Sangsin Brake Co., Ltd.
28 Apr 2015
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Sangsin Brake Co., Ltd. - Company Report, is a source of comprehensive company data and information. The report covers the company’s structure, operation, product and service offerings, and corporate actions, providing a 360° view of the company. Features: - Detailed information on Sangsin Brake Co., Ltd. required for business and competitor intelligence needs - Intelligence on Sangsin Brake Co., Ltd.’s mergers and acquisitions (M&A), strategic partnerships and alliances, capital raising, private equity transactions, and financial and legal advisors - News about Sangsin Brake Co., Ltd., such as business expansion, restructuring, and contract wins - Large number of easy-to-grasp charts and graphs that present important data and key trends Highlights: Sangsin Brake (Sangsin) is a manufacturer and supplier of brake linings and brake pads for the automotive industry. Its product offerings include brake pads, brake shoe assemblies, brake assemblies and brake linings for passenger cars, trucks, buses and others. The company primarily operates in South Korea, where it is headquartered in Daegu and employs around 619 people. The company recorded revenues of KRW256,005.1 million (approximately $233 million) in the fiscal year ended December 2011, an increase of 19.3% over 2010. The company's operating profit was KRW13,063.7 million (approximately $11.9 million) in fiscal 2011, a decrease of 29.7% compared to 2010. Its net profit was KRW7,354.7 million (approximately $6.7 million) in fiscal 2011, a decrease of 41.9% compared to 2010. Reasons to Purchase: - Gain understanding of Sangsin Brake Co., Ltd. the company and its strategies - Track strategic initiatives of the company and latest corporate news and actions - Assess Sangsin Brake Co., Ltd. as a prospective partner, vendor or supplier - Support sales activities by understanding your customers' businesses better - Stay up to date on Sangsin Brake Co., Ltd. your competitors' business structure, strategy and prospects