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Electroaparataj SA Company Snapshot
Electroaparataj SA operates in the Switchgear and switchboard apparatus sector. In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares Electroaparataj SA with three other power transmission equipment manufacturers in Europe: DBT SA of France (2017 sales of 8.92 million Euro [US$10.04 million] ), Electroputere SA (98.62 million Romanian Leu [US$23.43 million] ), and Emek Elektrik Endustrisi A.S. which is based in Turkey (78.63 million Turkish Liras [US$14.88 million] ).

Sales Analysis. Electroaparataj SA reported sales of 17.13 million Romanian Leu (US$4.07 million) for the year ending December of 2017. This represents an increase of 3.3% versus 2016, when the company's sales were 16.59 million Romanian Leu. This was the fourth straight year of sales growth at Electroaparataj SA.
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  Stock Performance Chart for Electroaparataj SA
  Stock Data: Recent Stock Performance:
  Current Price (1/15/2019): .12
(Figures in Romanian Leu)
1 Week n/a   13 Weeks n/a  
4 Weeks n/a   52 Weeks n/a  
Electroaparataj SA Key Data:
  Ticker: ELJ Country: Romania
  Exchanges: Major Industry: Capital Goods
    Sub Industry: Switchgear & Switchboard Apparatus
  2017 Sales 17,129,149
(Year Ending Jan 2018).
Employees: 341
  Currency: Romanian Leu Market Cap: 5,414,519
  Fiscal Yr Ends: December Shares Outstanding: 46,676,890
  Share Type: Closely Held Shares: 32,694,660
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