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Fanuc Corp (6954.T)

6954.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Hitachi, Fanuc & Preferred Networks Forming Automation JV - Nikkei
Wednesday, 31 Jan 2018 03:09pm EST 

Feb 1 (Reuters) - NIKKEI::HITACHI, FANUC, & PREFERRED NETWORKS FORMING AUTOMATION JV.JV CO WILL BE CAPITALIZED AT 30 MILLION YEN.  Full Article

Fanuc to merge with plastic injection molding firm
Wednesday, 25 Oct 2017 02:43am EDT 

Oct 25(Reuters) - Fanuc Corp <6954.T>:Says it plans to merge with a Yamanashi-based 66.6 percent-owned plastic injection molding firm, for 202,488.17 yen per share.Merger effective Jan. 1, 2018.Says the plastic injection molding firm will be dissolved after the merger .  Full Article

Fanuc to merge with plastic injection molding unit
Wednesday, 25 Oct 2017 02:26am EDT 

Oct 25(Reuters) - Fanuc Corp <6954.T>:Says it plans to merge with a wholly owned Hokkaido-based plastic injection molding unit .Merger effective Jan. 1, 2018.Says the unit will be dissolved after the merger .  Full Article

Fanuc plans robot factory in Ibaraki and to retire 13,698 shares of common stock
Thursday, 27 Apr 2017 02:28am EDT 

April 27 (Reuters) - Fanuc Corp <6954.T> ::* Says it plans to set up a robot manufacture factory in Ibaraki prefecture .* Productive capacity will be 2,000 robots per month for the phase 1, and will be finally expanded to 4,000 per month .* Says production is expected to partially start from Aug. 2018.* Co plans to retire 13,698 shares of common stock (representing 0.01 percent outstanding) on May 31.  Full Article

Japan's Fanuc shares down 5 pct as earnings fail to dispel concerns

TOKYO, July 26 Shares in Japanese robot maker Fanuc fell more than five percent on Thursday after upward revisions in its annual earnings estimates a day earlier failed to dispel investor concerns about the slowdown in its factory automation business. (Reporting by Hideyuki Sano Editing by Paul Tait)