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¥357.00
Previous Close
¥356.00
Day High
¥357.00
Day Low
¥355.00
52 Week High
01/20/14 - ¥496.00
52 Week Low
06/27/13 - ¥283.00
Market Cap
595.2B
Average Volume 10 Days
10.4M
EPS TTM
¥20.81
Shares Outstanding
1.7B
EX-Date
03/27/14
P/E TM
17.1x
Dividend
¥6.00
Dividend Yield
1.69%
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Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd., together with its subsidiaries, manufactures and sells transportation equipment and industrial goods. The company’s Ship and Offshore Structure segment manufactures and sells LNG and LPG carriers, container ships, bulk carriers, crude oil carriers, submarines, car carriers, and other vessels. Its Rolling Stock segment produces and sells rolling stocks, such as electric trains, coaches, freight cars, electric locomotives, and diesel locomotives, as well as snow plows. The company’s Aerospace segment engages in the production and sale of aircrafts, helicopters, and space related equipment, as well as wind tunnel and noise testing, and fluid analysis services. Its Gas Turbine and Machinery segment produces and sells jet engines and gas turbine generation systems; and industrial machines that include turbines and diesel engines, and aero and hydro-power machinery, as well as prime movers. The company’s Plant and Infrastructure segment manufactures and sells industrial equipment, boilers, environmental equipment, steel structures, crushers, and tanks for LNG and LPG, as well as shield machines for tunneling in underground construction projects. Its Motorcycle and Engine segment engages in the production and sale of motorcycles, personal watercraft, all-terrain vehicles, utility vehicles, and general purpose gasoline engines. The company’s Precision Machinery segment produces and sells hydraulic components, including pumps, motors, and valves; hydraulic systems and marine machinery; and industrial robots for automotive and electronics industries. Its Other segment engages in the production and sale of construction machinery; commercial activities; sales or order agency and intermediary activities; and administration of welfare facilities. The company sells its products primarily in Japan and other Asian countries, Europe, and the United States. Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd. was founded in 1878 and is headquartered in Kobe, Japan.

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kawasaki heavy industries (7012) Key Developments

RAO Energy System of East, Kawasaki Heavy and Sojitz Signs Two Construction Agreements for Two Mini Combined Heat-And-Power Plants in Artem and Vladivostok

RAO Energy System of East (ES of East), Kawasaki Heavy and Sojitz signed two agreements on the construction of two mini combined heat-and-power plants in Artem and Vladivostok. ES of East will be the project operator at all stages, from feasibility studies to securing permits. The Japanese companies will provide assistance in finding financing for the projects, and are also prepared to supply the necessary equipment for the plants if they win public tenders. The first phases of the power plants could come on line as early as 2015. Each plant will initially have electricity and heat capacity of 22 MW and 28 Gcal/h respectively, with potential for future expansion to cover potential demand. These plants could not only replace inefficient urban boiler houses, but also provide additional electricity and heat capacity for the development of residential areas in southern Primorye.

Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd. Announces Management Changes

Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd. has announced that, based on decisions made at a Board of Directors meeting earlier February 20, 2014, Makoto Sonoda, Representative Director and Senior Executive Vice President will be appointed to Director effective April 1, 2014. The company also announced that the following management changes will become effective April 1, 2014: New managing executive officers to be appointed: Kazuo Hida, President, Precision Machinery Company (currently Vice President, Precision Machinery Company); Kenji Tomida, General Manager, Corporate Planning Division (currently Vice President, Precision Machinery Company). New executive officers to be appointed: Ikuhiro Narimatsu, General Manager, Personnel & Labor Administration Division (currently Deputy General Manager Personnel & Labor Administration Division); Takeshi Asano, General Manager, Marketing & Sales Division, Motorcycle & Engine Company (currently assigned to Kawasaki Motors Corporation Japan); Toshiyuki Mimura, General Manager, Planning & Control Division, Plant & Infrastructure Company (currently to Kawasaki Motors Corporation Japan); Akio Nekoshima, General Manager, Finance & Accounting Division, (currently to Kawasaki Motors Corporation Japan). Executive Officers to be appointed new positions: Takafumi Shibahara, Assisting to corporate auditors (currently General Manager Personnel & Labor Administration Division); Masafumi Nakagawa, Assigned to Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A. (currently General Manager Marketing & Sales Division Motorcycle & Engine Company); Kaoru Kawabe, Vice President Ship & Offshore Structure Company (currently General Manager Kobe Shipyard Ship & Offshore Structure Company); Hiroji Iwasaki, General Manager, Planning & Control Division, Rolling Stock Company (currently in charge of planning & control, and marketing & sales Rolling Stock Company); Retiring executive officers as of March 31, 2014 was Takeshi Sugawara, Yoshizumi Hashimoto, Minoru Akioka and Yugo Nakagami.

Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd. Signs Shipbuilding Contract with Island Offshore Shipholding LP

Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd. announced that it has signed a shipbuilding contract with Island Offshore Shipholding LP (Island Offshore) for one vessel to be built according to the Mobile Offshore Unit (MOU) regulations. The unit is a UT 777 vessel designed by Rolls Royce and Island Offshore in close cooperation. The topside handling equipment will be delivered by National Oilwell. Emphasis has been placed on designing and outfitting the vessel for optimal subsea operations and Island Offshore has built-in experience from operating equivalent units over the last 10 years. Kawasaki will build the vessel at its Kobe shipyard and carry out the necessary engineering work for the construction together with Rolls Royce. The vessel is scheduled for delivery in the first quarter of 2017.

 

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