Tokyo exchange. Sector: Consumer Cyclical. Industry: Auto Parts. Location Japan, Shizuoka.

Daytona Corporation [7228.TJapan

3,605USD110 (+3.05%)

• At close Fri Oct 07 2022

55,407,937 USD
MARKET CAP
10.870
PE
0.440
BETA (5y)
331.660
EPS

profit

323%

for 5 years

profit

255%

for 3 years

profit

182%

for 2 years

profit

82%

for 1 year

profit

40%

for this year

About Daytona Corporation

Daytona Corporation engages in the market research, planning, development, testing, procurement, logistics management, and export of motorcycle parts and accessories. The company offers hand controls, such as switches, switch housings, clutch levers, master cylinders, heated grips, hydraulic clutches, and control kits; gauges; brake parts comprising calipers, brackets, and rear master cylinders; and engine parts, including tappet lifters, connecting rods, switches, lifter blocks, rocker cover kits, rocker arms, oil pumps, cam chain tensioners, and cylinders. It also provides electrical parts, such as switches, charging systems, ignition coils, regulators, and other products; chassis parts, which include steering dampers, wheel rims, and fork bushes; decoration panels and reverse gear kits; and master cylinder and caliper rebuild kits. In addition, the company offers engines, and upgrade and setting parts; and multi-fit products, such as heated grips, gauges, mirrors, direction indicators, headlights, and premium zone series. Further, it provides chassis, handles, lights, seats, exhausts, and replacement parts and accessories; and smartphone, power supply, and multiuse mountbar accessories. The company sells its products through authorized overseas distributors in Asia, North America, Europe, Oceania, and Central and South America. Daytona Corporation was founded in 1972 and is based in Shizuoka, Japan.

DAYTONA motorcycle parts meet the wind excitement on every horizon.

Daytona Corporation
https://daytona-global.com
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