Tokyo exchange. Sector: Industrials. Industry: Metal Fabrication. Location Japan, Tokyo.

Ihara Science Corporation [5999.TJapan

2,250USD1 (-0.04%)

• At close Fri Oct 07 2022

164,141,466 USD
MARKET CAP
12.121
PE
0.708
BETA (5y)
191.485
EPS

profit

93%

for 5 years

profit

50%

for 3 years

profit

44%

for 2 years

profit

27%

for 1 year

profit

0%

for this year

About Ihara Science Corporation

Ihara Science Corporation manufactures and sells fittings, valves, hoses, and pipes primarily in Japan, Taiwan, China, South Korea, North America, Southeast Asia, Europe, and Australia. It offers fittings, including double ferule type tube fittings, resin tube fittings, vinyl hose and weldless fittings, automatic weld fittings, metal gasket seal type fittings, metal gasket seal fittings, and swivel joints, as well as quick joint fittings, biting fittings, high-pressure screw-in/insert welded joint, hose joint, branch header piping, and inline filter. The company also provides bellow and metal diaphragm, ball, stop, stainless check, and piston valves; metal flexible tubes, precision carbon steel galvanized steel pipe, and stainless steel tubes; and tube cutters and pre-setting devices. The company was formerly known as Ihara High Pressure Fittings Co.,Ltd. and changed its name to Ihara Science Corporation in October 1997. Ihara Science Corporation was founded in 1941 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.

イハラサイエンスはくい込み継手を中心とした、油圧用の高圧継手の専門メーカーとして歩んできました。今では、全産業設備を対象とした「すべての流体」を科学し、最適な配管を追求し続けています。

Ihara Science Corporation
https://www.ihara-sc.co.jp
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