Denso Corporation is one of Japan's leading automotive component manufacturers, developing technologies enabling electrification, automation, and connectivity of vehicles. The company manufacturers combustion and hybrid engine vehicle components, climate control systems, and air-bag systems, among others. Moreover, Denso is active in the field of industrial automation as well, producing a line of industrial robots.
Denso generated total revenues of around five trillion Japanese yen in its 2021 financial year (or about 44 billion U.S. dollars). In the same year, the company held assets worth roughly 6.8 trillion Japanese yen (approximately equal to some 62 billion U.S. dollars).
Denso is a global corporation with a presence in over 30 countries; however, Denso's domestic market is its largest source of revenue. In 2021, the company generated almost 3.2 trillion Japanese yen from sales in Japan alone, which translates into some 52 percent of total sales. Denso’s next two largest markets are the rest of Asia and North America. Many subsidiaries are found within the Denso conglomerate which has some 168,000 employees worldwide. More than 79,000 – about 47 percent – of Denso’s employees are based in Japan.
Note: The exchange rate was correct as of March 31, 2021, when one Japanese yen bought approximately 0.00906 U.S. dollars.
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