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Yorozu buys back 1 mln shares for 1.59 bln yen
Yorozu repurchases 586,500 shares in October
Yorozu buys 175,900 shares back from Sept. 14 to Sept. 23
YOROZU CORPORATION is a Japan-based company mainly engaged in the manufacture and sale of automotive mechanical parts, body parts and engine parts, and molds and equipment, as well as the development of business activities related to logistics, research and services related to each business. The Company operates through three regional segments including Japan, the Americas and Asia. The Company is involved in the manufacture and sale of automotive components, dies and facilities. The Company is also involved in the order receipt business, the development of parts, as well as the manpower dispatching and insurance agency business.
Auto & Truck Parts
3-7-60, Taru-machi, Kohoku-ku
Chairman of the Board, Chairman of the Executive Board, Chief Executive Officer, Chairman of Subsidiaries, Representative Director
President, Executive President, Chief Operating Officer, Representative Director
Vice Chairman of the Executive Board, Chief Compliance Officer, Chairman of Subsidiaries, Director
Chief Financial Officer, Chief Executive Vice President, Executive Vice President, Director of Finance, Director
Executive Vice President, Senior Managing Executive Officer, Senior Director of YPW, Manager of Yorozu Global Technical Center, Chairman of Subsidiary
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