|1947||Establishment of Daiichi Pure Chemical Co., Ltd.
Start of domestic production of in vitro diagnostic reagents.
|1955||Established the first private sector radioisotope laboratory|
|1958||Started production and sales of amino acids|
|1963||Released the first ever domestically-produced radiopharmaceuticals|
|1968||Started contract safety research business|
|2006||Became a wholly owned subsidiary of SEKISUI Chemical through transfer of shares owned by Daiichi Pharmaceutical|
|2008||Establishment of Sekisui Medical Co., Ltd. (Sekisui Medical Co., Ltd. was formed after the Medical Business Division of Sekisui Chemical Co., Ltd. was merged with Daiichi Pure Chemical Co., Ltd.)|
|2010||Establishment of Sekisui Medical Technology (China) through the merger of Beijing Sekisui Trank Medical Technology Co., Ltd. (Sekisui Chemical's subsidiary company) and Shanghai Daiichi Diagnostics Co., Ltd (Sekisui Medical's subsidiary company).|
|2011||Sekisui Chemical Co. Ltd. acquired the Diagnostic Pharmaceuticals Division of Genzyme Corporation in the U.S. State of Massachusetts and established Sekisui Diagnostics, LLC.|
|2015||Sekisui Chemical Co. Ltd. acquired 100% of the shares of EIDIA Co., Ltd.
Establishment of Sekisui Medical Technology (Suzhou) Co., Ltd. by Sekisui Chemical Co., Ltd.
|2017||Sekisui Chemical Co. Ltd. merged Sekisui Medical Co., Ltd. and EIDIA Co., Ltd.
Establishment of PeptiStar Inc. through a joint venture agreement between PeptiDream Inc., Shionogi & Co., Ltd. and Sekisui Chemical Co., Ltd.
|2018||Sekisui Chemical Co., Ltd. acquired Veredus Laboratories Pte. Ltd. in Singapore.|
|2023||Acquired medical business from Tokuyama Sekisui Industry Co., Ltd. and newly established Sekisui Medical Co., Ltd. Tokuyama Plant.|