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Kyocera is a company that develops, produces, and distributes ceramics and electronics. It operates 6 segments: Industrial and Automotive Components, Semiconductor Components, Electronic Devices, Communications, Document Solutions, and Life and Environment. The Industrial and Automotive Components segment provides fine ceramic parts, camera modules, as well as industrial tools, including cutting tools for metallic processing and pneumatic and power tools. The Semiconductor Components segment develops, manufactures, and sells both ceramic and organic packages and multilayer printed wiring boards. The Electronic Devices segment develops, manufactures, and sells a variety of electronic components and devices. The Document Solutions segment offers printers and multifunctional products as well as application software that enables the connection between document management systems and mobile terminals or cloud environments. The Life and Environment segment commercializes commercial and residential solar modules, storage batteries, energy management systems, medical devices, jewelry, kitchen accessories, and other products.
HQKyoto, JP

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Employees (est.) (Mar 2021)78,490(+4%)
Job Openings39
Revenue (FY, 2020)¥1.6 T(-1%)
Share Price (Oct 2021)¥6.6 K
Cybersecurity ratingCMore
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Key People/Management at Kyocera

Kazuo Inamori

Kazuo Inamori

Founder and Chairman
Atsushi Aoyama

Atsushi Aoyama

Independent Director
Hiroto Mizobata

Hiroto Mizobata

Independent Director
Hitoshi Sakata

Hitoshi Sakata

Independent Audit
Masaaki Akiyama

Masaaki Akiyama

Independent Audit
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Kyocera Office Locations

Kyocera has offices in Kyoto, Fukuyama, Kirishima, Nagoya and in 72 other locations
Kyoto, JP (HQ)
6 Takeda Tobadono-cho Fushimi-ku
Kirishima, JP
1258-1 Hayatochō Mitsugi
Nagoya, JP
1 Chome Hisakata, Tempaku Ward
Osaka, JP
1-chōme-2-28 Tamatsukuri, Chuo Ward
Shibuya City, JP
6-chōme-27-8 Jingūmae
Macquarie Park, AU
Level 3/6-10 Talavera Rd
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Kyocera Financials and Metrics

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Kyocera's revenue was reported to be ¥1.6 t in FY, 2020 which is a 1.5% decrease from the previous period.

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Kyocera's current market capitalization is ¥2.5 t.
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Kyocera Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Company NameDateDeal Size
SLD LaserJanuary 12, 2021
Showa Optronics Co LtdJune 01, 2020¥8.52 b
OPTIMAL SYSTEMS GmbHApril 15, 2020¥16.15 b
AVX CorporationMarch 31, 2020¥112.41 b
SouthernCarlsonMay 07, 2019
RenovisJanuary 16, 2019
Ethertronics Inc.January 31, 2018¥15.04 b
Senco Holdings, Inc.August 07, 2017
Databank IMX, LLCAugust 01, 2017
Annodata Communication Systems LimitedDecember 06, 2016
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Kyocera Revenue Breakdown

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Kyocera revenue breakdown by business segment: 22.2% from Document Solutions Group, 5.4% from Life & Environment Group, 21.1% from Industrial & Automotive Components Group, 15.3% from Semiconductor Components Group, 20.0% from Electronic Devices Group, 15.0% from Communications Group and 1.0% from Other

Kyocera revenue breakdown by geographic segment: 22.4% from Asia, 19.2% from Europe, 37.4% from Japan, 17.3% from United States of America and 3.7% from Other

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Kyocera News and Updates

Changes in Directors, Executive Officer and Management Personnel

This is to notify that Kyocera Corporation (President: Hideo Tanimoto) resolved at a meeting of its Board of Directors held on February 26, 2021 the following changes in directors, executive officer and management personnel

Kyocera and Digital Grid Begin Joint Demonstration of Renewable Peer-to-Peer Power

Kyocera Corporation and Digital Grid Corporation announced a joint project to demonstrate a renewable peer-to-peer (P2P) power system beginning January 2021 at Kyocera’s Yokohama Nakayama office. The P2P demonstration is part of the Kyocera Group’s Long-term Environmental Target initiatives to reduc…

Update on the Status of Kyocera’s Operations in Japan Following the Earthquake in Fukushima on February 13, 2021

Concerning the earthquake that occurred around midnight on February 13 (Japan time) originating off the Fukushima Prefecture coast, Kyocera extends our deepest sympathies to all those affected

KYOCERA Recognized as Supplier Engagement Leader by Non-Profit CDP for Two Consecutive Years

Kyocera Corporation (President: Hideo Tanimoto) today announced that it has been recognized as a “Supplier Engagement Leader” by international non-profit CDP for the second consecutive year, on the basis of Kyocera’s initiatives to reduce greenhouse gas emissions throughout its value chain

KYOCERA Launches 0.5mm-Pitch 5652 Series Electronic Connectors for Automotive Applications

Kyocera Corporation has introduced a new 0.5mm-pitch floating board-to-board connector series (F/P*1 = 170%) for high-speed 16Gbps data transmission. Sold under the 5652 Series designation, the new connectors can float within ±0.85mm for easy and accurate mating. They are available now

Aroma Bit Receives Additional Capital Investment Funding From Epson X Investment, Kyocera, and TechAccel Ventures

Aroma Bit, Inc., (Representative Director & CEO: Shunichiro Kuroki, headquarters: Chuo-ku, Tokyo), develops and markets compact odor imaging sensors and various related innovative services, has allocated additional shares to third-parties. The purpose of the funding is to acquire growth funds ne…
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Kyocera Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Kyocera founded?

    Kyocera was founded in 1959.

  • Who are Kyocera key executives?

    Kyocera's key executives are Kazuo Inamori, Atsushi Aoyama and Hiroto Mizobata.

  • How many employees does Kyocera have?

    Kyocera has 78,490 employees.

  • What is Kyocera revenue?

    Latest Kyocera annual revenue is ¥1.6 t.

  • What is Kyocera revenue per employee?

    Latest Kyocera revenue per employee is ¥20.4 m.

  • Who are Kyocera competitors?

    Competitors of Kyocera include Xerox, Murata Manufacturing and Ricoh.

  • Where is Kyocera headquarters?

    Kyocera headquarters is located at 6 Takeda Tobadono-cho Fushimi-ku, Kyoto.

  • Where are Kyocera offices?

    Kyocera has offices in Kyoto, Fukuyama, Kirishima, Nagoya and in 72 other locations.

  • How many offices does Kyocera have?

    Kyocera has 99 offices.