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teijin ltd (3401) Snapshot

Open
¥261.00
Previous Close
¥258.00
Day High
¥270.00
Day Low
¥260.00
52 Week High
09/29/14 - ¥271.00
52 Week Low
11/8/13 - ¥208.00
Market Cap
264.9B
Average Volume 10 Days
5.1M
EPS TTM
¥9.95
Shares Outstanding
984.8M
EX-Date
03/27/15
P/E TM
27.0x
Dividend
¥4.00
Dividend Yield
1.49%
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teijin ltd (3401) Details

Teijin Limited offers solutions in the areas of transportation, information and electronics, safety and protection, environment and energy, and healthcare industries worldwide. Its products include Tenax carbon fibers for aircraft, general industrial, and sporting applications; carbon fiber composite materials for automobiles; and para-aramid fibers for brake pads, gaskets, rubber reinforcements, tires, protective clothing, plastic reinforcements, civil engineering materials, and optical fiber reinforcements. The company also offers meta-aramid fibers for fireproof clothing, heat-resistant filters, rubber reinforcements, and plastic reinforcements; artificial leather for sporting goods, such as shoes and balls; polyester fibers for automobile, train and aircraft seats, tire cords, rubber reinforcements, seat belts, mats, cushions, and filters; and PEN fibers for tire cords, transmission belts, high-pressure hoses, and speaker cones. In addition, it provides polycarbonate resin for electrical and electronic components, sheets, and films; PEN resin for cosmetics containers, school lunch dishware, and pharmaceuticals containers; and PET and PEN films, as well as processed film materials, such as reflector films for display. Further, the company offers pharmaceuticals and home healthcare products for the treatment of respiratory diseases, bone and joint diseases, and cardiovascular and metabolic diseases, as well as products for the treatment of severe infectious diseases and psoriasis. Additionally, Teijin Limited produces and sells films and resins for various industrial applications; and trading and retail of polyester filaments, other fibers, and polymer products. The company was founded in 1918 and is headquartered in Osaka, Japan.

15,756 Employees
Last Reported Date: 06/20/14
Founded in 1918

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teijin ltd (3401) Key Developments

Teijin Develops Printable Electronics Material for PV Cells Offering High Conversion Efficiency

Teijin Ltd. announced that it has developed the printable electronics material, named NanoGram Si paste, and related processing technologies, for the local back surface field (L-BSF) photovoltaic (PV) cell capable of high conversion efficiency. NanoGram Si paste was developed by NanoGram Corporation Opening a new window, a Teijin company specializing in designing novel nanomaterial technologies. The material and its processing technologies were presented by Teijin at The 75th Japan Society of Applied Physics (JSAP) Autumn Meeting Opening a new window in Sapporo and then jointly with Fraunhofer ISE Opening a new window at EU PVSEC in Amsterdam, both in September. An L-BSF PV cell has an insultion or passivation layer on its back. An impurity-diffused layer is attached to the back of the electrode and partially underneath the electrode to diffuse impurities such as boron, phosphorus and aluminum by furnacing or lasering. The structure enables the highly efficient collection of solar energy in the substrate silicon wafer. Teijin invented NanoGram Si paste after discovering that its particles are highly suited to L-BSF PV cells. The paste contains approximately 20nm-diameter silicon nanoparticles that include impurities such as boron or phosphorus. A high-performance impurity-diffused layer can be formed when NanoGram Si paste is printed and heated on a silicon wafer. Teijin also developed its own technologies for screen printing and lasering process of the paste on a silicon wafer, resulting in a further 0.5% increase in the L-BSF PV cell’s conversion efficiency. This effect has been verified using a six-inch PV cell developed together with Fraunhofer ISE.

Teijin Ltd., Q1 2015 Earnings Call, Aug 04, 2014

Teijin Ltd., Q1 2015 Earnings Call, Aug 04, 2014

Teijin Ltd. Provides Second Quarter and Year End Dividend Guidance for the Fiscal 2015

Teijin Ltd. announced that it expects dividend of JPY 2.00 per share for the second quarter of fiscal 2015. The company expects year dividend of JPY 2.00 per share for the fiscal 2015.

 

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