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fuji heavy industries ltd (FUH) Snapshot

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€31.86
Previous Close
€32.10
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€33.08
Day Low
€31.42
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Market Cap
25.1B
Average Volume 10 Days
125.5
EPS TTM
€221.71
Shares Outstanding
782.9M
EX-Date
03/27/15
P/E TM
19.2x
Dividend
€60.64
Dividend Yield
1.43%
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Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. manufactures and sells automobile, aerospace, and industrial products Japan and internationally. The company manufactures, repairs, and sells passenger cars and their components under the Subaru brand name; airplanes aerospace-related machinery and their components; and generators, engine-equipped machinery, agricultural machinery, construction machinery, and other machine tools, as well as their components. It is also involved in the real estate leasing, shopping mall management, and travel agency operations; and lease of various facility equipment, rolling stocks, and garbage trucks, as well as sale of insurance. Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. was founded in 1917 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.

28,545 Employees
Last Reported Date: 06/25/14
Founded in 1917

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Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. Begins Construction of its Third Assembly Facility for Aircraft Parts on the Premises of its Handa Plant Located in Handa City

Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. (FHI) has begun construction of its third assembly facility for aircraft parts on the premises of its Handa Plant located in Handa City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan. At the new facility, FHI plans to assemble center wing boxes for Boeing's next-generation passenger jet, the Boeing 777X. The center wing box is a vital section of an airplane connecting the fuselage and the wings. The new facility is scheduled to be completed in 2016. The Handa Plant currently performs assembly operations for center wing boxes for Boeing's 777 and 787 passenger jets as well as center wing boxes for maritime patrol aircraft (P-1) and next-generation cargo transport aircraft (C-2) for Japan's Ministry of Defense. In undertaking the new project to deliver center wing boxes for the Boeing 777X, FHI decided to construct a new facility on the premises of the existing Handa Plant with an eye to integrate center wing box assembly operations and to ensure efficient shipping of products. The capital investment related to the Boeing 777X, including the new facility, is expected to be approximately JPY 10 billion. With the addition of this new facility, FHI's Handa Plant will become a manufacturing complex for center wing boxes that has no parallel in the world. On December 17, 2014, the new facility was selected by Aichi Prefecture to receive a subsidy under the subsidy program to promote investments in the cutting-edge sectors of the 21st century. The subsidy will be disbursed as part of the second round of subsidies for fiscal year 2015.

Fuji Heavy Industries Provides Production and Sales Guidance for the Year 2014

Fuji Heavy Industries provided production guidance for the year 2015. For the year, the company plan to produce 920,000 vehicles globally (excluding production in Malaysia) during 2015. The company has also revised its retail sales volume target for 2015 upwards to 940,000 units globally, with the overseas sales target set at 784,000 vehicles and the domestic sales target at 156,000 vehicles.

Fuji Plans to Shift Crosstrek Production to U.S

Fuji Heavy Industries has scrapped a plan to shift production of the new XV Crosstrek to its US plant and will instead make the SUV in Japan. The company, which has a policy of making cars in markets where they are sold, decided to make the new vehicle in Japan because of capacity constraints in Indiana and the relatively high sales price of the crossover SUV, which makes domestic production more viable. Pricing for the Crosstrek starts at just under $25,000 for the limited edition and just under $30,000 for the hybrid version. The company had originally planned to make about 65,000 XV Crosstrek vehicles a year in Lafayette, Indiana, but will instead assemble them at its plant in Gunma prefecture, northwest of Tokyo.

 

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