What kind of company is Lixil?

Lixil Corporation (LIXIL株式会社, Lixil kabushiki-kaisha) is a Japanese manufacturer of building materials and housing equipment, headquartered in Tokyo.

Who owns Lixil group?

(later Tostem Corporation; currently LIXIL Corporation) is founded by Kenjiro Ushioda.

Where is Lixil headquarters?

Chiyoda City, Tokyo, JapanLixil Group / Headquarters

How many employees does Lixil have?

65,000 colleagues
With over 65,000 colleagues in more than 150 countries, we are proud to make products that touch the lives of more than a billion people every day.

What brands does LIXIL own?

Our LIXIL brand portfolio includes Global Product brands such as INAX, GROHE and American Standard, Product Brands in Japan such as EXSIOR and Specialties such as COBRA and DXV. We are proud that our brands touch the lives of more than a billion people every day.

Is LIXIL a public company?

(Code: 5938) We are listed under Tokyo Stock Exchange and Nagoya Stock Exchange.

When did LIXIL buy Grohe?

January 2014
January 2014. The Grohe Group, one of the world’s leading providers of sanitary fittings, has entered into an agreement with Lixil Corporation and Development Bank of Japan in relation to the sale of an 87.5% equity interest in Grohe Group from TPG and DLJ Merchant Banking Partners.

Is LIXIL a good company?

LIXIL is rated 3.9 out of 5, based on 74 reviews by employees on AmbitionBox. LIXIL is known for Company culture which is rated at the top and given a rating of 3.9. However, Career growth is rated the lowest at 3.4 and can be improved.

Is LIXIL part of Grohe?

What is LIXIL mentorship program?

LIXIL mentorship program is an exclusive, one-on-one relationship between mentor and mentee where they connect over virtual sessions. LIXIL creates an opportunity for students to be with the mentors under one platform and aims for a single mission – “Creative Learning”.

What is Lixil water technology?

SHARE. At LIXIL, we use the power of water to make bathroom and kitchen products that matter to people, today and in the future. We believe bathrooms are not just functional spaces for cleaning and washing; they are places of personal comfort, relaxation, and transformation.

Who bought Grohe?

Luxury bathroom fittings maker Grohe has agreed to a takeover offer from Japanese building materials company Lixil. Under the deal Lixil and the Development Bank of Japan have agreed to buy an 87.5% stake in the German firm, valuing it at $4.1bn (£2.5bn).