006400.KS - Samsung SDI Co., Ltd.

KSE - KSE Delayed Price. Currency in KRW
246,500.00
+5,000.00 (+2.07%)
At close: 3:30PM KST
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Previous Close241,500.00
Open237,500.00
Bid248,000.00 x 0
Ask248,500.00 x 0
Day's Range237,500.00 - 247,500.00
52 Week Range194,000.00 - 263,500.00
Volume205,382
Avg. Volume222,723
Market Cap16.283T
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.71
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateOct 28, 2019 - Nov 2, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield1,000.00 (0.41%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-12-27
1y Target Est311,333.00
  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents

    Edited Transcript of 006400.KS earnings conference call or presentation 30-Jul-19 6:00am GMT

    Q2 2019 Samsung SDI Co Ltd Earnings Call

  • Benzinga

    Volvo Group Creates Alliance With Samsung SDI For Electric Truck Batteries

    Volvo Group (NASDAQ: VLVLY) and Samsung SDI Co. Ltd. (KSE:006400) will jointly develop batteries for Volvo's electric trucks. The Swedish truck maker delivered its first battery-powered FE refuse truck and FL straight truck in February to European customers. Third-party logistics hauler NFI Industries expects to receive the first electric VNR later this year for testing as part of the 16-member Volvo LIGHTS consortium working on all aspects of electro-mobility in California.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-South Korea's POSCO drops plans for Chilean battery material plant

    SANTIAGO/SEOUL, June 21(Reuters) - South Korea's POSCO has pulled out of a project to build battery parts in Chile, the Asian steelmaker said, little more than a year after winning guaranteed access to cheap lithium from top producer Albemarle. POSCO, together with partner Samsung SDI, won a 2018 Chilean government tender to build a battery-parts factory in the country's northern desert in exchange for a 27-year supply of low-cost lithium. The problem, POSCO told Reuters, is that the project it proposed requires lithium hydroxide, a type of the metal increasingly favored by makers of batteries for electric vehicles (EV) but one not produced by Albemarle in Chile.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Germany to support three battery cell alliances - economy minister

    Germany will award to three consortiums 1 billion euros ($1.12 billion) in funding it earmarked last year to support domestic battery cell production, Economy Minister Peter Altmaier told Reuters, part of a bid to cut carmakers' reliance on Asian supply. Securing a regional supply chain for electric vehicles (EVs) would help Germany achieve European Union goals to lower carbon emissions and cut fossil fuel consumption.

  • Reuters

    European lithium projects gain attention amid push toward electric vehicles

    European lithium projects are making a fresh push for capital, eager to supply the white metal to a burgeoning network of battery manufacturers and electric vehicle makers across the continent, the world's second-largest EV market after China. A regional EV supply chain would help achieve European Union goals to lower carbon emissions, cut fossil fuel consumption and strengthen the ability of the continent's automakers and battery makers to compete with Asian rivals CATL, LG Chem and Samsung. "I'm pretty impressed by what I see being built out for an electric vehicle supply chain in Europe," Chris Berry, an independent lithium analyst, said on the sidelines of this week's Fastmarkets Lithium Supply and Markets Conference in Santiago, the industry's largest annual gathering.

  • VW to Rework $56 Billion Battery Push on Samsung Deal Risk
    Bloomberg

    VW to Rework $56 Billion Battery Push on Samsung Deal Risk

    Samsung initially agreed to deliver batteries for just over 20 gigawatt hours, enough to power 200,000 cars with 100 kilowatt hour packs, before different views on production volume and schedule emerged during detailed negotiations, said the people, who asked not to be identified as the talks are confidential. The impasse cut pledged supplies to less than 5 gigawatt hours, they said. Access to vast amounts of batteries to power a growing number of electric vehicles has emerged as a new battleground for global automakers amid capacity constraints, supply bottlenecks and limited access to raw materials.

  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents

    Edited Transcript of 006400.KS earnings conference call or presentation 30-Apr-19 4:30am GMT

    Q1 2019 Samsung SDI Co Ltd Earnings Presentation

  • Samsung SDI Introduces New ESS Products at ‘ees Europe 2019’
    Business Wire

    Samsung SDI Introduces New ESS Products at ‘ees Europe 2019’

    - The company showcased the latest ESS technologies at the world's largest ESS exhibition

  • Reuters

    EIB lends Northvolt 350 mln euros for Europe's largest battery project

    Northvolt has secured a 350 million euro loan from the European Investment bank (EIB), the lender's largest ever direct financing of battery technology, as the Swedish startup raises funds to build Europe's biggest battery plant. The factory is critical to Europe's effort to compete with Asian rivals such as CATL, Samsung and LG Chem, which are leaders in the battery market after locking in supply deals with carmakers. Northvolt asked the EIB for the loan in September, part of a 1.5 billion euro fundraising, split equally between debt and equity, to build half of its planned 32 gigawatt hours (GWh) of annual battery capacity by 2023.

  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents

    Edited Transcript of 006400.KS earnings conference call or presentation 25-Jan-19 7:00am GMT

    Q4 2018 Samsung SDI Co Ltd Earnings Call

  • Apple hires former Samsung exec to lead its battery division
    Engadget

    Apple hires former Samsung exec to lead its battery division

    Apple has poached the head of Samsung's battery division to lead its own battery development efforts. Cupertino hired Samsung SDI's Soonho Ahn to become its Global Head of Battery Developments, Bloomberg has reported after spotting the major career move on his LinkedIn profile . Ahn has started working with Apple back in December 2018 after four years with Samsung, two years of which he spent as the SVP for Next Generation Batteries and Materials Innovation. He was in charge of developing new battery technologies not just for mobile devices, but also for electric vehicles and ebikes.

  • Apple Hires Samsung Battery Executive to Help Lead Its Own Work
    Bloomberg

    Apple Hires Samsung Battery Executive to Help Lead Its Own Work

    Soonho Ahn joined Apple in December as global head of battery developments, after working as a senior vice president at Samsung SDI since 2015, according to his LinkedIn profile. At Samsung SDI, Ahn led development of lithium battery packs and worked on "next-generation" battery technology, the profile says. Apple and Ahn didn’t respond to requests for comment.

  • Reuters

    Germany to fund research facility for EV battery technology

    The German government will fund a research facility to offer firms in Germany know-how to develop battery cells for electric vehicles (EVs), the science minister said on Wednesday, seeking to compete with Asian producers which dominate the industry. Anja Karliczek said her ministry would invest 500 million euros ($568 million) to support research into both existing and next-generation EV battery cell technology. "The German car industry shouldn't depend on Asian suppliers," Karliczek told a business conference in Berlin.

  • Reuters

    Toyota, Panasonic announce battery venture to expand EV push

    Toyota Motor Corp and Panasonic Corp are launching a joint venture next year to make electric vehicle (EV) batteries, leveraging the heft of one of the world's largest automakers and battery makers to expand their EV push. Toyota will own 51 percent of the joint venture, and Panasonic the rest, the two companies said in a joint statement on Tuesday, confirming previous reports. The joint venture, which builds on an initial lithium-ion battery partnership struck between the two companies in late 2017, reflects the aim of the Japanese companies to become a bigger global player in the battery industry, which is vital for the development of affordable EVs.

  • Reuters

    South Korea's SK Innovation bets on Europe, China electric vehicle demand

    South Korea's SK Innovation , a supplier of electric vehicle (EV) batteries to Daimler (DAIGn.DE) and Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE), aims to boost production capacity more than tenfold by 2022, betting on global demand. The company expects the battery business to break even in 2020, a senior manager said at a news conference on Wednesday at the company's plant in Seosan, a three-hour drive from Seoul. The outlook comes days after Mercedes maker Daimler said it would buy battery cells worth more than 20 billion euros ($23 billion) by 2030 as it readies mass production of hybrid and electric vehicles.

  • Reuters

    Recharge - LG and Samsung take heart as China flags more open car battery market

    SEOUL/BEIJING (Reuters) - For automotive battery makers LG Chem Ltd and Samsung SDI Co Ltd , the Chinese market has begun to offer promise after painful loss-making investments. The reason for their hardship: a government list of recommended battery suppliers published three years ago that became linked to generous car subsidies and did not include foreign firms. Since then, Chinese rivals led by Contemporary Amperex Technology (CATL) and BYD Co Ltd (1211.HK) have virtually locked up the world's biggest market for electric vehicle batteries.

  • Recharge: LG and Samsung take heart as China flags more open car battery market
    Reuters

    Recharge: LG and Samsung take heart as China flags more open car battery market

    SEOUL/BEIJING (Reuters) - For automotive battery makers LG Chem Ltd and Samsung SDI Co Ltd , the Chinese market has begun to offer promise after painful loss-making investments. The reason for their hardship: a government list of recommended battery suppliers published three years ago that became linked to generous car subsidies and did not include foreign firms. Since then, Chinese rivals led by Contemporary Amperex Technology (CATL) and BYD Co Ltd (1211.HK) have virtually locked up the world's biggest market for electric vehicle batteries.

  • Reuters

    Dutch start-up Lithium Werks considering European battery plant

    Dutch start-up Lithium Werks BV is considering Poland and other European countries for a storage battery plant alongside the 1.6 billion euro ($1.8 billion) one it plans to build in China, founder Kees Koolen told Reuters on Monday. Asian players such as CATL, Samsung and LG Chem have taken a lead in the market by locking in supply deals with manufacturers of electric cars, leaving Europe scrambling to catch up. Sweden's Northvolt is aiming to build Europe's biggest battery cell plant in its home market and said earlier this year it had also partnered with South Bay Solutions, a supplier of U.S. electric carmaker Tesla, to jointly set up a plant in Gdansk in Poland.

  • Reuters

    Daimler to buy £18 billion of battery cells for electric car drive

    Daimler (DAIGn.DE) will buy battery cells worth more than 20 billion euros (18 billion pounds) by 2030 as it readies mass production of hybrid and electric vehicles, the maker of Mercedes-Benz cars said on Tuesday. The company is one of a number of German automakers massively expanding in electric vehicles as European regulators clamp down on toxic diesel emissions. "With extensive orders for battery cells until the year 2030, we set another important milestone for the electrification of our future electric vehicles," Wilko Stark, who oversees procurement and supplier quality on the board of Mercedes-Benz Cars, said in a statement.

  • Reuters

    VW embarks on $50 billion electrification plan

    Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE) expects to become the most profitable manufacturer of electric cars thanks to a multi-billion euro expansion plan to mass produce battery driven vehicles, Chief Executive Herbert Diess said on Friday. VW will spend almost 44 billion euros ($50 billion) on developing electric cars, autonomous driving and new mobility services by 2023 and explore further areas of cooperation with U.S. automaker Ford. Diess said he hoped to have an outline agreement on cooperation with Ford fleshed out by the end of the year, with the initial focus on commercial vehicles.

  • Reuters

    Factbox: Plans for electric vehicle battery production in Europe

    The Swedish company, headed by a former Tesla executive, aims to build Europe's biggest lithium-ion battery factory, producing 32 gigawatt hours (GWh) of battery cells a year by 2023, rivalling Tesla's U.S. "gigafactory". It has partnered with German carmaker BMW ahead of plans to raise 1.5 billion euros in debt and equity to build an initial 8 GWh of capacity and has asked for a 400 million euro loan from the European Investment Bank.