased capital to NT$28,800,000.
Began manufacturing automobile dashboard instruments for Renault through its technical partnership with the French firm JAEGAR and then increased capital to NT$50,000,000 in the following month.
Entered into agreement with China Motor and started manufacturing dashboard instruments for their automobiles. Purchased about 220,000 square feet of land in Hsinchu's expanded industrial park in October for a new manufacturing facility.
Contributed to the research and development of Yulon Motor's X101 automobile.
Increased capital to NT$80,000,000.
Mass-produced X101, which was formally put on the market on October 25.
Invested together with Japan's Calsonic Kansei Corp. to expand the scope of their business partnership and collaboration.
Obtained government approval and increased capital to NT$116,600,000.
The new Hsinchu Factory began manufacturing operations.
The LAMP ASSY, manufactured for GM CADILLAC, sent to continental America for the first time.
Entered into technical partnership with German firm V.D.O. and began importing German technology.
Began signing agreements with Chinchun Motor Co., Ltd. (Volkswagen) to make parts, such as meters, for use in their T4s.
Received ISO 9002 Certification from the Bureau of Standards, Metrology & Inspection, Ministry of Economic Affairs
Received QS-9000 Certification
Began manufacturing integrated instrument panels and head-up displays (HUD's) for Yulon Motor's Sentras.
Made investments in and subsequently established a factory in Huizhou, China (jointly with five companies)
Received TS 16949 Certification
Financed and established a factory in Fuzhou, China
Obtained SMD leadless manufacturing facilities and put them into operation.