Taiwan exchange. Sector: Basic Materials. Industry: Agricultural Inputs. Location Taiwan, Taichung.

Sinon Corporation [1712.TWTaiwan

36.4USD1.25 (-3.43%)

• At close Fri Oct 07 2022

495,920,564 USD
MARKET CAP
22.294
PE
0.158
BETA (5y)
1.700
EPS

profit

136%

for 5 years

profit

116%

for 3 years

profit

91%

for 2 years

profit

78%

for 1 year

profit

30%

for this year

About Sinon Corporation

Sinon Corporation manufactures and sells various chemicals and fertilizers. The company offers crop protection products, such as agrochemicals, fertilizers, farming materials, seeds, and seedlings, etc. It also provides product design, mold design and manufacturing, blow molding, injection molding, PET injection molding, PET extrusion blow molding, one-step injection blow molding, printing, gilding, labeling, shrink sleeving, etc. In addition, the company engages in the orchid business; houseware, catering services, and retail of agricultural products; import and export of medical and chemical products; designs and sale of software; software designing and information security maintenance; and retail sale of tobacco and alcoholic drinks, as well as supermarket. Further, it manufactures and sells cement, and offers pharmaceuticals. The company was formerly known as Shinung Chemical Industry Co., Ltd. and changed its name to Sinon Corporation in 1979. Sinon Corporation was founded in 1955 and is based in Taichung, Taiwan.

興農以穩重踏實的腳步陪伴農友、回饋社會,營業項目由單一農藥產銷,發展肥料、特用化學品、生物科技、塑膠製品、混凝土製品、食品、超市、家庭用品、精緻農業等,成功開創不同領域的事業版圖。興農運用企業資源提升農業價值,並活躍於國際,回饋土地與社會,實現永續經營的精神。

Sinon Corporation
https://www.sinon.com.tw
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