Since1975, EHWA DIAMOND has been growing by developing long-term partnerships with customers worldwide and across the industries. EHWA is tirelessly striving to provide the very best customer satisfaction through continuous product innovation and world class service.
‘E(二)’ means Two Parties: EHWA and People
such as customers, employees, partners and our society. ‘HWA(和)’ means Cooperation.
Our philosophy is to nurture and grow long-term partnerships with our customers.
Ever since the establishment in 1975, EHWA has been striving to
become the best in diamond manufacturing industry not only for its business size,
but more importantly for product quality.
We are convinced that we are the best partner for you.
Global leader in diamond
To provide our customers
quality and service
1975 : EHWA founded in Seoul, Korea
1981 : Began Export to U.S.
1985 : Relocated HQ and Production to Osan
1988 : Established R&D Center
1993 : ISO-9001 Certified (Germany TÜV) | Established Plant in Fujian, China
1995 : Opened Sales Subsidiary in Japan | Awarded Gold Industrial Medal on National Trade Day
1997 : Established Plant in Weihai, China
2000 : Received Presidential Productivity Award
2002 : Established Plant in Shanghai, China
2003 : oSa (Organization for the Safety of Abrasives) certified
2004 : Opened Sales Subsidiary in Germany
2008 : $100 Million Export Presidential Award
2011 : Selected as “World Class 300” Company by Korean Government (First Round)
2012 : Established Plant in Indonesia
2013 : Opened New Facility in Dongtan (R&D Center and New Business Development) | Opened Sales Subsidiary in India
2015 : Opened Sales Subsidiary in Mexico / Opened Sales Subsidiary in Italia
2016 : Certified KOSHA 18001 (Safety and Health Management System)
2017 : Established Plant in Bac Ninh & Hai Duong , Vietnam
Conflict Minerals Statement
EHWA does not condone the usage of “conflict minerals”, as it infringes upon human rights and exploits the environment in the most distasteful way. Furthermore, we demand all EHWA suppliers to investigate their mineral sources to avoid using such conflict minerals, including natural diamond, gold, tantalum, tin, tungsten, cobalt etc.
Suppliers are required to follow this practice to fulfill the basic corporate social responsibilities with EHWA.