Futaba Corporation is a Japanese company that produces Vacuum Fluorescent Displays (VFDs) and other industrial and commercial components and modules. In October 2011 Futaba bought TDK's part in their PMOLED joint venture, TDK Micro Device Corporation, which is now a Futaba subsidiary.
Sichaun CCO Display Technology was established in 2008 in Chengdu, China by Changhong Electronics group and Chengdu Hi-Tech Investment Group.
Sichuan CCO produces PMOLED displays and has an annual capacity of 12 million 1-inch displays. The company's PMOLED displays range from 0.7" monochrome to 2.5" full color.
Pioneer, based in Japan, was founded in 1938, and is producing home and car electronics systems. Pioneer was the first company to actually make OLED displays - back in 1998. Pioneer still makes PMOLED panels, but they have exited from the AMOLED display market in 2005.
In February 2010, Pioneer announced it has entered the OLED Lighting market, together with Mitsubishi Chemicals. Pioneer is producing the panels using Mitsubishi's technology. They are sold under the Verbatim brand.
RiTDisplay is a Taiwanese company, manufacturing PMOLED panels. RiT has been spun-off from Ritek, that still holds a majority stake. RiTDisplay is one of the world's largest PMOLED makers.
RiTDisplay went public in 2016, following a strong rise in PMOLED demand. The company is trading in the Taipei Stock Exchange (8104:TT)