Janel Corporation

About Janel Corporation

Janel Corporation, through its subsidiaries, provides logistics services worldwide. It operates in three segments: Logistics, Manufacturing, and Life Sciences. The Logistics segment provides cargo transportation logistics management services, including freight forwarding by air, ocean, and land-based carriers; customs brokerage services; warehousing and distribution services; and other value added logistic services, as well as customs entry filing, cargo insurance procurement, logistics planning, product repackaging, and online shipment tracking services. The Manufacturing segment manufactures and distributes mixing equipment and apparatus for various industries, such as chemicals, inks, paints, construction, plastics, adhesives, cosmetics, food, and pharmaceuticals. The Life Sciences segment manufactures and distributes monoclonal and polyclonal antibodies, diagnostic reagents, and other immuno-reagents for biomedical research; provides antibody manufacturing for academic and industry research scientists; and produces products for other life science companies on an original equipment manufacturer basis. The company was formerly known as Janel World Trade Ltd. and changed its name to Janel Corporation in April 2015. Janel Corporation was founded in 1974 and is headquartered in New York, New York.

Homepage

https://www.janelcorp.com

JANL United States

53.06USD0.94 (-1.77%)

• At close Fri Sep 23 2022

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Sector: Industrials

Industry: Integrated Freight & Logistics

Location United States, New York

Grade: AEF

38,556,376 USD
MARKET CAP
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PE
-0.114
BETA (5y)
-2.307
EPS

Profits

for 5 years
441%
for 3 years
524%
for 2 years
784%
for last year
102%
for this year
0%
Janel Corporation
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