Ishihara Chemical Co., Ltd.

About Ishihara Chemical Co., Ltd.

Ishihara Chemical Co., Ltd. engages in the manufacture and sale of chemical products in Japan and internationally. The company provides plating chemicals that are used in the production of electronic components for use in household appliances, communications devices, office equipment, and other products; and analytical equipment for surface treatment solutions utilized in production processes for printed circuit boards and display panels used in flat-panel televisions, mobile phones, game consoles, and other media devices, as well as provides reagents for use with these devices, and after-sales services. It also offers electronic materials, such as submicron nickel powders that are used in the manufacture of capacitor electrodes; ceramic products, including machinable and engineering ceramics; and ceramic parts, which are used in various components and fixtures, such as semiconductor and LCD manufacturing equipment. In addition, the company develops, manufactures, and sells automotive chemicals under the Unicon brand, including car wash detergents for use at gas stations; maintenance chemicals for use at automotive inspection and repair shops; FMC compounds and repair chemicals for use at automotive sheet metal painting plants; and anti-spatter agents for welding, as well as consumer products for resale at automotive and other shops. Further, it distributes inorganic compounds and fine chemicals, including acids, alkalis, catalysts, etc. to steel, chemical, and heavy industries, as well as to government agencies. Ishihara Chemical Co., Ltd. was founded in 1900 and is headquartered in Kobe, Japan.


4462.T Japan

1,301USD60 (+4.61%)

• At close Fri Oct 07 2022

Tokyo exchange

Sector: Basic Materials

Industry: Specialty Chemicals

Location Japan, Kobe

Grade: ADF

165,128,029 USD
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