When Firstohm was first established in 1969, we had oriented ourselves in the specilization of thick film and thin film resistors. Firstohm acquired substantial resistor manufacturing techniques from Japan in 1974, and further acquired a major resistor factory from SONY in 1982. In 1986, Firstohm acquired an NEC subsidiary Yokohama Electronics for its technology of precision metal film resistors. Afterwards, Firstohm successfully developed chip resistor, surge resistor. In 1991, Firstohm developed high-end MELF SMD resistor, which drew large quantity of orders from Thomson, a worldwide leader in electronic products. In 1999, Firstohm successfully developed 50KV-degree high voltage resistors, which obtained orders from the French car maker Renault. We pioneered many types of resistors in Taiwan, as well as in the world. Firstohm has succeeded in long-term achievement of R&D, and managed our competitive niche in the market.
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