United States

Toyobo Co Ltd (3101.T)

3101.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

13 Jul 2018
Change (% chg)

¥43 (+2.45%)
Prev Close
Day's High
Day's Low
Avg. Vol
52-wk High
52-wk Low

Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

TOYOBO says unit fined by Japan Fair Trade Commission
Friday, 12 Jan 2018 01:49am EST 

Jan 12 (Reuters) - TOYOBO Co Ltd <3101.T> ::Says its unit was imposed fine of totaling 3.9 million yen by Japan Fair Trade Commission due to violation of antitrust law, on Jan. 12.  Full Article

Toyobo to sell Osaka-based property
Friday, 22 Sep 2017 03:34am EDT 

Sept 22 (Reuters) - Toyobo Co Ltd <3101.T>:* Says it will sell Osaka-based property on Oct. 20 and capital gains from the sale is 9.5 billion yen .  Full Article

Toyobo to open Indonesian packaging film factory in 2020 for roughly 5 bln yen - Nikkei
Thursday, 3 Aug 2017 06:11pm EDT 

Aug 4 (Reuters) - Nikkei: :Toyobo to open Indonesian packaging film factory in 2020 for roughly 5 billion yen - Nikkei.  Full Article

GFA acquires property
Monday, 15 May 2017 03:08am EDT 

May 15(Reuters) - GFA Co Ltd <8783.T>:Says it acquired real estate located in Tokyo.Says details undisclosed.  Full Article

R&I affirms Toyobo's rating at "BBB+" and announces positive outlook – R&I
Wednesday, 1 Feb 2017 01:29am EST 

Toyobo Co Ltd <3101.T>: Rating and Investment Information, Inc. (R&I) affirmed the company's rating at "BBB+" – R&I .Rating outlook positive – R&I.  Full Article

Toyobo Co to spend 10 bln yen to double production capacity for Air Bag Fabrics - Nikkei
Tuesday, 27 Dec 2016 04:57pm EST 

Nikkei:Toyobo Co Ltd to spend 10 billion yen to double production capacity for air bag fabrics over the four years starting in fiscal 2017 - Nikkei.  Full Article

Toyobo to merge finance unit in Osaka
Thursday, 22 Dec 2016 01:00am EST 

Toyobo Co Ltd <3101.T>: Says it plans to merge its wholly owned finance unit, based in Osaka .Says effective April 1, 2017.  Full Article

Toyobo to pay $66 million in U.S. bullet-proof vest fraud case

WASHINGTON Japan's Toyobo Co Ltd and its U.S. subsidiary have agreed to pay $66 million to resolve claims they sold defective fiber used in bullet-proof vests bought by the United States for federal, state, local and tribal law enforcement agencies, the Justice Department said on Thursday.