The Matsuyama Site began its operations in 1968 and was responsible for the manufacture of predominantly audiovisual products, but also various others. Since beginning the manufacture of blood glucose strips in 1991, the site has continued to produce in vitro diagnostic devices related to POC systems and blood glucose monitoring systems.
Operations commenced at the Wakimachi Site in 1969. The site started manufacturing mainly audiovisual products. Since beginning production of blood glucose test strips in 1997, the factory has been producing medical devices including digital injectors and products related to POC systems and blood glucose monitoring systems.
The Narita Site has been responsible for R&D of in vitro diagnostic reagents since 1991. The site has also manufactured in vitro diagnostic products since new plant was constructed in 2016.
Indonesia Factory (PT PHC Indonesia)
The Indonesia Factory began operations in 1991 with the manufacture of video cassette recorders, and has since produced an array of different products, mainly related to audiovisual equipment. In 2011, the factory began manufacturing blood glucose monitoring devices, and now also manufactures pharmaceutical refrigerators, biomedical freezers, and CO2 incubators.