Nidec Corp Value Stock - Dividend - Research Selection
Market price: 14.220,00 JPY
Nidec Corp Fundamental data and company key figures of the share
|Annual reports in JPY|
|Net operating cash flow||168.049.000.000|
|Free cash flow||35.122.999.296|
|Liabilities & Shareholders equity||2.114.040.000.000|
|Diluted shares outstanding||588.313.000|
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|Market Capitalization||80.372.490.240,00 USD|
|Raw Data Source||IFRS in Millionen JPY|
|Stock Split||2020-04-01,2.000000/1.000000; 2014-03-27,2.0000/1.0000; 2014-03-26,2.0000/1.0000; 2005-09-27,2.0000/1.0000; 2005-09-26,2.0000/1.0000|
Description of the company
Nidec Corporation is a joint stock corporation that was incorporated and registered under the Japanese Commercial Code (which was replaced by the Company Law in May 2006) of Japan on July 23, 1973 under the name of Nihon Densan Kabushiki Kaisha. Our corporate headquarters are located at 338 Kuzetonoshiro-cho, Minami-ku, Kyoto 601-8205, Japan. Our main telephone number is +81-75-922-1111. As of March 31, 2016, we had 225 subsidiaries located in 32 countries, and four affiliated companies located in three countries. We had 96,602 employees worldwide, 91.4% of which were employed outside Japan, as of March 31, 2016.
We are one of the leading global manufacturers of electric motors and related components and equipment. We aim to achieve sustainable business growth by solidifying our leadership position in motor drive technology and expanding our product portfolio into a broader spectrum of the global electric motor market. With a particular focus on brushless direct current motors, or brushless DC motors, we have constantly explored new ways to serve the global market through the introduction of energy-efficient, environment-conscious motor drives. Our growth as a manufacturer of electric motors to our current size and status has largely been the result of the acquisition and integration of businesses that have enabled us to build a strong product offering. We regard our ability to identify, purchase and integrate acquisition targets as an essential part of our core strategy and strength.
Our recent acquisition and intra-group realignment transactions include the following:
· In May 2015, we acquired from its founding family all of the voting rights in Motortecnica s.r.l., an Italian company, which engages in design, manufacturing, repair, maintenance and servicing of electrical rotating machinery, with focus areas of remanufacturing and refurbishment, in order to strengthen our service business.
· In July 2015, we acquired certain operating assets of China Tex Mechanical & Electrical Engineering Co., Ltd. (“China Tex MEE”), a Chinese manufacturer of switched reluctance motors and drives, with China Tex MEE to create a foothold for our industrial solutions business in China. The company was subsequently renamed “Nidec (Beijing) Drive Technologies Co., Ltd.”
· In August 2015, we acquired from its founding families all of the voting rights in Arisa, S.A., an Spanish company, which engages in development, manufacturing, sales and aftermarket services of large-sized servo press machines.
· In August 2015, we acquired from its founding members all of the voting rights in KB Electronics, Inc., an United States company, which engages in design, manufacture and sales of AC and DC electric motor drives and controls.
· In September 2015, we acquired business of E.M.G. Elettromeccanica S.r.l., an Italian company, which engages in development, production and sales of motors for commercial facilities such as swimming pool and spa, air and smoke ventilation, and household appliances and industrial equipment (brake motors, etc.).
· In September 2015, we acquired from its founding members all of the voting rights in PT. NAGATA OPTO INDONESIA, an Indonesian company, which engages in production of glass lens processing.
· In May 2016, we acquired from its major shareholder approximately 94.8% of the shares of ANA IMEP S.A., a Romanian company, which engages in development, production and sales of washing machine and drying machine motors.
· In May 2016, we acquired from its shareholders 100% of the ownership interest in E.C.E. S.r.l., an Italian company, which engages in development, manufacturing and sales of hoists for building constructions.
We acquired Shinano Tokki Co., Ltd., a Japanese manufacturer of spindle motors for hard disk drives, from Teac Corporation in March 1989. As a result, we gained the largest market share of spindle motors in the world.
We acquired newly-issued shares of Shimpo Industries Co., Ltd., currently Nidec-Shimpo Corporation, in February 1995 constituting 36.7% of its then outstanding shares.
We acquired 17.7% of the outstanding shares of Copal Co., Ltd., currently Nidec Copal Corporation, from Fujitsu Limited in February 1998.
In connection with our acquisition of Nidec Copal’s shares, we acquired 32.3% of the outstanding shares of Copal Electronics Corporation, currently Nidec Copal Electronics Corporation, from Nidec Copal in February 1998.
We acquired the assets relating to the motor division of Shibaura Engineering Works Co., Ltd. and established a joint venture, Nidec Shibaura Corporation, with Toshiba Corporation and Shibaura Engineering in October 1998. We initially owned 40.0% of the joint venture.
We acquired 67.0% of the outstanding shares of Y-E Drive Corporation, subsequently renamed Nidec Power Motor Corporation, from Yasukawa Electric Corporation in March 2000.
We dissolved the Nidec Shibaura joint venture and purchased the remaining 60.0% interest from our former joint venture partners, and Nidec Shibaura became our wholly-owned subsidiary in September 2000.
We increased our ownership of Nidec-Shimpo to 51% in February 2002. As a result, Read Corporation, currently Nidec-Read Corporation, a subsidiary of Nidec-Shimpo, became our majority-owned subsidiary.
We acquired approximately 40% of the outstanding shares of Sankyo Seiki Mfg. Co., Ltd., currently Nidec Sankyo Corporation, in October 2003. We increased our ownership of Nidec Sankyo to 51.0% in February 2004.
We increased our ownership of Nidec Copal Electronics to 51.0% in January 2004.
We increased our ownership of Nidec Copal to 51.3% in February 2004.
We acquired 98.9% of the outstanding shares of Fujisoku Corporation, a Japanese manufacturer of industrial switches, memory cards, panel switches and electronic measuring instruments, in November 2006.
We acquired all of the voting interests in the motors and actuators business of Valeo S.A., France, currently Nidec Motors & Actuators, in December 2006.
We acquired 87.1% of the outstanding shares of Brilliant Manufacturing Limited, currently Nidec Component Technology Co., Ltd., a Singaporean manufacturer of base plate die-casting and top covers used in hard disk drives, in February 2007.
We acquired 51.7% of the common stock of Japan Servo Co., Ltd., currently Nidec Servo Corporation, a Japanese manufacturer of motors and motor-applied products, in April 2007.
We made Copal Yamada Corporation, a Japanese manufacturer of precision molds, a consolidated subsidiary by increasing our ownership interest in Copal Yamada to 68.4% in August 2008.
We acquired all of the voting interests in the household motor business of Appliances Components Companies S.p.A. in Italy, currently Nidec Sole Motor Corporation S.R.L., in January 2010.
We acquired 90.0% of the outstanding shares of SC WADO Co., Ltd., a base plate manufacturer in Thailand, in February 2010.
We acquired all of the assets, the liabilities and the voting rights of Emerson Electric Co.’s motors and controls business, currently Nidec Motor Corporation, a U.S. manufacturer of industrial, air conditioning and home appliance motors, in September 2010.
We acquired the remaining shares of Nidec-Servo in October 2010.
We acquired the remaining shares of Nidec Power Motor, and Nidec Power Motor was merged by absorption into Nidec Techno Motor Corporation, in March 2011.
Nidec Shibaura was merged by absorption into Nidec Techno Motor Corporation in April 2011.
We acquired all of the outstanding shares in Sanyo Electric Co., Ltd., currently Nidec Seimitsu Corporation, a Japanese manufacturer of small precision DC motors (vibration and general purpose motors), in July 2011.
We increased our ownership of Nidec Sankyo Corporation to 77.1% in March 2012.
We acquired The Minster Machine Company, currently Nidec Minster Corporation, a U.S. manufacturer of mid-sized and large-sized high-speed, high rigidity press machines and large-sized press machines for dies for motor parts, in April 2012.
We acquired Ansaldo Sistemi Industriali S.p.A., currently Nidec ASI S.p.A., an Italian manufacturer of industrial motors, generators and drives, in May 2012.
We acquired Avtron Industrial Automation, Inc., a U.S. provider of control, automation and drive-systems solutions and manufacturer of encoders, in September 2012.
We acquired SCD Co., Ltd., a South Korean company which develops, manufactures and sells motor drive units for refrigerators and motors for air conditioners, in October 2012.
We acquired the remaining shares of Nidec-Sankyo in October 2012.
We acquired Kinetek Group Inc., a U.S. manufacturer of commercial motors, in November 2012.
We acquired Jiangsu Kaiyu Auto Appliance Co., Ltd., currently Nidec Kaiyu Auto Electric (Jiangsu) Co., Ltd., a Chinese manufacturer of brush motors for electric power steering systems and automotive fans, in December 2012.
We acquired the remaining shares of Nidec Seimitsu in September 2013.
We acquired the remaining shares of Nidec-Tosok in October 2013.
We acquired the remaining shares of Nidec-Copal in October 2013.
Fujisoku was merged by absorption into Nidec Copal Electronics in October 2013.
We acquired Mitsubishi Materials C.M.I. Corporation, currently Nidec Sankyo CMI Corporation, a Japanese manufacturer of small motors, electric contact products and other products, in January 2014.
We acquired Honda Elesys Co., Ltd., currently Nidec Elesys Corporation, a Japanese manufacturer of automobile electronic control units for automobiles, in March 2014.
We acquired the remaining shares of Nidec Copal Electronics in October 2014.
We acquired the remaining shares of Nidec-Read in October 2014.
We acquired Geräte- und Pumpenbau GmbH Dr. Eugen Schmidt, currently Nidec GPM GmbH, a Germany manufacture of oil pumps and modules for passenger cars and commercial vehicles, in February 2015.
We acquired Motortecnica s.r.l., a Italian manufacture of electrical rotating machinery, in May 2015.
We acquired SR Drive business of China Tex Mechanical & Electrical Engineering Ltd, currently Nidec (Beijing) Drive Technologies Co., Ltd., a Chinese manufacturer of switched reluctance motors and drives, in July 2015.
We acquired Arisa, S.A., currently Nidec Arisa S.L.U., a Spanish manufacturer of large-sized servo press machines, in August 2015.
We acquired KB Electronics, Inc., an United States company, which engages in design, manufacture and sales of AC and DC electric motor drives and controls, in August 2015.
We acquired business of E.M.G. Elettromeccanica S.r.l., an Italian company, which engages in development, production and sales of motors for commercial facilities such as swimming pool and spa, air and smoke ventilation, and household appliances and industrial equipment (brake motors, etc.) in September 2015.
We acquired PT. NAGATA OPTO INDONESIA, currently P.T. Nidec Sankyo Opto Indonesia, an Indonesian company, which engages in production of glass lens processing in September 2015.
For the fiscal years ended March 31, 2014, 2015 and 2016, our capital expenditures, as shown in our consolidated statements of cash flows for those fiscal years, were ¥40,297 million, ¥58,042 million and ¥81,918 million, respectively. Major capital expenditures in the last three fiscal years included investments in equipment used to manufacture small precision motors in Thailand, the Philippines and China. In addition, in the last three years, our major capital expenditures also included investments in equipment used to manufacture automotive, appliance, commercial and industrial products in the United States.
Our capital expenditures for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2017 are planned to include investments of approximately ¥40,371 million in manufacturing plants and facilities, mainly in Asia and Germany, and other investments for the following purposes:
· to establish a basic research facility in Kyoto Prefecture, Japan;
· to renew production-line equipment in our Asian and German factories manufacturing motors and modules for automotive products;
· to renew production-line equipment in our Japanese factories manufacturing electronic and optical components and machinery; and
· to establish a learning center in Kyoto Prefecture, Japan.
Our corporate aim is to contribute to the development of society and well-being of people by providing excellent products and services through sincere and enthusiastic dedication to the fusion of science, technology and manufacturing engineering in a manner that best serves the interests of society, our company and all our employees.
In order to achieve our corporate aim, our basic strategy is to be a world-leading electronics manufacturer to keep creating employment and supplying indispensable products and services to the global community, which we believe will keep us growing sustainably for many decades to come. We tirelessly strive to fulfill our basic strategy through the following three elements: business portfolio transformation; M&A; and utilization of our production engineering.