Founded in 1935 as a maker of caustic soda, Tosoh (a Japanese abbreviation of oriental soda) still produces caustic soda but has expanded into a number of other areas. Today the company divides its business into four groups: chlor-alkali, petrochemicals, specialty, and engineering. Tosoh's basic chemicals include polyvinyl chloride (PVC), vinyl chloride monomer (VCM), and chlorine. Its petrochemicals include olefins and aromatics such as benzene, toluene, and ethylene. Tosoh has been building up its higher-margin specialty chemicals like ethylene amines and specialty materials such as quartz. The company has more than 130 affiliates worldwide.
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EMPLOYEES (All Sites)
- ASSETS (MIL USD) 7,942
REVENUE (MIL USD)
- TICKER SYMBOL 4042
- Incorporated 1935
- FISCAL YEAR END MAR
- SALES GROWTH % 4.68%
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