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For Shareholders and Investors


The Company

When was your company established?
We started business in January 1946, and the company was founded in November of the same year.
When were you listed on the stock market?
We were listed in 1977 on the second section of the Osaka Securities Exchange.
Could you tell us about your main product, your control cables?
The cables are used for remote operations. The simplest example, with which everyone is familiar, is that of the bicycle brake wire. An average of more than a dozen cables is used in vehicles, including for opening and closing the vehicle hood, trunk, gas tank lid, etc.
What is your share of the control cable market?
We hold nearly 60% of the market share in Japan for control cables in vehicles.
When is the end of your fiscal year?
In October.


Where is your stock traded?
On the second section of the Osaka Securities Exchange.
What is your securities code?
Number 7279.
What is your unit for stock trading?
100 stocks.
Can you tell us about trends in stock movements?
Please see Yahoo!Finance to check on our stocks.


When is your annual shareholders' meeting?
The meeting is scheduled for the end of January of every year.
Who is your stock transfer agent?
Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank, Limited. Contact the following for information on stock transfer procedures:
Stock Transfer Division
Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank, Limited.
5-33, Kitahama 4-chome, Chuo-ku, Osaka 541-0041
Contact information concerning forms required: 0120-782-031 (24 hours)
Contact address: URL,(Japanese Only)
Interested parties may also inquire with the following:
Head offices and branch offices nationwide of Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank, Limited.
Who should we contact if we want to know more about the various procedures related to stock trading with your company?
See above.
When do you pay dividends to stockholders?
Base dates are as follows:
Dividends based on profit (determined at the annual shareholders' meeting): October 31
Interim dividends: April 30
Do you have benefit plan for shareholders?
Not at the moment.