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2.3T
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18.4M
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3.4B
EX-Date
03/27/15
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Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. engineers, manufactures, and sells heavy machinery worldwide. It operates in four segments: Machinery, Equipment & Infrastructure; Energy & Environment; Integrated Defense & Space Systems; and Commercial Aviation & Transportation Systems. The Machinery, Equipment & Infrastructure segment offers products that form the foundation of industrial development, such as machine tools, material handling, construction machinery, and air-conditioning and refrigeration systems. This segment primarily provides compressors, metals machinery, environmental systems, mechatronics systems, industry and precision instruments, advanced mechanical systems, hydraulics and machinery, other equipment, turbochargers, automotive thermal systems, engines, material handling equipment, and agricultural machinery. The Energy & Environment segment offers optimal solutions in the energy-related fields of thermal power, nuclear power, and renewable energy; water and flue gas treatment; marine machinery and engines; power systems; and chemical plants and other industrial infrastructure elements. The Integrated Defense & Space Systems segment provides integrated land, sea, air, and space defense systems, including warships, naval ships, defense aircraft, launch vehicles, missile systems, defense aero engines and control equipment, maritime systems, space systems, and rockets and special vehicles, as well as space related services. The Commercial Aviation & Transportation Systems segment delivers advanced land, sea, and air transportation systems, including civilian aircraft, commercial ships, commercial aero engines, and transit networks, as well as shipbuilding and ocean development services. 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 14 New Models in its ‘Hyper Inverter’ Series of Packaged Air Conditioners

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. developed 14 new models in its ‘Hyper Inverter’ series of packaged air conditioners: 4 outdoor units and 10 ceiling suspended indoor units. All new models deliver outstanding efficiency complying with Japan's new 2015 energy saving standards. 4 of the 10 new indoor units achieve one of the high APF ratings in the industry. All 14 new offerings are easier to install than current models. Marketing of the new outdoor units in Japan will commence in mid-December; the new indoor units will launch in mid-January. The new outdoor units feature APF values of 5.1 with the 8HP (horsepower) type and 4.8 with the 10HP type. Both types are 1,505 mm in height, 970mm in width and 370mm in depth and 165 kg in weight, making them some 40% smaller (in volume ratio) and 25% lighter than current offerings. To enable usage in more severe ambient temperatures, the air conditioners' performance has been enhanced by extending the permissible cooling range from 43degCDB (dry bulb temperature) to 50degCDB and extending the corresponding heating range from -15degCWB (wet bulb temperature) to -20degCWB. All new outdoor units are provided with built-in renewal kits that enable use of existing refrigerant piping when the system equipment undergoes replacement. A choice of four refrigerant piping directions (front, side, down, rear) is possible and freedom of piping layout has been improved by bigger hole size than that of current models. Transport and transfer of the units has been easier by use of four handles (front, rear, left, right) located at the same level. Installation and service works have also been significantly improved through the addition of wire insertion holes for fall prevention and a transparent cover to protect the units against rain. The 10 new indoor units are offered in a lineup from P40 (1.5HP) to P160 (6HP) type. Through the adoption of high-performance DC (direct current) fan motors, etc., APF values are 5.6 with the P40 type, 5.3 with the P50, 5.4 with the P63 and 5.6 with the P112 - all among the top values in their respective classes. Dimensions have been trimmed by approximately 20% from current models (in volume ratio): the P50 and P56 type, which earlier featured a medium-size matrix, in the new models incorporate a small-scale matrix enabling dimensions of 210mm in height, 1,070mm in width and 690mm in depth. In the six models ranging from P63 to P160, weight has been reduced by more than 10% by reducing the number of blower motors from two to one. As an option, indoor units can be equipped with an automatic up-and-down front panel for lowering the filter for easy cleaning. The panel's up-and-down range has been substantially extended from 1.6m to 4m. This added convenience makes it possible to clean the units' filter installed in high ceilings.

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. Receives Order for New Automated People Mover System at Tampa International Airport in Florida

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. (MHI) has received an order to construct an Automated People Mover system at the Tampa International Airport in the State of Florida. Completion is scheduled for 2017. The order comes on the heels of MHI's award of a contract on three APM systems for the Orlando International Airport, also in Florida, this past July, and it brings up the total number of MHI's APM systems ordered in the U.S. to eight. With the latest order MHI has now been contracted to supply APM systems to all major airports in the State of Florida. The new order was placed by the Hillsborough County Aviation Authority through Mitsubishi Heavy Industries America Inc., an MHI group company. In the 1970s Tampa International Airport became the world's first airport to operate an APM system linking its terminals; but in recent years, in tandem with plans to modernize its terminals and create a new Consolidated Rental Car Facility, construction of a new APM system connecting the new facilities to the main terminal became an urgent issue. Under the terms of the new order, MHI will build the new 1.4-mile (2.3-kilometer) line and supply 12 new train cars. The contract also includes five years of system Operations &Maintenance after construction is completed, with two additional five-year options, which will be performed together with the Florida-headquartered joint venture of MHIA and Sumitomo Corporation-Crystal Mover Services Inc. The new order for a new APM system at Tampa International Airport reflects the high acclaim of the reliability, technological strength and capacity to carry out construction demonstrated by MHI's proven track record in deliveries and operations around the world. With the latest order, MHI will continue to drive the worldwide market and contribute to a more sustainable future.

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. Reports Earnings Results for the First Six Months Ended September 30, 2014; Provides Earnings Guidance for the Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 2015

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. has reported that net income for the first six months ended September 30, 2014 was JPY 38.02 billion, or JPY 11.33 per share, compared to JPY 32.81 billion, or JPY 9.78 per diluted share, for the same period ended September 30, 2013. Net sales for the first six months ended September 30, 2014 were JPY 1.76 trillion, compared to JPY 1.5 trillion for the same period ended September 30, 2013. Gross profit for the first six months ended September 30, 2014 was JPY 371.6 billion, compared to JPY 278.44 billion for the same period ended September 30, 2013. Operating income for the first six months ended September 30, 2014 was JPY 118.27 billion, compared to JPY 75.47 billion for the same period ended September 30, 2013. For the fiscal year ending March 31, 2015, the company expects net sales to be JPY 4 trillion. For the fiscal year ending March 31, 2015, the company expects operating income to be JPY 260 billion, ordinary income to be JPY 230 billion and net income to be JPY 100 billion.

 

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