APO PLUS STATION was founded in 1993.
After many years of growth, it has grown into a trusted brand.
OctAPO PLUS STATION Co., Ltd. (APS) was established. (Hakusan, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo)
- FebLicensed by the Minister of Health, Labour, and Welfare was obtained and job-placement service for pharmacist was started.
- MayStarted education and training service for pharmacist.
SepThe headquarters was moved to Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo.
JulLicensed for general worker dispatching undertakings.
SepObtained corporate education and training system certification. (MR Education and Accreditation Center of Japan)
- JanStarted pharmacist staffing service (current medical job service) in full scale.
- AprStarted the CSO business.
- OctOpened the East Japan Office (current Sendai Office). (Sendai-shi)
- JanOpened the Osaka Brunch (current Osaka Office). (Osaka-shi)
- AprObtained education and training facility accreditation. (MR Education and Accreditation Center of Japan) APS started being entrusted with MR education and training.
JunOpened the Fukuoka Office (Fukuoka-shi).
AugMoved the headquarters to Fujimi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Aprnergy Co., Ltd. share. (subsidiary acquisition)
- MarOpened the Nagoya Office (Nagoya-shi).
- AugOpened the Shizuoka Office (Shizuoka-shi).
- NovAPS joined the Qol group.
AprDue to reorganization of the Qol group, MR education service was split and put into Qol Academy Co., Ltd.
- MarOpened the Yokohama Office (Yokohama-shi).
- AprMoved the headquarters to the current address (Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo).
- JulAPS succeeded MR-related education and training service as well as outside training service for registered sales clerk from Qol Academy Co., Ltd. due to absorption-type company split.
- JulOpened the Saitama Office (Saitama-shi).
- FebMoved the Osaka Office (Osaka-shi).
- SepEstablished an overseas subsidiary in Thailand named APO PLUS STATION (THAILAND) CO., LTD.
- AprAbsorbed QOL RD Co., Ltd.
- JunOpened the Hiroshima Branch (Hiroshima-shi)
- AprKansai Office were integrated to Oosaka Office.
- AprOpened the Hiroshima Office (current Osaka Brunch). (Hiroshima-shi)