Lien Hwa Industrial Holdings Corporation

About Lien Hwa Industrial Holdings Corporation

Lien Hwa Industrial Holdings Corporation produces and sells flour and flour-related products in China, Taiwan, and internationally. It operates through 5 segments: Rental Business, Noodle Business, Noodle Business Overseas, Administrative Resource Center, and System Integration Service business. The company engages in the real property rental and provision of development services; manufacturing and sale of various noodles and processed foods; and investments management and other electronic businesses. It also offers system integration services, automatic systems, and applied software design solutions, as well as sells industrial computers. In addition, the company is involved in the wholesaling and trading, and business management and business information consulting activities; restaurant business; rental, sale, and maintenance of telephone switching systems and data communication products; contracting of communication system projects; and research and development of radio frequency identification technology. Further, it provides consulting for and development of libraries and information systems; and software research and development, and software design services. The company serves distributors, chained stores, and food companies. Lien Hwa Industrial Holdings Corporation was founded in 1951 and is headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan.

聯華實業投資控股(股票代號:1229)前身為「聯華實業股份有限公司」,為聯華神通集團之創始公司,1976年在台灣證券交易所股票上市, 2019年轉型更名為「聯華實業投資控股股份有限公司」Lien Hwa Industrial Holdings Corp.

1229.TW Taiwan

49.85USD0.75 (-1.50%)

• At close Fri Oct 07 2022

Taiwan exchange

Sector: Consumer Defensive

Industry: Packaged Foods

Location Taiwan, Taipei

Grade: ACA

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