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Open
¥625.50
Previous Close
¥601.40
Day High
¥634.30
Day Low
¥623.00
52 Week High
01/16/14 - ¥730.00
52 Week Low
05/8/14 - ¥530.00
Market Cap
2.1T
Average Volume 10 Days
18.0M
EPS TTM
¥50.46
Shares Outstanding
3.4B
EX-Date
03/27/15
P/E TM
12.5x
Dividend
¥10.00
Dividend Yield
1.42%
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mitsubishi heavy industries (7011) Details

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. engineers, manufactures, and sells heavy machinery worldwide. The company’s Shipbuilding & Ocean Development segment offers LNG, LPG, car, and crude oil carriers; and cruise ships, car ferries, container and other ships, defense and patrol vessels, marine structures, etc. Its Power Systems segment provides boilers, steam and gas turbines, water and wind turbine plants, geothermal power plants, SCR systems, marine machinery, pumps, desalination plants, lithium-ion secondary batteries, pressurized water reactor nuclear power plants and equipment, reactor plants, nuclear fuel cycle plants, etc. The company’s Machinery & Steel Infrastructure Systems offers toll and fare collection machinery and other ITS equipment, petrochemical plants, flue gas desulfurization systems, flue gas CO2 recovery plants and other chemical plants, oil and gas production systems, waste treatment equipment, compressors and turbines, iron and steel machinery, medical systems, transportation equipment, cranes and material handling systems, rubber and tire machinery, bridges, hydraulic gates, stacks, vertical parking garages, social infrastructure, injection molding machines, food and packing machinery, printing machinery, etc. Its Aerospace Systems segment provides jet fighters, helicopters, commercial transport aircraft, and other aircraft; and structural parts and components of aircraft, aeroengines, missiles, torpedoes, space systems, etc. The company’s General Machinery & Special Vehicles segment offers forklift trucks, construction machinery, engines, turbochargers, agricultural machinery, tractors and special vehicles, etc. Its Others segment provides commercial-and residential-use air conditioners, automotive thermal systems, transport refrigeration units, centrifugal chillers, etc.; and machine tools, precision cutting tools, power transmissions, etc. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. was founded in 1884 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.

80,583 Employees
Last Reported Date: 06/26/14
Founded in 1884

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Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. Develops Double-Headed Helical Broaching Machine, Dubbed BH50-17

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. has developed a double-headed helical broaching machine, dubbed the BH50-17, capable of machining of a workpiece in 22 seconds at the fast, the short time in its class. The BH50-17 also can perform simultaneous machining of two workpieces of different types at a time. The new unit incorporates advanced technologies of Federal Broach Holdings, LLC. By keeping the machine height to 5 meters (m), the BH50-17 achieves a compact size suitable for installation in standard factories in the Asian markets, including Japan. A type of internal gear used in applications including automotive transmission systems. Double-headed helical broaching machine BH50-17 Helical broach machines are machine tools that perform machining of internal helical gears, that is ring-shaped gears with oblique tooth leads on the inner surfaces. The helical broach cutters, a long bar-shaped cutting tool, draws material out of a workpiece as it rotates, to form an oblique tooth leads. The BH50-17 was developed to meet usage conditions in Japan and Asia based on a model that Federal Broach has already delivered in volumes primarily to the U.S. automakers. The adoption of 52-kilowatt (kW) high-power motors enables broaching at a rate of 25 tons per axis, while the adoption of a square (box) guide in the straight axis has enhanced mechanical rigidity and achieved high-speed, high-precision machining. The BH50-17 also features two servo motors that enable independent control of two tables, a configuration that permits simultaneous double-headed machining of two different workpieces. The achievement of a compact machine enables easy installation without a pit. The maintenance ease of the machine also has been enhanced through adoption of a crane for changing two different types of tool that enables smooth tool changes, as well as thorough cutting dust treatment, etc. Helical ring gears form the outer ring of planetary gears. The new BH50-17 will be introduced in a panel display at the Japan International Machine Tool Fair (JIMTOF) to take place at Tokyo Big Sight (Ariake) from October 30 through November 4.

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. Receives Order for Very Large LPG Carrier from Astomos Energy

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. received an order from Astomos Energy Corporation for a very large liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) carrier. The LPG carrier on order is identical to vessels ordered to MHI by Astomos Energy late last year and again this past spring. The carrier will provide the high level of energy-saving performance, flexibility to accommodate major LPG terminals around the globe, and specifications suited to passage through the newly expanding Panama Canal. Completion and delivery of the ship are scheduled for the second half of 2016. The newly ordered LPG carrier will measure 230.0 meters (m) in length overall (LOA), 36.6m in width and 11.1m in draft, with gross tonnage of 48,300 tons (t) and deadweight tonnage of 51,100t. It will have capacity to carry up to 83,000 cubic meters (m3) of LPG. The adoption of MHI’s unique hull design and other features will provide the carrier with superlative fuel efficiency and outstanding adaptability to the diverse connecting conditions of the world’s LPG terminals. The ship will also be equipped with the industry’s most advanced systems, including mooring arrangement, to enable passage through the newly expanding Panama Canal, which is expected to become operable early in 2016. Construction, as with the two previously ordered vessels, will be carried out at MHI’s Nagasaki Shipyard & Machinery Works.

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. Plans to Establish New Global Business Innovation Department

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. has announced that it will implement changes to its technology and innovation, and global business planning and operations headquarters. This reportedly includes the establishment of a new Global Business Innovation Department integrating the functions of the two headquarters. The organizational revamp is aimed at strengthening the business competitiveness of the MHI Group by reinforcing the intelligence functions and through enhancing support to business expansion and risk management. The new Global Business Innovation Department will integrate the analytic function of the market/technology needs belonging to the Technology & Innovation Headquarters' Business Process Innovation Department and the region-specific needs survey functions of the Global Business Planning & Operations Headquarters' International Business Promotion Department. The new entity will support the creation of business plans and technology development plans through the development of diverse strategies and ideas for expanding and strengthening business.

 

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