Diamond Services Ltd. was established in Hong Kong in 2012 by Joseph Kuzi, with the goal of developing technological systems that would assist in the screening and identification of synthetic diamonds, as well as diamonds that had been colour-treated using High Pressure, High Temperature (HPHT) technology.

One year after its founding, in 2013, the company released its first product. Called the DiamaPen®, it was a hand-held laser device that is able to detect fancy colour synthetic diamonds. In 2014 Diamond Services introduced DiamaTest®, an innovative system that screens both loose and colourless diamonds for synthetics. That same year, the new system was awarded the JNA Award by UBM Asia in Hong Kong, for outstanding contribution and achievement in the jewellery and gemstone industry. In 2015, Diamond Services released the mini Raman Spectrometer, following a successful trial in Surat, India. Able to accurately detect HPHT and CVD lab-grown synthetic diamonds and HPHT colourtreated diamonds, as well as diamond simulants, it was designed to provide individual diamond and jewellery companies with a technological capability that, thus far, had typically been the exclusive domain of well-equipped gem labs. In addition to supplying its own technology, Diamond Services began offering synthetic screening services in 2015, through its headquarters in Hong Kong (19F Shing Lee Comm. Bldg., 8 Wing Kut St., Central, Hong Kong); and in the United States (1414 W. 15 St., New York City).

In 2017, with evidence mounting about a surge in the volume of uncut synthetic diamonds entering the marketplace, Diamond Services announced that it would expanding its synthetic screening service to include rough diamonds. This would be delivered though its facilities in Hong Kong and New York. Diamond Services' founder, Mr. Kuzi, joined the diamond industry in 1994 as Managing Director of UBEX, a diamond-trading and manufacturing company. He had previously served as an officer in the Israeli Air Force for 13 years, during which he completed a degree in computer engineering at Tel Aviv University, and the worked as Marketing Director at El-Op, a top 10 Israeli high-tech military systems manufacturer that is now part of the Elbit Group of Companies.

Specialising in the supply of newly available goods from Russia, in the years following the collapse of the Soviet Union, UBEX made an auspicious debut. From total sales of $5 million in 1994, the firm saw its annual revenues grow to $180 million within four years, netting the company and Mr. Kuzi the prestigious "Outstanding Diamond Exporter Award," from the Israeli Ministry of Industry and Trade in 1998.

In 2003 Mr. Kuzi took a hiatus from the diamond and jewellery sector, completing Harvard Business School's Advanced Management Program. He then worked five years as an independent business and management consultant, based in London. He returned to the diamond business in 2008, becoming the licensee for European Gemological Laboratories in the Far East, establishing its first-ever facility in that region, when he set up the EGL gem lab in Hong Kong.

In 2012, with the growing incidence of gemquality synthetic diamonds in the marketplace, Mr. Kuzi established Diamond Systems.

Mr. Kuzi Is today considered as one of the diamond industry's leading experts on the subject of lab-grown diamonds, and he is a frequent presenter on the subject at events around the world, dedicated of raising the level of knowledge in the jewellery and gemstone sectors about synthetics and their detection. Mr. Kuzi also played a key role in the establishment of the Panama Diamond Exchange, the first diamond bourse in Latin America recognized by the World Federation of Diamond Bourses, serving a twoyear stint as its Executive Vice President, starting in 2015.