In 2002, Ansel Laurent, the engineer of the French Automobile Company, was sent to Korea to monitor quality of spare car parts manufactured at local factories. There, he gets to know Kim Yun (김윤) who held the leading position in a major Korean motor corporation at that time. New opportunities and common interests join them, and they open ANYU (named after capital letters of their names).
Immediately following its registration, they acquire a factory in production of automobile filters. Throughout 2003, they completely re-equip production lines, and also arrange manufacture of oil filters. Products come well regarded in Korea, France, and in Japan. Amount of business is growing. They inspired by their success in 2005 open a factory in production of brake shoes, and buy out the Ignition Coil Factory in Japan in the same year.
In 2007, the Shock Absorber Factory for Japanese cars goes into action in Shanghai.
The company managed to enter the market of spare car parts for Japanese, Korean and most European and American cars when confidently expanding its product range, in less than ten years.
Today, ANYU Corporation is supervised by its Chief Office in Korea as before and is in a constant process of active development to meet rapidly changing demands of the automotive market. The corporate motto: «Reliability in every part», fully justifies itself. Moreover, long-term successful partnership relations with leading motor vehicle manufacturers all over the world are the best proof of this fact.
Company branches are opened in France, USA, Japan, Korea and Slovakia. Most of them are extremely specialized production of automobile filters (three plants), brake shoes (two plants), suspension components, ignition coils, shock absorbers, as well as starters, generators and general mechanical rubber goods.
ANYU Corporation has made active use of CO-PACKING to further tracking its production capacity in recent years. Thanks to professional work of the Quality Control Department, production of spare parts according to world standards was possible due to capacities of other manufacturing enterprises.