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Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha [NPNYY]Japan

Other OTC exchange. Sector: Industrials. Industry: Marine Shipping. Location Japan, Tokyo.
At close Fri Sep 23 2022
13.145 USD 👍0.085 (+0.65%)

At close Fri Sep 23 2022

Marketcap
10,511,535,104 USD

Marketcap

PE:17.710
BETA (5y):1.550
EPS:0.703
Profits

for 5 years

251%

for 3 years

347%

for 2 years

350%

for 1 year

229%

for this year

-7%
Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha provides marine, land, and air transportation services worldwide. The company offers various logistics services, including liner trading services, such as container shipping, and terminal and stevedoring services for containerships, car carriers, and cruise ships; and air cargo transportation services. It also provides bulk shipping services comprising transport services for finished automobiles, heavy construction machines, and used cars; transportation services for bulk freight, which include iron ore, coal, and wood chips; and transportation services for crude oil, petroleum products, chemicals, LNG, LPG, and ammonia for oil, petrochemical, and energy companies. In addition, the company is involved in the upstream areas of the supply chain for oil and natural gas. Further, it operates Asuka II, a luxury cruise ship; and manages commercial and residential buildings. Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha was incorporated in 1885 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.

日本郵船株式会社のオフィシャルサイトです。日本郵船は、国際的な海上運送業を中心とした総合物流事業のほか客船事業などを運営しています。

Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha
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