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Johnson Electric Says Conversion Price Of Bonds To Be Adjusted To HK$35.85 Per Share From 21 Nov
Johnson Electric Holdings Announces Interim Dividend 17 HK Cents Per Share
Johnson Electric To Dispose Entire Issued Share Capital In Unit For HK$948 Mln
Johnson Electric Holdings Limited is an investment holding company principally engaged in the manufacturing and sale of motors. It is involved in the manufacturing and sale of automotive products. The automotive products include cooling fans for engine thermal management; battery cooling fans for hybrid/electric vehicles; electric power steering motors; electric parking brake motors; headlamp actuators; grill shutter actuators; window lift drives; sun-roof drives; electric door lock motors and actuators; seat adjust actuators; transmission and driveline actuators; variable displacement oil pumps, among others. In addition, the Company also is involved in the industry products. It provides electro-mechanical components to heating and ventilation, electric and gas metering and power tools.
Auto & Truck Parts
6/F, 12 Science Park East Avenue
Hong Kong Science Park, Shatin, NT
Executive Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive
Yik-Chun Wang Koo
Honorary Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Executive Vice Chairman of the Board
Jeffrey L. Obermayer
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President
Christopher John Hasson
Executive Vice President
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China’s auto pessimism could be over-revved. A grim start to the year saw sales slump by more than 10 percent compared with the first half of 2018. Chaos reigned amidst new rules, while Beijing remained reluctant to offer stimulus. But policy pressure is uneven, and the...
Luxury carmaker Daimler <DAIGn.DE> cut its profit forecast for the fourth time in 13 months on Friday, as it set aside more money to cover a regulatory crackdown on diesel emissions and vehicle recalls related to Takata airbags.
Auto suppliers Johnson Electric Holdings <0179.HK> and Sensirion <SENSI.S> slashed their earnings forecasts on Thursday, blaming a slowdown in car sales and pessimism about the prospects of a Chinese car sector recovery.
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