LS Corporation operates in the Nonferrous wiredrawing & insulating sector.
In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares LS with three other
wire and cable manufacturers in Asia:
sales of 653.80 billion Japanese Yen [US$5.79 billion]
of which 53%
was Energy-Information Company),
Walsin Lihwa Corp
(167.79 billion Taiwanese Dollars [US$5.45 billion]
of which 59%
was Electric wire and cable), and
Hitachi Metals Ltd
based in Japan
(910.49 billion Japanese Yen [US$8.07 billion]
of which 37%
was Luxury Functional Parts).
LS reported sales of 9.52 trillion Korean Won (US$8.49 billion)
December of 2017.
decrease of 1.1%
versus 2016, when the company's sales were 9.62 trillion Korean Won.
Contributing to the drop in overall sales was the 79.2% decline
in Parts Business, from 1.42 trillion Korean Won to 296.11 billion Korean Won.
However, these declines were partially offset by the increase in sales of
Cable Business (up 20.5% to 3.91 trillion Korean Won)
Electricity Machinery/automobile/metal B (up 21.2% to 2.14 trillion Korean Won)
Power Equipment Business (up 2.4% to 1.75 trillion Korean Won)
Machinery Business (up 17.0% to 991.27 billion Korean Won)
Global (up 4.5% to 884.67 billion Korean Won)
Communication Business (up 1.6% to 740.13 billion Korean Won)
Automation Equipment (up 3.5% to 437.34 billion Korean Won)
Nonferrous Metal Business (up 18.4% to 322.85 billion Korean Won)