History

2019
Salcomp acquired by Lingyi ITech
2017
Salcomp opens a new factory in Guigang, China
2016/2017
Two new factories in India supporting strong market growth
2014
AP6 acquires 45 percent of the shares in Salcomp​
2013
A strategic desicion to expand offering to power banks and battery packs
2013
New local office set up in Tokyo, Japan
2012
A strategic decision to expand offering to wireless charging and LED drivers​
2012
New local offices set up in Hong Kong, Silicon Valley, USA and Seoul, Korea
2011
Salcomp's shares delisted from the NASDAQ OMX Helsinki
2009
A strategic decision to expand offering to all external adapters and chargers
2009
New local office set up in Taipei, Taiwan
2008
Extended R&D center at the China plant
2007
A production plant in India
2006
Salcomp shares listed on NASDAQ OMX Helsinki
2005
A production plant in Brazil
2004
Manufacturing in Finland ends
2002
A production plant in China
2001
New local office set-up in Sao Paulo, Brazil
1999
Spin-off from Nokia and expansion of customer base to all major mobile phone manufacturers
1998
Contract manufacturing begins in China
1995
A strategic decision to focus on mobile phone chargers
1988
The world's first switch mode quick charger for mobile phones
1983
Acquired by Nokia
1982
Manufacturing of power supplies begins
1975
Salcomp's Kemijärvi plant is founded
1973
Salcomp's plant in Uusikaupunki, Finland is founded
1973
Salcomp is established in Salo, Finland