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Kyoden

Kyoden
1983 FOUNDED
PUBLIC STATUS
1K-5K EMPLOYEES
6881 STOCK SYMBOL
2 INVESTMENTS
$2.92 SHARE PRICE (As of Wednesday Closing)
Description

Kyoden Co Ltd is a Japanese company engaged in the development, design, and manufacturing of printed circuit board, electronic devices, component procurement, mounting, and products assembly. It offers a complete range of production services, from prototype small-lot production runs to full-scale mass production, as well as all forms of component procurement and mounting. The company provides delivery of printed circuit board in Japan, Germany, China, Hong Kong, and Thailand.

Ownership Status
Publicly Held
Financing Status
Corporation
Primary Industry
Electronic Components
Other Industries
Computers, Parts and Peripherals
Stock Exchange
TKS
Primary Office
  • 482-1, Mikka-machi, Oaza
  • Minowa-cho, Kamiina-gun
  • Nagano, 399-4603
  • Japan
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Kyoden Stock Performance

52 wk Range Market Cap Prev. Close EPS Average Volume Shares
$2.55 - $4.28 $145M $3.03 $0.36 82.6K 49.7M

Kyoden Financials Summary

In Thousands,
USD
TTM
30-Sep-2019
FY 2019
31-Mar-2019
FY 2018
31-Mar-2018
FY 2017
31-Mar-2017
Enterprise Value 217,046 246,206 287,522 182,098
Revenue 496,909 508,302 510,225 497,104
EBITDA 45,700 56,217 47,098 36,649
Net Income 17,829 27,383 20,811 13,539
Total Assets 429,766 426,481 417,569 359,790
Total Debt 121,938 139,178 143,587 126,889
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Kyoden Investments & Acquisitions (2)

Company Name Deal Date Deal Type Deal Size Industry Lead Partner
0000 000000000 000 01-Jan-2010 000000000 Industrial Supplies and Parts
Fuji Machinery Mfg. & Electronics 01-Nov-2004 Merger/Acquisition Industrial Supplies and Parts
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