Tokyo exchange. Sector: Industrials. Industry: Specialty Industrial Machinery. Location Japan, Koga.

Seibu Electric & Machinery Co., Ltd. [6144.TJapan

1,420USD6 (-0.42%)

• At close Wed Oct 05 2022

156,602,517 USD
MARKET CAP
15.704
PE
0.410
BETA (5y)
93.291
EPS

profit

103%

for 5 years

profit

50%

for 3 years

profit

33%

for 2 years

profit

13%

for 1 year

profit

0%

for this year

About Seibu Electric & Machinery Co., Ltd.

Seibu Electric & Machinery Co., Ltd. manufactures and sells mechatronics. The company's products include distribution equipment, such as automated warehousing systems, conveyor and handling systems, factory automation systems, automated case picking systems, and piece picking systems; valve and gate actuators; ultra-precision and high-precision wire electric discharge machines; and high-precision compact NC lathes and grinding machines. Its products are used in various fields comprising automobiles, electrical equipment, precision machines, dies, petrochemistry, foodstuffs, civil engineering and construction, shipbuilding, and other fields. The company was formerly known as Seibu Electric MFG. Co., Ltd. and changed its name to Seibu Electric & Machinery Co., Ltd. in 1986. Seibu Electric & Machinery Co., Ltd. was founded in 1927 and is headquartered in Koga, Japan.

搬送機械・産業機械・工作機械・放電機械の総合メーカー『西部電機株式会社』

Seibu Electric & Machinery Co., Ltd.
https://www.seibudenki.co.jp
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