Envipro Holdings Inc.

About Envipro Holdings Inc.

Envipro Holdings Inc., through its subsidiaries, engages in the resource circulation, global trading, and lithium-ion batteries recycling businesses in Japan and internationally. The Resource Circulation Business segment collects and transports metal scrap and industrial waste that are discharged from factories and demolished properties, etc. to intermediate processing factories; and produces and sells ferrous scrap, nonferrous metals, plastic, and rubber products. The Global Trading Business segment collects, purchases, sells, imports, and trades in recycled resources, wood biomass fuel, and used cars, etc.; provides logistics services for importers and exporters; and sells metal scrap, etc. The Lithium-ion Batteries Recycling Business segment handles process waste and used batteries discharged from battery factories, etc., which it dries, shreds, and sorts to produce minor metal concentrated sand containing cobalt and nickel, which is then sold. The company was founded in 1950 and is headquartered in Fujinomiya, Japan.

エンビプロ ホールディングス グループは金属やプラスチックなどのリサイクル事業、リユース事業を中核に、グローバルな事業展開を行なっています。循環型社会、脱炭素社会、そして一人一人が活き活きと活躍できる社会の実現に向けて、さまざまな活動を続けています。

https://www.envipro.jp

5698.T Japan

777USD11 (-1.42%)

• At close Fri Oct 07 2022

Tokyo exchange

Sector: Industrials

Industry: Waste Management

Location Japan, Fujinomiya

Grade: AEF

84,261,506 USD
MARKET CAP
20.152
PE
1.546
BETA (5y)
35.233
EPS

Profits

for 5 years
427%
for 3 years
211%
for 2 years
104%
for last year
137%
for this year
-2%
Envipro Holdings Inc.
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