SEA Limited (SE) is a leading global consumer internet company founded in Singapore. SEA was initially founded as Garena Interactive Holding Limited – until now a leading global online games developer and publisher company known for its ‘Free Fire’ blockbuster game – before it changed its name to SEA Limited in 2017. The company operates primarily in Indonesia, Taiwan, Vietnam, Thailand, the Philippines, Malaysia, and Singapore. Continue reading “SEA – A Turnaround With Many Risks”
JinkoSolar Holding Co. Ltd (JKS) is the world’s largest solar module manufacturer by module shipments. The company has recently been named one of the 50 smartest and most innovative firms in China by MIT Technology Review and by Forbes for its outstanding and continuous innovation and achievements in solar technology with the ability to benefit from the entire value chain. Continue reading “JinkoSolar – Profiting from Global Solar Demand”
Sony Group Corporation (6758.T) is the third-largest consumer electronics company in the world by market capitalization. The company that once started as a manufacturer of rice cookers has become well known with some iconic products such as walkmans, digital cameras, videocams, PlayStations, and some famous blockbuster movie productions. Continue reading “SONY – Fighting a Tough Competition”
Hitachi Ltd (6501.T) is a Japanese multinational conglomerate corporation that operates eight business segments: IT, Energy, Industry, Mobility, Smart Life, Automotive Systems, Construction Machinery, Metals, and others. The company is ranked 133rd on the latest Forbes Global 2000 list.
Over the last fifteen years, Hitachi strongly reduced the number of its listed group companies and consolidated subsidiaries through restructuring and sell-offs. The company plans to become a specialist in IT and infrastructure maintenance in the near future. Continue reading “Hitachi – The Restructuring is Bearing Fruit”
Shimano Inc. (7309.T) is a Japanese premium parts giant for bicycle components, fishing tackles, and rowing equipment. The company celebrates its 100th anniversary this year and is on Forbes’ Global 2000 list. Shimano operates in three business segments. Bicycle components, including freewheels, front gears, transmissions, brakes, and other bicycle components, account for 80 percent of the revenues and 83 percent of the profits. Continue reading “Shimano – Cycling is Booming”
Fisher & Paykel Healthcare Corp Ltd (FPH.NZ) is one of the world’s three largest respiratory device manufacturers. The company manufactures products and systems for acute and chronic respiratory care, surgery, and obstructive sleep apnea treatment. With three production facilities in New Zealand and Mexico, Fisher & Paykel Healthcare sells its products in more than 120 countries worldwide based on a multi-channel distribution model. Continue reading “Fisher & Paykel Healthcare – More Than Just A Pandemic Winner”