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Murata to expand multilayer ceramic capacitors production at Wuxi Murata Electronics
Murata Manufacturing to merge with wholly owned unit Murata Electronics
Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd. is primarily engaged in the development and manufacture and sales of components, such as capacitors, piezoelectric products, electronic components of modules, such as communication modules, power supplies and related products. The electronic parts manufacture and sale business is engaged in the development, manufacture and sale of electronic parts and related products, including components for capacitors and piezoelectric products, as well as modules products. The other businesses are engaged in the provision of staff welfare benefits, leasing and management of real estate, maintenance and cleaning of facilities services, the development of software and components.
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Senior Managing Executive Officer, Chief Director of Module Business, President of Subsidiaries, Representative Director
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Chinese telecom equipment maker Huawei Technologies has asked Japanese firms including Murata Manufacturing and Toshiba Memory to increase supplies of smartphone components, the Nikkei reported on Wednesday.
Japanese electronics component firm Murata Manufacturing Co Ltd raised its full-year profit outlook citing solid sales of components for new smartphone models, despite some market concerns of an industry slowdown.
Japanese electronics components firm Murata Manufacturing Co Ltd expects shortages of tiny ceramic components to last for another two years, its CEO said, in what could be a bottleneck in the advancement of the global automotive market.
Japan's Murata Manufacturing Co plans to invest between 50 billion yen and 100 billion yen ($465 million-$930 million) in the next two years to increase output of electronic components, seeking to capitalise on growing demand from the auto sector.
Japan's Murata Manufacturing Co, which supplies components for the iPhone X, has not seen its orders drop commensurately with the sharp fall in the iPhone X production target stated in a report, a senior Murata executive said.
* Murata Manufacturing Co Ltd files to say has raised $75.7 million in equity financing - SEC filing Source text: (http://bit.ly/2i2gbvK) Further company coverage:
Japanese electronics components firm Murata Manufacturing Co Ltd aims to turn around its money-losing battery business within two to three years as its safety technology draws strong interest from smartphone vendors, its chief executive said.
* Says Murata Manufacturing Co Ltd group completed acquisition of battery business from Sony Corp group, on Sept. 1
* Says acquisition date of battery business from Sony Corp is expected to be on Sept. 1
* Says it plans to postpone acquisition date of battery business from Sony Corp
* Says as a step for sale of battery business to Murata Manufacturing Co as planned, co will transfer its battery business to co's wholly owned unit (TMM), on July 1
* Murata Manufacturing plans to purchase American startup Arctic Sand Technologies for about 7 billion yen ($61.8 million) - Nikkei Source text: (http://s.nikkei.com/2mNEYpu) Further company coverage: (Bengaluru Newsroom: +91 806 749 1136)
Sony Corp and Murata Manufacturing Co Ltd :
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd <005930.KS> is discussing a supply deal with Japan's Murata Manufacturing <6981.T> for batteries for its Galaxy S8 smartphones, the Nikkei business daily reported.
* Samsung is discussing supply deal with Murata Manufacturing for batteries for its next-generation smartphone- Nikkei
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