A.O. Smith Corp

-$5.42 (-6.1%)
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Asset Type Stock
Exchange NYSE
Currency USD
Country USA
Fiscal Year End December
Latest Quarter 12/31/2023
Market Cap 12,355.55M USD
Shares Outstanding 121,308,000
A.O. Smith Corp is a leading manufacturer of water heaters and boilers, catering to both residential and commercial needs globally, including in North America, China, Europe, and India. The company's extensive product line includes gas and electric water heaters, heat pumps, and a variety of water treatment products like softeners and filtration systems. A.O. Smith is known for its innovation in water heating and treatment solutions, serving a diverse clientele from homes and restaurants to large institutions like hospitals and schools. With a history dating back to 1874, A.O. Smith continues to expand its reach through a network of distributors, retail chains, and direct e-commerce sales.

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