Alps Denki
Unternehmensform Kabushiki-gaisha (Aktiengesellschaft)
Gründung 1. November 1948
Unternehmenssitz Ōta, Tokio

Masataka Kataoka (CEO)

Mitarbeiter 6.240 (Stand: 1. April 2008)[1]
Branche Elektronik

Alps Denki K.K. (jap. アルプス電気株式会社, Arupusu denki kabushiki-gaisha, engl. Alps Electric Co., Ltd.) ist ein japanisches Unternehmen mit Firmensitz in Tokio.

Das Unternehmen ist im Aktienindex Nikkei 225 gelistet. Alps stellt Konsumgüter in der Elektronikbranche her. Zu den Produkten gehören unter anderem Switches, Sensoren, Fernsehtuner, Bluetooth- und WLAN-Module, Drucker, Gamecontroller und der Automotivbranche.[1]


Das Unternehmen wurde am 1. November 1948 unter dem Firmennamen Kataoka Denki K.K. (片岡電気株式会社) gegründet.


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