006405.KS - Samsung SDI Co., Ltd.

KSE - KSE Delayed Price. Currency in KRW
90,700.00
0.00 (0.00%)
At close: 3:30PM KST
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Previous Close90,700.00
Open90,200.00
Bid84,300.00 x 0
Ask90,500.00 x 0
Day's Range90,100.00 - 90,800.00
52 Week Range80,800.00 - 103,000.00
Volume777
Avg. Volume3,506
Market Cap15.577T
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.61
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield1,050.00 (1.17%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-12-27
1y Target EstN/A
  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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

    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.