Ibiden

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Ibiden Co., Ltd.
Native name
イビデン株式会社
Type Public KK
TYO: 4062
ISIN JP3148800000
Industry Electronics
FoundedNovember 25, 1912;108 years ago (1912-11-25) as Ibigawa Electric Power
FounderYujiro Tachikawa
Headquarters
Ogaki, Gifu, 503-8604
,
Japan
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
Hiroki Takenaka
(President and CEO)
Products
Revenue JPY 314 (FY 2015) (US$ 2.7 billion) (FY 2015)
JPY 7.5 billion (FY 2015) (US$ 66 million) (FY 2015)
Number of employees
14,290 (as of March 31, 2016)
Website Official website
Footnotes /references
[1] [2]

Ibiden Co., Ltd. (イビデン株式会社, Ibiden Kabushiki-kaisha) is a Japanese electronics company headquartered in Ogaki, Gifu prefecture that manufactures electronics-related products, such as printed circuit boards and IC packaging. The company also makes ceramics products, including particulate filters for diesel engines, for which it has a 50% market share in Europe. [3] [4]

Ibiden was founded as an electrical power generation company in 1912. [5] In the following decades the company diversified its operations and products, from power generation to electric furnace products (between 1917 and 1919), building materials (in 1960), printed circuit board (in 1972) and ceramic fibers (in 1974). [6]

Today electronic components and ceramics are the company's main products, with customers including Apple Inc., Intel and Groupe PSA (PSA Peugeot Citroën). [7] [5] [8]

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References

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  3. "Saint-Gobain, Ibiden and Toyota Announce Joint Subsidiary". Ceramic Industry Magazine. BNP Media. November 18, 2002. Retrieved January 18, 2018.
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