Tokyo exchange. Sector: Technology. Industry: Semiconductor Equipment & Materials. Location Japan, Yokohama.

Lasertec Corporation [6920.TJapan

17,075USD45 (+0.26%)

• At close Fri Oct 07 2022

16,072,918,349 USD
MARKET CAP
133.646
PE
1.791
BETA (5y)
199.333
EPS

profit

2,799%

for 5 years

profit

859%

for 3 years

profit

210%

for 2 years

profit

22%

for 1 year

profit

-32%

for this year

About Lasertec Corporation

Lasertec Corporation develops, manufactures, sells, and services semiconductor-related equipment, laser microscopes, and flat panel display-related equipment worldwide. The company provides systems used to inspect and measure defects on semiconductor photomasks and wafers; wafer related systems, such as SiC, GaN, multi-wavelength, and wafer edge inspection and review systems; wafer bump inspection and measurement systems; and TSV back grinding process measurement systems. It also offers flat panel display photomask inspection systems; laser microscopes, which are used for the observation and measurement of various materials and components comprising semiconductor materials, transparent films, coating materials, inorganic and organic materials, biological samples, metal parts, and plastic components; and lithium-Ion batteries. The company was formerly known as NJS Corporation and changed its name to Lasertec Corporation in 1986. Lasertec Corporation was founded in 1960 and is headquartered in Yokohama, Japan.

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Lasertec Corporation
https://www.lasertec.co.jp
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