Tokyo exchange. Sector: Technology. Industry: Electronic Components. Location Japan, Owariasahi.

Maruwa Co., Ltd. [5344.TJapan

17,440USD320 (-1.83%)

• At close Fri Oct 07 2022

1,598,029,192 USD
MARKET CAP
33.309
PE
1.100
BETA (5y)
562.305
EPS

profit

369%

for 5 years

profit

174%

for 3 years

profit

115%

for 2 years

profit

59%

for 1 year

profit

16%

for this year

About Maruwa Co., Ltd.

Maruwa Co., Ltd. produces and sells ceramics and electronic parts in Japan. The company offers ceramics, including ceramic substrates and fillers, metalized/multilayer ceramic substrates, and pressed ceramic products, as well as ceramic hermetic seals and SiC components; and electronic components/devices, such as antennas, EMC and RF components, inductors, and capacitors. It also provides quartz glass products; and LED lighting products comprising LED modules and components. The company offers its products for use in mobile and network, LED, automotive electronics, RF, power electronics, IT and consumer electronics, semiconductor equipment, medical, power electronics, 5G, and TIM and TPH applications, as well as insulation parts. The company was formerly known as Maruwa Ceramic Co., Ltd. and changed its name to Maruwa Co., Ltd. in 1999. Maruwa Co., Ltd. was incorporated in 1973 and is headquartered in Owariasahi, Japan.

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Maruwa Co., Ltd.
https://www.maruwa-g.com
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