Kokusai Pulp&Paper Co.,Ltd.

About Kokusai Pulp&Paper Co.,Ltd.

Kokusai Pulp&Paper Co.,Ltd., a paper-trading company, engages in buying, selling, importing, and exporting papers, paperboards, paper processed products, pulp, recovered papers, chemical products, machines related to paper, packaging and wrapping materials, and other related products. It provides papers for newspapers, printing, and communications; packing materials for protecting products and wrapping paper; pulp and recovered paper; and functional paper and other related products. The company also engages in the possession and lease of real estate and warehousing. In addition, it offers Office ecomo, a recycling system for confidential documents generated in corporate offices; Town ecomo, a recycling system in which the paper waste generated by households is collected and recycled; web solutions for business solutions that utilize the Internet; and planning and proposing package design to filling and distributing coffee beans to customers. Kokusai Pulp&Paper Co.,Ltd. was incorporated in 1924 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.

紙、板紙、紙加工品、パルプ、古紙、包装資材などの流通、販売を手掛ける、紙総合商社 国際紙パルプ商事株式会社のオフィシャルサイトです。

https://www.kppc.co.jp

9274.T Japan

786USD57 (+7.25%)

• At close Fri Oct 07 2022

Tokyo exchange

Sector: Basic Materials

Industry: Paper & Paper Products

Location Japan, Tokyo

Grade: BDF

478,134,043 USD
MARKET CAP
.
PE
0.325
BETA (5y)
-148.478
EPS

Profits

for 5 years
107%
for 3 years
180%
for 2 years
223%
for last year
152%
for this year
0%
Kokusai Pulp&Paper Co.,Ltd.
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