Sumitomo Osaka Cement Co., LtdCompany Review & Valuation

5232
Tokyo Stock Exchange
Latest Price
3,230.00JPY
Market Capitalization
124.66bJPY

About Sumitomo Osaka Cement Co., Ltd

Sumitomo Osaka Cement Co., Ltd. engages in the cement production business in Japan and internationally. The company's Cement segment offers assorted cement, ready-mix concrete, and cement-related solidification materials; supplies electrical power; and recycles raw materials and fuels. Its Mineral RShow moreesources segment supplies limestone to steel, chemical, and cement industries, as well as electric power companies; aggregates for cement and civil engineering; limestone and silica powder for flue-gas desulfurization or construction materials; and dolomite, slag, etc. for steel, construction materials, fertilizers, paper, and ready mixed concrete. This segment also exports its products to Asian countries. The company's Cement-Related Products segment manufactures and sells repairing and reinforcing products for concrete structures, and secondary products of concrete. This segment also engages in the development of materials for coping with heavy metal pollution; cathodic protection for concrete structures; and artificial marine reefs. Its Optoelectronics segment manufactures and sells optical communications devices and components, and optical measurement equipment. The company's Advanced Materials segment offers ceramic components for semiconductor manufacturing equipment; functional films; plasma display panel filters; and nanoparticle materials. Its Others segment leases real estate; manufactures and sells secondary battery cathode materials; develops software; and provides engineering services. Sumitomo Osaka Cement Co., Ltd. was founded in 1907 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.Show less

Industry
Other
HQ Location
Tokyo, Japan

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