-The Company conducts its main business in three operating segments: Automotive Components Division; Switch Board Division; and Robotic System Division.
-In FY ended November 2016, the Company generated consolidated sales of JPY 20.13 billion, which was a 5.5% increase on a year-over-basis (y/y). The Group's operating profit was JPY 494.62 million (a 33.8% increase y/y), ordinary profit was JPY 375.91 million (a 45.87% increase y/y), and net income (attributable to owners of parent company) was JPY 155.51 million (an 222.4% increase y/y).
-Major products of its automotive component division include body parts, chassis components, and engine components. Sales of auto parts accounted for approximately 65.2% of the Company's overall sales for FY ended Nov. 30, 2016.
|-Listed on the second section of the Nagoya Stock Exchange.||(As of Nov. 30, 2016)|
|Shareholders||Investment Ratio (%)|
|Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp.||4.92|
|Mizuho Bank, Ltd.||2.97|
|The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd.||2.62|
|The Aichi Bank, Ltd.||2.51|
|The Shoko Chukin Bank, Ltd.||1.99|
|The Mie Bank, Ltd.||1.99|
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Battery cases for hybrid vehicles
|1953||Originally established as Katayama Industry Co., Ltd., with the aim of manufacturing and selling general metal products and automotive sheet metal parts in Iseyama, Nakaku, Nagoya City, where the present headquarters is registered.|
|1954||Started doing business with New Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (currently Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Co., Ltd. and Mitsubishi Motors Corporation Co., Ltd.)
Started doing business with Aichi Machine Industry Co., Ltd.
Started doing business with Toyo Rayon Co., Ltd. (currently Toray Co., Ltd).
|1959||Established Minamihama Factory in Atsuta-Higashimachi, Mizuho, Nagoya City, to produce sheet metal parts.|
|1963||Started doing business with the Matsushita Electric Works, Ltd. Co., Ltd.|
|1964||Established Fujimatsu Factory in Kariya, Aichi Prefecture, to produce medium-sized sheet metal parts.|
|1969||In an effort to integrate the organization, the company closed the Minamihama Factory and transferred the production department to the Fujimatsu Factory. At the same time the Fujimatsu Factory was renamed as the main factory.|
|1985||Established the Kouda Factory to produce large-sized sheet metal parts in Kouda-cho, Nukata-gun, Aichi Pref.|
|1988||Acquired Nishiyama Industry, a thick material stamping company, and established a subsidiary ASKA industrial Co., Ltd.|
|1989||Based on a joint-venture agreement, the company invested in Jeil Kiyeon Co., Ltd, a newly-established tool and die production company in South Korea.|
|1992||Changed its trade name to ASKA Corporation.|
|1994||Commenced production of automotive mufflers.|
|1996||Added welding assembly shop and office building within the Kouda Factory.|
|1997||Listed on the second section of the Nagoya Stock Exchange.|
|2000||Transferred the headquarters to Kariya City, Aichi Pref.|
|2002||Completed liquidation of Aska Industrial Co., Ltd.|
|2004||Established Aska Engineering Corporation as its subsidiary in the U.S.A.|
|2005||Stamping shop newly established in the headquarters plant.
The Company established A.K. of West Virginia Corporation, an affiliate, in the U.S.A.
|2007||Established Aska USA Virginia Corporation in the U.S.A.
Set up a new plant in Takahama City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan.
Sold off A.K. of West Virginia Corporation located in the U.S.A.
|2012||Established PT. Auto Aska Indonesia in Indonesia.|
Supplemental Information 1
>>>Business Report for FY ended Nov. 30, 2006
>>>Business Report for FY ended Nov. 30, 2007
>>>Business Report for FY ended Nov. 30, 2008
>>>Business Report for FY ended Nov. 30, 2009
>>>Business Report for FY ended Nov. 30, 2010
>>>Business Report for FY ended Nov. 30, 2011
>>>Business Report for FY ended Nov. 30, 2012
>>>Business Report for FY ended Nov. 30, 2013
>>>Business Report for FY ended Nov. 30, 2014
>>>Financial Forecast for the Next Fiscal Year (Sales, Operating Income etc.)