Hi-Lex (Japan) Overview

  • Founded
  • 1946
  • Status
  • Public
  • Employees
  • 12,776
  • Stock Symbol
  • 7279
Stock Symbol
  • Investments
  • 2

Hi-Lex (Japan) General Information


Hi-Lex Corp is a Japanese company specialized in three segments: automobiles and industrial equipment, medical equipment, and a metal mold business. The automobiles equipment segment offers control cables, window regulators, sliding window systems, door modules, and others. The industrial equipment includes control boxes, steering systems, control cables for marine vessels, accelerator and assist cables for construction and industrial equipment, toilet seat elevators, and air conditioning grill raising and lowering systems for welfare and home.

Contact Information

Ownership Status
Publicly Held
Financing Status
Primary Industry
Industrial Supplies and Parts
Stock Exchange
Primary Office
  • 1-12-28 Sakaemachi
  • Takarazuka, 665-0845
  • Japan
+81 0000-00-0000
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Hi-Lex (Japan) Signals

Growth Rate

0.80% Weekly
Weekly Growth 0.80%, 93rd %ile
-35.5%. 530%

Size Multiple

219x Median
Size Multiple 219x, 100th %ile
0.00x 0.95x. 413Kx

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Hi-Lex (Japan) Investments & Acquisitions (2)

Company Name Deal Date Deal Type Deal Size Industry Lead Partner
00000000 01-Dec-2019 00000 00000 00 000.00 Other Devices and Supplies
Lames 14-Oct-2016 Merger/Acquisition 000.00 Electrical Equipment 00000 0000000
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Hi-Lex (Japan) Subsidiaries (1)

Company Name Industry Location Founded
00000 Electrical Equipment Chiavari, Italy 0000
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