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Jtekt Corp - Announces Results Of Tender Offier For Daibea Co
R&I affirms Jtekt's rating at "A" and says stable outlook-R&I
Jtekt offers takeover bid for shares of Daibea
JTEKT Corporation is a Japan-based company mainly engaged in the manufacture and sale of equipment parts and machine tools. The Company operates in two business segments. The Equipment Parts segment is engaged in the provision of steering products such as electric power steering systems and hydraulic power steering systems, driving products such as drive shafts, electronically controlled four-wheel drive (4WD) couplings and pressure reducing valves for fuel cell electric vehicles (FCV), bearing products such as ball bearings, roller bearings and bearing units. The Machine Tools segment is engaged in the provision of grinding equipment, cutting equipment, machining centers, control equipment and industrial heat treatment furnaces.
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3-5-8, Minami-semba, Chuo-ku
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Vice President, Chief Director of Sales, Representative Director
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Senior Managing Director, Chief Director of Machine Tool & Mechatronics Business
Senior Managing Director, Chief Director of Business Management
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A federal appeals court on Friday ruled that automotive components manufacturer JTEKT Corp did not have standing to challenge the validity of claims in a patent owned by rival GKN PLC.
Japanese auto components supplier Jtekt Corp <6473.T> said it was holding off on expanding production in Mexico, awaiting the outcome of talks over the North American Free Trade Agreement, known as NAFTA.
Japanese auto components supplier Jtekt Corp said it was holding off on expanding production in Mexico, awaiting the outcome of talks over the North American Free Trade Agreement, known as NAFTA.
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