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

Shibaura Mechatronics Corporation [6590.TJapan

9,570USD220 (-2.30%)

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About Shibaura Mechatronics Corporation

Shibaura Mechatronics Corporation, together with its subsidiaries, produces and sells manufacturing equipment for flat panel displays (FPDs), semiconductors, electronic components, and optical thin films in Japan, Northeastern Asia, and internationally. It operates in four segments: Fine Mechatronics, Mechatronics Systems, Vending Machines & Systems, and Real Estate Leasing. The Fine Mechatronics segment offers FPD manufacturing equipment, such as wet cleaning, developing, etching, stripping, and cell assembly equipment, as well as PI inkjet coaters; semiconductor manufacturing equipment, including wafer inspection, etching, aching, and wet cleaning equipment; and railroad maintenance equipment and other items. The Mechatronics Systems segment provides FPD manufacturing equipment consisting of outer lead bonders; semiconductor manufacturing equipment, such as die, flip chip, and inner lead bonders; vacuum equipment comprising sputtering, vacuum bonding, and industrial vacuum evaporation equipment; and rechargeable battery manufacturing equipment, precision parts manufacturing equipment, other automation equipment, and other products. The Vending Machines & Systems segment offers vending machines, ticket vending machines, and others. The Real Estate Leasing segment provides real estate leasing and management services, and other businesses. The company was formerly known as Shibaura Engineering Works Co., Ltd. and changed its name to Shibaura Mechatronics Corporation in October 1998. Shibaura Mechatronics Corporation was founded in 1939 and is headquartered in Yokohama, Japan.


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