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Last ¥4,026 JPY
Change Today -80.00 / -1.95%
Volume 3.9M
7270 On Other Exchanges
As of 2:00 AM 03/26/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).
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Company Description

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Subaru Building

7-2, Nishi-Shinjuku 1-chome


Tokyo, 160-8316


Phone: 81 3 3347 2111

Fax: 81 3 3347 2338

Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. engages in the production and sale of automobile products. Segments Operations in the company’s network of 102 subsidiaries and 9 affiliated companies were conducted under four main business divisions: the Automobiles division, the Aerospace division, the Industrial Products division, and the Other division. Automobiles division: Automobiles division’s main products include Legacy, Impreza, Forester, Tribeca, Stella, R1, R2, Pleo, and Samber. Industrial Products division: Industrial Products division’s main products include robin engines, power generators, and pumps. Aerospace division: Aerospace division’s main products are aircraft and parts of space-related devices. Other division: Other division’s main products are garbage collection vehicles, specialized vehicles, and real estate lease. Strategic Alliances Alliance with the Toyota Group: The company, in April 2008, reached an agreement with Toyota Motor Corporation (Toyota) and Daihatsu to build a new cooperative framework for vehicle development and production. The agreement has three main components: joint development with Toyota of the compact FR (front engine, rear-wheel drive) sporty car, to be marketed by both companies; supply of compact cars to FHI by Toyota on an OEM basis; and supply of minicars to FHI by Daihatsu on an OEM basis. Joint Development and Marketing with Toyota: The company and Toyota would jointly develop the compact FR sporty car. The compact FR sporty car would be based on a new platform equipped with a boxer engine, a core Subaru technology. In November 2009, Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. and Sumitomo Corp. announced the joint development of a cleaning robot for office buildings. The robot is equipped with sensors so it can move about the building and vacuum dirt and dust while avoiding obstacles. The robot is designed as a small machine measuring just 50 x 45 x 80cm so it can maneuver along even narrow paths. In addition to sales, the companies are also considering leasing the robot. History Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. was founded in 1917.


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