PALTEK CORPORATIONJASDAQ: 7587
In order to contribute to the advancement of our clients, PALTEK is in constant pursuit of optimal solutions discovered by diverse cultures of the world.
|Company Name||PALTEK CORPORATION|
|Headquarters||Shin-Yokohama Square BLDG. 2-3-12 Shin-Yokohama Kouhoku-ku
Yokohama, Japan 222-003
|Capital||JPY1,339 million (as of Dec. 31, 2012)|
|Date of Establishment||October 14, 1982|
|Main Business||Marketing and distribution of semiconductors, electronics components and software, as well as providing engineering support services for product design and development.|
|Number of Branches||5 (as of Dec. 31, 2012)|
|Total Employees||Non-consolidated: 202
(as of Dec. 31, 2012)
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- FY12/08 Summary of Financial Statements(PDF/344KB)
- FY12/08 Q2 Summary of Financial Statements(PDF/352KB)
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- FY12/09 Financial Results(PDF/544KB)
- FY12/09 Q3 Financial Results(PDF/333KB)
- FY12/09 Q2 Financial Results(PDF/548KB)
- FY12/09 Q1 Financial Results(PDF/395KB)
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< FY12/11 >
- FY12/11 Summaries of Business Results Meeting and Follow-up Meeting(PDF/329KB)
- Briefing on Smart Grid Initiative(PDF/254KB)
- Q2 FY12/11 Summaries of Business Results Meeting and Follow-up Meeting(PDF/310KB)
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- FY12/10 Summary of Business Results Meeting and Follow-up Meeting(PDF/193KB)
- FY12/10 Q2 Summaries of Business Results Meeting and Follow-up Meeting(PDF/114KB)
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- When was the Company founded?
- PALTEK was founded in Yokohama City in October 1982 as an electronic components vendor.
The Company's Vision and Business Strategy
- What is underlying corporate philosophy of PALTEK?
- PALTEK is committed to the creation of cooperative growth relationships with diverse partners—a corporate philosophy drawn from founder and CEO Tadahito Takahashi, who was born and raised in Yakushima Island, whose rich, verdant ecosystem struck a wondrous balance between diversity and harmony despite the island's natural environmental severity. Similarly, PALTEK provides value-added products and services for our customers to be successful in a highly competitive global electronics market.
- What are PALTEK's major lines of business?
- Since its founding, PALTEK has served as a vendor and distributor of electronics components; today, we provide semiconductors and design/development support services to electronics manufacturers as well. As product lifecycles of electronics equipment shorten and the degree of difficulty to develop products requiring increasingly diverse functions and higher performance rises, demand for design and development engineering support also increases. In order to meet this demand, PALTEK invests heavily in its engineering sales force, with some 30% of our work force consisting of engineers—an extraordinary ratio for a vendor in this industry.
- What differentiates PALTEK from its competitors?
- Superior engineering support is our core strength. Our highly skilled and experienced engineers provide customers services ranging from consultations to actual design work. PALTEK is particularly adept in the telecommunications field, where standards and technologies change with rapid regularity.
- Which area does PALTEK focus on hereafter?
- We are now aggressively addressing the “smart grid” market. In its broadest sense, the term “smart grid” refers to a next-generation electricity distribution network that fully utilizes the latest communications, electrical transmission, power storage and other technologies. It optimizes electric power supply and demand, facilitating the most efficient use of energy. We are exploring ways in which Japanese firms can apply their strengths in environmental technologies in quickest, most inexpensive and productive manner.
- What are PALTEK's policies on shareholder returns?
- Stable and sustained payout of dividends is the principal means of shareholder returns.
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Last Update: February 5, 2013