Plunkett Research Online: Subaru Corporation

SUBARU CORPORATION (FUJHF:PINX) Company Profile, Corporate Revenues, Growth, Market Size, Analysis, Business Forecasts, Market Share, Metrics, SWOT

Subaru Corporation, formerly Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd., best known for its Subaru cars, is a transportation conglomerate that also manufactures engines, aircraft components and specialty vehicles. It operates in two main divisions: automotive and aerospace products. The automotive division does b.....



Subaru Corporation
Ticker: FUJHF
Exchange: PINX
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Phone: 81-3 6447-8000
Fax: 81-3 6447-8184
Address: Ebisu Subaru Building, 1-20-8
Ebisu, Shibuya-ku
Tokyo, 150-8554 Japan

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Automobile Manufacturing
Aircraft Manufacturing & Components
Heavy-Duty Engines & Equipment
Sanitation Vehicles
Specialty Vehicles
Waste Treatment, Recycling & Alternative Energy Technologies
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Yasuyuki YoshinagaCEO/President
Yasuyuki YoshinagaPres.
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Subaru Corporation, formerly Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd., best known for its Subaru cars, is a transportation conglomerate that also manufactures engines, aircraft components and specialty vehicles. It operates in two main divisions: automotive and aerospace products. The automotive division does b.....See More See More

Auditor: KPMG AZSA LLC
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Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd
Subaru
Outback
Forester
Impreza
Baja
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