Daicel Corporation manufactures and sells cellulosic derivatives, organic chemicals, plastics, pyrotechnic devices, and other products. The Company provides cellulose acetate, acetate tow, carboxymethyl cellulose, hydroxyethyl cellulose, and microfibrillated fibers for use in foods, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, and electronic materials; and cellulose plastics for glass frames, toys, and writing instruments. It also offers acetic acid and anhydride, solvents, and fine chemicals; performance chemicals, and cosmetic ingredients and functional materials for the healthcare industry. In addition, the Company supplies chiral separation materials and services, and develops resins. Further, it offers automobile airbag inflators and various pyrotechnic devices; water treatment systems, and kitchen and cleaning supplies.
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Daicel revenue breakdown by business segment: 17.7% from Organic Chemicals, 19.2% from Cellulosic Derivatives, 36.3% from Plastics, 25.3% from Pyrotechnic Devices and 1.4% from Other
When was Daicel founded?
Daicel was founded in 1919.
Who are Daicel key executives?
Daicel's key executives are Yoshimi Ogawa, Kotaro Sugimoto and Hisanori Imanaka.
How many employees does Daicel have?
Daicel has 12,309 employees.
What is Daicel revenue?
Latest Daicel annual revenue is ¥463 b.
What is Daicel revenue per employee?
Latest Daicel revenue per employee is ¥37.6 m.
Who are Daicel competitors?
Competitors of Daicel include Showa Denko Materials, Tokuyama and Wah Lee Industrial.
Where are Daicel offices?
Daicel has offices in Osaka, Amagasaki, Chiyoda City, Chuo City and in 24 other locations.
How many offices does Daicel have?
Daicel has 41 offices.
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