Milestone

1978
Established Silitek Rubber Corporation.
1983
Renamed as Silitek Corporation and began to produce Auto Parts.
1990
Tamsui Plant won the FORD Q1 Global Quality Excellence Award.
1991
Started to produce OA products.
1993
Started to produce mobile phone keypads and introduced the “customer-oriented” business management model.
1994
Tamsui Plant obtained ISO-9002 Certification.
1995
Malaysia Plant won the FORD Q1 Global Quality Excellence Award and obtained ISO-9002 Certification.
1996
Shenzhen Xurong Plant obtained ISO-9002 Certification.
1997
Tamsui Plant and Malaysia Plant obtained QS-9000 Certification.
1998
Malaysia Plant obtained ISO-14001 Certification.
1999
Won the Chrysler Best Supplier Award.
Shenzhen Xurong Plant obtained QS-9000 Certification.
2001
Established Silitech Technology Corporation with a paid-up capital of NT$ 1 million. Due to cash injection, the paid-up capital was increased to NT$300 million in November.
2002
 In July, due to cash reduction, the paid-up capital was decreased to NT$ 150 million.
Accepted all assets, liabilities and operations generated by the Rubber Division of Silitek Corporation on October 1. The paid-up capital was increased to NT$ 450 million.
2003
Due to recapitalization from earnings, employee bonus and capital surplus, the paid-in capital was increased to NT$ 780,600 thousand.
Shenzhen Xurong Plant won the outstanding contribution unit of export processing zone in Shajing Town.
2004
Listed on the Taiwan Stock Exchange approved by the FSC in March.
Established Changsu Plant; established Magnesium and Aluminum BU in Tamsui Plant.
Due to recapitalization from earnings and employee bonus, the paid-in capital was increased to NT$ 911,465 thousand.
Won the Gold Trade Award of the Excellent Exporter of the Ministry of Economic Affairs.
Won the BenQ and Shin-Etsu Best Supplier Award.
2005
Due to recapitalization from earnings and employee bonus, the paid-in capital was increased to NT$ 1,135,578 thousand.
Established Silitech Technology (Suzhou) Co., Ltd.
Won the Arima Best Supplier Award.
2006
Due to recapitalization from earnings and employee bonus, the paid-in capital was increased to NT$ 1,348,299,720.
Won the Motorola and Arima Best Supplier Award.
2007
Due to recapitalization from earnings and employee bonus, the paid-in capital was increased to NT$ 1,507,301,590.
Won the Arima Best Supplier Award
2008
Due to recapitalization from earnings and employee bonus, the paid-in capital was increased to NT$ 1,713,770,160.
Won the Samsung Quality Award.
2009
Due to recapitalization from earnings and employee bonus, the paid-in capital was increased to NT$ 1,759,437,740.
Won the German iF Material Award 2009.
2010
Due to recapitalization from earnings and employee bonus, the paid-in capital was increased to NT$ 1,792,225,880.
2011
 Due to recapitalization from earnings and employee bonus, the paid-in capital was increased to NT$ 1,829,552,870. In December, the treasury shares were canceled and the paid-in capital was reduced to NT$ 1,809,552,870.
2012
Due to recapitalization from earnings and employee bonus, the paid-in capital was increased to NT$ 1,845,642,830.
2013
Due to recapitalization from earnings and employee bonus, the paid-in capital was increased to NT$ 1,877,057,500.
2014
Due to recapitalization from earnings and employee bonus, the paid-in capital was increased to NT$ 1,893,838,160.
2015
Entered the automotive glass industry and started to produce curved glass related products.
2016
Shenzhen Xurong Plant obtained ISO-5001 Energy Management System Certification.
2018
The treasury shares were canceled and the paid-in capital was reduced to NT$ 1,793,838,160.
Shenzhen Xurong Plant obtained ISO-14001 Certification.
Shenzhen Xurong Plant obtained TS16949 Certification for automotive products.
Disposed of the land use right and factory buildings of Suzhou Plant to enhance the efficiency of assets.
Entered the key component industry of smart home and produced related products.
2019
Won the Best Quality Excellence Award for Asian suppliers from the Bosch Groups.
Due to capital reduction, the paid-in capital was decreased to NT$ 600 million.