Mipox Corporation

About Mipox Corporation

Mipox Corporation provides polishing products in Japan and internationally. It offers polishing films, abrasive papers and cloths, functional films, polishing slurries, fiber discs, abrasive non-woven fabrics, flap wheels, fine diamonds, fine super pellets, detergents/lubricants, polishing machines, inspection equipment, cleaning products, VARIO products, 3D printed objects, and retroreflective materials. The company also provides quality measurement, contracted polishing, research and development, and consulting services. Its products are used in hard-disk, optical fiber and connector, flat-panel display, semiconductor, compound semiconductor, automobile and other products, sample and shaft polishing, hoop material and wire rod, 3D printed structure, other surface processing and polishing, automobile and its repair, sheet and metal, aircraft, shipbuilding, printed circuit board, architecture, wood and finishing hardware, and stone and glasses. The company was formerly known as Nihon Micro Coating Co., Ltd and changed its name to Mipox Corporation in August 2013. Mipox Corporation was founded in 1925 and is headquartered in Shinjuku-ku, Japan.



5381.T Japan

515USD31 (-6.02%)

• At close Wed Oct 12 2022

Tokyo exchange

Sector: Basic Materials

Industry: Specialty Chemicals

Location Japan, Shinjuku

Grade: AEA

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