Tokyo exchange. Sector: Consumer Cyclical. Industry: Internet Retail. Location Japan, Tokyo.

Aucnet Inc. [3964.TJapan

2,269USD3 (+0.13%)

• At close Tue Oct 04 2022

403,206,219 USD
MARKET CAP
29.584
PE
0.087
BETA (5y)
68.010
EPS

profit

84%

for 5 years

profit

160%

for 3 years

profit

89%

for 2 years

profit

73%

for 1 year

profit

51%

for this year

About Aucnet Inc.

Aucnet Inc. provides information distribution services for auctions. It operates through Automobile Business, Digital Product Business, and Consumer Product Business segments. The Automobile Business segment is involved in the vehicle auctions, shared inventory market, and live-linked auction; and provision of proxy bidding service, used vehicle inspection service, and other services. The Digital Product Business segment auctions used digital equipment, including used smartphones and PCs, as well as offers services pertaining to distribution. The Consumer Product Business segment auctions pre-owned luxury brand items; and provides services pertaining to distribution. Aucnet Inc. also auctions used motorcycles, flowers, and medical related business. In addition, the company engages in the provision of BPO support services, such as clearance, conversion, and resale of excess inventories; and financial businesses. The company was formerly known as FTS Inc. and changed its name to Aucnet Inc. in September 1984. Aucnet Inc. was founded in 1982 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.

中古車、バイク、フラワー、デジタル機器、ブランド品、医療機器等の関連事業者様向けオークション流通支援サービスならオークネット。

Aucnet Inc.
https://www.aucnet.co.jp
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