Sanden Corp

Sanden Corp

  • Price (USD)3.60
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  • Shares traded0.00
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Sanden Corp is a Japan-based company mainly engaged in the manufacture and sale of automobile equipment and other products, and also develops related business activities such as logistics, research and other services. The Company’s products include automobile air conditioning systems and compressors, automobile heat exchangers, residential heating, hot water supply, environmental equipment and electronic device systems. The Company also sells hot spring water and supplies hot springs, solar power generation and power sales, solicits insurance based on the Automobile Damage Compensation Guarantee Law, and manufactures and sells parts for refrigerating and refrigerating machines and temperature, humidity control devices.

  • Revenue in JPY (TTM)167.40bn
  • Net income in JPY-5.10bn
  • Incorporated1943
  • Employees5.90k
  • Location
    Sanden Corp20, Kotobuki-choISESAKI-SHI 372-8502JapanJPN
  • Phone+81 270241211
  • Fax+81 270245338
  • Websitehttps://www.sanden.co.jp/
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