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01/22/14 - $6.86
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21.2B
Average Volume 10 Days
311.3
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EX-Date
09/26/14
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Dividend
$10.01
Dividend Yield
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mitsubishi heavy industries (MHVYF) 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. 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.

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. Develops "Ge10A" Dry-Cut Hobbing Machine Enabling High-Speed, High-Precision Machining of Small Automotive Gears

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. has completed the development of a new model in its best-selling "GE series" of dry-cut hobbing machines. The GE10A is ideally suited to mass production of small-diameter gears of the kind used in vehicle automatic transmission systems. Through a variety of innovations enabling machining with outstanding speed and efficiency, the GE10A delivers superlative productivity. The new offering will be making its debut at the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS 2014) to be held in Chicago on September 8-13. MHI expects to market the GE10A primarily to automakers in North America. The GE10A can accommodate gears with diameters up to 100 millimeters (mm). Radial and axial travel speed are both 20,000mm per minute, double the speeds of earlier products; the higher speeds have been achieved through the adoption of direct drive motors in the main spindle and table. Workpiece changing time has also been shortened by use of a high-speed loader, reducing idle time to 2 seconds, less than half the idle time with current models. For outstanding machining efficiency, the cutting length of the hob has been extended to 300mm and the tool's service life has been increased 1.7-fold. Idle time has been reduced by the incorporation of features including: a structure enabling simple set-up changes, without use of tools, of the grips used for handling workpieces, achieved through the adoption of a boltless design; and automatic tool changes in 90 seconds at the push of a button (optional). In addition, the GE10A machines can be used with CNC control units made by Siemens, which are widely used on production floors in the U.S. and Europe; this now offers a choice between this German brand and CNCs made by Fanuc. As a measure against thermal displacement, cooling mechanisms have been incorporated into the main spindle and table, enabling high machining precision. North America is currently undergoing a trend toward multimode automatic transmissions, and this is resulting in increased numbers of sun gears located at the center of the planetary gear unit as well as the pinion gears that make up planetary gears. Gears are also becoming increasingly smaller and higher in precision. In light of these developments, MHI will leverage its broad lineup of dry-cut hobbing machines for everything from rough processing to finishing to propose new solutions for mass-producing the smaller and higher-precision gears demanded on automatic transmission system production floors.

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. Develops "GE Series" of Dry-Cut Hobbing Machines

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. (MHI) has completed the development of a new model in its "GE series" of dry-cut hobbing machines. The GE10A is ideally suited to mass production of small-diameter gears of the kind used in vehicle automatic transmission systems. Through a variety of innovations enabling machining with outstanding speed and efficiency, the GE10A delivers superlative productivity. The new offering will be making its debut at the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS 2014) to be held in Chicago on August 8-13. MHI expects to market the GE10A primarily to automakers in North America. The GE10A can accommodate gears with diameters up to 100 millimeters (mm). Radial and axial travel speed are both 20,000mm per minute, double the speeds of earlier products; the higher speeds have been achieved through the adoption of direct drive motors in the main spindle and table. Workpiece changing time has also been shortened by use of a high-speed loader, reducing idle time to 2 seconds, less than half the idle time with current models. For outstanding machining efficiency, the cutting length of the hob has been extended to 300mm and the tool's service life has been increased 1.7-fold. Idle time has been reduced by the incorporation of features including: a structure enabling simple set-up changes, without use of tools, of the grips used for handling workpieces, achieved through the adoption of a boltless design; and automatic tool changes in 90 seconds at the push of a button (optional). In addition, the GE10A machines can be used with CNC control units made by Siemens, this now offers a choice between this German brand and CNCs made by Fanuc. As a measure against thermal displacement, cooling mechanisms have been incorporated into the main spindle and table, enabling high machining precision.

 

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