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16-5 Konan 2-chome

Minato-ku

Shinagawa

Tokyo, 108-8215

Japan

Phone: 81 3 6716 3111

Fax: 81 3 6716 5800

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. engages in the manufacture and sale of heavy machineries in Japan, North America, Asia, Western Europe, and Others. Business Segments The company's business segments include Shipbuilding & Ocean Development; Power Systems; Machinery & Steel Structures; Aerospace; and Mass and Medium-Lot Manufactured Machinery. Shipbuilding & Ocean Development The company, through its Shipbuilding & Ocean Development segment, engages in the development and construction of a range of vessels and ocean structures that satisfy various customer needs. It involves in the manufacturing, installation, sale, and repair of crude oil carriers, container ships, cruise ships, car ferries, LPG carriers, LNG carriers, and various other ships, defense vessels, and offshore structures. Power Systems The Power Systems Segment develops energy conservation measures, petroleum substitutes, and new forms of energy to help solve the common problems faced by human beings. It involves in the manufacturing, installation, sale, and repair of boilers, steam turbines, gas turbines, diesel engines, water turbines, wind turbines, SCR (DeNOx) systems, marine machinery, and desalination plants. In the nuclear energy field, it involves in the manufacturing, installation, sale, and repair of nuclear power plants and equipment, advanced reactor plants, and nuclear fuel cycle plants. Machinery & Steel Structures The Machinery & Steel Structures Segment offers a range of environmental and chemical plants, transportation systems, bridges, cranes and material handling systems, iron and steel manufacturing machinery, compressors, and other products that help to create foundations for industry or are related to the infrastructure vital to society. It engages in the manufacture, installation, sale, and repair of transportation systems, toll and fare collection machinery and other ITS equipment, petrochemical plants, flue gas desulfurization systems, flue gas CO2 recovery plants and various other chemical plants, oil and gas production plants, compressors and turbines, iron and steel manufacturing machinery, automotive products, medical systems, semiconductor production equipment and other advanced equipment, transportation equipment, cranes and materialhandling systems, rubber and tire machinery, waste treatment equipment, electrostatic precipitator and various other environmental control systems, bridges, hydraulic gates, stacks, parking systems, tanks, and various other steel products. Aerospace The Aerospace Segment conducts research and development programs underpinned by technologies to prepare for the advent of the next space age. It engages in the manufacture, installation, sale, and repair of fighters, helicopters and other aircraft; structural parts and components of commercial transport aircraft; aero engines, missiles, torpedoes, and space systems; launch services via launch vehicles; and Mitsubishi Regional Jet. Mass and Medium-Lot Manufactured Machinery In the General Machinery & Special Vehicles business, the company develops and manufactures products, such as forklift trucks, construction machinery, earthmoving and grading machinery, medium and small-sized engines, turbochargers, agricultural machinery, tractors, and special vehicles. The Air-conditioning & Refrigeration Systems business offers a lineup of air-conditioning products, such as air-conditioners (commercial use and residential); automotive thermal systems; and chilling systems. This segment also includes the Paper & Printing Machinery business, which meets a range of customer needs in Japan and overseas as a specialist player in printing and paper converting machinery. It offers sheet-fed offset presses, commercial Web offset presses, newspaper offset presses, corrugating machinery, and box making machines. Through its Machine Tool business, this division also supplies the ‘mother machines’ of industry. It supplies precision cutting tools, engine valves, and power transmissions. The Industrial Machinery business manufactures injection molding machines used in the production of plastic products; beverage filling and packaging machines; and other industrial machinery. Significant Events On October 13, 2009, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. has concluded an agreement with the EGAT Public Company Limited to establish a joint venture company (JV) to provide repair services for gas turbine components that are exposed to very high temperatures. History Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. was founded in 1950.

 

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