• Price (EUR)2.30
  • Today's Change-0.06 / -2.54%
  • Shares traded0.00
  • 1 Year change-18.28%
  • Beta1.7739
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About the company

Fujikura Ltd. is a Japan-based company mainly engaged in the manufacture and sale of products for energy, information and communication, electronics and automotive, as well as the provision of related services. The Company operates in four business segments. The Energy and Information and Communication Company segment is engaged in the provision of power cables, communication cables, aluminum wires, coated wires, optical fibers, optical cables, communication parts, optical components, optical equipment and network equipment, as well as the construction work. The Electronics Company segment is engaged in the provision of printed circuit boards, electronic wires, hard disk parts and various connectors. The Automotive Electronics Company segment is engaged in the provision of automotive wire harness and electrical equipment. The Real Estate Company segment is engaged in the real estate leasing business. The Company is also engaged in the new businesses.

  • Revenue in JPY (TTM)639.85bn
  • Net income in JPY-41.16bn
  • Incorporated1910
  • Employees57.23k
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