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Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd. is mainly engaged in the printing business and soft drink business. The Company operates in four business segments. The Information Communication segment involves in the manufacture and sale of publishing and commercial printed matters and business forms, photographic materials, and conducts education and publishing distribution businesses. The Life and Industry segment involves in the manufacture and sale of packaging materials, construction materials, as well as industrial materials. The Electronics segment manufactures and sells electronic precision parts and others. The Soft Drink segment involves in the manufacture and sale of soda drink, mineral water, among others.

  • Revenue in JPY (TTM)1.35tn
  • Net income in JPY98.04bn
  • Incorporated1894
  • Employees36.54k
  • Location
    Dai Nippon Printing Co Ltd1-1-1, Ichigayakaga-choSHINJUKU-KU 162-8001JapanJPN
  • Phone+81 332662111
  • Fax+81 352258239
  • Websitehttp://www.dnp.co.jp
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