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C ontents

C reed 01
An O utline of the C om pany
C over 02
O utline 03
O bjects of the C om pany 04
Brief History 05
Foundation 06
C I Statem ent 07
Stock
C over 08
Stock Inform ation,M ajor Shareholders,C lassified by Types of Shareholders 09
Board of Directors and C orporate O fficers
C over 11
Board of Directors and C orporate O fficers 12
O rganization C hart
C over 16
O rganization C hart 17
Statem ent of Accounts
C over 18
Statem ent of Accounts (C onsolidated) 19
Statem ent of Accounts (Non-consolidated) 26
Personnel
C over 28
Personnel 29
Business Segm ents & Divisions
C over 31
Shipbuilding & O cean Developm ent 32
Power System s 41
Nuclear Energy System s 48
M achinery & Steel Infrastructure System s 52
Environm ental & C hem ical Plant Division 62
Transportation System s & Advanced Technology Division 63
Industrial M achinery Business, Technology & Solutions Division 65
Aerospace System s 67
G eneral M achinery & Special Vehicles 73
Air-C onditioning & Refrigeration System s 78
M achine Tool 83
W orks
C over 87
Nagasaki Shipyard & M achinery W orks 88
Kobe Shipyard & M achinery W orks 89
Shim onoseki Shipyard & M achinery W orks 90
Yokoham a Dockyard & M achinery W orks 91
Takasago M achinery W orks 92
Nagoya Aerospace System s W orks 93
Nagoya G uidance & Propulsion System s W orks 94
Research & Developm ent
C over 95
Research & Developm ent O rganization 96
Research & Developm ent C enters 97
Recent M ain Research & Developm ent Activities 99
Research & Developm ent C osts 103
Technical License Agreem ents 104
Intellectual Property 105
G roup C om panies of M itsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.
C over 106
G roup C om panies of M itsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. 107
G roup Business Status 108
Statem ent of O verseas Activities
C over 120
O verseas Network 121
O verseas Sales 122
M ajor Supply Records 123
Society & Environm ent
C over 131
C orporate Social Responsibility 132
M anagem ent 133
Environm ental Report 136
Social Report 138
M itsubishi M inatom irai Industrial M useum
C over 139
M itsubishi M inatom irai Industrial M useum 140
Address List
C over 142
Address List 143
PR m aterials
C over 151
PR m aterials 152

Creed
I䯺We sfrongIy beIieve fhof fhe cusfomer
comes firsf ond fhof we ore obIigofed
fo be on innovofive porfner fo sociefy.
Z. We bose our ocfivifies on honesfy,
hormony, ond o cIeor disfincfion
befween pubIic ond privofe Iife.
3. We shoII sfrive for innovofive
monogemenf ond fechnoIogicoI
deveIopmenf from on infernofionoI
perspecfive.

Reason for Instituting the Creed
In Japan there are many enterprises with their own
"creeds" which simply represent their management
concept. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries,Ltd. has a creed
of this type, also. This creed was instituted in 1970 on
the basis of㩷 the policy advocated by Koyata Iwasaki,
president of Mitsubishi Goshi Kaisha in the 1920s, to
indicate the essential attitude of the company, the
mental attitude of the employees, and the future
directions of the company.㩷 The reason for instituting
the present creed is so that all of us can call to mind
our one hundred years of tradition, and strive for
further development in the future.

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Ⅰ. An Outline of the
Company
Outline
Objects of the Company
Brief History
Foundation
CI Statement
2
Ⅰ. An Outline of the Company
1. Outline
■Name of the Company in Foreign Language :
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.
■Head Office :
2-16-5 Konan, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 108-8215 Japan
Phone : 81-3-6716-3111
Fax : 81-3-6716-5800
■President :
Hideaki Omiya
■Foundation :
July 7, 1884
■Establishment :
January 11, 1950
■Capital :
265.6 bil. yen (As of March 31, 2011)
■Orders Received :
2,995.4 bil. yen (consolidated basis, April 1, 2010 - March 31, 2011)
2,159.1 bil. yen (non-consolidated basis, April 1, 2010 - March 31, 2011)
■Sales :
2,903.7 bil. yen (consolidated basis, April 1, 2010 - March 31, 2011)
2,188.5 bil. yen (non-consolidated basis, April 1, 2010 - March 31, 2011)
■Domestic Offices :
8
■Research & Development Centers :
6
■Works :
14
■Overseas Offices :
10
■Employees :
33,031 (As of March 31, 2011)
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Ⅰ. An Outline of the Company
2. Objects of the Company
●The objects of the Company shall be to engage in the following businesses :
(1) building, sale, repair and salvaging and scrapping of ships and defense vessels;
(2) manufacture, sale and repair of special motor vehicles, railway rolling-stock and special
armored vehicles;
(3) manufacture, sale and repair of aircraft, space systems and missiles;
(4) manufacture, installation, sale and repair of turbines, boilers, internal combustion
engines, hydraulic turbines, nuclear equipment and other power systems;
(5) manufacture, installation, sale and repair of iron and steel manufacturing machinery,
ceramic machinery, mining machinery, chemical machinery, textile machinery, pulp and
paper making machinery, box making machinery, printing machinery, plastic processing
machinery, rubber and tire machinery, machine tools and tools, construction machinery,
refrigerating machinery, air-conditioning machinery, agricultural machinery, machinery
for cargo-hoisting and transportation, food machinery, packing machinery, blowers,
compressors, wind tunnels, hydraulic machinery, oil hydraulic equipment, pneumatic
control equipment, electric and electronic machinery and equipment, medical machinery
and various other machinery, equipment and apparatus for industrial and general use;
(6) manufacture, installation, sale and repair of air pollution prevention equipment, water
corruption prevention equipment, solid waste treatment equipment and other pollution
prevention and environmental improvement equipment;
(7) manufacture, installation, sale and repair of bridges, hydraulic gates, stacks, offshore
facilities and other steel structures and various iron works;
(8) manufacture, sale and repair of defense arms;
(9) design, observation and execution of civil engineering and construction work;
(10) lease, engineering and technical assistance for those items mentioned in the foregoing
sub-paragraphs and manufacture and sale of parts thereof;
(11) lease, purchase, sale and administration of real property;
(12) supply of electricity and heat;
(13) disposal of general and industrial waste;
(14) launching of satellites; and
(15) all businesses incidental or relating to those items mentioned in the foregoing
subparagraphs.
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Ⅰ. An Outline of the Company
3. Brief History
1950
July 7, 1884
1870
1964
[Origin]
[Foundation]
[Merger of three companies]
[Establishment]
Nagasaki Forge of
Tokugawa Shogunate
1857
Government-owned
Nagasaki Iron Works
Government-owned
Nagasaki Shipyard
1868
Mitsubishi Shokai
Mitsubishi Steamship Co.
Mitsubishi Mail Steamship Co.
Mitsubishi-sha, Ltd.
1883
Mitsubishi Goshi Kaisha
Shipbuilding Division of
Mitsubishi Goshi Kaisha
Central Japan
Heavy Industries, Ltd.
Shin Mitsubishi
Heavy-Industries, Ltd.
Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Co., Ltd.
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
Mitsubishi-sha, Ltd.
Mitsubishi-honsha, Ltd.
Mitsubishi Steel Mfg. Co., Ltd.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.
East Japan
Heavy-Industries, Ltd.
Mitsubishi Nippon
Heavy-Industries, Ltd.
1952
West Japan
Heavy-Industries, Ltd.
Mitsubishi Shipbuilding &
Engineering Co., Ltd.
Mitsubishi Atomic Power
Industries, Inc.
Dissolution 1946
Tsukumo Shokai
Mitsubishi Internal
Combustion Engine Mfg. Co., Ltd.
Mitsubishi Internal
Combustion Engine Co., Ltd.
Mitsubishi Aircraft Co., Ltd.
Yokohama Dock Co., Ltd.
Mitsubishi Machine
Tool Mfg. Co., Ltd.
MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES, LTD.
Mitsubishi Motors Corporation
1873
1875
1875
1886
1893
1907
1917
1937
1943
1921
1942
1950
1952
1934
1920
1921
1928
1935
1945
1950
1952
1970
1995
5
Ⅰ. An Outline of the Company
4. Foundation
■The Date of Foundation
The Mitsubishi Mail Steamship Co., the predecessor to Mitsubishi Honsha, Ltd., got to its
start in the shipbuilding business on July 7, 1884 by leasing the Government-owned Nagasaki
Shipyard (the shipyard is now called Nagasaki Zosensho).
This work for this endeavor required much more than the takeover of the personnel, facilities,
and organization of a government shipyard. Indeed, this medium-sized steamship company
immediately took on projects commissioned by the government and began developing the
Japanese shipbuilding industry based on its own plans, and at its own risk. For this reason,
July 7, 1884 is now commemorated as the starting point for Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.
■Origin of the Mitsubishi Logo
The “Three Diamonds,” the company logo of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., originated
as a design by Tsukumo Shokai, one of the forefathers of the company, as an emblem on
the flag of a company ship. Tsukumo Shokai had designed the shape as a modification of
the family emblem of Yataro Iwasaki, the founder of Mitsubishi. After several transformations
(shown below), the present-day symbol came to be used for Mitsubishi Goshi Kaisha. The
three diamond symbol is now known throughout the world as the logo of Mitsubishi Heavy
Industries, Ltd. and the 92 companies in and affiliated with the Mitsubishi Group.
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Ⅰ. An Outline of the Company
5. CI Statement
We have established our CI (Corporate Identity) statement for the purpose of briefly
expressing our existence value, delivering both inside and outside the company. The
statement — “Our Technologies, Your Tomorrow” — represents our intention to “continuously
provide an assured future where people can live safe, secure and enriched lives through
technologies that can excite people and passion as a manufacturer for the sustainability of
the earth and humankind.”
<CI statement logo>
Going forward, we intend to further contribute to the advancement of society as a
manufacturer by encouraging all employees to collaborate ever more closely in carrying out
the company’s role and mission expressed in the CI statement.
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Ⅱ. Stock
Stock Information
Major Shareholders
Classified by Types of Shareholders
8
Stock
1. Stock Information
(As of March 31, 2011)
■No. of Stocks
Total Number of Issuable Shares 6,000,000,000 shares
Total Number of Shares Issued 3,373,647,813 shares
■Shareholders
Number of shareholders 349,540 persons
Average holdings per person 9,652 shares
2. Major Shareholders
(As of March 31, 2011)
Ⅱ. Stock
Shareholder Number of Shares owned by Major Shareholder
Japan Trustee Services Bank, Ltd.
(Trust Account)
168,868,900 5.0%
The Master Trust Bank of Japan, Ltd.
(Trust Account)
142,166,000 4.2
The Nomura Trust and Banking Co., Ltd.
(Retirement Benefit Trust Account for The Bank
of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd.)
125,666,000 3.7
Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance Company 80,022,741 2.4
SSBT OD 05 OMNIBUS
ACCOUNT-TREATY CLIENTS
63,129,700 1.9
Tokio Marine &
Nichido Fire Insurance Co., Ltd.
50,400,000 1.5
Japan Trustee Services Bank, Ltd.
(Trust Account 9)
49,795,000 1.5
The Nomura Trust and Banking Co., Ltd.
(Retirement Benefit Trust Account for
Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking Corporation)
45,934,000 1.4
MHI Stock Ownership Plan 35,869,216 1.1
The Nomura Trust and Banking Co., Ltd.
(Investment Trust Account)
31,542,000 0.9
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Ⅱ. Stock
3. Classified by Types of Shareholders
(As of March 31, each year)
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
Securities Companies (0.24%)
Individuals and others (26.91%) Financial Institutions (42.92%)
(1.54%)
(28.91%) (41.87%) (7.37%) (20.31%)
(33.25%) (34.54%) (7.26%) (22.87%)
(2.08%)
(35.98%) (31.81%) (6.89%) (24.41%)
(0.91%)
2007
(30.12%) (32.40%) (6.18%) (30.16%)
(1.14%)
(28.44%) (31.75%) (6.35%) (31.59%)
2008
(1.87%)
(35.18%) (30.14%) (7.50%) (25.03%)
2009
(2.15%)
(37.49%) (34.85%) (9.58%) (16.47%)
2010
(1.61%)
(0.01%)
(36.93%) (32.43%) (9.64%) (19.45%)
2011 (36.33%) (32.95%) (10.19%) (19.27%)
(1.54%)
(1.26%)
(Less than 0.01%)
Other Corporations(7.43%)
Foreign Institutions and Individuals(22.50%)
(0.01%)
Government and Local Public
    Entities
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Ⅲ. Board of Directors and
Corporate Officers
11
Ⅲ. Board of Directors and
Corporate Officers
Board of Directors and Corporate Officers
Name Field/ Affiliation
Chairman of the Board Kazuo Tsukuda
President and CEO Hideaki Omiya
Representative Director
(Member of the Board),
Senior Executive Vice
President
Shunichi Miyanaga
Assistant to President, Head of The Presidential
Administration Office
Representative Director
(Member of the Board),
Senior Executive Vice
President
Yoshiaki Tsukuda
Assistant to President, Head of Technology &
Innovation Headquarters
Representative Director
(Member of the Board),
Executive Vice President
Yujiro Kawamoto In charge of Accounting, Finance and Material
Representative Director
(Member of the Board),
Executive Vice President
Hisashi Hara Head of Shipbuilding & Ocean Development
Representative Director
(Member of the Board),
Executive Vice President
Takashi Abe In charge of General Affairs, Legal and Personnel
Representative Director
(Member of the Board),
Executive Vice President
Akira Hishikawa
Head of Global Strategic Planning & Operations
Headquarters
Representative Director
(Member of the Board),
Executive Vice President
Takato Nishizawa
In charge of Sustainability Energy & Environment
Strategic Planning Department
Representative Director
(Member of the Board),
Executive Vice President
Masafumi Wani Head of Power Systems
Representative Director
(Member of the Board),
Executive Vice President
Atsushi Maekawa
Head of General Machinery & Special Vehicles,
Head of Sagamihara Machinery Works
Representative Director
(Member of the Board),
Executive Vice President
Shigero Masamori Head of Nuclear Energy Systems
(As of November 1, 2011)
12
Ⅲ. Board of Directors and
Corporate Officers
Name Field/ Affiliation
Representative Director
(Member of the Board),
Executive Vice President
Takashi Kobayashi
Head of Aerospace Systems, Senior General
Manager, Commercial Airplanes Division
Director (Member of the
Board), Senior Vice President
Masahiko Arihara
Head of Air-Conditioning & Refrigeration Systems,
Head of Nagoya Air-Conditioning & Refrigeration
Machinery Works
Director (Member of the
Board), Senior Vice President
Hisakazu Mizutani
Senior General Manager, Management Audit
Department
Director (Member of the
Board), Senior Vice President
Yoichi Kujirai
Head of Machinery & Steel Infrastructure
Systems
Director
(Member of the Board)
Akihiro Wada *
1
Advisor, Executive Technical Advisor of Aisin
Seiki Co., Ltd.
Director
(Member of the Board)
Yoshihiro Sakamoto*
1
Former Vice- Minister for International Affairs of
the Ministry of International Trade and Industry
Director
(Member of the Board)
Yorihiko Kojima*
1
Chairman of the Board of Mitsubishi Corporation
Statutory Auditor Naoki Yasaka
Statutory Auditor Toshiro Yagami
Statutory Auditor Kichisaburo Nomura*
2
Corporate Adviser of All Nippon Airways Co., Ltd.
Statutory Auditor Nobuo Kuroyanagi *
2
Chairman of The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ,
Ltd.
Statutory Auditor Haruya Uehara *
2

Chairman of Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking
Corporation
Senior Vice President Noriaki Fuseya Deputy Head of Aerospace Systems
Senior Vice President Kiyoshi Yamauchi
President, Mitsubishi Nuclear Energy Systems,
Inc.
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Ⅲ. Board of Directors and
Corporate Officers
Name Field/ Affiliation
Senior Vice President Shinichi Yoshida
Deputy Head of Aerospace Systems,
Senior General Manager, Quality Assurance Division
Senior Vice President Koji Hiramoto Deputy Head of Power Systems
Senior Vice President Shigeki Iwamatsu Deputy Head of General Machinery & Special Vehicles
Senior Vice President Toshio Kodama
Deputy Head of Technology & Innovation
Headquarters
Senior Vice President Yukinori Horiguchi
Deputy Head of Global Strategic Planning &
Operations Headquarters
Senior Vice President Kazuo Soma
Deputy Head of Power Systems,
Head of Nagasaki Shipyard & Machinery Works
Senior Vice President Akihiko Fujiwara
Deputy Head of Technology & Innovation
Headquarters
Senior Vice President Yasukuni Yamasaki
Senior Chief Coordinator, Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems; President, Mitsubishi-
Hitachi Metals Machinery, Inc.
Senior Vice President Tsuyoshi Kabata
Deputy Head of Shipbuilding & Ocean
Development, Head of Shimonoseki Shipyard &
Machinery Works
Senior Vice President Yozaburo Mabuchi
General Manager, Indian Power System Joint
Venture Operations Department, Power Systems
Senior Vice President Eiji Isu Senior Chief Coordinator, Legal Department
Senior Vice President Mutsuo Hiroe
In charge of General Affairs, Legal and Personnel,
Head of Nagoya Aerospace Systems Works
Senior Vice President Takashi Funato
Senior General Manager, Corporate Planning
Department of The Presidential Administration Office
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Ⅲ. Board of Directors and
Corporate Officers
Name Field/ Affiliation
Senior Vice President Nobuhiko Koike
Deputy Head of Machinery & Steel Infrastructure
Systems, General Manager, Planning &
Administration Department
Senior Vice President Tatsuhiko Nojima
Senior General Manager, Accounting
Department
Senior Vice President Ei Kadokami
Deputy Head of Nuclear Energy Systems,
Head of Kobe Shipyard & Machinery Works
Senior Vice President Naohito Hoshino
Senior General Manager, Environmental &
Chemical Plant Division of Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems, General Manager,
Yokohama Engineering Center
Senior Vice President Keiichiro Iwasaki
Deputy Head of Aerospace Systems, General
Manager, Planning & Administration Department
Senior Vice President Kunifumi Hashimoto
Deputy Head of Shipbuilding & Ocean
Development, Senior General Manager, Ship &
Ocean Engineering Division
Senior Vice President Terumasa Onaka Deputy Head of Nuclear Energy Systems
Senior Vice President Yukio Kodama Head of Machine Tool, Head of Ritto Machinery Works
"*1" means an outside director as provided for in Article 2-15 of the Company Act.
"*2" means an outside statutory auditor as provided for in Article 2-16 of the Company Act.
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Ⅳ. Organization Chart
16
Technology & Innovation Headquarters
Global Strategic Planning & Operations Headquarters
Shipbuilding & Ocean Development
Production System Innovation Planning Dept.
Takasago Research & Development Center
Hiroshima Research & Development Center
Yokohama Research & Development Center
Nagoya Research & Development Center
Technology Planning Dept.
Business Risk Management Dept.
No.1 Strategic Business Promotion Dept.
No.2 Strategic Business Promotion Dept.
Nagoya Air-Conditioning & Refrigeration Machinery Works
Air-Conditioning & Refrigeration Systems
Sagamihara Machinery Works
Ritto Machinery Works
Production Division
Guidance & Propulsion Division
Space Systems Division
Iwatsuka Plant
Kobe Shipyard & Machinery Works
Nagoya Aerospace Systems Works
Hiroshima Machinery Works
Mihara Machinery Works
Nagoya Guidance & Propulsion Systems Works
Environmental & Chemical Plant Division
Joint Lithium Battery Operations Dept.
Chubu Office
Transportation Systems & Advanced Technology Division
Machine Tool
Tohoku Office
Hokuriku Office
Shikoku Office
Jakarta Liaison Office
Taipei Liaison Office
Defense Aircraft Division
Special Vehicle Division
Quality Assurance Division
Commercial Airplanes Division
Nagasaki Shipyard & Machinery Works
Nuclear Energy Systems
Machinery & Steel Infrastructure Systems
Aerospace Systems
Yokohama Engineering Center
Chugoku Office
Industrial Machinery Business, Technology & Solutions Division
Shimonoseki Shipyard & Machinery Works
Yokohama Dockyard & Machinery Works
Takasago Machinery Works
Forklift Division
Engine Division
Board
of
Statutory Auditors
Statutory Auditors
Nuclear Plant Production Division
Nuclear Plant Engineering Division
Marine Machinery & Engine Division
Statutory Auditors'
Office
Turbocharger Division
General Machinery & Special Vehicles
Board
of
Directors
President
Executive
Committee
Wind Turbine Business Division
Kansai Office
Kyushu Office
Hokkaido Office
Power Systems Plant Engineering & Construction Division
Power Systems Service Division
Ship & Ocean Engineering Division
Intellectual Property Dept.
Power Systems
Advanced Technology Research Center
Nagasaki Research & Development Center
Business Process Innovation Dept.
Global SCM Planning Dept.
Information Technology Dept.
Applied Knowledge Business Training Center
Sustainability Energy & Environment Strategic Planning Dept.
Administration Dept.
Procurement & Sourcing Dept
Procurement Planning & Administration Dept
General Affairs Dept.
Legal Dept.
Personnel Dept.
Accounting Dept.
MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES, LTD.
ORGANIZATION CHART
As of April 1, 2011
Finance Dept.
Management Audit Dept
Corporate Planning Dept.
Corporate Communication Dept.
Corporate Social Responsibility Dept.
Presidential Administration Office
Ⅳ. Organization Chart
(As of September 1, 2011)
Organization Chart
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Statement of Accounts (Consolidated)
Statement of Accounts (Non-consolidated)
Ⅴ. Statement of Accounts
18
Ⅴ. Statement of Accounts
(Unit : billions of yen)
Transition of main financial data
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
4,262.8 4,526.2 4,517.1 4,391.8 4,047.1 3,831.1
1,328.7 1,283.2 1,440.4 1,446.4 1,376.2 1,309.9
1,495.3 1,612.8 1,365.3 1,273.5 1,198.6 1,172.8
177.1 196.6 191.4 175.9 140.5 112.2
140.4 153.8 129.2 106.7 100.8 99.1
3,989.0
1,312.6
1,325.6
126.6
134.4
3,715.3 3,666.8 3,915.2
1,324.4 1,270.9 1,282.7
1,101.2 1,122.9 1,049.9
109.8 119.1 109.7
99.8 97.0 95.9
2,476.2 3,268.7 3,715.2 3,274.7 2,942.0 2,722.8 2,662.8 2,480.9 2,424.9 2,995.4
2,940.8 3,375.6 3,203.0 3,068.5 2,792.1 2,590.7 2,373.4 2,593.8 2,863.9 2,903.7
65.6 105.8 136.0 108.9 70.9 14.7 66.6 115.3 78.6 101.2
24.0 75.3 109.5 83.0 50.3 12.5 29.7 78.1 67.9 68.1
Orders
received
Net sales
Operating
income
Ordinary
income
Net income
Income
before income
taxes
28.1 64.9 101.3 83.7 52.3 16.3 50.1 66.1 48.0
14.1 24.2 61.3 48.8 29.8 4.0 21.7 34.3 26.4
39.4
30.1
117.9 79.5 161.8 158.7 73.9 1,07.0 134.2 50.0 99.1
-180.7 -156.5 -193.0 -158.6 -104.0 -163.3 -95.3 -106.1 -89.5
-62.7 -77.0 -31.2 0 -30.1 -56.2 38.8 -56.0 9.5
-105.2 262.0 71.2 48.7 7.9 57.9 -44.4 59.3 -69.4
337.8
200.5
-169.7
-137.2
Total assets
Net assets
Debt with
interest
Capital
investment
Depreciation
Cash flows
from operating
activities
Cash flows
from investing
activities
Free cash
flows
Cash flows
from financing
activities
1. Statement of Accounts (Consolidated)
19
Ⅴ. Statement of Accounts
(bil.yen)
Orders received
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
0
1,000
2,000
4,000
3,000
0
1,000
2,000
3,000
4,000
(bil.yen)
Net sales
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
-150
-100
-50
0
50
100
150
(bil.yen)
Net income
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
0
1,000
2,000
3,000
4,000
5,000
(bil.yen)
Total assets
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
-50
0
50
100
150
200
250
(bil.yen)
Operating income
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
0
500
1,000
2,000
1,500
(bil.yen)
Debt with interest
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
0
500
1,000
1,500
(bil.yen)
Net assets
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
-100
-50
0
50
100
150
200
250
(bil.yen)
Free cash flows
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
20
Ⅴ. Statement of Accounts
Main financial index
Unit
1.1 1.8 4.3 3.5 2.2 0.3 1.7 2.7 2.1 %
Return on
equity
0.3 0.5 1.4 1.2 0.8 0.1 0.6 0.9 0.6 %
Return on
total
assets
2.2 3.1 4.2 3.5 2.5 0.6 2.8 4.4 2.7 %
Operating
income
ratio
30.0 27.4 31.4 32.5 34.0 34.2 35.6 34.7 32.8 %
Equity to
assets
ratio
91.71 41.27 23.30 52.34 63.28 236.55 52.30 28.00 55.10 times
Price
earnings
ratio
4.22 7.22 18.28 14.56 8.85 1.20 6.46 10.14 7.84 yen
Earning
per share
380.80 369.94 423.17 425.54 410.15 390.44 393.17 376.76 380.22 yen
Book value
per share
2.4
0.7
3.5
31.6
42.59
8.97
376.17
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
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Ⅴ. Statement of Accounts
(Notes) Return on equity = net income / shareholders' equity average of the beginning and the end of period
Return on total assets = net income / total assets average of the beginning and the end of period
Operating income ratio = operating income / Net sales
Equity to assets ratio = shareholders' equity / total assets
Price earnings ratio = stock price (year-end close) / income per share
Earning per share = net income / total number of shares issued
Book value per share = Net assets / total number of shares issued
-10.0
-5.0
0.0
5.0
10.0
(%)
Return on equity
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
-4.0
-2.0
0.0
2.0
4.0
(%)
Return on total assets
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
-100.00
-50.00
0.00
50.00
100.00
150.00
200.00
250.00
(times)
Price earnings ratio
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
-2.0
0.0
2.0
4.0
6.0
8.0
(%)
Operating income ratio
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
0.0
20.0
30.0
40.0
50.0
(%)
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
Equity to assets ratio
22
Ⅴ. Statement of Accounts
Orders Received by Industry Segment (Consolidated)
Shipbuilding &
Ocean Development
Power
Systems
Machinery & Steel
Structures
Aerospace
Mass and Medium-
Lot Manufactured
Machinery
Others
(Inter-Segment
Eliminations)
Total
2002 2003
2009 2010
2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
150.8
(6.1%)
271.3
(8.3%)
353.6
(9.5%)
314.2
(9.6%)
207.4
(7.1%)
299.3
(11.0%)
329.9
(12.4%)
257.0
(10.4%)
982.2
(39.7%)
1,148.8
(35.1%)
1,214.9
(32.7%)
1,008.2
(30.8%)
872.8
(29.7%)
691.4
(25.4%)
670.7
(25.2%)
608.3
(24.5%)
323.8
(13.1%)
527.8
(16.2%)
557.3
(15.0%)
469.0
(14.3%)
515.8
(17.5%)
455.5
(16.7%)
422.7
(15.9%)
388.5
(15.7%)
435.5
(17.6%)
510.8
(15.6%)
615.8
(16.6%)
543.3
(16.6%)
451.5
(15.3%)
411.0
(15.1%)
407.5
(15.3%)
441.2
(17.8%)
541.3
(21.8%)
767.0
(23.5%)
901.7
(24.3%)
856.6
(26.2%)
814.8
(27.7%)
747.9
(27.5%)
727.1
(27.3%)
677.3
(27.3%)
42.4
(1.7%)
42.8
(1.3%)
71.7
(1.9%)
83.0
(2.5%)
79.6
(2.7%)
117.4
(4.3%)
104.6
(3.9%)
108.3
(4.3%)
2,476.2
(100.0%)
3,268.7
(100.0%)
3,715.2
(100.0%)
3,274.7
(100.0%)
2,942.0
(100.0%)
2,722.8
(100.0%)
2,662.8
(100.0%)
2,480.9
(100.0%)
(Unit : billions of yen)
(Unit : billions of yen)
173.2
(5.8%)
150.8
(6.1%)
1,022.8
(34.2%)
982.2
(39.7%)
492.6
(16.4%)
404.3
(16.3%)
708.1
(23.6%)
435.5
(17.6%)
344.1
(11.5%)
291.0
(11.7%)
288.0
(9.6%)
251.8
(10.2%)
-33.6
(-1.1%)
-39.7
(-1.6%)
Total
2,995.4
(100.0%)
2,476.2
(100.0%)
Shipbuilding &
Ocean Development
Power
Systems
Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems
General Machinery &
Special Vehicles
Aerospace
Systems
Others
Inter-Segment
Eliminations
(Notes)
1. The orders received for each segment include inter-
segment transactions, which are all cancelled using the
“Inter-Segment Eliminations”term.
2. From FY2010 the segment categories have been changed
to Shipbuilding & Ocean Development, Power Systems,
Machinery & Steel Infrastructure Systems, Aerospace
Systems, General Machinery & Special Vehicles, and
Others to comply with the March 2009 revisions to the
“Accounting Standard for Disclosures about Segments of
an Enterprise and Related Information”(ASBJ No. 17).
Given this change, the upper table above presents the
orders received and net sales by segment from FY2002
through FY2009 using the former segment categories, and
the lower table above presents the figures for FY2009 and
FY2010 using the new segment categories.
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Ⅴ. Statement of Accounts
Sales by Industry Segment (Consolidated)
2009 2010
290.0
(10.1%)
899.7
(31.4%)
430.0
(15.0%)
472.0
(16.5%)
696.9
(24.3%)
75.2
(2.7%)
2,863.9
(100.0%)
265.8
(10.2%)
646.2
(24.9%)
418.7
(16.1%)
506.7
(19.5%)
683.8
(26.4%)
72.4
(2.9%)
2,593.8
(100.0%)
200.0
(8.4%)
549.8
(23.2%)
471.5
(19.9%)
392.2
(16.5%)
687.6
(29.0%)
72.0
(3.0%)
2,373.4
(100.0%)
271.5
(10.5%)
629.6
(24.3%)
459.3
(17.7%)
407.9
(15.7%)
757.8
(29.3%)
64.3
(2.5%)
2,590.7
(100.0%)
222.6
(8.0%)
710.9
(25.5%)
538.7
(19.3%)
445.9
(16.0%)
805.0
(28.8%)
68.7
(2.4%)
2,792.1
(100.0%)
247.1
(8.1%)
890.7
(29.0%)
511.6
(16.7%)
495.0
(16.1%)
849.0
(27.7%)
74.8
(2.4%)
3,068.5
(100.0%)
283.9
(8.9%)
946.9
(29.6%)
472.5
(14.7%)
500.5
(15.6%)
913.6
(28.5%)
85.4
(2.7%)
3,203.0
(100.0%)
240.1
(7.1%)
1,209.1
(35.8%)
542.2
(16.1%)
512.3
(15.2%)
805.4
(23.8%)
66.3
(2.0%)
3,375.6
(100.0%)
230.6
(7.8%)
1,066.1
(36.2%)
542.0
(18.5%)
500.2
(17.0%)
544.3
(18.5%)
57.4
(2.0%)
2,940.8
(100.0%)
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
(Unit : billions of yen)
(Unit : billions of yen)
302.4
(10.4%)
230.6
(7.8%)
996.9
(34.3%)
1,066.1
(36.2%)
557.5
(19.2%)
625.7
(21.3%)
472.2
(16.3%)
500.2
(17.0%)
343.0
(11.8%)
286.8
(9.8%)
282.7
(9.7%)
284.3
(9.7%)
-51.2
(-1.7%)
-53.2
(-1.8%)
2,903.7
(100.0%)
2,940.8
(100.0%)
Shipbuilding &
Ocean Development
Power
Systems
Machinery & Steel
Structures
Aerospace
Mass and Medium-
Lot Manufactured
Machinery
Others
(Inter-Segment
Eliminations)
Total
Total
Shipbuilding &
Ocean Development
Power
Systems
Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems
General Machinery &
Special Vehicles
Aerospace
Systems
Others
Inter-Segment
Eliminations
(Notes)
1. The net sales for each segment include inter-segment
transactions, which are all cancelled using the “Inter-
Segment Eliminations”term.
2. From FY2010 the segment categories have been changed
to Shipbuilding & Ocean Development, Power Systems,
Machinery & Steel Infrastructure Systems, Aerospace
Systems, General Machinery & Special Vehicles, and
Others to comply with the March 2009 revisions to the
“Accounting Standard for Disclosures about Segments of
an Enterprise and Related Information”(ASBJ No. 17).
Given this change, the upper table above presents the
orders received and net sales by segment from FY2001
through FY2009 using the former segment categories, and
the lower table above presents the figures for FY2009 and
FY2010 using the new segment categories.
24
Ⅴ. Statement of Accounts
Operating income by Industry Segment (Consolidated)
5.4
31.5
9.5
33.3
-8.2
6.9
78.6
11.1
51.9
10.0
40.9
-3.4
4.6
115.3
-14.9
23.4
9.6
29.5
9.8
9.0
66.6
-11.7
16.0
-8.7
8.7
4.3
6.0
14.7
-10.6
38.3
2.3
16.5
16.7
7.5
70.9
-5.3
56.7
2.9
14.4
31.3
8.8
108.9
4.0
58.2
11.3
14.6
40.0
7.6
136.0
1.6
80.0
31.6
-10.3
-7.0
9.9
1,05.8
14.5
82.6
30.1
-6.4
-62.6
7.4
65.6
14.5
82.6
3.0
-6.4
-23.2
-4.8
65.6
1.8
83.0
27.0
-3.4
-16.6
9.3
101.2
(Unit : billions of yen)
(Unit : billions of yen)
2001 2002
2009 2010
2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
Shipbuilding &
Ocean Development
Power
Systems
Machinery & Steel
Structures
Aerospace
Mass and Medium-
Lot Manufactured
Machinery
Others
(Inter-Segment
Eliminations)
Total
Shipbuilding &
Ocean Development
Power
Systems
Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems
General Machinery &
Special Vehicles
Aerospace
Systems
Others
Total
(Notes)
From FY2010 the segment categories have been changed
to Shipbuilding & Ocean Development, Power Systems,
Machinery & Steel Infrastructure Systems, Aerospace
Systems, General Machinery & Special Vehicles, and
Others to comply with the March 2009 revisions to the
“Accounting Standard for Disclosures about Segments of
an Enterprise and Related Information”(ASBJ No. 17).
Given this change, the upper table above presents the
orders received and net sales by segment from FY2001
through FY2009 using the former segment categories, and
the lower table above presents the figures for FY2009 and
FY2010 using the new segment categories.
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Ⅴ. Statement of Accounts
1,938.7 2,462.7 2,903.1 2,586.6 2,318.3 2,202.0 2,159.2 2,050.7 1,970.4 2,159.1
Orders
received
2,327.7 2,647.2 2,471.1 2,426.6 2,206.7 2,097.9 1,940.1 2,171.7 2,388.6 Net sales
47.1 56.9 94.9 71.6 38.2 -9.7 35.2 103.0 66.8
Operating
income (loss)
2,188.5
62.6
20.0 46.8 68.2 57.4 32.4 -9.6 7.5 65.1 59.4
Ordinary
income (loss)
39.1
21.9 63.2 54.2 59.0 35.3 0.2 23.7 54.5 33.4
Income (loss)
before income
taxes
3.4
18.4 44.8 34.4 39.5 26.1 -2.0 5.2 30.1 22.4
Net income
(loss)
10.6
3,695.6 3,898.7 3,839.7 3,743.2 3,587.7 3,288.8 3,139.9 3,071.6 3,263.0 Total assets 3,454.6
1,142.4 1,125.0 1,240.4 1,273.0 1,307.0 1,147.5 1,166.2 1,129.1 1,115.8 Net assets 1,128.3
4.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 4.0 4.0 6.0 6.0 4.0 yen
Dividend
per share
4.0
Unit 2001
2001
2002
2002
2003
2003
2004
2004
2005
2005
2006
2006
2007
2007
2008
2008
2009
2009
2010
2010
Transition of main financial data
(Unit : billions of yen)
Main financial index
2. Statement of Accounts (Non-consolidated)
26
Ⅴ. Statement of Accounts
0
1,000
2,000
3,000
4,000
(bil.yen)
Orders received
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
0
500
1,000
1,500
2,000
2,500
3,000
(bil.yen)
Net sales
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
-100
-50
0
50
100
150
200
(bil.yen)
Operating income (loss)
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
-100
-50
0
50
100
(bil.yen)
Net income (loss)
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
0
1 ,000
2,000
3,000
4,000
5,000
(bil.yen)
Total assets
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
0
500
1,000
1,500
(bil.yen)
Net assets
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
27
Ⅵ. Personnel
Statement of Employees (Consolidated)
Statement of Employees (Non-consolidated)
Breakdown of Newly Hired Employees

(Non-consolidated)
28
Ⅵ. Personnel
1. Statement of Employees (Consolidated)
2001
34,139 33,614 33,089 32,552 32,627 33,500 34,396 35,530 36,692 No. of employees
39.4 40.2 40.9 41.4 41.5 41.5 41.4 41.4 41.5 Average age
17.4 18.3 19.3 20.0 20.2 20.3 20.2 20.3 20.4 Average length of service
7,267,210 7,568,830 7,588,310 7,482,699 7,272,617 7,300,750 7,267,280 7,216,070 7,099,019 Average salary
2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
33,031
38.8
16.6
7,201,076
※ Data of employees as of March 31 each year. (Notes)
1. Employees on secondment to subsidiaries, non-regular employees, and part-time employees are not included.
2. Average salary is average monthly salary before tax from April to March, including non-standard wages but excluding
  bonuses and other extra allowances.
(Notes)
From FY2010 the segment categories have been changed to Shipbuilding & Ocean Development, Power Systems, Machinery & steel
Infrastructure Systems, Aerospace Systems, General Machinery & Special Vehicles, and Others to comply with the March 2009 revisions to
the“Accounting Standard for Disclosures about Segments of an Enterprise and Related Information” (ASBJ No. 17). Given this change, the
upper table above presents the orders received and net sales by segment from FY2001 through FY2009 using the former segment categories,
and the lower table above presents the figures for FY2010 using the new segment categories.
(Unit: person)
Shipbuilding & Ocean Development
Power Systems
Aerospace Systems
Mass and Medium-Lot
Manufactured Machinery
Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems
Others
S
e
g
m
e
n
t
Total
2001
5,946
14,163
8,445
7,615
17,935
8,649
62,753
5,796
13,949
8,136
7,504
17,346
8,561
61,292
2002
5,707
13,665
8,121
7,374
16,203
8,879
59,949
2003
5,531
13,749
7,839
7,314
16,154
8,653
59,240
2004
5,388
14,218
8,998
7,712
16,930
8,966
62,212
2005
5,285
15,070
8,246
8,211
17,032
9,096
62,940
2006
5,196
15,978
7,662
8,724
17,489
9,054
64,103
2007
5,035
17,296
7,635
9,231
19,005
9,214
67,416
2008
※ Data of employees as of March 31 each year.
(Unit: person)
Shipbuilding & Ocean Development
Power Systems
Aerospace Systems
General Machinery &
Special Vehicles
Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems
Others
S
e
g
m
e
n
t
Total
4,969
18,633
7,570
9,679
17,777
9,041
67,669
2009 2010
4,767
19,412
10,324
9,942
9,000
15,371
68,816
2. Statement of Employees (Non-consolidated)
2
9
Ⅵ. Personnel
3. Breakdown of Newly Hired Employees (Non-consolidated)
2002
157 206 149 126 102 112 89 101 91 Business affairs
515 614 525 420 323 309 307 331 301 Engineer
672 820 674 546 425 421 396 432 392
108 135 93 68 52 46 29 56 63 College of Technology graduates
109 148 108 82 40 38 37 39 70 High school graduates, other
583 702 637 613 402 344 264 327 359 Manufacturing employees
1,472 1,805 1,512 1,309 919 849 726 854 884 Total
2001
2003
2002
2004
2003
2005
2004
2006
2005
2007
2006
2008
2007
2009
2008
2010
2009
2011
265 643 437 257 84 38 − − − Business affairs & Engineer
187 262 273 230 75 2 − − − Manufacturing employees
452 905 710 487 159 40 − − − Total
U
n
i
v
e
r
s
i
t
y
g
r
a
d
u
a
t
e
s
2010
Total
112
368
480
83
65
358
986
53
82
135
(Unit: person) New Graduates Hired Employees
Mid-career Workers Hired Employees
※ No. of new graduates as of April 1st each year.
※ Data of employees as of March 31 each year.
3
0
Shipbuilding & Ocean Development
Power Systems
Nuclear Energy Systems
Machinery & Steel Infrastructure Systems
Aerospace Systems
General Machinery & Special Vehicles
Air-Conditioning & Refrigeration Systems
Machine Tool
Ⅶ. Business Segments &
Divisions
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Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
Shipbuilding & Ocean Development
1. Shipbuilding & Ocean Development
■Shipbuilding
Outline
The MHI Shipbuilding Division has delivered LNG carriers (Moss type, Membrane type),
LPG carriers, and VLCCs to support the transportation of energy resources, as well as
a new generation of container carriers, RO/RO passenger ferries, and pure car carriers
to support global logistics, based on more than a century of experience in advanced
shipbuilding. The Headquarters also produces large cruise ships that support people’s leisure
activities. Employing the very latest technologies, the Division continues to develop highly
reliable structures and high-performance hull forms with optimally low energy consumption,
while enhancing economical efficiency, reliability, and safety through the development of
technologies such as energy-saving propulsion plant systems and maritime safety systems.
The advanced technology used in its repair and conversion works has been of paramount
importance in ensuring substantial economic improvements, as well as safe working
environments in the shipbuilding industry.
Main Products
Main Types of Newbuildings
Tankers: LNG carriers (Moss type, Membrane type), LPG carriers, crude oil carriers (VLCC),
multi-purpose gas carriers, etc.
Cargo ships: container carriers, RO/RO ships, heavy lifters, high-speed cargo ships
Passenger ships: cruise ships, RO/RO passenger ferries, high-speed ships
Industrial carriers: pure car and truck carriers, etc.
Special-purpose vessels: cable layers, survey/research/training ships, pollution-treatment
ships (oil-recovery ships), ships to collect sea-borne debris, spent fuel carriers, firefighting
ships, and pollution-prevention ships
Destroyers, submarines, patrol vessels: for the Ministry of Defense and Japan Coast Guard
Ship Repairing Conversion
The Shipbuilding Division has extended its shipbuilding experience by performing a great
many vessel conversions using unique construction methods to improve structures and
economy.
Conversions:
Hull enlargement and hull shortening
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Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
Shipbuilding & Ocean Development
Re-freshing of accommodation for cruise ships
Re-engining and replacement of cargo-handling machines to optimize energy efficiency
Broad conversion work to change the basic configurations of vessels (from cargo ships and
tankers to single-purpose carriers, chemical carriers, and special-purpose vessels)
General repair: periodical surveys, damage repair, modification work, maintenance
Other Products and Services
Various automated systems: ship operation support system for integrated bridge operation,
machinery operation and cargo-handling ship-shore information system, and other special
computer systems.
Training simulator: operation training system for merchant ships, training simulators for the
Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force
Technical services: engineering assistance, technological assistance, shipbuilding facility
engineering
Production History
Date Product
1887 Completed Japan’s first steel passenger and cargo ship, the YUGAO MARU.
1940 Completed the NITTA MARU and YAWATA MARU, two luxury passenger ships.
1942 Completed the MUSASHI, the world’s largest battleship.
1956 Nagasaki Shipyard & Engine Works became the world’s highest aggregate
launched gross tonnage work. Japan became the world’s top shipbuilding country.
1962 Completed the HAYASHIO, MHI's first submarine built after World War II.
1971
∼72
Completed three of the world’s largest high-speed container ships.
1974 MHI’s shipbuilding activities peaked, totaling an aggregate of 3,700,000 gross tons
(48 vessels) launched (including 19 VLCCs).
1982 Completed the RIVER BOYNE, the first of a new-generation of coal-fired steamships.
1983 Completed two large LNG carriers.
1989 Completed the FUJI MARU, a large cruise passenger ship.
Completed the HAKUHO MARU, an advanced oceanographic research vessel.
1990 Completed the CRYSTAL HARMONY, the world’s most luxurious cruise ship.
1991 Completed the NEDLLOYD EUROPA, a hatch coverless container ship.
Completed the ASUKA, Japan’s largest cruise ship of the day.
1992 Completed the KDD OCEAN LINK, the world’s most advanced cable layer.
Completed the YAMATOⅠ, a superconductive electromagnetic propulsion ship.
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Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
Shipbuilding & Ocean Development
Date Product
1993 Completed the KONGO, an AEGIS destroyer.
Completed the RAINBOW, a hydrofoil catamaran.
1994 Completed the EVER RENOWN, a large container ship.
1996 Completed one of the world’s largest LNG carriers.
1997 Completed the UNICORN, one of the fastest mono-hull type high-speed car ferries.
1998 Completed the SUBARU, Japan’s largest cable layer.
1999 Completed two the world’s fastest RO/RO ferries.
2000 Completed the EUROPEAN CAUSEWAY, the first RO/RO Passenger Ferry for P&O.
Completed the LNG JAMAL, the first LNG carrier fitted with a re-liquefaction plant.
2001 Completed the NEW CENTURY 1, the most advanced pure car carrier.
2002 Completed the PUTERI INTAN SATU, a membrane tank type LNG carrier.
2003 Completed 4 large high-efficiency high-speed domestic RO/RO ships.
2004 Completed the DIAMOND PRINCESS and SAPPHIRE PRINCESS, the world’s
largest-class cruise ships.
Completed the world’s first high-speed ferries adopting hybrid CRP-POD propulsion
systems.
2006 Completed a 145,000m
3
Moss-type LNG carrier for the Snohvit Project.
Completed an 83,000m
3
LPG carrier for BP Shipping.
2007 Completed the MOL CREATION, high performance large size container ship.
Completed a 145,000m
3
Moss-type LNG carrier for the SakhalinⅡProject.
2008 Completed the AURIGA LEADER, the first PCTC fitted with a 40kW solar power generation
system.
2009 Completed the SERI BALHAF, a 157,000m
3
membrane tank type LNG carrier with
Dual-Fuel Diesel-Electric propulsion system.
Completed the TAITAR NO.1, the latest designed large LNG Carrier
Completed the MUSANAH, the latest designed large LPG Carrier
2010 Completed the YAMATAI and YAMATO, the modular carrying vessels with Mitsubishi air
lubrication system. (MALS)
2011 Completed the TØNSBERG, the newest large RO/RO ships.
■Marine Structures
Outline
MHI’s Marine Structures Division manufactures a variety of equipment, facilities, and systems
related to marine research, surveys, and development, as well as offshore oil and gas
production. The Division also manufactures and develops a broad range of products and
technologies to meet society’s needs, including products and technologies for the expanded
and efficient development of port facilities, the exploration and recovery of ocean resources
and offshore oil fields, the use of marine space, and the prevention of ocean pollution. More
recent achievements have included the development of the URASHIMA, the world’s first
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Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
Shipbuilding & Ocean Development
autonomous underwater vehicle powered by fuel cells, which recorded a continuous cruising
distance of 314 km off the shore of Suruga basin in February 2005, and the CHIKYU, a
deepsea scientific riser drilling vessel.
Main Products
Offshore oil production facilities: floating, production, storage and off-loading barge, support
vessel for offshore oil development.
Offshore oil-loading facilities: oil-storage barges, single-point moorings, sea berths, offshore
CTS systems
Others: deep-sea scientific riser drilling vessels, various marine facilities, deep-strata
chemical mixer barges, crane barges, oil- and gas-loading facilities, multi-purposes service
vessels, geophysical survey ships, submersible research vessels, dredgers, underwater
vehicles, underwater robots, motion simulation theater, floating intelligent buildings.
Production History
Date Product
1965
∼86
After building the SEDCO 135A, Japan’s first offshore drilling unit, MHI completes 16
semi-submersible type units, 6 jack-up type units, and 4 vessel type units.
1981 Completed the SHINKAI 2000, a 2,000m deep submersible research vehicle.
1988 Completed a tank ship to be used for an offshore oil storage facility at the Kami-Goto
Islands.
1989 Completed the SHINKAI 6500, a 6,500m deep submersible research vehicle.
1990 Completed the PUTERI DULANG, an 850,000bbls crude oil FSO vessel (FSO: floating
storage and offloading).
1992 Completed a draft-controlled launcher for the Japanese Government.
1993 Completed a DMCCS (deep-sea microorganism collecting and cultivating system) for
JAMSTEC (Japan Maritime Science and Technology Center).
1994 Completed the KASUMIZAURUSU, a sludge dredger, for the Kanto Regional Construction
Bureau under the Ministry of Construction.
1995 Completed the ANASURIA, an 850,000bbls crude oil FPSO vessel.
(FPSO: floating production, storage, and offloading)
1996 Completed a tank ship to be used for an offshore oil storage facility at the Shirashima
Islands.
1997 Completed a new type of sand drain barge.
1998 Completed FPSO conversion work for Japan Vietnam Petroleum Co., Ltd.
1999 Completed the ARUANGWA, a 1,000m
3
trailing suction hopper dredger for the
Mozambican dredging company, EMODRAGA E. P.
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Shipbuilding & Ocean Development
Date Product
2000 Completed BENKEI, a borehole reentry/observatory system.
2005 Completed the SEIRYUMARU, a trailing suction hopper dredger & oil recovery ship for the
Chubu Regional Development Bureau under the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and
Transport.
Completed the CHIKYU, a deep sea drilling vessel, for JAMSTEC (Japan Agency for
Marine-Earth Science and Technology).
Completed the MECCA, a 10,000m
3
trailing suction hopper dredger for the Suez Canal
Authority.
2007 Completed the ALCANTARA SANTOS, a 1,000m
3
trailing suction hopper dredger for the
Mozambican dredging company, EMODRAGA E. P.
Vessels Completed by Mitsubishi Shipyard (FY 2007-2010)
Name Works Owner Type
2007 MOL CREATION
SERI BAKTI
GRAND ELENA
ALTO ACLUX
YUYO
ASHIGARA
EVER SALUTE
AQUAMARINE ACE
LUNA SPIRIT
ANDROMEDA SPIRIT
SUNFLOWER GOLD
SUNFLOWER PEARL
KOYO MARU
Nagasaki
Nagasaki
Nagasaki
Nagasaki
Nagasaki
Nagasaki
Kobe
Kobe
Shimonoseki
Shimonoseki
Shimonoseki
Shimonoseki
Shimonoseki
MOL EURO-ORIENT SHIPPING S.A.
MISC BERHAD
NYK-SCF LNG SHIPPING NO.1 LTD.
KANTO LEASING LTD.
SUNNY GAS TRANSPORTATION, S.A.
Ministry of Defense
EVERGREEN INTERNATIONAL S.A.
POLAR EXPRESS S.A.
MITSUBISHI CORPORATION
MITSUBISHI CORPORATION
THE DIAMOND FERRY CO. LTD.
THE DIAMOND FERRY CO. LTD.
NATIONAL FISHERIES UNIVERSITY
Container Carrier
LNGC
LNGC
LNGC
LPGC
AEGIS destroyer
Container Carrier
PCTC
Car Carrier
Car Carrier
Ferry
Ferry
Training Ship
2008 CYGNUS PASSAGE
PACIFIC ENLIGHTEN
LUCINA PROVIDENCE
SERI BALHAF
MOL COMPETENCE
TOMAR
AMETHYST ACE
AURIGA LEADER
SORYU
SEISUI MARU
FERRY AKEBONO
TOYOFUJI MARU NO.2
SHENG SHI
POSITIVE PASSION
TSUKUBA
AKAGI
Nagasaki
Nagasaki
Nagasaki
Nagasaki
Nagasaki
Nagasaki
Kobe
Kobe
Kobe
Shimonoseki
Shimonoseki
Shimonoseki
Shimonoseki
Shimonoseki
Shimonoseki
Shimonoseki
TOKYO ELECTRIC POWER COMPANY
NIPPON YUSEN KABUSHIKI KAISHA
MITSUBISHI CORPORATION
KYUSYU ELECTRIC POWER CO., INC.
TOKYO ELECTRIC POWER COMPANY
MITSUBISHI CORPORATION
NIPPON YUSEN KABUSHIKI KAISHA
MITSUI & CO., LTD.
MITSUI O.S.K. LINES. LTD.
DE ROSA MARITIMA S.A.
MISC BERHAD
MOL EURO-ORIENT SHIPPING S.A.
WILHELMSEN LINES CAR CARRIERS LTD.
POLAR EXPRESS S.A.
HECATE SHIPPING PTE. LTD.
Ministry of Defense
MIE UNIVERSITY
A" LINE FERRY CO., LTD.
TOYOFUJI SHIPPING CO., LTD.
JADEWAY LIMITED
WINNING HOPE ENTERPRISES S.A.
Japan Coast Guard
Japan Coast Guard
LNGC
LNGC
LPGC
LNGC
Container Carrier
PCTC
PCTC
PCTC
Submarine
Training Ship
Ferry
Car Carrier
Car Carrier
Car Carrier
Patrol Ship
Patrol Ship
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Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
Shipbuilding & Ocean Development
Name Works Owner Type
2009 TAITAR NO.1
MUSANAH
VERMILION FIRST
BW TOKYO
YUYO SPIRITS
QUEEN SAPPHIRE
ZEUS LEADER
RUBY ACE
SILVERSTONE EXPRESS
SEKISHOU
SHIKINE
KOSHIKI
Nagasaki
Nagasaki
Nagasaki
Nagasaki
Nagasaki
Nagasaki
Nagasaki
Nagasaki
Shimonoseki
Shimonoseki
Shimonoseki
Shimonoseki
NIMIC NO.1 S.A.
SHERWOOD OVERSEAS S.A.
VENUS OCEAN NAVIGATION S.A.
CLIO MARINE INC.
GAS SPIRITS SHIPPING S.A.
CLIO MARINE INC.
NIPPON YUSEN KABUSHIKI KAISHA
WHITE BEAR MARITIME LIMITED
XING LONG MARITIME S.A.
YAMAGUCHI PREFECTURE
Japan Coast Guard
Japan Coast Guard
LNGC
LPGC
LPGC
LPGC
LPGC
PCTC
PCTC
PCTC
PCTC
Fishery Patrol Boat
Patrol Ship
Patrol Ship
2010 YAMATAI
MOL MATRIX
AYAME
TRANS FUTURE 8
SEROJA TIGA
GARNET ACE
YURICOSMOS
TOCHO
BW KYOTO
HAKURYU
TØNSBERG
SEROJA LIMA
ISHIKARI
Nagasaki
Kobe
Nagasaki
Shimonoseki
Nagasaki
Nagasaki
Nagasaki
Shimonoseki
Nagasaki
Kobe
Nagasaki
Nagasaki
Shimonoseki
NYK-HINODE LINE, LTD.
CAMELLIA CONTAINER CARRIER S.A.
SHERWOOD OVERSEAS S.A.
FENG LI MARITIME CORP.
CLIO MARINE INC.
WHITE BEAR MARITIME LTD.
VENUS OCEAN NAVIGATION S.A.
FT LOGISTICS PTE LTD.
LEPTA SHIPPING CO., LTD.
Ministry of Defense
WILHELMSEN LINES SHIPOWNING MALTA, LTD
CLIO MARINE INC.
TAIHEIYO FERRY CO., LTD.
Module Carrier
Container Carrier
LPGC
Car Carrier
Container Carrier
Car Carrier
LPGC
Car Carrier
LPGC
Submarine
RO/RO ships
Container Carrier
Ferry
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2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2010
Works DWT G/T DWT G/T DWT G/T DWT G/T DWT G/T DWT G/T DWT G/T DWT G/T
No.
DWT G/T
37
637
77
903
2
11

751

911

11

760

715

7

854

1,084

13
27
826
57
645
1
9
12
1,159
34
1,047
2
10

286

345

5

335

473

5

206

309

5
675 981 13 751 911 11 760 715 7 854 1,084 13 854 702 10 1,171 1,081 12 286 345 5 335 473 5 206 309 5







153

316

5

238

227

4

314

300

4
4
172
5
211
1
3

124

245

5

319

291

5

228

228

3

202

215

3
ー ー ー 153 316 5 238 227 4 314 300 4 176 215 4 124 245 5 319 291 5 228 228 3 202 215 3

44

175

4
15
22
32
88
3
2
32

76

5

25
11
57
44
5
1
12
83
29
136
3
4
5
11
13
44
2
1
40

102

7

9
16
20
31
3
2
12
21
24
31
3
2
44 175 4 37 120 5 32 76 5 36 101 6 95 164 7 16 57 3 40 102 7 25 51 5 33 55 5
719 1,156 17 941 1,347 21 1,030 1,019 16 1,204 1,485 23 1,124 1,082 21 1,311 1,383 20 645 737 17 588 752 13 441 579 13 Grand total
2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2010
% % % % % % %
6.1
(1.5)
1,156 17
7.2
(2.0)
1,347 21
5.8
(1.8)
1,019 16
8.2
(2.9)
1,485 23
6.6
(2.3)
1,082 21
9.5
(3.4)
1,383 20
10.9 2,056 24 11.1 2,077 23 11.5 2,018 30 10.2 1,842 23 12.0 1,974 28 13.5 1,955 24
5.5 1,046 10 6.5 1,214 19 4.9 854 11 6.4 1,156 17 7.4 1,213 14 6.2 899 13
7.1 1,339 27 7.3 1,360 24 6.8 1,188 24 8.3 1,507 33 7.6 1,244 26 6.0 876 21
4.2 800 11 4.3 796 13 3.1 544 10 6.3 1,141 15 5.7 934 12 3.1 454 10
2.4 448 8 2.4 447 8 2.9 505 9 2.2 403 9 2.2 368 8 2.6 383 8
36.2 6,845 97 38.8 7,241 108 35.0 6,128 100 41.6 7,534 120 41.5 6,814 109 41.0 5,949 96
100.0
(24.6)
18,893 574
100.0
(27.6)
18,656 562
100.0
(30.6)
17,525 543
100.0
(34.9)
18,176 534
100.0
(35.0)
16,434 469
100.0
(36.1)
14,515 430
100.0 76,914 3,445 100.0 67,690 3,242 100.0 57,320 2,782 100.0 52,118 2,447 100.0 46,970 2,129 100.0 40,171 1,729
2001 2000 1999 1998 2003
% % % % G/T(thou.) No.
G/T(thou.) No. G/T(thou.) No. G/T(thou.) No. G/T(thou.) No. G/T(thou.) No. G/T(thou.) No. G/T(thou.) No.
G/T(thou.) No. G/T(thou.) No. G/T(thou.) No. %
4.8
(1.9)
579 13
13.0
(4.9)
1,562 22
12.0
(4.8)
1,329 20
8.9
(3.6)
918 29
8.2 991 13 8.8 1,060 13 9.7 1,069 13 8.3 853 12
8.0 957 11 6.6 797 9 6.8 756 9 7.3 748 11
4.5 541 20 7.5 902 21 6.6 729 19 7.5 768 16
7.9 954 11 6.3 756 11 6.3 691 10 5.5 568 11
5.2 626 11 5.2 622 7 4.0 442 8 4.3 446 11
3.5 420 11 3.9 465 13 6.9 763 17 3.0 310 7
42.1 5,068 90 51.3 6,164 96 52.3 5,779 96 44.9 4,611 97
100.0
(38.4)
12,024 462
100.0
(37.9)
12,020 457
100.0
(39.7)
11,051 446
100.0
(40.3)
10,272 601
100.0 31,292 1,553 100.0 31,696 1,799 100.0 27,822 1,829 100.0 25,464 1,954
2002

6.3
(2.3)
752 13
17.3 2,067 25
7.3 868 11
6.7 803 15
3.3 399 9
2.0 237 5
42.9 5,126 78
100.0
(35.8)
11,957 397
100.0 33,383 1,539
(thou.)(thou.)
G/T(thou.) No. G/T(thou.) No.
5.8
(2.0)
737 17
15.2 1,928 22
6.7 852 11
6.2 782 13
4.4 560 13
4.1 514 10
42.4 5,374 86
100.0
(35.1)
12,688 405
100.0 36,131 1,540

633

798

14
633 798 14

476

470

6
476 470 6

27

130

4
27 130 4
1,136 1,398 24
6.9
(1.5)
1,398 24
12.7 2,570 25
6.0 1,203 17
6.0 1,208 26
3.5 712 13
1.9 392 7
37.1 7,482 112
100.0
(21.0)
20,171 577
100.0 96,012 3,706
DWT G/T
No.
(thou.)(thou.)
No.
(thou.)(thou.)
No.
(thou.)(thou.)
No.
(thou.)(thou.)
No.
(thou.)(thou.)
No.
(thou.)(thou.)
No.
(thou.)(thou.)
No.
(thou.)(thou.)
No.
(thou.)(thou.)
Nagasaki
Shipyard &
Machinery
Works
Kobe
Shipyard &
Machinery
Works
Shimonoseki
Shipyard &
Machinery
Works
domestic vessels
export vessels
total
domestic vessels
export vessels
total
domestic vessels
export vessels
total
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.
IHI Corporation
Hitachi Zosen Corporation
Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding Co., Ltd.
NKK Corporation
Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd.
Sumitomo Heavy Industries, Ltd.
Total
Domestic total
World total
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.
Universal Shipbuilding Corporation
IHI Marine United Inc.
Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding Co., Ltd.
Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd.
Sumitomo Heavy Industries ME, Co., Ltd.
Total
Domestic total
World total
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.
Universal Shipbuilding Corporation
IHI Marine United Inc.
Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding Co., Ltd.
Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd.
Sumitomo Heavy Industries ME, Co., Ltd.
Total
Domestic total
World total
Others
Vessels Completed by Mitsubishi Shipyards
List of Ships Newly Built by Major Japanese Shipbuilders
Note: ( ) represents share of world total.
Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
Shipbuilding & Ocean Development
3
8
Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
Shipbuilding & Ocean Development
Vessels Completed by Main Shipbuilding Countries
95
90
85
80
75
70
65
60
55
50
45
40
35
30
25
20
15
10
5
(mil.GT)
Japan Korea China Europe World total
*1 Data : World Shipbuilding Statistics
*2 Steel Ship of not less than 100GT
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
13.0
13.7
14.8
17.7
18.8
3.8 4.1 4.0
4.3
4.1
4.9
31.3
33.4
36.1
40.2
47.0
52.1
20.6
26.4
28.8
5.7 5.5
4.2
57.3
67.7
77.1
12.0
12.7
14.5
16.4
18.1
17.5
18.7 19.0
1.8
2.2
4.7
6.5
7.7
3.7
10.6 14.0
22.0
11.6
12.0
96.0
36.2
31.5
4.1
20.2
Share of Main Shipbuilding Countries
2009 2010
世界竣工量
合計
百万GT
世界竣工量
合計
百万GT
World total
77.1mil.
GT
Japan
24.6%
Korea
37.4%
China
28.5%
Others 4.0%
Europe
5.4%
Japan
21.0%
Korea
32.9%
China
37.7%
Europe
4.3%
World total
96.0mil.
GT
Others 4.1%
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Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
Shipbuilding & Ocean Development
380
370
360
350
340
330
320
310
300
290
280
270
260
250
240
230
220
210
200
190
180
170
160
150
140
130
120
110
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
(mil.GT)
Domestic total World total
*1 Data : 2001-2008 World Fleet Statistics, 2009- World Shipbuilding Statistics
*2 Steel Ship of not less than 100GT
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
75.8
74.9
112.2
146.2
164.0
208.9
329.7
368.1
20.8
24.0
36.0
49.7
51.9
56.9
63.8 63.6
52.0
300.5
42.5
261.0
Shipbuilding Order Book
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Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
Power Systems
2. Power Systems
Outline
The Power Systems has long been designing, manufacturing, constructing and installing
power systems equipment such as boilers, steam turbines, gas turbines and wind mills, and
delivering many of them to customers worldwide.
Major efforts are now focused on the development of technologies for new targets related
to energy conservation, oil substitution, new and renewable energy, and environmental
protection. Through these efforts, the Business Segments has already achieved major
successes in technologies for energy conservation, high-temperature and high-efficiency
steam turbines, high-temperature and high-efficiency gas turbines, combined-cycle power
plants with the world’s highest heat efficiency, ultra-supercritical boilers, and large-capacity,
high-head reversible pump turbines. The Business Segments has also developed outstanding
technologies for coal gasification, a pressurized fluidized bed boiler, wind and geothermal
power generation systems, a photovoltaic system, fuel cells, a secondary battery to meet
new targets in the fields of oil substitution and new/renewable energy, and flue gas DeNOx
systems for environmental protection.
It also offers solutions as environment-friendly and energy saving marine propulsion plant
system by combining some products such as marine diesels, boilers and turbines, and MET
turbochargers.
MHI's ongoing R&D efforts and abundant R&D experience have led to the realization of many
hundreds of power system technologies. In the field of gas turbines, the Power Systems
completed the “G” series gas turbine, the world’s most advanced turbine in its class, with an
inlet temperature of 1,500°C. This technology is a milestone achievement for MHI’s power
system business in a world where the demand for gas turbine plants is rapidly increasing.
MHI has created the world’s most advanced boiler technologies, including new systems
with vertical furnace walls with rifle tubing, once-through boilers, and low level pollution
combustion systems and De-NOx technologies for licensing overseas.
Main Products
Boilers for land use: Ultra supercritical pressure through current boilers, supercritical
pressure through current boilers, forced circulation boilers, natural circulation boilers,
chemical recovery boilers, bark boilers, CO boilers, bagasse boilers, exhaust gas boilers,
waste heat boilers, packaged boilers, circulating fluidized boilers, pressurized fluidized
boilers, coal gasification furnace
Steam turbines for land use: 5MW-over 1,000MW (for power plants, industrial plants,
geothermal plants)
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Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
Power Systems
Gas turbines: 6MW-over 460MW class
Water turbines: reversible pump turbines, various water turbines (Francis type, Deriaz type,
Kaplan type, Pelton type, Tubular type)
Wind turbines: 1,000kW, 2,400kW
Blowers: fans for power systems, blowers for blast furnace
NOx Removal System
Marine boilers: marine boilers for main propulsion, auxiliary marine boilers
Marine turbines: marine steam turbines for main propulsion, marine generator turbines,
marine gas turbines
Marine machinery: various marine pumps, steering gear systems, deck machinery,
propellers (fixed-pitch type), fin stabilizer, water jet
Diesel/Gas engines:
1,500-100,000PS diesel engines (marine/power generation); UE low-speed 2-cycle diesel
engines (marine); KU medium-speed 4-cycle diesel/gas engines (power generation);
Wartsila low-speed 2-cycle diesel engines (marine); MAN medium-speed 4-cycle diesel
engines (power generation)
Turbochargers: MET turbochargers
Thin film PV module (Micromorph Tandem type)
Pumps: Large pumping plants for water works and sewage treatment plants; process
pumps for gas, oil, and chemical plants; various pumps for other industrial applications
domestically and overseas.
Seawater desalination plants: Multi-stage flash (MSF) type and reverse osmosis (RO) type
seawater desalination plants.
Control systems: DIASYS Netmation
New products/Others: lithium-ion secondary batteries, dynamic driving simulators
Production History
Date Product
1974 Completed a 2,350T/H supercritical pressure boiler for a 700MW power plant (then one of
Japan’s largest) (Chubu Electric Power Co., Inc.).
Completed a 3,180T/H supercritical pressure boiler for a 1,000MW power plant (then one of
Japan’s largest) (Tokyo Electric Power Co., Inc.).
1979 Completed a supercritical steam turbine for a 1,000MW power plant (then one of Japan’s
largest) (Tokyo Electric Power Co., Inc.).
1980 Delivered a 318MW Francis-type water turbine for a hydraulic power plant (the largest yet in
MHI’s export records) (Chicoasen Power Station, Mexico).
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Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
Power Systems
Date Product
1980 Delivered MHI’s first large thermal power plant on a full-turn-key contract basis (Harutha
Power Station 4×200MW, Iraq).
1981 Completed two of Japan’s largest coal-fired boilers for a 500MW power plant (Electric Power
Development Co., Ltd.).
1984 Completed 307MW Francis-type pump turbines for a hydraulic power plant (one of Japan's
highest heads yet) (Shikoku Electric Power Co., Inc.).
1984
∼85
Completed a 1,090MW large-capacity, high-efficiency, combined-cycle plant with domestic
technology (Tohoku Electric Power Co., Inc.).
1986 Completed the first MF-111, a gas turbine with high thermal efficiency (Mitsubishi Oil Co.,
Ltd.).
1987 Completed the first MWT-250 wind turbine (300kW) (Kyushu Electric Power Co., Inc.).
Delivered a 151,000kW geothermal plant in the U.S.A. (then one of the world’s largest).
Completed a 145,000kW blast furnace gas-fired combined-cycle plant (world’s highest
output and efficiency) (Kawasaki Steel Corp.).
1988 Delivered MHI’s first export wind turbine, for Hawaii, U.S.A. (MWT-250, 37×250kW).
1989 Completed a 2,300T/H coal-fired boiler (one of Japan’s largest yet) for a 700MW power
plant (Kyusyu Electric Power Co., Inc.).
Completed a 2,150T/H ultra supercritical boiler (one of Japan’s largest yet) for a 700MW
power plant (Chubu Electric Power Co., Inc.).
Completed a 3,190T/H supercritical boiler (one of the world’s largest yet) (Tokyo Electric
Power Co., Inc.).
Delivered a 625MW thermal power plant for the Qurraya Power Station Phase I, Saudi
Arabia (the largest exported by MHI).
1990 Completed a 2, 400T/H soda recovery boiler (one of Japan’s largest yet) (Oji Paper Co.,
Ltd.).
1991 Delivered the first overseas 501F gas turbine, one of the world’s most efficient and highest-
output types, for the U.S.A.
1992 Completed the first 701F gas turbine (1,350°C-class, 50-cycle), one of the world’s most
efficient and highest-temperature types, for MHI’s Yokohama Dockyard & Machinery Works.
1994 Completed the 501F gas turbine (1,350°C-class 60-cycle), one of the world’s highest-class,
highest-temperature, and highest-efficiency types (Kyushu Electric Power Co., Inc.).
1995 Delivered one of the most efficient combined-cycle power plants (670MW), the fifth of its
type built, for Himeji Daiichi Power Plant (Kansai Electric Power Co., Inc.).
Completed the world’s largest-class 1 million kW coal-fired supercritical sliding pressure
operation boiler (130T/H mill x 6 units) (Soma Kyodo Power Plant).
Completed the world’s highest-temperature 500MW steam turbine (566°C/593°C) (Hokuriku
Electric Power Co.).
1996 Completed the 501G gas turbine, one of the world’s most efficient and highest-output (MHI
Takasago Machinery Works).
Delivered the first overseas 701F gas turbine, one of the world’s most efficient and highest-
output types (Wang Noi Stage 1 combined-cycle electric power plant in Thailand).
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Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
Power Systems
Production History
Date Product
1996 Completed operational research under a national project to develop a pilot plant for coal
gasification combined power generation (200t/day).
1997 Launched commercial operation of Position T, a 330MW combined-cycle power plant with
501G gas turbine (MHI Takasago Machinery Works).
Launched Japan’s first commercial combined-cycle power plant with pressurized fluidized
bed combustion (PFBC) (delivered PFBC, steam turbine, and gas turbine) (Hokkaido
Electric Power Co., Inc.).
Launched commercial operation of a 1,000MW coal-fired power plant using ultra
supercritical variable pressure (USVP) (Tohoku Electric Power Co., Inc.).
Delivered Japan’s largest combined-cycle power plant (1,650MW) (Chubu Electric Power
Co., Inc.).
1998 Delivered a highly efficient coal-fired power plant with an environment-friendly design.
(Chugoku Electric Power Co., Inc.).
Completed a vacuum residue (extra-heavy oil)-fired boiler (Koa Oil Co., Ltd.).
1999 Delivered the first combined-cycle power plant to use world’s most heat-efficient gas turbine,
the M701G (805MW, Tohoku Electric Power Co., Inc.).
Delivered the world’s largest class (75MW) diesel power plant, for the Electric Power
Agency in Kenya.
2000 Delivered a 1,440MW combined-cycle power plant using the M701F gas turbine (Tokyo
Electric Power Co., Inc.).
Delivered a KU diesel power plant (135MW) to Pakistani Japan Power Generation
(Independent Power Producer, IPP).
2001 Delivered fifty MWT-1000 wind turbines to the Rock River I project in the U. S. A.
2002 Establishment of two companies for electric power supply.
MHI Yokohama Power., Ltd.: Gas Engine
Seto Wind Hill Corporation: Wind Turbine
Delivered the first overseas M501G gas turbine project. (Ilijian combined-cycle power plant
(1,200MW) in the Philippines)
2003 Delivered the IGCC (431MW) Power plant to Nippon Petroleum Refining Co., Ltd.
Delivery record over 300 sets of KU series engines.
Delivered M501G combined-cycle power plant successively in the U.S.A.: Mystic
(1,600MW) and Fore River (800MW).
Delivered 41 MWT-1000A wind turbines (Combine Hills project) and 160 MWT-1000A wind
turbines (Brazos project).
2004 Completed the first electronically controlled marine diesel engine, the UEC Eco-Engine.
Delivery record of over 3,000 sets of fixed pitch propellers.
Established a joint venture for the manufacture of gas turbine components in China:
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Dongfang Gas Turbine (Guangzhou) Co., Ltd.
Launched operation of the world’s largest 1,000kWp amorphous type solar power plant: GP
solarpark (Buttenwiesen, Germany).
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Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
Power Systems
Date Product
2004 Delivered 1,000kWp amorphous type PV modules to world largest GP solarpark
(Buttenwiesen, Germany)
2005 Delivered the following for overseas FTK projects: Tuas Stage II combined-cycle power
plant (720MW) in Singapore, Port Dickson combined-cycle power plant (714.6MW) in
Malaysia.
Delivered 120 units of MWT-62/1.0 (MWT-1000A) wind turbines (Sun Juan Mesa project)
and 50 units of MWT-62/1.0 (MWT-1000A) wind turbines (Iowa Wind Power project).
2006 Completed the first M701F gas turbine project in China. (Beijing No. 3 combined-cycle
power plant (350MW))
Delivered 1,400kWp amorphous type PV modules to Toledo solar plant (Spain).
Established joint venture (Qingdao Qiyao Wartsila MHI Linshan Marine Diesel Company
Ltd.) of marine diesel business in China.
2007 Delivery record of over 5,000 sets of Marine boiler for propulsion, auxiliary marine boiler.
Delivery record of over 30,000,000 ps of UE diesel engine.
Delivered the following overseas projects:
Map Ta Phut power plant (2×717MW) in Thailand,
Blast furnace gas-fired combined cycle power plants in China at Anshan (300MW) and
Maanshan (150MW).
2008 Delivered one of the most efficient combined-cycle power plants (1,500MW), for KAWASAKI
Thermal Power Station Group1 (TOKYO ELECTRIC POWER CO., Inc).
Delivered 2,250kW of Amorphous type PV modules, and 750kW of Tandem PV modules to
Yeongju plant, located in Korea.
One of the largest PV systems (900kW) inside a theme park in Japan, Huis ten Bosch,
located in Nagasaki was installed with MHI’s Tandem PV modules.
Commencement of commercial operation of Flagship Project (OR, U.S.A.), the first Project
in U.S.A. utilizing MWT92/2.4.
Commencement of commercial operation of the largest wind farm in Kyushu, named
Nagashima Wind Hill (MWT92/2.4×21Units). Accumulated wind turbine supply record has
exceeded 3,000 Units with this project.
2008 Delivered Record of: U.S.A. MWT62/1.0×45Units Dillon Project
U.S.A. MWT62/1.0×209Units Roscoe Project
U.S.A. MWT62/1.0×80Units Goat Mountain Project
U.S.A. MWT62/1.0×180Units Bull Creek Project
U.S.A. MWT92/2.4×1Unit Flagship Project
Korea MWT62/1.0×3Units Shinan Project
Bulgaria MWT62/1.0×35Units Kaliakra Project
Japan MWT62/1.0×16Units Hirokawa Myojinyama Project
Japan MWT92/2.4×21Units Nagashima Project
Installed 800kW of Tandem PV modules in Isahaya plant.
Delivered M501G combined-cycle power plant for Shin-Nagoya thermal power station Group
8 of Chubu Electric Power Co., Inc.
2009 Delivered the Pacifico Power Plant (70MW coal fired supercritical pressure) for the Federal
Electricity Commission.
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Power Systems
Date Product
2009 Delivered Record of: U.S.A. MWT95/2.4×29Units Goat Mountain2 Project
U.S.A. MWT92/2.4×84Units Penascal1 Project
U.S.A. MWT62/1.0×197Units Inadale Project
U.S.A. MWT95/2.4×118Units Gulf Wind Project
U.S.A. MWT62/1.0×63Units Combine Hills2 Project
Japan MWT92/2.4×4Unit Fukura1 Project
Japan MWT62/1.0×1Unit Muroran Project
Number of delivered gas turbines reached 500 units.
Delivered the M501F3 combined-cycle power plant (285 MW) for Mizushima Power
Station No. 1 of Chugoku Electric Power Co., Inc.
2010 Delivered Record of: U.S.A. MWT92/2.4×84Units Penascal2 Project
Achieved 5,000 hours of accumulated time for the long-term running test for the integrated
coal gasification combined cycle test plant of Clean Coal Power R&D Co., Ltd.
Delivered M701F4 combined-cycle power plant (446MW) for Sendai Power Station No. 4 of
Tohoku Electric Power Co., Inc.
Delivered MS01F3 combined-cycle power plant (296MW) for Sakaide Power Station unit
No. 1 of Shikoku Electric Power Co., Inc.
Delivered M501G combined-cycle power plants (2,000MW) for Sakaiko Power Station units
No.1 to 5 of Kansai Electric Power Co., Inc.
2011 Gas turbine combustion device plant in Savannah, Georgia, U.S.A. in full-scale operation.
Delivered Record of: U.S.A. MWT95/2.4×62Units Elm Creek
U.S.A. MWT95/2.4×63Units Juniper Canyon Project
U.S.A. MWT62/1.0×2Units Safeway 2.0
Japan MWT92/2.4×4Units Fukura2 Project
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Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
Power Systems
1955 1960 1965 1970 1975 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010
100
200
300
400
500
600
700
800
900
1000
1500
1650
Power generation boilers
Steam turbines for 50Hz use
Steam turbines for 60Hz use
Others
(MW)
Note: Captions represent the names of Power Stations and Electric Power Companies and *represents new record for capacity and output at that time.
2000
*Kashima,
Tokyo
3,180T/H
Sodegaura,
Tokyo
1,000MW
Higashi Niigata
No.III Tohoku
Combined cycle
power plant
Chubu Electric Power
Kawagoe No.4 combined
cycle power plant
1,650MW
The Knasai Electric
Power Sakaiko No.1-5
Combind cycle power
Plant
TOKYO ELECTRIC
POWER COMPANY
KAWASAKI Group1
combined cycle
power plant
1,500MW
Gresik, Indonesia
combined cycle
power plant
1,584MW
Wang Noi, Thailand, Stage 1
combined cycle power plant
1,306MW
Electric Power
Development Co.,
Tachibana wan No.2
1,050MW (2000.1) H13.1
Electric Power
Development Co.,
Kyusyu
1,000MW
Misumi No.1
Unit Chugoku
1,000MW
Kyushu Electric Power Co.,
Shin Oita No.2 Unit
combined cycle
power plant
870MW
Chita,
Chubu
2,350T/H
*Kashima,
Tokyo
1,950T/H
Kashima,
Tokyo
600MW
*Chita,
Chubu
1,700T/H
Himeji No.II
Kansai
600MW
Takasago,
Kansai
450MW
Sakaide, Shikoku
Combined cycle power plant
Goi, Tokyo
350MW
Chita, Chubu 1,225T/H
Yokosuka, Tokyo 1,157T/H
*Himeji No.II Kansai 1,060T/H
*Himeji No.II Kansai
325MW
*Yokosuka, Tokyo
908T/H
Shin-Nagoya, Chubu
726T/H
*Himeji No.II, Kansai
250MW
Osaka, Kansai
542T/H
*Chiba, Tokyo
435T/H
Meiko,
Chubu 250T/H
Tsurumi No.II Tokyo 66MW, 300T/H
Himeji No.I Kansai
75MW
*Osaka, Kansai
156MW
Yokohama, Tokyo
175MW
The Kansai Electric Power
Himeji No.1 plant No.5
Unit combined cycle power plant
670MW
Progressive Growth of MHI Power Plants
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Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
Nuclear Energy Systems
3. Nuclear Energy Systems
Outline
Since the inception of the development of nuclear power plant technology in 1957, we have
designed, manufactured and constructed all the pressurized water reactor (PWR) nuclear
power plants in Japan.
Tomari No.3 of Hokkaido Electric Power Co., Inc., the latest PWR power plant, started
commercial operation in December 2009.
We have supplied as many as twenty four units of PWRs with a total output of 20,278 MWe.
In the worldwide market, we are not only a nuclear plant supplier but also a service provider
for operator training and post-operational services. We proactively provide preventive
maintenance solutions to enhance safety and reliability of plants. We are also playing
an important role, with support from other members in the Mitsubishi Group, in various
fields of the nuclear fuel cycle, such as nuclear fuel supply, spent fuel reprocessing, fuel
transportation, fuel storage and waste treatment/disposal.
Recently, in addition to reactors in Japan, we are under negotiation on large-sized reactors,
the 1,700MW class US-APWR and EUAPWR for U.S. and EU markets, as well as on mid-
sized reactor 1,100MW class ATMEA1 through the joint venture between AREVA and
MHI for the world market. Our sophisticated technology is in demand for participation in
various national projects, such as development of next-generation light water reactors, high-
temperature gas cooled reactors and controlled thermonuclear reactors. In particular, we have
been selected as a leading company for development of fast breeder reactors (FBRs).
Nuclear related companies in the Mitsubishi Group:
 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.
 Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
 Mitsubishi Nuclear Fuel Co., Ltd.
  (Established in 1971)
 Nuclear Power Training Center Ltd.
  (Established in 1972)
 Nuclear Plant Service Engineering Co., Ltd.
  (Established in 1978)
 Nuclear Development Corp.
  (Established in 1990)
 Nuclear Fuel Transport System Co., Ltd.
  (Established in 1983)
 RECO Ltd.
  (Established in 1991)
 Energis Co., Ltd.
  (Established in 1993)
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Nuclear Energy Systems
1970 ’ Completed Japan’s first PWR power plant (340MW), for the Mihama Power Plant
Unit 1 (The Kansai Electric Power Co., Inc.).
1972 Completed Japan’s first domestically manufactured PWR power plant (500MW), for
the Mihama Power Plant Unit 2 (The Kansai Electric Power Co., Inc.).
1974 ’ Completed Japan’s first three-loop class PWR power plant (826MW), for the
Takahama Power Plant Unit 1 (The Kansai Electric Power Co., Inc.).
1979
1984
1987
Completed the world’s largest PWR power plant (1,175MW × 2) and the world’s first four-
loop plant, for the Ohi Power Plant Unit 1 and 2 (The Kansai Electric Power Co., Inc.).
Completed the first PWR power plant (890MW) under a project sponsored by the
Ministry of International Trade and Industry for the Improvement & Standardization
of the Sendai Nuclear Power Plant Unit 1 (Kyushu Electric Power Co., Inc.).
Adopted Japan’s first Containment Vessel made from prestressed concrete. Completed a PWR
power plant (1,160MW) for the Tsuruga Power Plant Unit 2 (The Japan Atomic Power Co.).
1989 Completed Japan’s first 50Hz PWR power plant, for the Tomari Power Plant Unit 1
(Hokkaido Electric Power Co., Inc.).
2010
Production History
Date Product
Completed Tomari Power Plant Unit3 (Hokkaido Electric Power Co., Inc.) with the latest
technology such as Japan’s largest 54-inch low-pressure turbines and full degital I&C etc.
 Rokkasho Reprocessing Plant Maintenance Service Co., Ltd.
  (Established in 2001)
 Mitsubishi Nuclear Energy Systems, Inc.
  (Established in 2006)
 Mitsubishi FBR Systems, Inc.
  (Established in 2007)
 ATMEA S.A.S.
  (Established in 2007)
 MHI Nuclear Engineering Co., Ltd.
  (Established in 2009)
Main Products

Nuclear power plants: PWR, APWR, US-APWR, EU-APWR, ATMEA1 nuclear reactors
and turbines

Advanced reactor plants: FBRs, HTGRs, nuclear fusion reactors

Nuclear fuel cycle plants: Spent fuel reprocessing equipment, radioactive waste treatment
plants, nuclear fuel flasks, uranium enrichment equipment
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Nuclear Energy Systems
Total    Planned  Under Construction In Operation
Country Region
Units Output Units Output Units Output Units Output
113 11,584.4 8 940.0 1 120.0 104 10,524.4 1
59 6,751.0 1 163.0 58 6,588.0 2
69 6,843.5 11 1,516.7 4 442.1 54 4,884.7 3
52 4,966.6 13 1,544.4 11 1,002.8 28 2,419.4 4
17 2,151.7 17 2,151.7 5
28 2,731.6 2 280.0 6 680.0 20 1,771.6 6
17 1,581.8 2 200.0 15 1,381.8 7
18 1,323.1 18 1,323.1 8
19 1,195.2 19 1,195.2 9
66 6,975.2 13 1,084.8 10
10 939.4
2,566.2
10 939.4 11
8 772.7 8 772.7 12
7 619.4 7 619.4 13
8 789.7 2 270.0 6 519.7 14
31 1538.0 4 530.0 8 552.0 19 456.0 15
8 596.6 2 200.0 6 396.6 16
5 340.5 5 340.5 17
5 454.0 1 172.0 4 282.0 18
3 341.2 2 200.7 19
4 400.0 2 200.0 2 200.0 20
4 200.0 4 200.0 21
6 280.0 4 192.0 22
3 188.0
2 88.0
2 188.0 23
5 352.8 3 211.8 2 141.0 24
2 136.4 2 136.4 25
3 175.0 1 74.5 2 100.5 26
1 72.7 1 72.7 27
1 51.0 1 51.0 28
5 146.7 1 32.5 2 46.2 29
1 40.8 1 40.8 30
2 136.0 1 36.0 1 100.0 31
4 560.0 4 560.0 32
4 480.0 4 480.0 33
4 400.0 4 400.0 34
4 400.0 4 400.0 35
2 187.2 2 36
1 66.4 1 37
1 0.0 1 N/A 38
602
(572)
56,768.6
(52,889.9)
91
(74)
9,974.9
(7,460.5)
75
(66)
7,573.4
(6,513.8)
436
(432)
39,220.3
(38,915.6)
Total
(previous year)
 Others
Nuclear Power Plant Capacity in the World (As of Jan. 1. 2011)
(Unit 10MWe, Gross Output)
* 1
*1 Japanese figures dated 2011.3.31.
*2 The unknown output is not included.
66.4
3,324.2 30 23
140.5 1
1
68.0
2
1 1 N/A 39
1 1 N/A 40
187.2
0.0
0.0
U.S.A.
France
Japan
Russia
Germany
Republic of Korea
Ukraine
Canada
United Kingdom
China
Sweden
Spain
Belgium
Taiwan
India
Czech Republic
Switzerland
Finiand
Brazil
Bulgaria
Hungary
Slovak Republic
South Africa
Romania
Mexico
Argentina
Slovenia
Netherlands
Pakistan
Armenia
Iran
UAE
Turkey
Indonesia
Vietnam
Egypt
Israel
Kazakhstan
lithuania
Jordan
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Nuclear Energy Systems
1965 1970 1975 1980 1985 1990 1995 2005 2000 2010
300
400
500
600
700
800
900
1100
1200
(MW)
1000
Electrical Output
Genkai NO.III, Kyushu
1,180 MW
Tomari No.3, Hokkaido
912 MW
Ohi No.III, Kansai 1,180 MW
Tsuruga NO.II, JAPC
1,160 MW
Ohi No.I, Kansai
1,175 MW
Sendai No.I, Kyushu
890 MW
Takahama No.I, Kansai
826 MW
Takahama No.III, Kansai
870 MW
Mihama No.II, Kansai
500 MW
Mihama No.I, Kansai
340 MW
Genkai No.I, Kyushu
559 MW
Tomari No.I,Hokkaido
579 MW
Progressive Growth of MHI Nuclear Power Plants
PWR and BWR
Of the approximately 400 nuclear power plants currently in service worldwide, 88%* or more
are Light Water Reactors (LWRs), a type that uses normal water for coolant. There are two
basic designs for an LWRs: the PWR (pressurized water reactor) and BWR (boiling water
reactor). About 75% of LWRs are the former type, the PWR. MHI is the only manufacturer of
PWR plants in Japan.
* By generating capacity ratio.
●PWR (Pressurized Water Reactor) ●BWR (Boiling Water Reactor)
Of the 54 nuclear power plants now in service in Japan, 24 units are PWR plants manufactured
by MHI. These PWR plants are operated by the electric power companies of Hokkaido,
Kansai, Shikoku, and Kyushu, as well as The Japan Atomic Power Company. The BWR plants
are operated by the electric power companies of Tohoku, Tokyo, Chubu, Hokuriku, Chugoku.
Reactor
coolant
Secondary
coolant
Reactor
coolant
pump
Secondary
coolant
Pressurizer
Control rods
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te
a
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n
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a
to
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Steam Nuclear
Island
Conventional
Island
Reactor vessel
Turbine  Generator
Condenser
W
a
te
r
Circulating water pump
Feedwater pump
To discharge
canal
Coolant
(Seawater)
There are two water flows in PWR: the "reactor coolant," which circulates between the
nuclear reactor and steam generator, and the "secondary coolant," which circulates
between the steam generator and turbine.
C
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la
n
t
C
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la
n
t
W
a
te
r
Recirculation
pump
Containment vessel
Control
rods
Steam
Fuel
To discharge
canal
Coolant
(Seawater)
The BWR boils water in a nuclear reactor, producing steam to turns a turbine for
electricity generation.
Suppression pool
Coolant
A PWR heats the reactor coolant to a high temperature and high pressure in the
nuclear reactor, then sends it to a steam generator. The steam generator boils the
secondary coolant, producing steam to turn the turbines for electricity generation.
R
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a
ctor vess
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l
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Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
Machinery & Steel Infrastructure Systems
4. Machinery & Steel Infrastructure Systems
Outline
The Machinery & Steel Infrastructure Systems was newly formed within MHI in May
2006 through the integration of two formerly independent headquarters: the Machinery
Headquarters and the Steel Structures & Construction Headquarters.
The Environmental & Chemical Plant Department engages in total engineering and
construction for a wide range of chemical processing plant fields, including oil refineries,
petrochemicals, inorganic chemicals, flue gas desulfurization plants, and flue gas CO
2

recovery plants as well as facilities for the production and storage of oil and gas.
In the Environmental Equipment Department, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Environmental &
Chemical Engineering Co., Ltd. has been engaged in waste treatment system since 2008.
The Transportation Systems Department provides air brakes and new transportation systems
such as APMs (automated people movers), LRT (light rail transit), and linear motor cars. It
also handles Intelligent Transport Systems (the ETC (Electronic Toll Collection) System, ERP
(Electronic Road Pricing) System, etc.).
The Advanced Technology Department provides leading-edge automotive-related
technologies such as motors for HEVs and EVs, testing equipment, laser measuring systems
for exhaust gas, and laser welding systems. It also develops new businesses in new fields
such as beam accelerators, medical systems and semiconductor equipment.
The Compressor & Turbine Department produces compressors and mechanical drive
steam turbines for the oil & gas, refinery, petrochemical, air separation, and carbon capture
& storage fields. These businesses were taken over by the Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Compressor Corporation in 2010.
The Metals Machinery group constructs iron and steel manufacturing plants and related
machinery, continuous casting machines, rolling mill equipment, processing equipment, and
pipe manufacturing equipment. All of these products have significantly contributed to industrial
development domestically and overseas. These businesses were taken over in 2002 by
Mitsubishi-Hitachi Metals Machinery, Inc., a joint venture company established with Hitachi,
Ltd.
The newly established Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Parking Co., Ltd. has been running MHI’s
mechanical parking system business since October 2005.
The newly established Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Bridge & Steel Structures Engineering
Co., Ltd. has been running MHI’s bridge business since 2006.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Plastic Technology Co., Ltd. and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Food
& Packaging Machinery Co., Ltd., wholly owned group companies established by MHI on April
1, 2005, manufacture a diverse range of machinery including injection molding machines for
manufacturing plastic products, fillers for bottling drinks, and packaging machinery for food
and medicines, and have been members of the Machinery & Steel Infrastructure Systems
since 2010.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Printing & Packaging Machinery, Ltd. (MHI-P & PM) was newly
established July 2010. The company manufactures printing and paper converting machinery.
Recently, as part of the company’s efforts for its new business, MHI promotes developing a
smart community where energy, environment and transportation are organically integrated in
the future environmental city. The company engages in demonstration businesses inside and
outside of Japan based on its environment-related products, ITS and technologies used for its
advanced products.
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Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
Machinery & Steel Infrastructure Systems
Main Products
Environmental & Chemical Plants

Chemical plants: production plants for petrochemicals, fertilizer, methanol, DME, and
inorganic chemicals

Oil and gas production plants: oil refinery plants, onshore and offshore plants for oil and gas
production, LNG/LPG production, Fuel receiving terminal

Flue gas desulfurization plants for power generation and process industries

Flue gas CO
2
recovery plants: plants for chemical industries, CO
2
enhanced oil recovery
(CO
2
EOR) and Global Warming mitigation (CO
2
Geological Sequestration)
Environment

Waste treatment systems for the following applications: municipal waste incineration(small-
to-medium and large incinerators (stoker systems, pyrolysis systems, gasification systems,
etc.)); flue gas treatment; waste water treatment; ash vitrification; thermal recovery for power
generation, swimming pool heating, gardening, social welfare institutions with public baths,
etc.; municipal waste classification plants; bulky waste treatment plants; recycling of steel,
aluminum, and paper; various types of industrial waste incineration.
Transportation Systems & ITS

Transportation systems: automated guideway transits, APMs (automated people movers),
suspended monorails, LRT (light rail transit) systems, linear motor cars, maintenance
vehicles

Air brake equipment: various types for bullet trains (“Shinkansens”), freight cars, rolling
stock

Toll equipment: toll-collection equipment for main toll expressways (magnetic-card types for
closed roads, receipt-issue types for open roads)

ITS: ETC (electronic toll collection) systems, ERP (electronic road pricing) systems, DSRC
(dedicated short range communication) equipment
Advanced Technology Systems

Mechatronics Systems: wind tunnels, testing equipment, laser measuring systems for
exhaust gas, motors for HEVs and EVs, laser welding systems, beam accelerators,
hydraulic penstocks, Advanced Control Facilities

Semiconductor Equipment: OLED manufacturing equipment

Vacuum Equipment: integrated piping and instrument systems
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Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
Machinery & Steel Infrastructure Systems
Compressor & Turbine

Compressor and mechanical drive steam turbine for oil & gas, refinery, petrochemical, air
separation, and carbon capture & strage fields
Metals Machinery

Iron and steel manufacturing plants and machinery: iron-making and steelmaking
equipment, rolling mill equipment, processing equipment, pipe-manufacturing equipment
(Mitsubishi-Hitachi Metals Machinery, Inc.), continuous casting machines (MHI Steel
Machinery Engineering & Service Co., Ltd.)
General Machineries

Rubber and tire machinery: engineering and manufacture of various plant equipment and
automated systems for tire manufacture, such as mixers, bias cutters, building machines,
curing presses, and tire testing machine; mixers for industrial rubber goods

Crane and material-handling systems: various cranes for iron and steel manufacturing
plants, container handling quayside cranes, rubber-tyred/rail-mounted gantry cranes,
various overhead traveling cranes for industrial plants, integrated automated storage
systems
Steel Structures

Tunnel-boring machinery: shield machines, tunnel-boring machines, rotator-type boring
machines (The newly established Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Tunneling Machinery &
Geotechnology Co., Ltd. took over the tunnel-boring machinery business in 2007.)

Mechanical parking facilities: integrated and standalone parking structures, including
systems for lift parking, presto parking, tower parking, slide parking, sift parking, and
integrated parking (The recently established Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Parking Co., Ltd.
took over the vertical parking garage business in October 2005)

Steel bridges and stacks: all types of steel roadway bridges, railway bridges, tube tunnels,
road-maintenance equipment, and stacks. (The recently established Mitsubishi Heavy
Industries Bridge & Steel Structures Engineering Co., Ltd. took over the bridge business in
2006.)

Tanks: beer tanks, gasholders

Steel pipes: penstocks, cooling water pipes, water supply pipes

Others: gate facilities
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Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
Machinery & Steel Infrastructure Systems
Industrial Machinery

Injection Molding Machine
*1
: super-large sized electric injection molding machine, large
sized electric injection molding machine, medium sized electric injection molding machine,
large sized electrically driven, rotary platen, co-injection molding machine, large sized and
super-large sized hydraulic injection molding machine

Food and Packaging Machinery
*2
: bottling and canning machinery, other machinery for food
including beverage related products, and pharmaceuticals, packaging machinery, aseptic
filling machinery, other food processing related machinery
*1: Manufactured by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Plastic Technology Co., Ltd.
*2: Manufactured by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Food & Packaging Machinery Co., Ltd.
Printing and Packaging Machinery

Printing machinery: sheet-fed offset presses, commercial web offset presses, newspaper
offset presses

Paper-converting machinery: corrugating machinery, box-making machines
Manufactured by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Printing & Packaging Machinery Ltd.
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Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
Machinery & Steel Infrastructure Systems
Production History
Product Date
Completed MHI’s first ethylene plant in Shanghai, China. 1977
Completed urea fertilizer plant in Iraq. 1979
Started up MHI’s first flue gas desulfurization plant in the USA. 1981
Completed LNG receiving terminal in Niigata, Japan. 1984
Completed MTBE Propylene Plant in Malaysia. 1993
Completed methanol plant in Saudi Arabia. 1997
Completed purified terephthalic acid (PTA) plant in India.
Completed hydrocracking plant in Slovakia.
Completed MHI’s first commercial plant for CO2 Recovery for a fertilizer plant in
Malaysia.
1999
Completed polyethylene/polypropylene plant in Saudi Arabia.
2000
2002
Received order for fertilizer complex plant from Oman. 2004
Established a JV named Advatech, LLC with US engineering firm URS Corporation.
The JV received long-term FGD supply contract from Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA).
2006
Completed LNG recovery terminal in Sakai, Japan.
Completed purified telephtalic acid (PTA) plant in China.
2007 Received order for polyethylene plant from Singapore.
2008 Received order for fertilizer complex plant from Algeria.
Delivered the world’s largest mega methanol plant to Saudi Arabia.
2009
■Environmental & Chemical Plant
Received order for large fertilizer plant (co-current manufacturing of ammonia,
urea and methanol) from the Republic of Tatarstan.
2010
Started up demonstration of MHI Carbon Capture Technology on Southern
Company Coal-Fired Power Plant in the USA.
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Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
Machinery & Steel Infrastructure Systems
Product Date
■Environment
Product Date
■Transportation Systems & ITS
Delivered the first Mitsubishi traveling stoker-type refuse incinerator, to
Sagamihara City, Japan (total capacity: 180T/D).
Delivered the first Mitsubishi-Martin refuse incinerator, to Kawasaki City, Japan
(total capacity: 600T/D with 2,000kW turbine generator).
Delivered the world’s largest waste-to-energy plant to the Ministry of the Environment,
Singapore (total capacity: 4,320T/D, with a 132,600kW turbine generator).
Awarded the largest domestic class of PCB waste treatment plant, from Japan
Environmental Safety Corporation, Japan (PCB treatment capacity: 2T/D).
Awarded the largest domestic class of food waste fermentation and power-
generating plant, from BIOENERGY Corporation, Japan (total capacity: 110T/D
with 1,000kW power generator).
Delivered Japan’s first sewage sludge carbonization facility for Bio Fuel Co., Inc. (total
capacity: 100T/D/3 unites in Tokyo East Sludge Disposal Plant)
Delivered the first unit of fluidized-bed type gasification melting furnace for the
Kushiro Wide-Area Federation. (total capacity: 240T/D)
1964
1974
2000
2003
2004
2006
2007
Delivered the first suspended-type monorail for commuters, for Shonan Monorail.
Delivered a suspended-type monorail for commuters in Chiba.
Delivered an electronic road pricing system for Singapore LTA.
Delivered the full turnkey project for the LRT (line 3) in the heart of Manila, Philippines.
Completed a fully automated, driverless rubber-tyred LRT system for the Sengkang
and Pungol new town area in Singapore.
Completed the first domestically produced 100% low-floor light rail vehicle (LRV),
for Hiroshima Dentetsu Co., Ltd.
Contracted to build the Red Line for Dubai Metro, the world’s largest fully
automated driverless LRT system, in the UAE.
Completed Japan’s first project to export its Shinkansen train system, the Taiwan High-
Speed Rail (345km): MHI, as a Consortium leader, took charge of the track, the signal,
communication, and overhead catenary system, and the overall system integration.
Delivered APM system for Changi Airport in Singapore.
Delivered APM system for Incheon International Airport in Korea.
Commercially released the MOBE-500 transponders for electronic toll collection systems.
Commenced partial operation of Dubai Metro: First Urban Rail System in GCC
— World’s Longsest Driverless Rail System —
Delivered a 2nd generation electronic toll collection system in Yokohama-Aoba Interchange
of Tomei Expressway owned Central Nippon Expressway Co. Ltd.
Commenced operation of Dubai Metro Green Line.
Along with the Red Line, commenced fully operation of a fully automated driverless
LRT system for total of 74 km, the world’s longest line.
Received order of LRT (Light Rail Transit) system from the Macau Government
Transportation and Infrastructure Office
Delivered a free-flow electronic toll collection system in Higashi Meihan
Expressway owned Central Nippon Expressway Co. Ltd.
1970
1988
1998
1999
2002,
2004
2004
2005
2006
2008
2009
2010
2011
Commercially released the MOBE-600 transponders for electronic toll collection sysytems.
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Machinery & Steel Infrastructure Systems
Product Date
1962
1964
1977
1989
1996
1997
2000
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
■Advanced Technology Department
Product Date
Delivered pipeline compressors for GAZPROM in Russia. 2001
Completed a high-pressure (450bar) natural gas injection compressor. 2003
Delivered MHI’s 500th set of Mitsubishi advanced compressors (MACs). 2005
Shop test facility for Mega size compressor (2,000,000T/Y Ethylene). 2006
Delivered Compressors and turbines for 1,000,000T/Y Ethylene Complex for
Tasnee Petrochemical Co. in Saudi Arabia.
2007
Delivered Compressors and turbines for 7,800,000T/Y LNG Complex for Ras Gas
Co., Ltd. in Qater.
Delivered Compressors and steam turbines for 150MTPY Ethylene plant for
Borouge in Abu Dhabi.
2008
Delivered Compressors and steam turbines for MTO plant for Sbenhua
International Ltd., Baotou in China.
■Compressor & Turbine
Delivered Compressors and turbines for 3,300/MTPD Ammonia Complex for Saudi
Arabia Mining Company in Saudi Arabia.
2009
2010
Delivered Compressors and turbines for 1,000/MTPY Ethylene Complex for
Fushun plant of Petro China in Liao Ning Province, China.
2011
Delivered a wind tunnel for cooling tests of vehicle engines, for Mitsubishi Motors.
Delivered the stage machinery system for the New National Theater in Tokyo.
Delivered a stage machinery system to New National Theatre, Opera House.
Completed the Saitama Super Arena, a facility with a movable-seating floor system.
Obtained approval for Pharmaceutical Affairs Law for tumor tracking irradiation
function of highly advanced radiotherapy machine.
Delivered a full-scale acoustic wind tunnel, for SUZUKI Motor Corporation.
Delivered Ferris wheel (Singapore Flyer) in Marina Bay, Singapore.
Delivered Japan’s first steel pipes made of high-tensile-strength steel, for Tokyo
Electric Power Company.
Delivered the normal-conduction RF cavity and superconductive RF cavity for
the TRISTAN project in High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK).
Delivered the large-scale low noise (world’s quietest) wind tunnel, for Railway
Technical Research Institute.
Delivered a retractable seat system and a variable ceiling wall (moving block) to
Saitama Super Arena.
Delivered a proton accelerator, for High Energy Accelerator Research Organization
(KEK) / Japanese Atomic Energy Agency
Delivered 3-D full-scale earthquake testing facility, for Hyogo Earthquake
Engineering Research Center of National research Institute for Earth science and
Disaster prevent.
Began sales of motor and inverter system for HEVs, for MITSUBISHI FUSO
TRUCK & BUS CORPORATION.
Delivered superconducting crab cravity for KEKB project in High Energy
Accelerator Research Organization (KEK).
Delivered a highly advanced radiotherapy machine for Institute of Biomedical
Research and Innovation. (IBRI) in kobe.
Delivered a highly advanced radiotherapy machine for overseas
for UZ Brussel in Belgium.
Delivered MHI’s 1000th set of Mitsubishi advanced compressors. (MACs)
Delivered compressor for floating production, storage and offloading unit (FPSO)
for Petrobras, Brazil.
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Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
Machinery & Steel Infrastructure Systems
Product Date
Product Date
Completed one of the world’s largest ladle cranes (520T). 1982
Completed the world’s first container-handling crane with a seismic isolation system
(at Tokyo Port, Ohi Wharf).
2000
Delivered MHI’s 4,000th set of tire-curing presses. 2002
Completed the world’s first automatic rubber-tyred gantry cranes, for Tobishima
Container Berth Co., Ltd. (at Nagoya Port)
2005
Delivered MHI’s 5,000th set of tire-curing presses. 2007
MHI to manufacture rubber tire machinery in China— production to begin in March. 2009
Delivered the No. 3 hot strip mill to Baosteel Group Corp., China 2007
Delivered hot strip mill to JSW Steel Ltd., India. 2010
Delivered hot strip mill to Hyundai Steel Company, Korea.
Delivered hot strip mill to Dragon Steel Corporation, Taiwan
Delivered a continuous pickling and tandem cold mill for Guangzhou JFE Steel
Sheet Company Ltd. in China
2011
Delivered a continuous pickling and tandem cold mill to Severstal North America, Inc, U. S. A
■General Machineries
Product Date
Completed Japan’s first steel bridge (the Kurogane-bashi). 1868
Completed Japan’s first steel pipes made of high-tensile-strength steels, for Tokyo
Electric Power Company.
1962
Completed the large Second Bosporus Bridge (Turkey). 1988
Completed Japan’s largest movable seating system (11,000 seats) (Yokohama Arena). 1989
Completed 125,000kl in-ground LNG tank, to Tokyo Electric Power Company. 1991
Completed Japan’s first high-tech stage machinery system for a European-style
theater (Aichi Prefectural Theater of Arts).
1992
Completed the world’s largest suspension bridge (the Akashi Kaikyo Bridge). 1998
Completed the world’s largest cable-stayed bridge (the Tatara Bridge). 1999
Completed an ultrahigh stack (230m). 2001
Completed Japan’s largest LNG in-ground storage tank (200,000kl).
2009
■Steel Structures
Delivered Japan’s first runway of hybrid structure using landfill and pier (Runway
D) for Tokyo International Airport (Haneda Airport).
Developed multilevel car parking tower with charging function for electric vehicles
(EVs) and plug-in hybrid vehicles (PHVs).
2010
■Metals Machinery
Completed a φ8,620mm EPB shield for the Channel Tunnel (T5).
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Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
Machinery & Steel Infrastructure Systems
Date Product
Date Product
1962 Started manufacturing Natoco injection molding machines.
1981 Launched MF-series injection molding machines.
1997 Developed small sized injection molding machine.
1999 Developed 3 types of middle-sized electric injection molding machines (ME series).
2000 Collaborated with Fanuc Corporation for sales of electric injection molding
machines.
2001 Developed large-sized electric injection molding machines (em series).
2003 Developed middle-sized electric injection molding machines (ME II series).
Developed high quality molding system, “Active temperature regulating system.”
2004 Developed the industry’s first super large-sized electric injection molding machines
(3500em).
2006 Developed the industry’s first mold platen rotary type bi-material electronic injection
molding machines (3000emR).
Won the Machine Design Award for the super large-sized electric injection molding
machine 3000em.
2008 Developed large-sized injection molding machines (em II series).
1950 Delivered the first lemonade bottle filler.
1952 Exported the first beer bottle filling plant to Taiwan.
1970 Developed and completed cola can filler.
1978 Developed portion package aseptic filler.
1986 Completed liquid cleaner and washing powder filling plant.
1993 Developed Japan’s first continuous syrup preparation system.
1995 Delivered the first aseptic beverage filling plant (CAP1).
1996 Delivered the world’s highest speed mechatronics can filler and can seamer (2000
cans/min.).
1997 Delivered filler for pouch with spout
2001 Developed servo capper for PET bottles in collaboration with a cap manufacturer.
2004 Developed and delivered the world’s first DLC coating machine for PET bottles.
2009 Exported infusion bag filling line to China and Indonesia.
Industrial Machinery
Injection Molding Machine
Food and Packaging Machinery
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Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
Machinery & Steel Infrastructure Systems
Product Date
Started the production of paper converting machinery. 1956
Started the production of printing presses. 1962
Delivered the first newspaper offset press. 1966
Completed the first single-color sheet-fed offset press (the DAIYA). 1967
Developed a commercial web offset press (the LITHOPIA-500). 1977
Commercial test-operation of the world’s first dual-deck corrugating machine (the
Mitsubishi U-corrugator).
1987
Commenced production of newspaper offset presses with 322 rotary folder exports
to the U.S. market.
1990
Began sales of a new box-making machine (the Summit-X). 1997
Launched the DIAMOND series sheet-fed offset presses to target requirements of
the 21st century.
2001
Launched the DIAMOND3000TP Tandem Perfector press based on Mitsubishi’s
unique perfecting unit (launched by MHI).
2002
Began sales of a new high-speed box-making machine (the EVOL). 2003
DIAMONDSTAR newspaper offset press wins Japan Society of Mechanical
Engineers (JSME) Award in Technology Division.
2004
Launched the DIAMOND V3000 series sheet-fed offset presses. 2007
DIAMOND V3000 sheet-fed offset press wins Japan’s “Good Design Gold Award
2008.”
2008
DIAMOND V3000 sheet-fed offset press wins 38th Industrial Machinery Design
Award presented by The Business & Technology Daily News.
Launched the DIAMOND 16MAX
+
series commercial web offset press.
MHI markers LED-UV dryig system for larger format sheet-fed offset presses,
realizig 70-80% reduction in electricig consumper.
2009
2010 MHI establishes new company dedicated to printing & paper converting machinery
business.
■Printing & Packaging Machinery
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Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
Machinery & Steel Infrastructure Systems
4-1. Environmental & Chemical Plant Division
Outline
The Environmental & Chemical Plant Division was founded in August 1970 as the Mitsubishi
Chemical Plant Engineering Center (MCEC). This was developed as a specialized
engineering division without hardware to act as a think tank, integrating in Tokyo the MHI
chemical plant engineering departments which, at the time, were located at Kobe, Yokohama,
Hiroshima and Mihara. Since then, MCEC has evolved to provide consistent project
administration structure to manage all facets of large scale plant projects from feasibility
studies and front-end engineering, to testing, operation and maintenance. A large number of
plants (environmental/ chemical/ gas or oil-related) have been deployed both in Japan and
overseas as MCEC meets customer needs while making full use of MHI’s equipment
manufacturing technologies and facilities, and the extensive internal research and
development expertise located at MHI’s R&D centers.
Main Products
Flue gas desulfurization plants
Flue gas CO
2
recovery plants
Fertilizer plants
Methanol plants
Petrochemical plants
Oil and gas production plants
62
Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
Machinery & Steel Infrastructure Systems
Outline
The Transportation Systems & Advanced Technology Division was formed in October 2009
by combining the Machinery and Steel Structure Division of Kobe Shipyard & Machinery
Works and the Plant and Transportation Systems Engineering & Construction Center located
at Mihara Machinery Works. The Machinery and Steel Structure Division of Kobe Shipyard &
Machinery Works was founded in 1905 and has been at the forefront of advanced technology
engineering ever since. The Plant and Transportation Systems Engineering and Construction
Division was founded in 1943 as a workshop for steam locomotives and air brake systems.
The new division supplies several types of advanced technology transportation systems
including automated people movers (APM), intelligence transport systems (ITS) and others.
The division is an industry leader for technical innovation and has extensive international and
domestic project experience. The division continues to make major contributions to industrial
development and the construction of social and industrial infrastructure particularly in the
fields of mechatronics and power train systems.
As part of the company’s efforts for its new business, MHI promotes developing a smart
community where energy, environment and transportation are organically integrated in the
future environmental city, and furthermore, the company engages in experimental proof
businesses in and outside Japan based on ITS and Advanced technologies.
Area (As of April 1, 2011)
Area (m
2
)
Building Site
44,844 1,024,000 Mihara Site
8,335 1,170,200 Kobe Site
※ Mihara Site area is shared with Mihara Area Management Dept., and Kobe Site is shared with Kobe Shipyard
  & Machinery Works.
4-2. Transportation Systems & Advanced Technology Division
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Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
Machinery & Steel Infrastructure Systems
50
Transit systems equipment Air brakes & marine engine control ■
Others
Main Products
Transit systems
Two-dimensional integrated piping
and instrument system
Air brake & Marine engine control
Toll-collection machinery
(Include related systems)
Mechatronics system equipment
2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
Note: ※1. Figures in the column are in percentage (%) unit
※2. Figures on the column show the amount of total
annual production. (unit: billion yen)
※3. Figures until FY2002, due to integration with Kobe
Note: ※1. Figures in the column are in percentage (%) unit
※2. Figures on the column show the amount of total
annual production. (unit: billion yen)
※3. Figures until FY2008, due to integration with Mihara
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
(bil.yen)
1
89
110
69.2
5
84
11
67.0
88
12
71.2
88
12
61.9
83
17
43.0
88
12
71.6
2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
(bil.yen)
10
35
14
21
17
64.7
20
33
9
14
20
60.7
2
46
13
8
29
2
57.3
1
29
11
45
46.5
(
KOBE
)
2003-2008
Toll-collection machinery Steel structure ■ Advanced control facility
Reconstruction & renewal of cultural & urban facility ■
Environmental equipment ■ Others
Production Distribution
(
MIHARA
)
2003-2008
Note: ※1. Figures in the column are in percentage (%) unit
※2. Figures on the column show the amount of total
annual production. (unit: billion yen)
※ Transportation Systems & Advanced Technology
Division was established in October 2009, through
the integration of Mihara and Kobe
Transportation systems equipment Toll-collection machinery
Air brakes & marine engine control ■ Mechatronics system equipment
(
Transportation Systems & Advanced
Technology Division
)
2009-
0
(bil.yen)
150
100
50
2009 2010
8
1
50
30
19
43.4
1
65
28
36.6
24
56
9
11
106.7
3
4
6
6
26
13
11
74.8
64
Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
Machinery & Steel Infrastructure Systems
Outline
This Works commenced operation in 1944. When the marine division was made separate in
1986, the Works was renamed from the Hiroshima Shipyard & Engine Works to the Hiroshima
Machinery Works. When divisional organization was introduced in the structural reorganization
of 2009, it was inaugurated as the Industrial Machinery Business, Technology & Solutions
Division.
The Industrial Machinery Business, Technology & Solutions Division comprises the Kan-on and
Eba Plants, which currently produce a wide range of products: the Kan-on Plant produces a
variety of industrial machinery such as iron and steel manufacturing machinery, compressors,
and rubber and tire machinery, and also handles the manufacture and construction of various
kinds of plants, while the Eba Plant handles the manufacture and construction of transportation
systems, etc.
Area (As of April 1, 2011)
Area (m
2
)
Building Site
131,274 692,770 Eba Plant
217,092 680,904 Kan-on Plant
346,096 1,373,674 Total
(27,069) (36,940) Hiroshima R & D Center
Note: Land and Building areas of Hiroshima Research Center are included in the Industrial Machinery Bussiness,
Technology & Solutions Division
4-3. Industrial Machinery Business, Technology & Solutions Division
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Machinery & Steel Infrastructure Systems
Annual Production Capacity
Transportation Systems
(Including Automatic Coil Transfer System
for Iron and Steel Works ........... 10 set)
.................................. 15,000 t
Compressor ...................... 200 units
Rubber and Tire Machinery
....................................... 240 units
Iron and Steel Manufacturing
Machinery .................... 50,000 t
Chemical Machinery ...... 1,000 t
Radiotherapy Systems ....... 12 units
38
9
111.5
5
14
34
35
15
7
98.1
18
18
59
11
6
97.0
11
3
9
50
20
7
102.9
5
15
65
9
81.2
6
26
Bridge, Steel Stacks Transportation Systems ■
Iron and Steel Manufacturing Machinery Compressor ■
Aircraft Rubber and Tire Machinery ■
Medical Systems, OLED, General Machinery

among others■
*General Machinery : Clean Room, Factory and Facilities Engineering
Production Distribution
2004
Note: ※1. Figures in the column are in percentage (%) unit
※2. Figures on the column show the amount of total
annual production. (unit: billion yen)
Note: ※1. Figures in the column are in percentage (%) unit
※2. Figures on the column show the amount of total
annual production. (unit: billion yen)
0
20
40
60
80
100
(bil.yen)
23
16
71.5
16
13
2005 2006 2007 2008
2004∼2008
7
38
20
107.3
11
6
Transportation Systems ■ Iron and Steel Manufacturing Machinery
Compressor ■ Rubber and Tire Machinery ■
Medical Systems, OLED and Others ■
2009 2010
0
120
100
80
60
40
20
(bil.yen)
2009∼
(Industrial Machinery Business, Technology
& Solutions Division group connections)
25
5
8
3
4
2
4
2
2
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Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
Aerospace Systems
Outline
In addition to developing and producing fighters, helicopters, and guided weapon systems,
the Aerospace Systems and other MHI divisions involved in defense propose integrated
defense systems based on the newest information technologies.
Not long after developing and producing Japan’s first supersonic jet trainer, the T-2, MHI
developed the F-1 supersonic jet support fighter using the Technologies from the T-2. This
was followed in 1978 by the development of the control-configured vehicle (CCV)
experimental aircraft, a new-generation aircraft with unprecedented maneuverability. The
company has been collaborating with Lockheed Martin Corporation to produce the F-2 jet
fighter, an aircraft based on the U.S. F-16, and delivered the last aircraft in September, 2011.
MHI is also a prolific manufacturer of defense helicopters. For example, the company
completed the final delivery of the SH-60J, a domestically produced anti-submarine
helicopter based on Sikorsky’s SH-60B, in March, 2005. Earlier, in the summer of 2005, the
company completed development and began delivery of the SH-60K, a new-generation patrol
helicopter based on the SH-60J. The UH-60J, a helicopter for rescue/utility operations, is also
manufactured and fully supported after sale.
MHI divisions involved in guided weapon systems manufacture the Patriot surface-to-air
missile, air-to-air missiles, anti-ship missiles, surface-to-ship missiles, and several kinds of
torpedoes and ship-borne weapons.
In commercial aircraft products, MHI manufactures aft fuselage panels for the Boeing767/777
and is expanding its broad cooperative relationship with the Boeing Company. In the
co-development of the next-generation Boeing787 transport aircraft, MHI handles all
composite wing development. The main structure of the main wings of the Boeing 787, which
obtained the type certificate in August 2011 comprises composite material first in medium and
huge passenger aircrafts in the world. The company also manufactures the wings for the
Bombardier Global Express business jet and Challenger 300 business jet. In aero engines,
MHI participates in the production of PW4000, V2500 and TRENT1000 turbofan engines, as
well as the co-development of the TRENT XWB turbofan engines.
In the field of commercial helicopters, MHI produces the cabin of the Sikorsky S-92.
MHI plays a leading role in space systems development and the coordination of Japan’s
space transportation projects under the direction of JAXA (the Japan Aerospace Exploration
Agency). MHI started H-ⅡA launch services in 2006, and has succeeded in launching Six
rockets in succession.
In January 2011, JAXA launched the H-ⅡB rocket No.2 carrying “KOUNOTORI 2” the H-Ⅱ
Transfer Vehicle No.2 (HTV2), which successfully docked with the International Space
Station (ISS).
MHI is in charge of the development of both the H-ⅡB and the HTV.
5. Aerospace Systems
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Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
Aerospace Systems
Main Products
u Aircraft: Jet fighters, trainers, helicopters, transport planes, and wings, doors, and fuselage
panels for commercial aircraft
u Aero engines: Turbofan engines, turboshaft engines
u Guided weapon systems: Missiles, torpedoes, mine hunters
u Space equipment: Space transportation vehicles, engines, ground support facilities
u Industrial equipment: Engine test cells, civil helicopter simulators
Production History
Aircraft
1) ∼1945 (during World War Ⅱ)
2) 1945 ∼ (after World War Ⅱ)
Type 1 attack-bomber Intercepter fighter “RAIDEN”
Type Zero carrier fighter Type 100 command reconnaissance plane
F-86F jet fighter SH-60J anti-submarine helicopter
F-104J jet fighter SH-60K maritime patrol helicopter
F-4EJ jet fighter UH-60J rescue helicopter
F-15J/DJ jet fighter UH-60JA utility helicopter
T-2 supersonic trainer MH2000 multi-purpose helicopter
F-1 close support fighter MU-2 business turboprop aircraft
F-2 jet fighter(developed by U.S./Japan cooperation) MU-300 business jet aircraft
S-55 utility rescue helicopter YS-11 middle-sized transport
S-62 rescue helicopter Boeing 767 transport
HSS-2 anti-submarine helicopter Boeing 777 transport
S-61A rescue/antarctic research helicopter Boeing 787 transport
Bombardier Global Express business jet
Bombardier Challenger 300 business jet
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Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
Aerospace Systems
Space Equipment (up to 2010)
Aero Engines
1945 ∼ (after World War Ⅱ)
GCM1 Gas turbine Compressor (F104, F4)
TJM2 Turbojet Engine (SSM-1)
TJM3 Turbojet Engine (Target Drone)
Domestic Development
JT8D-200 Turbofan Engine (MD80)
PW4000 (Boeing 777, Boeing 747,
A330, MD11 etc)
V2500 (A320 series, MD90)
TRENT1000 (Boeing 787)
TRENT XWB (A350XWB)
International Collaboration
TS1 Turboshaft Engine (OH-1)
MG5 Turboshaft Engine (MH2000)
Domestic Development
PW210 Turboshaft Engine (S-76D) International Collaboration
Hot Firing Test Stand
High Altitude Test Stand
Stage Firing Test Stand
High enthalpy shock tunnel
M rocket launcher
Aerospace ground support equipment (AGE)
H-ⅡA Rocket Launch Facilities
1) Launch vehicles 2) Engines
3) Ground facilities
N-Ⅰ 7 units MB-3 24 units
N-Ⅱ 8 units LE-3 7 units
H-Ⅰ 9 units LE-5 (exclude development prototype) 9 units
H-Ⅱ 8 units LE-5A ( 〃 ) 7 units
H-ⅡA 18 units LE-7 ( 〃 ) 8 units
H-ⅡB 2 unit LE-5B ( 〃 ) 20 units
Solid motor chamber production 33 units LE-7A ( 〃 ) 22 units
CN (for rocket reaction control) 27 units
RCS (for satellite reaction control) 18 units




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Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
Aerospace Systems
Guided Weapon System (up to 2010)
AAM-1 NIKE-J
AIM-9L Patriot
AAM-3
AAM-5
ASM-1 Type 73
ASM-1C MK-46
ASM-2 Type 97
SSM-1
SSM-1B
Type 72 Anti-Submarine Rocket Launcher
Type 80 MK41 Vertical Launching System
Type 89 Anti Submarune Rocket
Type 75 Mine Hunter (S-4)
Mine Hunter (S-7)
Mine Hunter (PAP-104)
Mine Sweeper (S-10)
1) Air-to-Air Missile 2) Surface-to-Air Missile
3) Anti-Ship Missile 4) Light Weight Torpedo
5) Heavy Weight Torpedo 6) Shipborne Weapons
70
20m
40m
60m
H-㈼B

*
*
"

CZ-3 (3A) H -ⅡB
H -ⅡA
(standard type)
PROTON K ATLAS Ⅴ DELTA Ⅳ ALIANE Ⅴ Name
China Japan Japan Russia U.S.A. Europe Contry
8.5 16.5 10.0 21 12.5∼20.5 8.1∼23 18
Payload capacity into Low
Earth Orbit (t)
Payload capacity into
Geostationary Orbit (t)
2.6 8.0 4.0 4.9 4.9∼8.7 4.2∼13 6.8∼12
Outline
Major rockets of the world for the launch of
large-scale static satellites with capacities of 2 to 6 tons
ⅩⅠ. Business Segments & Divisions
Aerospace Systems
7
1
Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
Aerospace Systems
Aerospace technology
Systems engineering
Structures
Construction, shipbuilding
transport, information
systems, management
Quality control, reliability
control, and standardization
of various industries
Lightweight monocoque
structures for vehicles
and rolling stock
Fail-safe structures for
vehicles, steel structures,
and facilities
Design of vehicles, rolling
stock, buildings, and bridges
Carbon fiber composite
for golf club shafts
Compact, reliable electronics
products
Hydraulic machinery, brakes,
and bearings for Shinkansen
(bullet trains) and vehicles
Automatic operation of vehicles,
rolling stock and ships, simulators
Highly efficient energy formation
methods, chemical processing
methods, adhesion welding
Gas turbine generation, ships,
use of ground transport,
aero-engine test cells
Corrosion technology for various
industrial applications
Use of group
materials, heat-resistant
materials, and reinforced
plastics for vehicles, ships,
and structures
Aerodynamics
Materials
Energy saving
Pollution control
Control
Processing
Engines
Electronics
& precision
Electric machines
& machinery
Effective use of
resources
Improved safety
measures
Improved working
environments
Improved living
environments
Solutions for transport
problems
Technological effects of the aircraft industry
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Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
General Machinery & Special Vehicles
Outline
The General Machinery & Special Vehicle handles the trading of a wide range of products
provided by MHI to support daily life and societies around the world: turbochargers, engines,
power-trains, industrial vehicles, and special vehicles.
The Business Segments supplies turbochargers for a wide variety of vehicles from
automobiles to marine use with output range of 20 to 2,000kW, to improve the combustion
efficiency of engines and cope with environmental regulations. Turbocharger manufacturing
plants and sales bases located in Japan, the U.S.A., Europe, Thailand, China and other
countries are operating worldwide.
The Business Segments trades in both diesel and gasoline engines. The diesels include
medium-and small-sized engines (3.4~3,789kW) for machinery such as generators, pumps,
small-sized ships, and agricultural machinery. Two sizes of gasoline engines are handled:
0.7~9.6kW for machinery such as agricultural machines, fountain machines, and mowing
machines. The engines supplied can also be divided into two types based on the purchasers:
those for final manufacturers and those installed within products for immediate use by the
customer. The Business Segments does not trade in engines for automobiles.
The Business Segments manufactures and provides key components for industrial vehicles,
such as drive-axles, transmissions, AC-controllers and packs of lithium-ion secondary
batteries. The Business Segments also offers hybrid-engine systems and electric drive
systems to customers by fusing the know-how and technology fostered in developing and
manufacturing these key components into various combinations.
The Business Segments trades in forklift trucks (1~42ton), the core of its industrial vehicles
and its main business. Four forklift manufacturing plants in Japan, the U.S.A., Europe and
China, are operating worldwide. Other goods traded include heavy cargoes such as
automatically guided vehicles and motor graders for transportation and clearing land.
The main special vehicles traded at the Business Segments are tanks, self-propelled
howitzers, and fleet engines.
6. General Machinery & Special Vehicles
73
Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
General Machinery & Special Vehicles
Main Products
Engine
1. Engines
Application Type Output (kW) Product name
For agricultural use
(agricultural machinery/
small-sized industrial
machinery)
For industrial use
(construction machinery/
generators/industrial
drive units)
For marine use
(main propulsion/
auxiliary use)
Air-cooled
gasoline
Water-cooled
diesel
Water-cooled
diesel
Water-cooled
gas
Water-cooled
diesel
0.7 ∼9.6
3.4 ∼28
3.4 ∼3,789
243 ∼1,078
15 ∼3,789
MEIKI gasoline
engine
MITSUBISHI
diesel engine
MITSUBISHI
diesel engine
MITSUBISHI
gas engine
MITSUBISHI
marine diesel
engine
Turbochargers
Output range of Mitsubishi turbo charger
Passenger vehicles
(diesel and gasoline)
Busses and trucks
Industrial and marine
10 30 50 100 300 500 1000 3000 5000(kW)
Output (kVA)
0.55 ∼5.8
20 ∼500
20 ∼875
200 ∼3,500
230 ∼1,000
170 ∼2,000
Product name
Portable gasoline generator MG
Diesel engine generator PG
Portable engine generator MGP
Diesel engine generator sets
Gas engine generator sets
Diesel / Gas Cogeneration system
2. Engine Generating Equipment
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Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
General Machinery & Special Vehicles
Mitsubishi Small-and Medium-Sized Engine Series
(excluding automobile and special vehicle use)
Agricultural,
industrial &
marine use
Industrial &
marine use
Main application
Output
(kW)
Product
MITSUBISHI
Engine
For
industrial
use
For
generator
sets
For
marine
use
MEIKI Engine
3.4
0.7 9.6
3,789
3,789
3,789
0 15 30 50 100 250 500 1,000 4,000
15
20
gas engine
Powertrain
Hybrid drive systems, inverters/controllers, transmission, drive axles,
lithium-ion secondary battery packs
Material Handling Equipment
Forklift trucks
Large Industrial Vehicles/Construction Machinery
Automatic Guided Vehicles, Articulate Dump Trucks, Motor graders
Special Vehicles
Tanks, fleet engines
75
Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
General Machinery & Special Vehicles
Production History
Date Product
1931 Began production of industrial engines.
1946 Began production of agricultural engines.
1947 Began production of marine engines.
1956 Began production of engine generators.
1995 Began production of gas engine generators.
Engine
Date Product
1971 Began sale of forklift trucks (internal-combustion type).
1994 Began sale of forklift trucks (electric type).
2009 Began sale of forklift trucks (hybrid type).
Material Handling Equipment
Date Product
1950 Began sale of motor graders.
1985 Began sale of heavy cargo carries.
Large Industrial Vehicles/Construction Machinery
Date Product
1956 Began production of turbocharger.
Turbocharger
Special Vehicles
1) ∼1945 (during World War Ⅱ)
Type 95 light tanks Type 97 medium tanks
2) 1945 ∼(after World War Ⅱ)
Type 61 tanks
Type 74 tanks
Type 90 tanks
Type 60 armored personnel carriers
Type 73 armored personnel carriers
Type 89 mechanized infantry combat vehicle
Type 75 self-propelled 155mm howitzers
Type 99 self-propelled 155mm howitzers
Type 87 self-propelled anti-aircraft guns
Type 90 tank recovery
Type 91 bridge layer
Heavy wheeled recovery
76
Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
General Machinery & Special Vehicles
Area (As of April 1, 2011)
Area (m
2
)
Site
Main Plant
Iwatsuka Plant
Chitose Plant
Total
Building
451,322
20,000
42,395
238,037
20,000
7,920
513,717 265,957
Brief History of the Production Site
1920
Established as an automobile maintenance factory in Shibaura, Tokyo. Lines were
added for the manufacture of diesel engines, construction machinery, and special
vehicles in ensuing years.
1970
The Automobile Division split from Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. The production
facilities for construction machinery moved to their current location, in Sagamihara.
2000
The General Machinery & Special Vehicle Headquarters was established as an
integrated organization with sales and manufacturing divisions (from April 1).
2005 Gasoline engines were transferred to the Headquarters from the Industrial
Machinery Division on April 1.
Date Product
Production Distribution
Special Vehicles and Naval-Use Engine Construction machinery / Leisure equipment■
Forklift trucks / Distribution equipment Diesel engines / Generator sets / Cogeneration systems ■
Turbochargers Light-weight gasoline engines■ Small-sized gas turbines■
Construction Machinery and Concrete Placing Equipment■
2010
Note: ※1. Figures in the column are in percentage (%) unit
※2. Figures on the column show the amount of total annual
production. (unit: billion yen)
250
0
50
100
150
200
(bil.yen)
157.6 156.5
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
16 16
25 24
27 29
14
16
10
1
173.0
14
23
32
16
209.1
19
23
32
15
1
230.5
14
25
34
17
5
1
253.7
14
27
33
17
5
3
274.1
12
26
35
19
5
238.4
11
25
36
20
5
159.9
16
18
37
20
7
7
7
1
6
6
8
1
1
5
5
4
3
3
3
202.9
38
20
2
5
19
16
77
Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
Air-Conditioning & Refrigeration Systems
Outline
As a comprehensive manufacturer of air-conditioners and refrigeration units, the Air-
Conditioning & Refrigeration Systems manufactures a wide ranging product series, from the
residential-use air-conditioners to commercial-use air-conditioners, automotive thermal
systems, applied refrigeration use machines, transport refrigeration units, and centrifugal
chillers. The integrated organization of the Business Segment facilitates the development,
manufacture, and marketing of a wide range of high-quality products, including many
industry-first and top-of-the-line product series.
Some of the latest examples of the highly energy-efficient products being developed and sold
include the ETW, an industry-first heat recovery type centrifugal heat pump; Q-ton, a CO2
refrigerant heat pump water heater for commercial use which can be used at the minimum
external temperature of -25ºC; TU100SA, a sub-engine type refrigerating unit for trucks that
has achieved high energy-saving features, small size, light weight and low-noise; and
Compressors for automotive thermal systems, which achieved small size, light weight and
high efficiency and suitable for use in compact vehicles and hybrid / electrical vehicles.
Overseas bases have been established subsequently in Thailand, China, the U.S.A.,
Australia, and so on, in preparation for expected expansions in global market. These
overseas bases coordinate organically with each other to improve efficiency in global
operations of the Business Segment.
7. Air-Conditioning & Refrigeration Systems
78
Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
Air-Conditioning & Refrigeration Systems
Main Products
u Commercial use air-conditioners: packaged air-conditioners for shops, multi-type air-
conditioners for buildings, packaged air-conditioners for facilities, chilling units, gas heat
pump air-conditioners, cooling tower, commercial use cooling and heater, residential use
air to water heat pump
u Residential use air-conditioners: room air-conditioners, housing air-conditioners,
humidifiers, air purification system
u Automotive thermal systems: automotive thermal systems, truck air-conditioners
u Applied refrigeration use machines: semi-hermetic type condensing units, hermetic
condensing units, storage refrigeration units
u Transport refrigeration units: bus air-conditioners, truck and trailer refrigeration units
u Centrifugal chiller: centrifugal chiller, industrial use water to water heat pump, heat source system
Date Product
Began sales of marine carbonic acid gas refrigerators.
Began sales of small-sized open-type condensing units.
Began sales of multi-cylinder refrigerators.
Began sales of packaged-type air-conditioners.
Began sales of air-conditioners for residential use.
Began sales of automotive thermal systems.
Began sales of air-cooled heat pump package-type air-conditioners.
Began sales of marine transport refrigeration units.
Began operation of district heating and air-conditioning system in Senri New Town.
Began sales of split-type room air-conditioners.
Began sales of wall-mount type commercial use air-conditioners.
Began sales of ceiling recessed commercial use air-conditioners.
Began sales of pressure cooling units.
Began export of automobile air-conditioners to the U.S.A.
Began sales of ceiling-suspension, wall-mounted, floor-standing conversional air-
conditioners.
Began sales of a high-temperature heat-pump system for industrial use.
Began sales of a very-high-air-temperature outlet, fast pull-down residential heat
pump and a low-air-temperature outlet, fast pull-down residential air-conditioner.
Began sales of a heat pump high-temperature self-cleaning anti microbe soft ice
cream freezer.
Began sales of ceiling fan type indoor unit.
Production History
1915
1946
1952
1953
1956
1957
1961
1967
1970
1971
1978
1980
1981
1982
1984
1986
1987
1988
79
Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
Air-Conditioning & Refrigeration Systems
Date Product
Began sales of a fuzzy control high-temperature-air outlet heat pump.
Began operation of a district heating and air-conditioning system designed to use
waste heat from the subway in Sapporo.
Began sales of zone air-conditioners for outdoor use.
Began sales of PSA-feron recovery equipment.
Began sales of underfloor-type air-conditioning systems.
Developed an ethylene removal system.
Began sales of land-use container freezing units (achieved -30˚C) using CFC22.
Began sales of a residential use air-conditioners with a highly efficient new-type DD
scroll compressor.
Began sales of space-saving air-conditioners for commercial use incorporating
horizontal scroll compressors.
Began sales of ice-storage-type commercial use air-conditioners.
Began sales of roof air-conditioners to be installed in the roofs of camping cars.
Began sales of refrigerant-heating-type commercial use air-conditioners.
Began sales of small-size split-type refrigerating and freezing units designed for use
with the new cooling agent R404.
Began sales of the triple DD scroll compressor air-conditioner designed for use with
the new cooling agent R410A.
Began sales of high efficiency and high-grade residential use air-conditioners (the
RZ series).
Began sales of high-efficiency residential use air-conditioners with a new ventilation
mechanism (the BLSV series).
Began sales of high-efficiency inverter-type commercial use air-conditioners (the
HiCoP25 series).
Began sales of an air-conditioner for residential use which can be operated via the
internet (the e-@ir).
Began sales of multi-type ice storage air-conditioners for buildings (the High Peak
Shift & Cut series).
Began sales of speedy heating/cooling and low-noise air-conditioners based on jet
engine technology (the SD series).
Began sales of the world’s highest-efficiency centrifugal chiller designed for use with
R134a (the NART series).
Began sales of inverter-type commercial use air-conditioners (the Hyper-Inverter
series).
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
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Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
Air-Conditioning & Refrigeration Systems
Brief History of the Production Site
Matsusaka plant
Area (As of April 1, 2011)
Area (m
2
)
Site
Biwajima plant
Building
157,770 120,790
Takasago plant 20,120
Total 334,160 192,510
176,390 51,600
Date Product
1962 The Biwajima plant was established as part of the Nagoya Machinery Works.
1982 The Biwajima plant began operating independently as the Nagoya Air-Conditioning
& Refrigeration Machinery Works.
1987 “Nagoya” dropped from the name of the Works (new name: Air-Conditioning &
Refrigeration Machinery Works).
2000 Ai r-Condi ti oni ng & Refri gerati on Systems Headquarters establ i shed as a
consolidated entity with sales and production divisions.
Date Product
Began sales of variable speed driven centrifugal chillers with the world’s highest
partial load efficiency (the NART-Ⅰseries).
Began sales of an inverter-type variable flow air-conditioners for buildings (the Hyper
Multi LX series).
Began sales of high-efficiency gas heat pump air-conditioners (GHPs) (the ECO7
series).
Began sales of TFV2000D, the country’s first freezing unit for trailers.
Began sales of the New SJ series, and the New ZJ series residential air-conditioners.
Began sales of variable speed driven centrifugal chillers (the ETI series).
Began sales of the heat recovery type centrifugal heat pump (the ETW).
Began sales of the RSM series and the RM series residential air-conditioners with
automatic filter cleaning function.
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
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Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
Air-Conditioning & Refrigeration Systems
Production Distribution Annual Production Capacity
Commercial use air-conditioners (multi-type
air-conditioners, etc.)
.............................................. 15,000 units
Automotive thermal systems (compressor)
Belt drive .......................... 1,200,000 units
Motor drive ........................... 180,000 units
Transport refrigeration units (truck and
trailer refrigeration units, bus air
conditioners)
.............................................. 65,000 units
Centrifugal chiller (centrifugal chiller)
........................ 400,000 refrigerating tons
Commercial industrial packaged air conditioner Residential use air conditioner ■
Automotive thermal systems Applied refrigeration use machinery ■
Transport refrigeration machinery Centrifugal chiller ■
30
97.6
31
15
12
9
2010
Note: ※1. Figures in the column are in percentage (%) unit
※2. Figures on the column show the amount of total annual
production. (unit: billion yen)
0
50
100
150
200
(bil.yen)
3
27
31
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
136.9
129.6
28 30
26
15
11 9
10
3
33
113.8
30
11
9
14
2
31
113.7
35
11
9
12
2
27
123.3
37
11
13
10
2
28
134.8
34
16
12
8
3
25
114.5
35
13
16
3
28
79.6
30
16
2
28
106.5
36
10
15
11
9
6
4
8
11
3
Others
Air-Conditioning & Refrigeration Products
Total Demand (2001.4 ∼2010.3)
Commercial-use air-conditioner Residential-use air-conditioner ■ Automobile & bus air-
conditioner Centrifugal, absorption chiller ■ Refrigeration unit ■ Cold Storage & refrigeration
equipment ■
2010
Note: ※1. Figures in the column are in percentage (%) unit
※2. Figures on the column show the amount of total annual
production. (unit: billion yen)
※3. Figures are based on "the Machine Statistics Monthly
Report" by Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry.
(Domestic + Export)
0
1000
2000
3000
(bil.yen)
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
20.8
31.1
30.6
10.9
2414.9
1.2
19.6
27.7
33.1
6.9
11.5
2116.6
1.2
24.8
21.9
32.9
7.4
11.8
2121.7
1.3
24.9
22.4
31.8
7.5
12.1
2200.0
1.4
27.0
21.7
31.8
11.9
2227.2
1.4
28.8
20.1
32.7
6.2
10.7
2308.7
1.6
27.7
20.6
34.0
6.4
9.8
2309.3
1.5
31.1
21.8
29.5
9.8
2120.7
1.7
30.8
20.9
30.7
9.8
1909.8
1.3
5.4
6.1
6.1
6.5
32.8
23.0
28.3
8.7
2109.7
5.9
1.3
82
Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
Machine Tool
Outline
The Machine Tool manufactures various machine tools, precision cutting tools, engine valves
and transmission devices at its main plant at Ritto in Shiga Prefecture and the Iwatsuka plant
in Nagoya.
In addition to its accumulated technologies as a pioneer in the Japanese Machine Tool
Industry, the Business Segment has the production technique which has been growing as an
equipment supplying division to support its world top level energy and infrastructure related
products, and it is highly praised in and outside of Japan. The division focuses not only
performance of machine, but also development of global and work environmental-friendly
machine tools.
In 2002, it successfully developed the precision cutting tools “Super Dry Hob,” the world’s first
cutting tool for the complete dry cutting system (gear processing method requiring no cutting
oil). The Business Segment is a total manufacturer of gear cutting tools, renowned worldwide
for its versatile skills in the production of both precision cutting tools and gear cutting
machines, and markets high valued products.
The Business Segment had its start producing engine valves for aircrafts during the World
War II, and now it produces valves mainly for automobiles. In 2010, it commercialized Head-
Stem-Hollow valve that have been applied for Zero Fighter. Umbrella hollow engine valve has
not only achieved weight saving and more efficient burning, but also contributes to CO2
reduction.
The power transmissions of MHI have achieved power transmission of high speed and
accuracy due to its unique technologies of Niemann tooth and planetary traction drive, and
they are adopted to various kinds of industrial machines requiring high accuracy.
Overseas Manufacturing Base
India, precision cutting tool manufacturer
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries India Precision Tools, Ltd.
China, gear machine tool manufacturer
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (Changshu) Machinery Co., Ltd.
Main Products
u Machine tools: gear cutting machine, large machine (horizontal boring mill, vertical
precision milling machine), special-purpose machine, machining center, cylindrical
grinding machine
u Precision machinery products: precision cutting tools, engine valves, transmission
devices, precision position feedback sensor
uOthers: wafer Bonder
8. Machine Tool
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Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
Machine Tool
Date Product
Production History
1939 Began production of lathes.
1944 Began production of aircraft engine valves.
1953 Developed Japan’s first transfer line for mass-production.
1960
Began production of the Mitsubishi-Innocenti CWB milling-and-boring combined
machine.
1961 Began production of the Mitsubishi-Lorenz hobbing machine.
1963 Began production of worm gear units.
1966 Began production of the Mitsubishi-Reihauer shaving cutter grinder.
1967 Developed Japan’s first NC horizontal boring mill. Began sales of the MAF machine.
1968 Developed the Mitsubishi horizontal machining center “MPA Series.”
1978 Began production of the Mitsubishi-Warner Swasey cylindrical grinding machine.
1980
Developed Japan’s first NC gear hobbing machine.
Began sales of the GH400NC.
Developed the Mitsubishi Planetary traction drive units.
1983 Developed Japan’s first NC cylindrical grinding machine “A6G/P6G.”
1985 Began sales of a vertical precision milling machine “M-VR series.”
1986
Completed the world’s largest-class NC milling-and-boring combined machine
“Supermiller.”
1987 Developed a high-speed, high-precision die and mold machine “M-KR series.”
1997
Developed a dry cutting system. Began sales of SuperDry hobbing machines “GN
series and SuperDry hob.”
2003 Began sales of the new vertical precision milling machine “MVR series.”
2004
Began sales of E series machines for gear manufacture: SuperDry hobbing
machine “GE series,” SuperDry gear shaping machine “SE25A,” gear shaving
machine “FE30A,” and gear grinding machine “ZE series.”
Began sales of large-size die and mold machine “MVR-FM series.”
2005
Developed the world’s first wafer bonding machine operable at room temperature
for MEMS.
2006 Began sales of the micro milling machine “µV1.”
2008 Began sales of the new horizontal boring mill “MAF150R.”
2009
Began sales of the world’s first mass production type internally toothed ring gear
grinding machine “ZI20A.”
2010
Developed Japan’s first large-size gear grinding machine “ZGA2000.”
Commercialized “Head-Stem-Hollow valve” for automobiles.
2011 Began sales of large gear shaper “SEA 1600.”
84
Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
Machine Tool
Brief History of the Production site
Ritto
Afrer integration
Date Product
Hiroshima
Date Product
1939
1943
1945
1982
1944
1970
1983
1986
Date Product
Toyo Kikai Company established. Commenced the manufacture of lathes at the
Hiroshima Plant (Gion, Hiroshima-city).
Toyo Kikai Company renamed to Mitsubishi Machine Tool Company.
Mitsubishi Machine Tool Company merged into Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.
Hiroshima Plant renamed to Hiroshima Works.
Hiroshima Machine Tool Works established under the direct authority of the Mass-
Production Headquarters.
The former Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. commenced production of aircraft engine
valves at Kyoto Machinery Works (Uzumasa, Kyoto-city).
Production of aircraft engines commenced at Kyoto Engine Works (Katsura, Kyoto-city).
Automobile Division separated from the Kyoto Machinery Works. Plant renamed to
Kyoto Machinery Works of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.
Ritto Plant was constructed in Ritto, Shiga Prefecture, Japan.
Universal machine manufacturing plant was constructed (current No. 1 Machine Tool Plant) in Ritto Plant.
2000
2003
2004
2005
2011
Kyoto Machinery Works and Hiroshima Machine Tool Works of Mitsubishi Heavy
Industries, Ltd. integrated and renamed Machine Tool Works (January).
Machine Tool Division established in order to integrate production and sales operations (April).
No. 2 Machine Tool Plant constructed. Hiroshima Plant moved and integrated into the
Ritto Plant.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Machine Tool Sales Co., Ltd. established as a dedicated
machine tool sales subsidiary in Japan (April).
MHI Machine Tools H.K., Ltd. established as a dedicated machine tool sales/service
subsidiary in Hong Kong (December).
Integrated production of power transmissions (Iwatsuka Plant, Nagoya-city) with the
Machine Tool Division (April).
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. acquired Indian tool company S.R.P. Tools Limited.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries India Precision Tools, Ltd. established (May).
Started production of gear machine tools at Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (Changshu)
Machinery Co., Ltd. in China. (March)
Reorganized as Machine Tool Division due to entire company’s restructuring
85
Ⅶ. Business Segments & Divisions
Machine Tool
Total
Area (As of April 1, 2011)
Area (m
2
)
Site
Ritto Machinery Works
Iwatsuka Plant
Building
368,800
14,202
383,002
79,120
14,202
93,322
Annual Production Capacity
Large Machine................... 210 units
Special-purpose machine... 100 units
Gear cutting machine.........720 units
(Including cylindrical grinding machine)
Precision cutting tools....55,000 pcs.
Engine valves.........43,000,000 pcs.
Transmission devices..... 30,000 pcs.
Precision position feedback sensor
.....................................7,800 pcs.
Production Distribution
Machining center Large machine ■ Special-purpose machine Gear cutting machine ■
Precision cutting tools Engine valves ■ Transmission devices ■ Others ■
2
12
12
20
10
9
8
29
40.5
9
9
24
6
6
7
11
28
52.1
9
31
8
7
31
52.2
5
2
4
2 2
9
32
8
5
35
55.3
2
4
8
35
8
8
32
52.0
9
41
9
22
31.2
2010 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
(bil.yen)
Note: ※1. Figures in the column are in percentage (%) unit
※2. Figures on the column show the amount of total annual
production. (unit: billion yen)
5
7
5
8
4
5
7
8
27
37
34.3
2
11
2
..
86
Nagasaki Shipyard & Machinery Works
Kobe Shipyard & Machinery Works
Shimonoseki Shipyard & Machinery Works
Yokohama Dockyard & Machinery Works
Takasago Machinery Works
Nagoya Aerospace Systems Works
Nagoya Guidance & Propulsion Systems Works
Ⅷ. Works
87
Ⅷ. Works
Nagasaki Shipyard & Machinery Works
Outline
The Works was established in 1857 as “Nagasaki Yotetsusho,” the first warship repair facility
in Japan. In the years since the Works has grown as both a shipbuilder and manufacturer of
machinery, leading the industry both in quality and quantity. The Works presently consists of
four plants: the Main plant, the Koyagi Plant, the Saiwaimachi Plant, and the Isahaya Plant.
The shipbuilding division excels in the building of ships with high added-value, such as LNG
ships, LPG ships, and cruise ships. The machinery division contributes to the development of
society as a producer of thermal, geothermal, and wind power plants, as well as solar cells,
pollution control equipment, desalination plants, and marine machinery. The Works also
participates in the production of space equipment based on long years of accumulated
experience and technology, and develops new fields and products, including its fuel-cells, and
integrated coal gasification combined-cycle power plants.
Annual Production Capacity
Shipbuilding ............1,900,000 GT
Ship repair ..............5,500,000 GT
Boilers for land use ......15,000 t/h
Boilers for marine use....2,600 t/h
Steam turbines for land use
  ...........................6,250,000 kW
Steam turbines for marine use
  ..............................400,000 kW
(540,000 PS)   
Propellers .........................100 units
Turbochargers ...............2,000 units
Wind Turbine Generators ..700 MW
Area (As of April 1, 2011)
Area (m
2
)
Building Site
334,568 586,584 Main Plant
72,688 68,298 Saiwaimachi Plant
443,856 1,606,065 Koyagi Plant
57,259 135,961 Isahaya Plant
908,371 2,396,908 Total
74,192 201,906 Nagasaki R&D Center
50
34
Production Distribution
2010
500
400
300
200
100
0
(bil.yen)
Shipbuilding and Steel structures  Turbines, boilers for land use ■
Marine machinery  Space equipment and other machines ■
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
37
49
6
7
7
10
426.6
379.6
42
39
9
10
308.6
51
32
6
11
407.8
45
36
9
10
390.5
51
34
9
6
441.8
51
38
7
4
453.5
53
35
6
6
461.7
44
48
42
36
7
8
7
8
379.7
385.1
Note: ※1. Figures in the column are in percentage (%) unit
※2. Figures on the column show the amount of total annual
production. (unit: billion yen)
1. Nagasaki Shipyard & Machinery Works
88
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Kobe Shipyard & Machinery Works
268.4
14
55
8
23
269.1
22
58
20
270.2
18
59
23
303.3
16
67
17
399.0
11
18
364.4
352.2
72 72
16 18
2. Kobe Shipyard & Machinery Works
Outline
Kobe Shipyard & Machinery Works started operation in 1905 mainly as a facility for repairing
ships.
Today it comprises the Main Plant and the Futami Plant. The Shipbuilding & Ocean
Development Division manufactures high value-added vessels such as container ships, pure
car and truck carriers, submarines, and deep submergence research vehicles. The Power
Systems and the Nuclear Energy Systems Division, meanwhile, manufactures things such as
nuclear power plants and diesel engines for vessels, contributing to industrial development
and building of a solid social infrastructure. Also, the Machinery & Steel Infrastructure
Systems Division manufactures a variety of products for terrestrial applications, including toll
collection equipment and HEV / EV motor system. Consolidating our abundant experience
and excellent technology, we are actively taking the challenge of pioneering new products
and fields such as semiconductor manufacturing devices and space equipment.
Annual Production Capacity
Shipbuilding...............300,000 GT
Diesel engines........1,000,000 PS
Nuclear power plants
  .......................... 3,000,000 kW
Toll-collection machinery
  (Include related systems)
 .................................600 lanes
Steel structures ...........30,000 t
Production Distribution
2010
500
400
300
200
100
0
(bil.yen)
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
363.4
16
8
63
277.0
22
9
56
13
291.8
15
53
10
22
13 12
10
Area (As of April 1, 2011)
Area (m
2
)
Building Site
410,550 669,100 Main Plant
53,100 501,100 Futami Plant
463,650 1,170,200 Total
Note: ※1. Figures in the column are in percentage (%) unit
※2. Figure on the column show the amount of total annual
production (billions of yen)
Ships and Marine structures  Power systems and Nuclear energy systems
Machinery and Steel structures, Space equipment, etc.■
   2001-2004Steel structures and Construction machinery ■
   Environmental protection systems, Construction machinery, Highway toll systems, etc.■ ( )
71
89
Ⅷ. Works
Shimonoseki Shipyard & Machinery Works
3. Shimonoseki Shipyard & Machinery Works
Outline
This Works was established in 1914 as a facility for ship repair. Today it consists of two plants,
the Enoura Plant and Yamatomachi Plant. The shipbuilding department specializes and
excels in building special-purpose vessels such as cable layers, ocean research vessels,
luxury ferries, high-speed RO/RO boats, all types of light-alloy high-speed ships, and other
value-added vessels. The machinery department produces various products such as deck
machinery, air preheaters, testing systems, hydraulic machinery, and FRP components.
Annual Production Capacity
Shipbuilding ...............130,000 GT
Ship repair ..............3,000,000 GT
High-speed ship.............1,500 GT
Air preheaters .....................20 units
Deck machinery ................700 units
Hydraulic machinery ....20,000 units
Testing system....................20 units
Loading arms......................50 units
GX FRP parts .....................60 units
13
13
54
Production Distribution
2010
Note: ※1. Figures in the column are in percentage (%) unit
※2. Figures on the column show the amount of total annual
production. (unit: billion yen)
80
60
40
20
0
(bil.yen)
Shipbuilding  Shiprepair ■ Power systems  General machinery ■
General machinery & components  Others ■
3
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
51.7
9
8
16
11
57
3
50.4
8
5
3
46.5
7
14
10
7
59
2
43.1
10
8
16
9
55
3
50.2
7
5
13
6
66
3
45.8
9
6
15
7
60
4
49.4
6
5
20
5
60
2
52.4
6
5
23
6
58
1
2
3
2
57.6
65.6
25
23
9
58
65
Area (As of April 1, 2011)
Area (m
2
) 
Building Site
50,578 149,040 Enoura Plant
51,128 131,430 Yamatomachi Plant
101,706 280,470 Total
4
5
4
90
Ⅷ. Works
Yokohama Dockyard & Machinery Works
Annual Production Capacity
Ship repair ...............6,600,000 GT
Boilers.............................5,600 t/h
Turbines......................534,000 kW
Diesel engines, Gas engines
  ...............................400,000 kW
Wind turbine generators ....900 MW
Production Distribution
(bil.yen)
Ship repair ■ Steel structures ■ Automatic parking facility  Boilers, turbines ■
Diesel engines  Environmental plant ■ Wind turbines ■
4. Yokohama Dockyard & Machinery Works
Outline
The history of the Yokohama Dockyard & Machinery Works reaches back to the establishment
of Yokohama Dock Company, Ltd. in 1891. Originally set up for the purpose of ship repairs,
the company later extended its business scope to include shipbuilding and machinery
production. In 1935, the Yokohama Dock Company merged with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.
To meet expanding production requirements, an additional plant was opened in Honmoku in
1966. In 1982, in conjunction with the Minato Mirai project devised by Yokohama City to
promote the redevelopment of urban coastal districts, the Works was moved from the site it
had occupied since its founding to the Honmoku Plant and Kanazawa Plant.
Today’s Yokohama Dockyard & Machinery Works offers technology and products designed to
achieve a more comfortable society. With an accurate understanding of future social needs, the
Works remains totally committed to meeting the challenges of new technologies and new fields.
149.2
28
11
19
34
8
127.7
32
17
13
9
22
7
127.6
14
10
40
28
8
114.9
28
9
45
12
6
83.7
54.4
30
9
16
39
53
7
15
118.1
35
17
16
23
9
100.7
26
19
34
13
8
8 8
0
200
150
100
50
26
20
173.7
176.7
10
14
7 9
43
43
6
6
Area (As of April 1, 2011)
Area (m
2
)
Building Site
125,608 329,994 Kanazawa Plant
132,268 523,758 Honmoku Plant
257,876 853,752 Total
11,112 31,800 Advanced Technology Research Center
9,566 15,953 Yokohama R&D Center
Note : Parts of the Advanced Technology Research Center and Yokohama Research &
Development Center are physically located within the Yokohama Machinery Works,
though the employees of these two research centers are not counted as employees of
the Works
13
13
Note: ※1. Figures in the column are in percentage (%) unit
※2. Figures on the column show the amount of total annual
production. (unit: billion yen)
2010 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
5
91
Ⅷ. Works
Takasago Machinery Works
5. Takasago Machinery Works
Outline
In 1962 the Works began operating as a turbine manufacturing plant within the Kobe
Shipyard & Machinery Works, a producer of large-capacity power plants and machinery. In
1964 the plant separated from the Kobe Works and established as the Takasago Machinery
Works. Today it manufactures products such as gas, steam, and water turbines, pumps and
refrigeration systems. The high-performance gas turbines produced at the Works, the most
heat-efficient ever realized, contribute to the advancement of both daily life and industry all
over the world.
Area (As of April 1, 2011)
Area (m
2
)
Building Site
299,296 873,841 Main Plant
2,220 7,120 Iwanai Plant
301,516 880,961 Total
61,039 143,148 Takasago R&D Center
55
224.4
1
5
55
33
359.1
1
260.9
1
Annual Production Capacity
Gas turbines............8,000,000 kW
Steam turbines for thermal & nuclear
  power plants.......2,400,000 kW
Water turbines............750,000 kW
Pumps...............................500 units
Refrigeration systems
(Centrifugal chillers) ...400,000 refrigerating tons
Production Distribution
2010 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006
58
30
374.3
1
4
3
4
60
26
413.1
2
4
64
389.3
366.7
1
1
4
2007 2008 2009
100
200
300
400
0
(bil.yen)
6
1
7
242.9
167.0
1
Note: ※1. Figures in the column are in percentage (%) unit
※2. Figures on the column show the amount of total annual
production. (unit: billion yen)
4
3
238.8
26
56
8
3
21
58
7
1
6
26
47
10
10
6
22
11
4
7
31
60
4
4
2
4
4
4
24
27
3
3
61
4
Steam turbines for thermal & nuclear power plants  Gas turbines ■
Water turbines  Pumps  Refrigeration systems ■ Others ■
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Nagoya Aerospace Systems Works
6. Nagoya Aerospace Systems Works
Outline
This Works was established in 1920 as a subsection of Mitsubishi Internal Combustion
Engine Manufacturing Co., Ltd. In 1956, the aircraft division split from the Nagoya Machinery
Works and named itself the Nagoya Aircraft Works. Then, in 1989, the Nagoya Aircraft Works
split into two entities, the Nagoya Aerospace Systems Works and the Nagoya Guidance &
Propulsion Systems Works. The Nagoya Aerospace Systems Works comprises the Oye
Plant, Tobishima Plant, Komaki South Plant and Hiroshima Plant. In addition to designing and
manufacturing products for advanced aircraft and providing product-support services, the
Works designs and manufactures the latest space equipment and provides launch services.
To meet the growing demands of MHI’s civil aircraft business, the Works commissioned a new
composite wing center at the Oye Plant in 2006. MHI officially launched the Mitsubishi
Regional Jet (MRJ), a next-generation regional jetliner in 2008. The Mitsubishi Aircraft
Corporation was also established, and will manufacture prototype aircraft and production
models and be responsible for the MRJ’s flight testing.
Area (As of April 1, 2011)
Area (m
2
) 
Building Site
305,600 364,400 Oye Plant
50,300 155,200 Tobishima Plant
104,000 331,700 Komaki South Plant
37,100 37,100 Hiroshima Plant
2,600 800 Haneda Supply Center
499,600 889,200 Total
Main Products
Fixed-wing Aircraft
Helicopter
Commercial Aircraft
Space Systems
11
9
34
14
31
268.3
1
7
9
45
12
27
312.8
8
9
46
11
26
300.0
8
10
39
17
26
260.4
7
9
10
10
48
45
11
14
24
22
261.8
248.9
9
8
26
11
45
248.4
Production Distribution
2010 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
Note: ※1. Figures in the column are in percentage (%) unit
※2. Figures on the column show the amount of total annual
production. (unit: billion yen)
400
0
(bil.yen)
Aircraft for MOD (including repairing)  Helicopter for MOD (including repairing)■ Commercial aircraft
Space systems ■ Spare parts  Others ■
42
11
32
6
9
300.7
51
12
19
8
9
340.3
1
46
15
23
5
11
236.1
100
200
300
1
93
Ⅷ. Works
Nagoya Guidance & Propulsion Systems Works
7. Nagoya Guidance & Propulsion Systems Works
Outline
This Works began operation in 1972 as the Komaki North Plant within the Nagoya Aircraft
Works. Seventeen years later, in 1989, it became independent and named itself the Nagoya
Guidance & Propulsion Systems Works. The Works now manufactures missiles, aerospace
engines, space systems, and control equipment.
Main Products
Missiles
Aerospace engines
Space systems
Control equipment
Transmission system for helicopter
Engine test cell
Hybrid IC for heavy environment
Production Distribution
2010
15
139.0
143.5
34
139.6
36
49
129.7
14
37
49
150.6
12
37
51
160.9
7
33
60
179.7
7
29
64
225.6
5
7
31
30
64
63
211.2
186.8
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
Note: ※1. Figures in the column are in percentage (%) unit
※2. Figures on the column show the amount of total annual
production. (unit: billion yen)
200
150
100
50
0
(bil.yen)
Missiles  Aerospace engines & Space systems ■ Control equipment & Others
Area (As of April 1, 2011)
Area (m
2
)
Building Site
157,162 382,103 Main Plant
4,244 1,176,000 Tashiro Field Laboratory
161,406 1,558,103 Total
15
15
16
38
36
47 49 50
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Ⅸ. Research & Development
Ⅸ. Research &
Development
Research & Development Organization
Research & Development Centers
Recent Main Research & Development Activities
Research & Development Costs
Technical License Agreements
Intellectual Property
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1. Research & Development Organization
Technology & Innovation Headquarters plans innovative activities for the entire value chain
ranging from sales to design, manufacture and after-sales services and support to carry out
activities on a company-wide basis with the aim of establishing a business model and
improved manufacturing system to maintain its competitiveness in the global market. The
Advanced Technology Research Center and five Research & Development Centers
(Nagasaki, Takasago, Hiroshima, Yokohama and Nagoya) promote our company's R&D and
product development through close collaboration with the Business Segments responsible for
the business development of each product.
Regarding product development, the Product Center established in the Technology &
Innovation Headquarters serves as the core organization, offering technological and
development support for existing and next-generation products, and developing key leading-
edge technologies and key components technologies for products of the future.
As for elemental technology, Technology Units develop R&D plans for various technological
fields and promote technology transfer. In this way, we seek to realize our comprehensive
capabilities to the fullest.
・Commercial Ships
・Boiler Plants
・Marine Machinery
・Commercial Transport aircrafts
・Wind Turbine Plants
・Lithium-ion Secondary Batteries
・Nuclear Power Generation System
・Gas Turbine Combined Cycle
Power Generation System
・ITS (Intelligent Transport Systems)
・Machine Tools
・Chemical Plants
・Iron and Steel Manufacturing Machinery
・Material Handling Systems
・Transportation Systems
・Paper Converting and Printing Machinery
・Steel Bridges
・Environmental Systems
・Steel Structures
・engines
・Air-conditioners
・Industrial Machinery
Technology &
Innovation
Headquarters
Advanced Technology
Research Center
In collaboration with the five
Research & Development
Centers, the following
activities are promoted:
・Development of key
leading-edge technologies
and key components.
・Development of advanced
designs.
・Market intelligence
activities
Business Process
Innovation Department
Production System
Innovation
Planning Department
Applied Knowledge
Business
Training Center
Technology
Planning Department
Nagasaki Research &
Development Center
Takasago Research &
Development Center
Hiroshima Research &
Development Center
Yokohama Research &
Development Center
Nagoya Research &
Development Center
Intellectual
Property Department
Global SCM
Planning Department
Information
Technology Department
Materials Technology
Chemical Technology
Structure & Vibration Technology
Fluid Dynamics
Combustion & Heat Transfer Technology
Mechanical element Technology
Manufacturing Technology
Electronics & Optics Technology
Information & System Technology
Performance improvement
of turbo machineries
Ⅸ. Research & Development
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6
Ⅸ. Research & Development
2. Research & Development Centers
■Advanced Technology Research Center
This center develops key leading-edge technologies and components for the next generation
products of the company in collaboration with the five Research & Development Centers, as
well as advanced designs, and promotes market intelligence activities. It also engages in the
development of new products, such as the room-temperature wafer bonder, through close
cooperation with individual Business Segments and divisions. In addition, it has stepped up
other activities, such as market intelligence and business engineering research.
■Nagasaki Research & Development Center
This center takes on R&D regarding distribution and energy/environmental problems from
various angles. Armed with basic technologies in materials, mechanics, combustion and
other areas, it works to enhance the performance and quality of key products, such as
commercial ships, boilers and aircraft, and commercialize clean energy technologies, such as
wind turbine plants and lithium-ion secondary batteries.
■Takasago Research & Development Center
To help reduce the burden on the environment, this center conducts R&D on nuclear and
thermal power pl ants and other energy-rel ated equi pment systems, and assi sts
commercialization of energy-efficient air-conditioning and refrigeration products. In addition, it
also conducts technological development in fields such as ITS, machine tools and
aeronautics/space.
■Hiroshima Research & Development Center
This center develops products such as chemical plants, compressors & mechanical drive
turbines, steel-making machines, traffic systems, and printing machines. It also takes on the
development of leading-edge products in fields such as clean energy and healthcare.
Examples include CO2 absorption systems and radiotherapy equipment.
■Yokohama Research & Development Center
This center actively conducts R&D on environmental equipment, steel structures and
engines. It is also engaged in the development of environmental and energy solution systems
incorporating these products.
■Nagoya Research & Development Center
This center conducts R&D using basic research in the air-conditioner and industrial
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machinery fields, covering a diverse array of technologies, fluid dynamics, heat transfer,
acoustics, electronics/control, power electronics, telecommunications, chemistry, materials,
and so forth, and has achieved substantial results. Based on these results, the center is now
developing products to help create a comfortable life.
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3. Recent Main Research & Development Activities
Our group (MHI and its consolidated subsidiaries) enthusiastically strengthens the
competitiveness of each of it's products, mainly in the power system and the aerospace
fields, in close collaboration with the Business Segments, offices and research and
development centers, and promotes research and development which will lead to the future
business expansion.
Major research and development of each segment are as follows:
(1) Shipbuilding and ocean development
This segment promotes the development of energy saving technology and environmental
load reducing technology, and engages in research and development of ecological ships
including passenger boats, LNG vessels, ferries, container vessels and large marine
structures.
The major research and development in this segment includes:
・ Development of the super large container vessel “MALS-14000CS” which is capable of
reducing CO2 emissions by about 35% through the adoption of the air lubrication system to
reduce friction resistance against water.
・ Development of LNG-FPSO, a floating production storage and offloading facility for LNG.
(2) Power systems
This segment promotes development of technologies to achieve stable energy supplies,
environment conservation and high efficiency and makes efforts to research and develop
technology to use clean fuels such as natural gas, nuclear power and regenerated energy to
meet all market needs from upstream to downstream, such as a dispersed power systems
and high-efficiency power generating systems.
The major research and development in this segment includes:
・ Development of 1,600 ºC class J-series gas turbine that boasts the world largest output and
highest level of heat efficiency and helps build a low carbon society.
・ Development of (i) commercial plant with 500 – 600 MW class power output, (ii) CO2
reduction technology combining recovery and storage functions for IGCC and CO2, (iii) coal
gasification furnace which is expected to be applied to chemical products using coal, and
(iv) effective utilization technology for low-grade coal, relating to an integrated gasification
combined cycle plant which is expected to be commercialized worldwide.
・ Development of MWT102/2.4 by enlarging the wing rotation diameter of 2.4MW class wind
turbine generator system, MWT100/2.4 to 102m from 100 to further enhance generation
efficiency.
・ Development of a 5MW class large offshore wind turbine with large capacity variable speed
hydraulic drive which is expected to be introduced in Europe.
・ Development of (i) a state-of-the-art electronically controlled marine engine, UEC80LSE-
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Eco, (ii) marine exhaust heat recovery system, MERS, which will be able to improve fuel
efficiency by about 10% and (iii) a hybrid supercharger, MET-MAG/MBG, integrating a
marine engine supercharger with a generator, which comprises of the MEET (hybrid
products of marine machineries and engines) project promoted as a solution to meet
environmental regulations and to enhance heat efficiency.
・ Regarding light-water reactors, development of (i) technology for next generation plants and
(ii) technology for enhancing reliability of existing plants.
・ As a core company, designing and developing elemental technology in the development of
a demonstration fast-breeding reactor (FBR) for the Japan Atomic Energy Agency.
(3) Machinery & Steel Infrastructure Systems
This segment works on technology and product development to provide basic facilities for
environmental protection to prevent global warming, land transportation and logistics,
industry including steel and chemicals, products of high value to contribute to energy supply,
and social infrastructure.
The major research and development in this segment includes:
・ Development of technology to recover CO2 from gas emitted from boilers in coal fired power
plants to prevent global warming.
・ Development of products relating to intelligent transport systems such as the electric toll
collection system (ETC) and other systems utilizing IT technology.
・ Development of regional energy management systems combining ITS and electric-powered
vehicles.
・ Development of motor inverter systems with features like small size, light weight and high
output, that could contribute to the environmental burden reduction by being installed on the
engines of hybrid trucks.
・ Development of devices for manufacturing white organic electroluminescent lighting panels
which contain no mercury and emit less CO2 due to their energy saving effect which are
expected to be the next generation lighting due to their lower environmental burden.
・ Development of radiation therapy equipment using state-of-the-art technology due to it's
three-dimensional image processing function, accelerating device and exposure setup for
radiation, which will be able to achieve highly accurate and simple cancer treatment.
・ Development of LED-UV and ecoUV sheet-fed offset press drying systems which generate
less heat during the ink drying process, consume less power and control CO2 emissions.
・ Development of EVOL three-color carton former which achieves both enhanced productivity
by reducing the time taken to change the ink and setting of the printing plate for the lot
change of cartons to be manufactured, and downsizing of the machine.
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(4) Aerospace systems
As one of the leading companies in Japan, this segment makes efforts to develop advanced
products utilizing technologies obtained from long term aircraft and space device
development.
The major research and development in this segment includes:
・ Research on high-motion flight control systems for aircraft to achieve flight control with
excellent motion and decreased probability of radar detection.
・ Co-development of interceptor missiles with improved ability for sea-based ballistic missile
defense (BMD) by the U.S.A and Japan.
・ Development of the MRJ state-of-the-art regional jet plane with the worlds highest level of
economic efficiency and a comfortable cabin.
・ Development of microwave power transmission technology to achieve future space
photovoltaic systems and radio transmission systems for isolated islands and remote
locations.
(5) General machinery & special vehicles
This segment works on research and development to meet multipolarized markets and
diversified demands including compliance with environmental regulations, fuel efficiency,
downsizing and weight saving for products which contribute to the improvement of social
infrastructure, energy and environment areas including turbochargers, engines, industrial
vehicles and special vehicles.
The major research and development in this segment includes:
・ Development of S3M-48 48kW class fishing boat engine to meet the regulations on
unsupercharged engines in the Seto Inland Sea.
・ Development of MGS2700 generater, set to achieve higher output by making the stroke of
the installed engine longer.
・ 2-cycle gasoline engines TLE24 and TLE27 using stratified scavenging structure to reduce
unburned gas emissions, which achieves weight saving by focusing usability on users in
Japan.
・ Development of the 4-cycle gasoline engine GB220 which enhances applicability to
agricultural machines by reducing size and improves output by its pent-roof type
combustion chamber structure to reduce gas emission.
(6) Others
MHI also focuses on development of technology for temperature control and machine tools.
In addition to these products’ unique advanced technologies, the company makes efforts to
apply the latest advanced technology to a wide range of products.
The major research and development in this segment includes:
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・ Development of Kyuton, a professional use CO2 water heater which can be used at the
minimum external temperature of -25ºC by using the world’s first refrigerant scrotary two-
stage compressor developed independently by the company by integrating a scroll
compressor and a rotary compressor.
・ Development of a hot-water PTC heater using PTC semiconductor as an electric heating
element which can perform near stable heat dissipation under a wide fluctuation of battery
voltage as a heating system part to complement the insufficient heat source of hybrid and
electric powered vehicles.
・ Development of the Ene-Conductor heat source total control system, which can save
energy drastically by maximizing the performance of turbo refrigerator due to optimal
control of the entire heat source facility and reducing power consumption of the facility by
about 50% (compared with the company’s existing facility) and reduceing CO2 emissions.
・ Development of ZE15B production model gear grinder to meet high speed, accurate
processing of miniature gears for vehicles and ZE40A general-purpose gear grinder which
can grind gears with either spiral or disk grindstones and meet the highly accurate
processing needs of variable works.
・ Development of MVR-5X gate type 5-face processing machine using a removable biaxial
attachment to meet a wide range of purposes, including adjustable surface processing of
aircraft parts and molds.
・ Development of the world’s first technology for room-temperature bonding of silicon carbide
(SiC) and gallium nitride (GaN), using the company’s room-temperature wafer bonding
equipment, as a material for next generation power devices for electric powered vehicles.
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Ⅸ. Research & Development
Research and development expenditures by segment
(Unit:hundred millione of yen)
Notes 1. Consolidated data
2. Including custom research
2009 2005 2006
2009 2010
2007 2008
28 29 26 17 22 Shipbuilding & Ocean Development
387 366 340 272 245 Power Systems
92 77 56 67 67 Machinery & Steel Structures
611 331 361 389 390 Aerospace
171 205 291 313 278
2 2 2 2 3 Others
1,292 1,013 1,079 1,063 1,007 Total
44 28 Shipbuilding & Ocean Development
436 387 Power Systems
123 112 Machinery & Steel Infrastructure Systems
430 611 Aerospace Systems
136 96
General Machinery &
Special Vehicles
61 56 Others
1,232 1,292 Total
Mass and Medium-Lot
Manufactured Machinery
4. Research & Development Costs
(Notes)
From FY2010 the segment categories
have been changed to Shipbuilding &
Ocean Development, Power Systems,
Machinery & Steel Infrastructure Systems,
Aerospace Systems, General Machinery &
Special Vehicles, and Others to comply
wi th the March 2009 revi si ons to the
“Accounting Standard for Disclosures
about Segments of an Enterprise and
Rel ated Informati on” (ASBJ No. 17).
Given this change, the upper table above
presents the orders received and net
sales by segment from FY2005 through
FY2009 usi ng t he f or mer segment
categories, and the lower table above
presents the fi gures for FY2009 and
FY2 0 1 0 u s i n g t h e n e w s e g me n t
categories.
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5. Technical License Agreements
■Technologies Licensed to MHI
The chart below shows MHI's main licensors.
■Technologies Licensed by MHI
The chart below shows MHI's main licensees.
Business
Segments
Item
Licensor
Name Nationality
Business
Segments
Item
Licensee
Name Nationality
Shipbuilding &
Ocean
Development
Spherical tank type LNG tankers Moss Maritime a.s Norway
Membrane type LNG tankers GAZTRANSPORT & TECHNIGAZ SAs France
Power
Systems
Diesel engines Wärtsilä Switzerland Ltd Switzerland
Aerospace
Systems
SH-60J/K, UH-60J, UH-60JA helicopters Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation
U.S.A.
F-15 jet fighters THE BOEING COMPANY
Patriot missile system Raytheon Company
F-16 jet fighter technology for
F-2 production
Lockheed Martin Corporation
MK41 Vertical launching system
PAC-3 missile segment command
and launch system equipment
PAC-3 missile
H-ⅡA launch vehicle technology Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency Japan
Commercial Aircraft BOMBARDIER INC. Canada
Power
Systems
Gas turbine DONG FANG TURBINE Co., Ltd.
China
Steam turbine
Harbin Turbine Co., Ltd.
Nuclear steam turbine
USC boiler Harbin Boiler Co., Ltd.
UE diesel engines Kobe Diesel Co., Ltd.
Japan
UE diesel engines Akasaka Diesels Ltd.
Pump for thermal power plant Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd. India
Gas turbine
Doosan Heavy Industries &
Construction Co., Ltd.
Korea
Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure
Systems
Crane and Materiai Handling System ANUPAM INDUSTRIES LIMITED India
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Ⅸ. Research & Development
0
500
3,000
3,500
4,000
4,500
5,000
5,500
6,000
0
1,000
2,000
3,000
4,000
5,000
6,000
7,000
8,000
9,000
10,000
4,510
4,792
4,872
5,148
282 276
5,112
255 264 265 279
9,771
9,830
7,387
7,874
1,660
1,197
421
419
303 340
9,448
7,955
745
445
459
8,757
7,581
7,650
6,800
6,694
7,345
5,367
5,483
5,300
5,747
5,565
5,396
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006
2007 2008 2009
2007 2008 2009
433 397 380 379
168 172
348 332
184
315
402
260
5,117
315 317 330
5,084 5,070
4,769 4,753
4,642
214
5,785
5,584
5,627 5,683
6,369
6,133
204
50 20
6,145
6,189
4,972
342
4,735
5,077
169
2010
2010
2 1 108 2
No. of Domestic Intellectual Property Held
No. of Overseas Intellectual Property Held 
(No.)
(No.)
Total Patent rights Trade mark
Utility model Design
Total Patent rights Trade mark
6. Intellectual Property
No. of Intellectual Property Held
105
Group Companies of
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.
Group Business Status.
Ⅹ. Group Companies of
Mitsubishi Heavy
Industries, Ltd.
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Ⅹ. Group Companies of Mitsubishi
Heavy Industries, Ltd.
1. Group Companies of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Group is a group of enterprises with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries,
Ltd., at its core and comprised of a total of 318 (83 local and 135 overseas) companies. From
design, manufacturing and construction to sales, after-sales service and general service, the
group is engaged in business in a wide variety of fields, enabling it to display the strengths of
its member companies.
■Number of group companies (As of March 31, 2011)
Japan Overseas Total
183 (Consolidated 120) 135 (Consolidated 114) 318 (Consolidated 234)
■Business Areas
The industrial infrastructure field
The energy/power generation field
The environment/society field
The transport/defense field
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Ⅹ. Group Companies of Mitsubishi
Heavy Industries, Ltd.
2. Group Business Status
Name of Company Location
Capital
(Million yen)
Proportion of
voting rights
held (%)
Related information
(Consolidated Subsidiaries)
Choryo Senpaku Kouji Co.,
Ltd.
Nagasaki-shi 80 100
Provides services and delivers
materials related to MHI shipbuilding.
MHI Maritech Nagasaki-shi 30 100
Design, adjustment, and testing
of MHI products.
MHI Marine Engineering,
Ltd.
Minato-ku,
Tokyo
30 100
Sales and servicing of MHI
products.
Kowa Kogyo Co., Ltd. Nagasaki-shi 30 71.7
Tugboat operation of ships made
by our company.
Kanmon Dock Service Co.,
Ltd.
Shimonoseki-
shi, Yamaguchi
20 100
Provides services for
manufacture of MHI products
and facilities maintenance.
Sanshin-Tec. Ltd.
Hyogo-ku,
Kobe-shi
15 69.4
Contract of partial production, and
repair / remodeling of products made
by our company.Contract of
production / maintenance of our
company's facility and factory.
MITSUBISHI HEAVY
INDUSTRIES PRECISION
CASTING CO., LTD.
Utsunomiya-
shi
450 100 Manufacture of MHI products.
Nuclear Development
Corporation
Naka-gun,
Ibaraki
400 100
Research / development /
examination of products made
by our company.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Plant Construction Co., Ltd.
Nishi-ku,
Hiroshima-
shi
300 100
Installation, engineering work
and after-sales services for MHI
products.
Nuclear Power Training
Center Ltd.
Tsuruga-shi,
Fukui
300 66.7
Education / training of nuclear power
operation engineers, using products
made by our company.
Choryo Designing Co., Ltd. Nagasaki-shi 100
100
(31.8)
Design and software
development for MHI products.
Mitsubishi FBR Systems,
Inc.
Shibuya-ku,
Tokyo
100 90
Research / development / design /
analysis of products made by our
company.
Diastein Co., Ltd.
Nougata-shi
Fukuoka
100 50
Manufacture and sales of MHI
products.
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(As of March 31, 2011)
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Name of Company Location
Capital
(Million yen)
Proportion of
voting rights
held (%)
Related information
MHI Energy & Service Co.,
Ltd.
Kanazawa-ku,
Yokohama-shi
90 100
After-sale service of products made
by our company.Sale of home
generated electricity to MHI.
MHI Nuclear Engineering
Co., Ltd.
Nishi-ku,
Yokohama-shi
90 100
Design/analysis of products
made by our company.
Nuclear Plant Service
Engineering Co., Ltd.
Hyogo-ku,
Kobe-shi
80 100
Maintenance and inspection of
MHI products.
Choryo Inspection Co., Ltd. Nagasaki-shi 50 100
Inspection of products made by
our company.
Choryo Control System
Co., Ltd.
Nagasaki-shi 40 100
Design / production of products
made by our company.
Rokkasho Reprocessing
Plant Maintenance Service
Co.
Kamikita-
gun, Aomori
30 100
After-sales service of products
made by our company.
MHI Diesel Service
Engineering Co., Ltd.
Hyogo-ku,
Kobe-shi
25 100
After-sales service for MHI
products.
M.H.I. Digital System Co.,
Ltd.
Kanazawa-ku,
Yokohama-shi
20 100
Design / production / adjustment /
after-sale service of products
made by our company.
Koryo Inspection & Service
Co., Ltd.
Takasago-
shi, Hyogo
20 100
Inspection of products made by
our company.
Mitsubishi Power Systems
Americas, Inc.
Florida
U.S.A.
180
(In millions of
U.S. dollars)
100
(100)
Manufacture, sales and after-
sales service of MHI products.
CBC Industrias Pesadas
S.A.
Sao Paulo,
Brazil
165.1
(In millions
of Real)
100
Design / assembling / equipping /
after-sale service of products
made by our company.
Mitsubishi power Systems
Europe, Ltd.
London,
U.K.
57.5
(In millions
of Pound)
100
(100)
Production / sale / service of
products made by our company.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Dongfang Gas Turbine
(Guangzhou) Co., Ltd.
GuanDong
Province,
China
2,700 51
Production / sale / repair /
service of products made by our
company.
Mitsubishi Nuclear Energy
Systems Inc.
Virginia,
U.S.A.
4
(In millions of
U.S. dollars)
100
Licensede acquisition / sale /
after-sale service of products
made by our company.
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Heavy Industries, Ltd.
Name of Company Location
Capital
(Million yen)
Proportion of
voting rights
held (%)
Related information
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
BFG Gas Turbine Service
(Nanjing) Co., Ltd.
Jiangsu,
China
17.4
(In millions
of RMB)
100
(10)
After-sale of products made by
our company.
MHI Technical Services
Corporation
Manila,
Philippines
100
(In millions of
Philippine peso)
100
Design / drafting of products
made by our company.
MHI Shenyang Pump
Engineering Co., Ltd.
Liaoning
Province,
China
10
(In millions
of RMB)
60
Design / production of products
made by our company.
Mitsubishi Power Systems
(Asia Pacific) Pte. Ltd.
Singapore
1.8
(In millions of
Singapore dollars)
100
(100)
Sale / service of products made
by our company.
Mitsubishi Power Systems
(Thailand) Ltd.
Bangkok,
Thailand
16
(In millions
of Bhat)
49
(48)
Sale / service of products made
by our company.
*2
MCNF S.A.S
Marseille,
France
0.1
(In millions
of Euro)
51
Sale of products made by our
company.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Printing & Packaging
Machinery, Ltd.
Mihara-shi
Hiroshima
10,000 100
Design, production, sales and
servicing of printing and paper
machinery made by our
company.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Bridge & Steel Structures
Engineering Co., Ltd.
Naka-ku,
Hiroshima-shi
5,000 100
Administration of bridge / chimney /
gas holder / beer tank operations
devolved from our company, and
construction / after-sale service of
products made by our company.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Compressor Corporation
Minato-ku,
Tokyo
4,000 100
MHI contracts for manufacturing
compressors of the company.
Mitsubishi-Hitachi Metals
Machinery, Inc.
Minato-ku,
Tokyo
3,500 65.7
MHI manufactures a part of their iron
and steel manufacturing machinery.
Lumiotec Inc.
Yonezawa-shi,
Yamagata
2,475 53
Manufacture and sale of organic
electroluminescence sample
panels for illumination using MHI
manufacturing tools.
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Ⅹ. Group Companies of Mitsubishi
Heavy Industries, Ltd.
Name of Company Location
Capital
(Million yen)
Proportion of
voting rights
held (%)
Related information
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Environmental & Chemical
Engineering Co., Ltd.
Nishi-ku,
Yokohama-shi
1,000 100
Waste-treatment equipment
business and oil / chemical plants
inherited from the group, along with
consultancy, design, manufacturing,
installation and after-sales service of
any related equipment.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Mechatronics Systems, Ltd.
Hyogo-ku,
Kobe-shi
500 100
Design / production / installation /
trial operation / maintenance /
after-sale service of products made
by and made by our company.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Food & Packaging
Machinery Co., Ltd.
Nakamura-ku,
Nagoya-shi
450 100
Administration of food packaging
machinery operations devolved
from MHI.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Plastic Technology Co.,
Ltd.
Nakamura-ku,
Nagoya-shi
450 100
Administration of injection
molding machine operations
devolved from MHI.
Shonan Monorail Co., Ltd.
Kamakura-shi,
Kanagawa
400 55.2
Operation of monorails which
use products made by our
company.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Parking Co., Ltd.
Nishi-ku,
Yokohama-shi
350 100
Administration of multistory
carparking operations devolved
from MHI.
MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES
TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT
ENGINEERING & SERVICE CO.,
LTD.
Mihara-shi,
Hiroshima
300 100
MHI product design,
manufacturing, operation and
maintenance, and manufacturing
of base / control panels.
Ryosen Engineers Co., Ltd.
Nishi-ku,
Hiroshima-shi
100 100
Design / drafting of products
made by our company.
MEC Engineering Service
Co., Ltd.
Naka-ku,
Hiroshima-shi
80 100
Design / production / installation /
after-sale service of products
made by our company.
Hiroshima Ryoju
Engineering Co., Ltd.
Nishi-ku,
Hiroshima-shi
30 100
Design / production of products
made by our company.
Tokyo Environment
Operation Co., Ltd.
Minato-ku,
Tokyo
30
100
(40)
Administration of the PCB
processing facility which uses
products made by our company.
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Ⅹ. Group Companies of Mitsubishi
Heavy Industries, Ltd.
Name of Company Location
Capital
(Million yen)
Proportion of
voting rights
held (%)
Related information
MLP U.S.A., Inc.
Illinois,
U.S.A.
23
(In millions of
U.S. dollars)
92.4
(92.4)
Sales and after-sale service of printing
machinery made by our company to
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Printing &
Packaging Machinery, Ltd
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
(Changshu) Machinery Co.,
Ltd.
Jiangsu,
China
8.4
(In millions of
U.S. dollars)
100
(100)
Assembling / production / sale /
after-sale service of products
made by our company.
Crystal Mover Services,
Inc.
Florida,
U.S.A.
4.0
(In millions of
U.S. dollars)
60
(60)
Operation and Maintenance of
the Automated People Mover
System in Airport made by our
company.
MHI Industrial
Engineering & Services
Private Ltd.
Singapore
2.4
(In millions of
Singapore dollars)
100
(100)
Design / production / sales and
servicing of MHI products.
Mitsubishi Aircraft
Corporation
Minato-ku,
Nagoya-shi
50,000 64.6
Development, sale and after-sales
service for commercial aircraft (MRJ)
using MHI technology, and
commissioned manufacture of the
said aircraft for MHI.
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MHI Aero Engine Service
Co., Ltd.
Komaki-shi,
Aichi
100 100 Repair of MHI products.
MHI Logitec Company
Limited
Komaki-shi,
Aichi
60 100
After-sales service for MHI
products.
MHI Aerospace Systems
Corp.
Minato-ku,
Nagoya-shi
50 100
Design and software
development for MHI products.
MHI Oceanics Co., Ltd. Nagasaki-shi 30 100
Design / production / examination of
products made by our company.
MHI Aerospace Production
Co., Ltd.
Minato-ku,
Nagoya-shi
20 100 Production of MHI products.
Diamond Air Service
Nishikasugai-gun,
Aichi
20 100
Repair / service of products
made by our company.
MHI Aerospace Logitem
Co., Ltd.
Naka-ku,
Nagoya-shi
10 100
Distribution / contract preparation for
products made by our company.
MHI Aerospace Vietnam
Co., Ltd.
Hanoi,
Vietnam
112,000
(In millions
of dong)
100
Production of products made by
our company.
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Ⅹ. Group Companies of Mitsubishi
Heavy Industries, Ltd.
Name of Company Location
Capital
(Million yen)
Proportion of
voting rights
held (%)
Related information
Intercontinental Jet Service
Corporation
Oklahoma,
U.S.A.
4
(In millions of
U.S. dollars)
100
(100)
Service of products made by our
company.
MHI Canada Aerospace,
Inc.
Ontario,
Canada
1.1
(In millions of
Canadian dollars)
100
Production of products made by
our company.
Mitsubishi Agricultural
Machinery Co., Ltd.
Yatsuka-gun,
Shimane
3,000 86.2 Supply of MHI products. *3
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Engine Systems Co., Ltd.
Shinagawa-ku,
Tokyo
450 100
Sales and servicing of MHI
products.
Tokiwa Machinery Works
Ltd.
Isehara-shi,
Kanagawa
50 99.7
Production of products made by
our company.
MHI Sagami High-tech, Ltd.
Sagamihara-
shi, Kanagawa
30 100
Design / production / sale of MHI
products.
MHI Special Vehicles Parts
Supply & Technical service
Co., Ltd.
Shinjuku-ku,
Tokyo
30 100
Sales and after-sales service for
MHI products.
Sagami Logistics & Service
Co., Ltd.
Chuo-ku,
Sagamihara-shi
10 100
Distribution services such as
transportation / shipment of products
and parts made by our company.
Mitsubishi Turbocharger
Asia Co., Ltd.
Chonburi,
Thailand
5,128.1
(In millions
of Bhat)
100
Assembling / sale / parts supply of
products made by our company.
Mitsubishi Caterpillar
Forklift America Inc.
Texas,
U.S.A
65
(In millions of
U.S. dollars)
88.5
Manufacture, sales and servicing
of MHI products.
MHI Equipment Europe
B.V.
Almere, The
Netherlands
38.3
(In millions
of Euro)
100
Assembly work, sales and
after-sales service for MHI
products.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Forklift (Dalian) Co., Ltd.
Liaoning
Province,
China
37
(In millions of
U.S. dollars)
100
(71.5)
Manufacture and sales of MHI
products.
Mitsubishi Caterpillar
Forklift Europe B.V.
Almere, The
Netherlands
18.2
(In millions
of Euro)
70
Production / sale / service of
products made by our company.
MHI Engine System Asia
Pte.Ltd.
Singapore
12.2
(In millions of
Singapore dollars)
100
Assembling / operation / sale of
products made by our company.
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Ⅹ. Group Companies of Mitsubishi
Heavy Industries, Ltd.
Name of Company Location
Capital
(Million yen)
Proportion of
voting rights
held (%)
Related information
MHI-VST Diesel Engines
Private Ltd.
Mysore, India
415
(In millions
of Rupee)
90
Assembling / operation / sale of
products made by our company.
Mitsubishi Engine North
America, Inc.
Illinois,
U.S.A.
8.5
(In millions of
U.S. dollars)
100
(100)
Sale / service / parts supply of
products made by our company.
MHI-Pornchai Machinery
Co., Ltd.
Chonburi,
Thailand
170
(In millions
of Bhat)
86.2
Assembling / operation / parts
supply of products made by our
company.
Mitsubishi Caterpillar
Forklift Asia Pte.Ltd.
Singapore 385 70
Sale / service of products made
by our company.
MHI Turbo Engineering Co.
(Shanghai)
Shanghai,
China
0.4
(In millions of
U.S. dollars)
100
Design and drafting of MHI
products.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Air-Conditioning & Thermal
Systems Corporation
Shinagawa-ku,
Tokyo
400 100
Sales and servicing of MHI
products.
Ryoju Cold Chain Co., Ltd.
Chiyoda-ku,
Tokyo
200 100
Sales and servicing of MHI
products.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Air-Conditioning &
Refrigeration Systems
Corporation
Chuo-ku,
Tokyo
180 100
Sales and servicing of MHI
products.
Kusakabe Co., Ltd.
Arakawa-ku,
Tokyo
100 100
Sales of products made by our
company.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Climate Control, Inc.
Indiana
U.S.A.
100
(In millions of
U.S. dollars)
100
Manufacture and sales of MHI
products.
Mitsubishi Heavy
Industries-Jinling Air-
Conditioners Co., Ltd.
GuanDong
Province,
China
30
(In millions of
U.S. dollars)
75.5
Production / sale / service of
products made by our company.
Mitsubishi Heavy
Industries-Mahajak Air
Conditioners Co., Ltd.
Bangkok,
Thailand
839.2
(In millions
of Bhat)
81.9
Manufacture and sales of MHI
products.
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Ⅹ. Group Companies of Mitsubishi
Heavy Industries, Ltd.
Name of Company Location
Capital
(Million yen)
Proportion of
voting rights
held (%)
Related information
Mitsubishi Heavy
Industries-Haier (Qingdao)
Air-Conditioners Co., Ltd.
Shandong
Province,
China
2,300 55
Production / sale of products
made by our company.
Thai Compressor
Manufacturing Co., Ltd.
Chachoengsao,
Thailand
490.3
(In millions
of Bhat)
58
Manufacture and sales of MHI
products.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Air-Conditioners Australia,
Pty. Ltd.
Kingsgrove,
Australia
4.5
(In millions of
Australian dollars)
100
Sales and service for MHI
products.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Air-Conditioners (Shanghai)
Co., Ltd
Shanghai,
China
3.0
(In millions of
U.S. dollars)
100
(100)
Sales and servicing of MHI
products. Holding concurrent post
as officer, as occasion arises
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Automotive Climate Control
(Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
Shanghai,
China
2
(In millions of
U.S. dollars)
100
Production / sale of products
made by our company.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Machine Tool Sales Co., Ltd.
Ritto-shi,
Shiga
300 100
Sales and servicing of MHI
products.
MHI Machine Tool
Engineering Co., Ltd.
Ritto-shi,
Shiga
200 100
Design and Manufacture of MHI
products.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
India Precision Tools, Ltd.
Ranipet,
India
69.7
(In millions
of Rupee)
96.5
Production / sale of products
made by our company.
MHI Machine Tool (H.K.)
Limited
H.K.
12
(In millions of Hong
Kong dollars)
100
(100)
Sale / service of products made
by our company.
MHI Landry Machinery &
Industrial Robot Service
Co., Ltd.
Nakamura-ku,
Nagoya-shi
350 100
After-sales service for MHI
products.
Ryoju Estate Co., Ltd.
Minato-ku,
Tokyo
250 100
Management of welfare facilities used by
MHI and its affiliates, and construction
and other work on consignment.
MHI Finance Co., Ltd.
Minaio-ku,
Tokyo
200 100
Allocation and leasing the products
produced by MHI and its affiliates, leasing
for MHI and its affiliates, consolidated
finance for MHI related companies.
Kinki Ryoju Estate Co., Ltd.
Hyogo-ku,
Kobe-shi
200 100
Management of welfare facilities used by
MHI and its affiliates, and construction
and other work on consignment.
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Ⅹ. Group Companies of Mitsubishi
Heavy Industries, Ltd.
Name of Company Location
Capital
(Million yen)
Proportion of
voting rights
held (%)
Related information
Ryonichi Engineering Co.,
Ltd.
Kanazawa-ku ,
Yokohama-shi
200 100
Design and drafting of MHI
products.
Tamachi Building
Minato-ku,
Tokyo
3,000 100
Commissioned administration of
MHI buildings.
Ryoin Co., Ltd.
Arakawa-ku,
Tokyo
1,000 100
Contracted printing, copying,
information communications for
MHI and its affiliates.
MHI General Services Co.,
Ltd.
Hyogo-ku,
Kobe-shi
100
100
(35)
Security / guard / utility work of our
factory, and maintenance check of
our factory's electric equipment.
MHI Solution Technologies
Co., Ltd.
Nishi-ku,
Hiroshima-shi
100 100
Rendering of services for research
and development / design /trial
operation of products and technology
of our company.
Koryo Engineering Co., Ltd.
Takasago-shi,
Hyogo
100 100
Design / drafting of products
made by our company.
Seiryo Engineering Co.,
Ltd.
Hyogo-ku,
Kobe-shi
100 100
Design and drafting of MHI
products.
Churyo Engineering Co.,
Ltd.
Nakamura-ku,
Nagoya-shi
100 100
Design and drafting of MHI
products.
Nagoya Ryoju Estate Co.,
Ltd.
Minato-ku,
Nagoya-shi
100 100
Management of welfare facilities used by
MHI and its affiliates, and construction
and other work on consignment.
Nishinihon Ryoju Estate
Co., Ltd.
Nagasaki-shi 100 100
Management of welfare facilities used by
MHI and its affiliates, and construction
and other work on consignment.
Higashi Chugoku Ryoju
Estate Co., Ltd.
Mihara-shi,
Hiroshima
100 100
Management of welfare facilities used by
MHI and its affiliates, and construction
and other work on consignment.
Hiroshima Ryoju Estate
Co., Ltd.
Nishi-ku,
Hiroshima-shi
100 100
Management of welfare facilities used by
MHI and its affiliates, and construction
and other work on consignment.
MHI Accounting Service,
Ltd.
Minato-ku,
Tokyo
60 100
Commissioned accounting
services for MHI and its
affiliates.
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Ⅹ. Group Companies of Mitsubishi
Heavy Industries, Ltd.
Name of Company Location
Capital
(Million yen)
Proportion of
voting rights
held (%)
Related information
Shunjusha Ltd.
Minato-ku,
Tokyo
50 100
Handling of various insurance
policies against loss for our company
and associated companies.
Choryo Software Co., Ltd. Nagasaki-shi 40 100
Development of computer software
and sale / maintenance of computer
hardware that our company and
related companies use.
MHI Personnel, Ltd.
Minato-ku,
Tokyo
30 100
Contract of diligence and
indolence / salary calculation,
travel expenses, office
transportation expenses,
retirement bonus, and related
welfare programs of our company.
Shimonoseki Ryoju Estate
Co., Ltd.
Shimonoseki-shi,
Yamaguchi
30 100
Management of welfare facilities
used by MHI and its affiliates, and
construction and other work on
consignment.
Choryo Engineering Co.,
Ltd.
Nagasaki-shi 30
100
(65)
Rendering of services for
research and development / trial
operation of products and
technology of our company.
Kensa Kenkyusho
Inspection Co., Ltd.
Kanazawa-ku,
Yokohama-shi
20 100
Inspection / measurement of
products made by our company.
Shimonoseki Ryojyu
Engineering Co., Ltd.
Shimonoseki-shi,
Yamaguchi
20 100
Contract of design / drafting /
information communication of
products made by our company.
Hiroshima Dia System Co.,
Ltd.
Nishi-ku,
Hiroshima-shi
20 100
Development of computer
software for our company and
associated companies.
MHI International
Investment B.V.
Amsterdam,
The
Netherlands
245
(In millions
of Euro)
100
Holding company for various
business operations which use
products made by our company.
*1
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
America, Inc.
New York
U.S.A.
256
(In millions of
U.S. dollars)
100
Assembling / sale / installation /
after-sale service of products made
by our company. Rendering of
services to our company such as
marketing research.
*1
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Ⅹ. Group Companies of Mitsubishi
Heavy Industries, Ltd.
Name of Company Location
Capital
(Million yen)
Proportion of
voting rights
held (%)
Related information
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Europe, Ltd.
London,
U.K.
62
(In millions
of Pound)
100
Assembling / sale / installation /
after-sale service of products made
by our company. Rendering of
services to our company such as
marketing research.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
(China) Co., Ltd.
Beijing,
China
38.9
(In millions of
U.S. dollars)
100
Support for business
development in China for MHI
and its subsidiaries.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
de Mexico, S.A. de C.V.
Mexico D.F.,
Mexico
75.5
(In millions of
Mexican peso)
100
(0.1)
Sale / after-sale service of
products made by our company.
Rendering of services to our company
such as marketing research.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Singapore Private Ltd.
Singapore
6.2
(In millions of
Singapore dollars)
100
Sale / after-sale service of products
made by our company. Rendering of
services to our company such as
marketing research.
Mitsubishi Heavy
Industries, (Hong Kong)
Ltd.
H.K.
34
(In millions of Hong
Kong dollars)
100
Sale / after-sale service of products
made by our company. Rendering of
services to our company such as
marketing research.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Philippines, Inc.
Manila,
Philippines
93.6
(In millions of
Philippine peso)
100
Sale / after-sale service of products
made by our company. Rendering of
services to our company such as
marketing research.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
India Private Ltd.
New Delhi,
India
37
(In millions of
Rupee)
100
(0.7)
Sale / after-sale service of products
made by our company. Rendering of
services to our company such as
marketing research.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
(Thailand) Ltd.
Samutprakarn,
Thailand
25
(In millions
of Bhat)
100
(5.1)
Sale / installation / after-sale service of
products made by our company.
Rendering of services to our company
such as marketing research.
Mitsubishi Industrias
Pesadas do Brasil Ltda.
Sao Paulo,
Brazil
1.2
(In millions
of Real)
100
(0.4)
Sale / after-sale service of products
made by our company. Rendering of
services to our company such as
marketing research.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Korea, Ltd.
Seoul,
Korea
750
(In millions
of Won)
100
Sale / installation / after-sale service
of products made by our company.
Rendering of services to our company
such as marketing research.
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Ⅹ. Group Companies of Mitsubishi
Heavy Industries, Ltd.
Name of Company Location
Capital
(Million yen)
Proportion of
voting rights
held (%)
Related information
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
(Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
Shanghai,
China
0.6
(In millions of
U.S. dollars)
100
Sale / after-sale service of products
made by our company. Rendering of
services to our company such as
marketing research.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Australia, Pty. Ltd.
Melbourne,
Australia
0.3
(In millions of
Australian dollars)
100
Sale / after-sale service of products
made by our company. Rendering of
services to our company such as
marketing research.
MHI Business Solution de
Mexico, S.A. do C.V
Mexico D. F.,
Mexico
10
(In millions of
Mexican peso)
100
(1.0)
Rendering of services to our
company such as teaching
installation.
Others 97 companies
(affiliates accounted for by the equity method)
Caterpillar Japan Ltd.
Setagaya-ku,
Tokyo
15,000 33.3 Supply of MHI products.
Nippon Yusoki Co., Ltd.
Nagaokakyou-shi,
Kyoto
4,890 20.1
General business collaboration
for MHI logistics equipment
(forklifts etc.).
*3
Toyo Engineering Works
Ltd.
Shinagawa-ku,
Tokyo
2,334 38.8
After-sales service for MHI
products.
*3
Mitsubishi Motors
Corporation
Minato-ku,
Tokyo
657,355
15.7
(0.5)
Supply of MHI products. *3
Others 31 companies
(Notes)
1. Name of segment is included in the major business column.
2. *1 Special subsidiaries.
3. *2 Although MHI's equity holding is less than 50%, this affiliate is listed as a
subsidiary because MHI exercises effective control over the company.
4. *3 Submits financial statements.
5. Proportions of voting rights shown in parentheses are for indirect possession.
6. In addition to the above, there are total of 249 nonconsolidated subsidiaries and
related companies not accounted for by equity-method.
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Overseas Network
Overseas Sales
Major Supply Records
Ⅺ. Statement of Overseas
Activities
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ⅩⅠ. Statement of Overseas Activities
1. Overseas Network










◆MCO Saudi Arabia, LLC. (MCOSA)
◆MHI Engine System Middle East (FZE) (MHIES-ME)


Ho Chi Minh City
Representative
●Jakarta Liaison Office
●Taipei Liaison Office
■Istanbul Representative
■Kyiv Representative ◆
● Overseas Offices ■ Representatives ◆ Overseas Subsidiaries
■Moscow Representative
Russia・Eastern Europe, etc.
Western Europe
Asia
Oceania
The Middle East
North America
Central and South America
Africa
■Hanoi Representative
■Middle East Office
■Abu Dhabi Office
■Johannesburg Branch
◆MHI Power Systems Egypt LLC (MPS-EG)
◆MHI Equipment and Services Africa S.A. (MESA) ◆Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Air-Conditioners Australia,
Pty. Ltd. (MHIAA)
◆Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Australia,
 Pty. Ltd. (MHIAU)
◆Mitsubishi Industrias Pesadas do Brasil Ltda. (MHIB)
◆MHI Sul Americana Distribuidora de Motores Ltda. (MSA)
◆CBC Industrias Pesadas S.A. (CBC)
◆Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
 de Mexico S.A. de C.V.
 (MHIMEX)
◆MHI Business Solution
 de Mexico, S.A. de C.V.
 (MHI-BSM)
◆MHI Canada Aerospace, Inc. (MHICA)
◆Advanced Energy America, LLC
◆ADVATECH, LLC
◆Cormetech, Inc. (CORMETECH)
◆Crystal Mover Services, Inc. (CMS)
◆FMS Equipment Rental Inc. (FMS)
◆Intercontinental Jet Service Co.
◆MHCG, Inc. (New Gencoat, Inc.)(MHCG)
◆Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation America, Inc. (MJETA)
◆Mitsubishi Caterpillar Forklift America Inc. (MCFA)
◆Mitsubishi Engine North America, Inc. (MENA)
◆Mitsubishi Heavy Industries America, Inc (MHIA)
◆Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Climate Control Inc. (MCC)
◆Mitsubishi-Hitachi Metals Machinery USA, Inc. (MHU)
◆Mitsubishi Nuclear Energy Systems, Inc. (MNES)
◆Mitsubishi Power Systems Americas, Inc. (MPSA)
◆MLP U.S.A., Inc. (MLP-A)
◆Rapidparts Inc. (Rapidparts-A)
◆Southern California Material Handling Inc. (SCMH)
◆VienTek, LLC (VIENTEK)
◆Artemis Intelligent Power, Ltd.(Artemis)
◆Maintenance Partners. Nv (MP)
◆Kaliakra Wind Power (KWP)
◆Rocla Oy (Rocla)
◆ATMEA S.A.S.
◆COMIA S.A.S.
◆MHI Engineering Vienna GmbH(MHIEV)
◆MHI Equipment Alsace S.A.S. (MEA)
◆ATLA S.r.l.
◆Diamond GT Service Europe S.r.l. (DGTSE)
◆Beijing Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Beiren Printing Machinery Co., Ltd.
◆Changzhou Baoling Heavy & Industrial Machinery Co., Ltd.
◆Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (Changshu) Machinery Co.,Ltd. (MHICM)
◆MCF Forklift (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. (MCFC)
◆MHI Automotive Climate Control (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. (MACC)
◆MHI Engine System Hong Kong Ltd. (MHIES-H)
◆MHI Engine System (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd. (MHIES-SZ)
◆MHI Machine Tool Ltd. (MMH)
◆MHI Shenyang Pump Engineering Co., Ltd. (MSPE)
◆MHI Turbo Engineering Co. (Shanghai) (MTEC)
◆Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air-conditioners (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. (MHIAS)
◆Mitsubishi Heavy Industries BFG Gas Turbine Service (Nanjing) Co., Ltd.
◆Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (China) Co., Ltd. (MHIC)
◆Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Dongfang Gas Turbine (Guangzhou) Co., Ltd. (MHI-DGT)
◆Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Forklift (Dalian) Co., Ltd. (MFD)
◆Mitsubishi Heavy Industries-Haier (Qingdao) Air-Conditioners Co., Ltd. (MHAQ)
◆Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, (Hong Kong) Ltd. (MHIH)
◆Mitsubishi Heavy Industries-Jinling Air-Conditioners Company, Ltd. (MJA)
◆Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. (MHISH)
◆Mitsubishi-Hitachi Metals Machinery (Shanghai), Inc. (MHS)
◆NanJing TianLing Energy Technology Co., Ltd. (TET)
◆Shanghai MHI Turbocharger Co., Ltd. (SMTC)
◆L&T MHI Boilers Private Limited (LMBP)
◆L&T-MHI Turbine Generators Private Limited (LMTP)
◆MHI-VST Diesel Engines Pvt. Ltd. (MVDE)
◆Mitsubishi Heavy Industries India Precision Tools, Ltd. (MHI-IPT)
◆Mitsubishi Heavy Industries India Private Ltd. (MHII)
◆Mitsubishi-Hitachi Metals Machinery South Asia Private Ltd. (MHSA)
◆PT. MHI Engine System Indonesia (MHIES-I)
◆P.T. Power Systems Service Indonesia (P.T. POSSI)
◆Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Korea, Ltd. (MHIK)
◆MHI Engine System Philippines, Incorprated (MHIES-P)
◆MHI Technical Services Corp. (MTS)
◆Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Philippines, Inc. (MHIP)
◆TES Philippines, Inc. (TESP)
◆Saudi Factory for Electrical Appliances Co., Ltd. (SELECT)
◆MHI Engine System Asia Pte. Ltd. (MHIES-A)
◆MHI Industrial Engineering & Services Private Ltd. (MIES)
◆Mitsubishi Caterpillar Forklift Asia Pte Ltd. (MCFS)
◆Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Singapore Private Ltd. (MHISP)
◆Mitsubishi Power Systems (Asia Pacific) Pte. Ltd. (MPS-AP)
◆MHI-Pornchai Machinery Co., Ltd. (MPM)
◆MHI Power Systems Project (Thailand) Co., Ltd. (MPS-PTC)
◆Mitsubishi Heavy Industries-Mahajak Air Conditioners Co., Ltd. (MACO)
◆Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (Thailand) Ltd. (MHIT)
◆Mitsubishi Power Systems (Thailand) Ltd. (MPS-T)
◆Mitsubishi Turbocharger Asia Co., Ltd. (MTA)
◆NICHIDAI (THAILAND) LTD. (NDT)
◆Thai Compressor Manufacturing Co., Ltd. (THACOM)
◆MHI Aerospace Vietnam Co., Ltd. (MHIVA)
◆MHI Engine System Vietnam Co., Ltd. (MHIES-V)
◆Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation Europe B.V. (MJETE)
◆Mitsubishi Caterpillar Forklift Europe B.V. (MCFE)
◆MHI Equipment Europe B.V. (MEE)
◆MHI International Investment B.V. (MII)
◆Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Europe, Ltd. (MHIE)
◆Mitsubishi Power Systems Europe, Ltd. (MPSE)
1. Overseas Network

■Overseas Offices and Major Subsidiaries
1. Overseas Network
1
2
1
ⅩⅠ. Statement of Overseas Activities
Consolidated
Sales
2001
188,228
(6.6)
346,504
(12.1)
192,381
(6.7)
157,312
(5.5)
121,032
(4.2)
8,099
(0.3)
5,209
(0.2)
1,018,770
(35.6)
2,863,984
2002
212,793
(8.2)
271,239
(10.5)
210,549
(8.1)
68,400
(2.6)
55,574
(2.1)
11,673
(0.5)
7,646
(0.3)
837,878
(32.3)
2,593,894
2003
324,696
(13.7)
262,145
(11.1)
136,775
(5.7)
95,159
(4.0)
40,812
(1.7)
26,612
(1.1)
6,456
(0.3)
892,658
(37.6)
2,373,440
2004
416,846
(16.1)
265,596
(10.2)
162,303
(6.3)
147,113
(5.7)
28,131
(1.1)
19,967
(0.8)
9,409
(0.3)
1,049,367
(40.5)
2,590,733
2005
522,450
(18.7)
322,550
(11.6)
182,893
(6.5)
108,588
(3.9)
57,265
(2.0)
16,753
(0.6)
15,486
(0.6)
1,225,989
(43.9)
2,792,108
2006
437,470
(14.3)
371,865
(12.1)
237,428
(7.8)
123,705
(4.0)
257,800
(8.4)
18,909
(0.6)
15,465
(0.5)
1,462,646
(47.7)
3,068,504
2007
452,216
(14.1)
435,833
(13.6)
258,811
(8.1)
222,987
(6.9)
168,860
(5.3)
9,009
(0.3)
13,419
(0.4)
1,561,139
(48.7)
3,203,085
2008
439,187
(13.0)
414,053
(12.3)
296,224
(8.8)
226,198
(6.7)
230,001
(6.8)
21,581
(0.6)
25,022
(0.7)
1,652,269
(48.9)
3,375,674
2009
390,701
(13.3)
360,183
(12.2)
223,334
(7.6)
184,790
(6.3)
170,760
(5.8)
138,725
(4.7)
10,198
(0.4)
1,478,695
(50.3)
2,940,887
2010
373,733
(12.9)
347,444
(12.0)
217,087
(7.5)
200,850
(6.9)
102,690
(3.5)
169,283
(5.8)
12,101
(0.4)
1,423,191
(49.0)
2,903,770
(Unit : millions of yen)
Note 1. Divisions of countries or regions are based on the geographical distribution.
2. Major countries or regions in each division are as follows.
(1) Asia ……………………………Brunei, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia,
Korea, Macao, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines,
Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam
(2) North America …………………Canada, U.S.A.
(3) Europe …………………………Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Greece,
Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Russia,
Slovenia, Spain, U.K., Ukraine
(4) Central and South America …Argentina, Bahamas, Brazil, Cayman Islands,
Chile, Mexico, Panama, Venezuela
(5) The Middle East ………………Cyprus, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Turkey,
U.A.E.
(6) Africa …………………………Egypt, Kenya, Liberia, South Africa
(7) Oceania ………………………Australia, New Zealand
3. Overseas sales include the sales outside the country or region by the firm and its
consolidated subsidiaries.
( ) : The share of overseas sales in the consolidated sales (Unit : %)
Asia
North
America
Europe
Central and
South America
The
Middle East
Africa
Oceania
Total
2. Overseas Sales
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2
2
Area Country
Business Segments
(Division)
Product Project name Client
Year of
delivery
No. of unit Description
ⅩⅠ. Statement of Overseas Activities
3. Major Supply Records
North and
South America
Argentina
Power
Systems
Steam Turbine/Gas
Turbine
Costanera 800MW
Combined Cycle Plant
Central Costanera S. A. 1999 2/1 M701F /312MW
Argentina
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine/HRSG
Parana 830MW
Combined Cycle Plant
AES Parana S.A. 2001 2/1/2 M701F3 /319MW/373T/H
Brazil
Power
Systems
Steam Turbine Veracel Veracel Celulose S. A. 2005 1 125MW×1
Chile
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine/HRSG
San Isidro 370MW
Combined Cycle Plant
Compania Electrica San Isidro
A.A.
2002 1/1/1 M701F /130MW/268T/H
Chile
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine/HRSG
San Isidro Ⅱ377MW
Combined Cycle Plant
EMPRESA NACIONAL DE
ELECTRICIDAD S.A.
2008 1/1/1 M701F /136MW/369T/H
Chile
Power
Systems
Boiler/Steam
Turbine
GUACOLDA No. 3 Empresa Electrica Guacolda S. A. 2009 STx1, Bx1 152MW
Chile
Power
Systems
Boiler/Steam
Turbine
GUACOLDA No. 4 Empresa Electrica Guacolda S. A. 2010 STx1, Bx1 152MW
Mexico
Power
Systems
Boiler/Steam
Turbine
Petacalco #3, 4 CFE 1993 2/2 1,185T/H /350MW
Mexico
Power
Systems
Boiler/Steam
Turbine
Petacalco #5, 6 CFE 1995 2/2 1,193T/H /350MW
Mexico
Power
Systems
Boiler/Steam
Turbine
Pacifco Comision Federal de Electrcidad 2010 STX1, Bx1 648MW
Mexico
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine
Chihuahua 435MW
Combined Cycle Plant
Norelec Del Norte S. V. C. V. 2001 2/1 M501F /160MW
Mexico
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine/HRSG
Campeche 254MW
Combined Cycle Plant
Trans Alta Campeche,
S. A. de C. V.
2001 1/1/1 M501F /90MW/486T/H
Mexico
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine
Tuxpan Ⅱ
Electricidad Agulila de
Tuxpan S.de R.L.de C.V.
2002 2/1 M501F3 /498MW
Mexico
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine
Altamira II 503MW
Combined Cycle Plant
ELECTRICIDAD de AGUILA de
ALTAMIRA S.A. de R.L.de C.V.
2002 2/1 M501F3 /189MW
Mexico
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine
Tuxpan Ⅲ
Electricidad Agulila de
Tuxpan S.de R.L.de C.V.
2003 2/1 M501F3 /498MW
Mexico
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine
Tuxpan Ⅳ
Electricidad Agulila de
Tuxpan S.de R.L.de C.V.
2003 2/1 M501F3 /498MW
Mexico
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine
Tuxpan Ⅴ
Kyushu Electric Power /
Mitsubishi Corporation (CFE)
2006 2/1/2 M501F /187MW/455T/H
Mexico
Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems
Chemical Plant Polyethylene Plant
PETROQUIMICA MORELOS.
S.A DE C.V.
2006 1
U.S.A.
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine
Mystic 1600MW
Combined Cycle Plant
Excelon 2003 4/2 M501G /250MW
U.S.A.
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine
Fore River 800MW
Combined Cycle Plant
Excelon 2003 2/1 M501G /250MW
1
2
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ⅩⅠ. Statement of Overseas Activities
Area Country
Business Segments
(Division)
Product Project name Client
Year of
delivery
No. of unit Description
North and
South America
U.S.A.
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine West County Energy Florida Power & Light Company 2009 GTx9 250MW×6
U.S.A.
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine Georgia Power McDonough Unit Georgia Power Company 2009 GTx6 250MW×6
U.S.A.
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine Lagoon Creek III Tenesee Valley Authority 2010 GTx2 550MW
U.S.A.
Power
Systems
Wind Turbine Rock River I Rock Rover I, LLC. 2001 50 MWT-1000 ×50
U.S.A.
Power
Systems
Wind Turbine Mountain View II Mountain View II, LLC. 2001 37 MWT-600 ×37
U.S.A.
Power
Systems
Wind Turbine Texas Oregon Condon I Condon Wind Power, LLC. 2001 41 MWT-600 ×41
U.S.A.
Power
Systems
Wind Turbine Combine Hills Eurus Energy 2003 41 MWT-1000A
U.S.A.
Power
Systems
Wind Turbine Brazos Shell Wind Energy 2003 160 MWT-1000A
U.S.A.
Power
Systems
Wind Turbine OASIS enXco, Inc. 2004 60 MWT-1000 ×61
U.S.A.
Power
Systems
Wind Turbine San Juan Mesa Edison Mission Energy 2005 120 MWT-62 /1.0(MWT-1000A)
U.S.A.
Power
Systems
Wind Turbine Iowa Wind Power Mid American Energy Company 2005 50 MWT-62 /1.0(MWT-1000A)
U.S.A.
Power
Systems
Wind Turbine Buena Vista Wind Project
Babcock Brown Power Operating
Partners LLC.
2006 38 MWT-62 /1.0(MWT-1000A)
U.S.A.
Power
Systems
Wind Turbine Aragonne Mesa Wind Project
Babcock Brown Power Operating
Partners LLC.
2006 90 MWT-62 /1.0(MWT-1000A)
U.S.A.
Power
Systems
Wind Turbine Sweet Water
Babcock Brown Power Operating
Partners LLC.
2007 135 MWT-62 /1.0(MWT-1000A)
U.S.A.
Power
Systems
Wind Turbine Ceder Creek
Babcock Brown Power Operating
Partners LLC.
2007 221 MWT-62 /1.0(MWT-1000A)
U.S.A.
Power
Systems
Wind Turbine Dillon Iberdrola Renewables 2008 45 MWT-62 /1.0
U.S.A.
Power
Systems
Wind Turbine Roscoe E-ON Climate & Renewables 2008 209 MWT-62 /1.0
U.S.A.
Power
Systems
Wind Turbine Goat Mountain Edison Mission Energy 2008 80 MWT-62 /1.0
U.S.A.
Power
Systems
Wind Turbine Bull Creek Eurus Energy 2008 180 MWT-62 /1.0
U.S.A.
Power
Systems
Wind Turbine Goat Mountain 2 Edison Mission Energy 2009 29 MWT-95 /2.4
1
2
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ⅩⅠ. Statement of Overseas Activities
Area Country
Business Segments
(Division)
Product Project name Client
Year of
delivery
No. of unit Description
North and
South America
U.S.A.
Power
Systems
Wind Turbine Penascal 1 Iberdrola Renewables 2009 84 MWT-92 /2.4
U.S.A.
Power
Systems
Wind Turbine Inadale Inadale Wind Farm, LLC 2009 197 MWT-62 /1.0
U.S.A.
Power
Systems
Wind Turbine Gulf Wind Gulf Wind, LLC 2009 118 MWT-95 /2.4
U.S.A.
Power
Systems
Wind Turbine Combine Hills 2 Eurus Energy 2009 63 MWT-62 /1.0
U.S.A.
Power
Systems
Wind Turbine Penascal 2 Iberdrola Renewables 2010 84 MWT-92 /2.4
U.S.A.
Power
Systems
Wind Turbine Elm Creek 2 Iberdrola Renewables 2011 62 MWT-95 /2.4
U.S.A.
Power
Systems
Wind Turbine Juniper Conyon Iberdrola Renewables 2011 63 MWT-95 /2.4
U.S.A.
Power
Systems
Wind Turbine Safeway 2.0 Foundation Windpower 2011 2 MWT-62 /1.0
U.S.A.
Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems
Metals Machinery
Continuous pickling
and tandem cold mill
Several North America, Inc. 2011
Venezuela
Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems
Chemical Plant Methanol Plant
METHANOL DE ORIENT,
METOR, S.A.
2010 1
Asia Burunei
Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems
Chemical Plant Methanol Plant BURUNEI METHANOL COMPANY 2009 1
China
Power
Systems
Boiler/Steam
Turbine
Zhuhai Thermal Power
Station #1, 2
Guandong Zhuhai Power Station
Company Ltd.
2000 2/2 2,290T/H /700MW
China
Power
Systems
Boiler/Steam
Turbine
Dalian
Huaneng International Power
Develop Corp.
1989 2/2 1,150T/H /350MW
China
Power
Systems
Boiler/Steam
Turbine
Fuzhou
Huaneng International Power
Develop Corp.
1989 2/2 1,150T/H /351MW
China
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine
Beijing No.3
Beijing Jingfeng Thermal Power
Co., Ltd.
2005 1/1 M701F /350MW
China
Power
Systems
Boiler
Huaneng Yuhuan Power
Plant Unit 1&2
Harbin Boiler Co., Ltd. 2006 2 2,952T/H
China
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine
Qianwan LNG Power Plant
No.2
Dong Fang Steam Turbine Works 2006 1 M701F
China
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine QIANWAN
Shenzhen Guang Qian Electric
Power Co., Ltd. (GDPAMC)
2007 GTx3 3×400MW
China
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine HUIZHOU
Guangdong Huizhou LNG Power Co., Ltd.
(GDPAMC)
2007 GTx3 3×400MW
China
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine
Baotou BFG GTCC Unit 1&2 Baotou Iron & Steel (Group) Co., Ltd. 2008 STx2, GTx2 137.6MW×2
1
2
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ⅩⅠ. Statement of Overseas Activities
Area Country
Business Segments
(Division)
Product Project name Client
Year of
delivery
No. of unit Description
Asia China
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine
Anshan M701S(DA) BFG GTCC Anshan Iron & Steel Group Company 2009 STx1, GTx1 150MW
China
Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems
Metals Machinery No.3 hot strip mill Baosteel Group Corp. 2007
China
Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems
Metals Machinery
Continuous pickling and tandem
cold mill
Guangzhou JFE Steel Sheet Company Ltd. 2011
China(Macau)
Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems
Refuse Incinerator
Macau waste incineration plant
(expanded)
Macau Special Administrative Region 2008 3 288T/D ×3
China
Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems
Chemical Plant Purifed Terephtalic Acid Ningbo Mitsubishi Chemical Co., Ltd. 2006 1
China
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine
Blast furnace gas-fred
Combined Cycle Plant
Angang Group International
Trade Corporation
2007 1/1 M701S(F) /117MW
China
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine
Blast furnace gas-fred
Combined Cycle Plant
Maanshan Iron & Steel Co., Ltd. 2007 1/1 M701S(DA) /63MW
India
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine/Boiler
Auraiya 600MW Combined
Cycle Plant
NTPC 1990 4/2/4 701D /107MW/167T/H
India
Power
Systems
Boiler Anpara B #4, 5 UPSEB 1992 2 1,720T/H
India
Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems
Metals Machinery Hot Strip Mill JSW Steel, Ltd. 2010
Indonesia
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine
Gresik 1500MW Combined
Cycle Plant
PLN 1992/1993 9/3 701D /188.9MW
Indonesia
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine
Grati 868MW Combined
Cycle Plant
PLN 1996 6/1 701D /189.5MW
Indonesia
Power
Systems
Boiler/Gas Turbine Muara Karang PT. PLN (Persero) 2009 Bx2, GTx2 496MW
Indonesia
Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems
Chemical Plant Ammonia Plant
P.T. KALTIM PASIFIK
AMMONIAK
2000 1
Indonesia
Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems
Chemical Plant Ammonia Plant
P.T. KALTIM PARNA
INDUSTRI
2002 1
Indonesia
Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems
Chemical Plant Fertilizer Complex
P.T. PUPUK KALIMANTAN
TIMUR
2003 1
Korea
Power
Systems
Steam Turbine Gwangyang No.9 POSCO 2006 1 100MW
Korea
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine
Gunsan Combined Cycle Power Plant Korea Western Power Co., Ltd. 2009 STx1, GTx2 779MW
Korea
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine
POSCO POWER Gwangyang CCPP POSCO Engineering & Construction Co., Ltd. 2010 STx2, GTx2 142MW×2
Korea
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine
Paju Combined Heat & Power Station Korea District Heating Corporation (KDHC) 2011 STx1, GTx2 515MW
1
2
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ⅩⅠ. Statement of Overseas Activities
Area Country
Business Segments
(Division)
Product Project name Client
Year of
delivery
No. of unit Description
Asia Korea
Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems
LNG Storage Tank
Inchon No.11 & 12 LNG
Storage Tanks
Korea Gas Corporation 2001 2
LNG In-ground Storage Tank
(140,000kℓ×2)
Korea
Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems
Metals Machinery Hot Strip Mill Hyundai Steel Company 2011
Malaysia
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine/HRSG
Port Dickson Tenaga Nasional Berhad 2005 2/1/2 M701F /714.6MW
Malaysia
Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems
Gas and oil
production facility
LPG plant/modernization
of shipping base
PETRONAS GAS BERHAD 2005 1
Pakistan
Power
Systems
Diesel Diesel Goverating Plant Japan Power Generation 2000 24 18KU30(5.65MW)
Pakistan
Power
Systems
Boiler/Steam
Turbine
Lal Pir Power Station AES 1997 1/1 1,200T/H /362MW
Philippines
Power
Systems
Boiler/Steam
Turbine
Pagbilao Power Station #1, 2 HOPEWELL 1995 2/2 1,250T/H /385MW
Philippines
Power
Systems
Boiler/Steam
Turbine
Masinloc Stage I, II PLN 1998 2/2 1,050T/H /300MW
Philippines
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine
Ilijan 1200MW Combined
Cycle Plant
KEPCO ILIJAN CORPORATION 2002 4/2/4 M501G /234MW
Philippines
Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems
Transportation
System
MRT System MRTC 1999/2000 16.9km 28,000p/h
Singapore
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine/HRSG
TUAS II 720MW Combined
Cycle Plant
TUAS POWER 2001 2/2/2 M701F3 /120MW/360T/H
Singapore
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine/HRSG
Tuas Stage II TUAS POWER 2005 2/2/2 M701F /720MW
Singapore
Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems
Ferris Wheel Singapore Flyer Singapore Flyer Ltd. 2008 1
28 Sets of Cabin
(28 Passengers/Cabin)
Singapore
Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems
Refuse Incinerator Tuas South Ministry of Environment 2000 6 720T/D ×6
Singapore
Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems
ITS ERP LTA 1998 〜
90
Gantries
Error Ratio 10
-5
Singapore
Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems
Chemical Plant Methyl Methacrylate (MMA) Plant
SUMITOMO CHEMICAL
SINGAPORE PTE LTD
2005 1
Singapore
Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems
Chemical Plant Polyethylene Plant EXXONMOBIL ASIA PACIFIC PTE. LTD. 2011 2
Thailand
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine/HRSG
Wang Noi 1300MW Combined
Cycle Plant Stage I
EGAT 1996 4/2/4 M701F /205MW/250T/H
Thailand
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine/HRSG
Wang Noi 720MW Combined
Cycle Plant Stage II
EGAT 1998 2/1/2 M701F /250MW/633T/H
Thailand
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine/HRSG
Ratchaburi (Block 1)
700MW Combined Cycle Plant
Ratchaburi Power Company
Limited
2008 2/1/2 M701F /270MW/364T/H
1
2
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ⅩⅠ. Statement of Overseas Activities
Area Country
Business Segments
(Division)
Product Project name Client
Year of
delivery
No. of unit Description
Asia Thailand
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine/HRSG
Ratchaburi (Block 2)
700MW Combined Cycle Plant
Ratchaburi Power Company
Limited
2008 2/1/2 M701F /270MW/364T/H
Thailand
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine/HRSG
South Bangkok (Block 3)
747MW Combined Cycle Plant
EGAT 2008 2/1/2 M701F /275MW/365T/H
Thailand
Power
Systems
Boiler/Steam
Turbine
Ratchaburi #1, 2 EGAT 1999 2/2 2,530T/H /700MW
Thailand
Power
Systems
Boiler/Steam
Turbine
Map Ta Phut BLCP Power 2006 2/2 2,285T/H /700MW
Thailand
Power
Systems
Boiler/Gas Turbine/
Steam Turbine
RPCL 2 ×700MW Combined
Cycle Power Plant
Ratchaburi Power Company Ltd 2008
STx2, Bx4,
GTx4
2×700MW
Taiwan
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine/HRSG
Nampu 248MW Combined
Cycle Plant
Taiwan Power Company 2001 1/1/1 M501F /90MW/200T/H
Taiwan
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine/HRSG
Dah-Tarn Stage Ⅰ Taiwan Power Company 2006 6/2/6 M501G /282MW/490T/H
Taiwan
Power
Systems
Boiler/Gas Turbine/
Steam Turbine
Dah-Tarn Stage Ⅱ Taiwan Power Company 2007
STx4, Bx8,
GTx8
720MW×4
Taiwan
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine
Chang Bin 490MW
Combined Cycle Plant
Star Energy 2004 2 M501F /185MW
Taiwan
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine
Fong Der 980MW Combined
Cycle Plant
Taiwan Cogen 2004 4 M501F /185MW
Taiwan
Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems
Metals Machinery Hot Strip Mill Dragon Steel Corporation 2010
Taiwan
Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems
Transportation
System
Taiwan High Speed Rail
Taiwan High Speed Rail
Corporation
2006 345km
Vietnam
Power
Systems
Boiler/Steam
Turbine
Omon No.1
Vietnam Electricity
Cantho Thermal Power Company Limited
2009 STx1, Bx1 330MW
Vietnam
Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems
Cement Plant 5,800T/D Cement Plant Nghi Son Cement Corporation 2000
Middle East Egypt
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine
Cairo North 750MW
Combined Cycle Plant
Cairo Electricity Production 2004 2 M701F /273MW
Egypt
Power
Systems
Steam Turbine Nubaria WDFPC 2006 2 255MW
Egypt
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine El Atf Middle Delta Electricity Production Company 2009 GTx2 750MW
Egypt
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine Sidi Krir West Delta Electricity Production Company 2009 GTx2 750MW
Egypt
Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems
Container Handling
Crane
Container Crane for
Damietta Port
Damietta Container & Cargo
Handling Co.
2001 4
Egypt
Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems
Container Handling
Crane
Rubber Tyred Gantry Crane
for Damietta Port
Damietta Container & Cargo
Handling Co.
2001 14
1
2
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ⅩⅠ. Statement of Overseas Activities
Area Country
Business Segments
(Division)
Product Project name Client
Year of
delivery
No. of unit Description
Middle East Kuwait
Power
Systems
Boiler Sabiya Power Station #1 〜8 MEW 2000/2001 8/8 925.6T/H /300MW
Oman
Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems
Chemical Plant Fertilizer Complex
Sohal International Urea &
Chemical Industries (SAOC)
2009 2 (Ammoniq/Urea)
Qatar
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine
Ras Laffan C (STG) Ras Girtas Power Company 2010 STx4, GTx8 2730MW
Qatar
Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems
LNG Storage Tank
Ras Laffan LNG Storage
Tanks
Ras Laffan LNG CO., Ltd 1999 3
LNG Above-ground Storage Tank
(140,000kℓ×3)
Saudi Arabia
Power
Systems
Boiler/Steam
Turbine
Qurayyah Power Station #3,4 SCECO EAST 1992 2/2 2,080T/H /600MW
Saudi Arabia
Power
Systems
Boiler/Steam
Turbine
Rabigh Extension Stage III SCECO WEST(EWR) 1996 2/2 850T/H /260MW
Saudi Arabia
Power
Systems
Boiler/Steam
Turbine
Qurayyah Power Station #1,2 SCECO EAST 1988/1989 2/2 2,080T/H /600MW
Saudi Arabia
Power
Systems
Boiler/Steam Turbine/
Desalination Plant
Rabigh IWSPP Rabigh Arabian Water & Electricity Company 2009
STx5, Bx9,
ROx16
120MW×5
Saudi Arabia
Power
Systems
Boiler/Steam Turbine/
Desalination Plant
Shuqaiq IWPP Shuqaiq Water and Electricity Company 2011
STx3, Bx3,
ROx16
340MW×3
216,000m3/day
Saudi Arabia
Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems
Chemical Plant Capacity expansion of polyethylene plant
EASTERN PETROCHEMICAL
COMPANY (SHARQ)
2000 1
Saudi Arabia
Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems
Chemical Plant Polyethylene Complex
SAUDI YANBU PETROCHEMICAL
CO. (YANPET)
2000 2
Saudi Arabia
Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems
Chemical Plant AR-RAZI-V Methanol Plant
SAUDI METHANOL COMPANY
(AR-RAZI)
2008 1
Turkey
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine
Bursa 1400MW Combined
Cycle Plant
TEAS 1999 4/2 M701F /230MW
Turkey
Power
Systems
Steam Turbine Afsin-Elbistan B
Turkish Electricity Generation
Company (EUAS)
2005 4 360MW×4(Iignite-fred)
Turkey
Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems
Metals Machinery Hot Strip Mill ISDEMIR 2008
U.A.E.
Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems
Transportation
System
Dubai Metro Red Line Dubai Road & Transport Authority 2010 52km
Commenced operation in
September 2009
U.A.E.
Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems
Transportation
System
Dubai Metro Green Line Dubai Road & Transport Authority 2011 22km
Commenced operation in
September 2011
North
Europe
Bulgaria
Power
Systems
Wind Turbine Kaliakra Kaliakra Wind Power A.D. 2008 35 MWT-62 /1.0
Iceland
Power
Systems
Geothermal Turbine Nesjavetlir No.3 Reykjavik City 2001 1 30MW
Iceland
Power
Systems
Geothermal Turbine
Hellisheidi Geothermal
Power Plant
Reykjavik Energy 2006 1 40MW
1
2
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ⅩⅠ. Statement of Overseas Activities
Area Country
Business Segments
(Division)
Product Project name Client
Year of
delivery
No. of unit Description
North
Europe
Iceland
Power
Systems
Geothermal Turbine
Hellisheidi Geothermal No.3
& No.4 Power Plant
Reykjavik Energy 2008 2 30MW×2
Ireland
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine
Huntstown Phase II
Combined Cycle Plant
Viridian Group 2007 1/1 M701F /187MW
Europe Italy
Power
Systems
Steam Turbine Torrevaldaliga ENELPOWER 2010 STX3 660MW
Netherlands
Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems
Metals Machinery Hot Strip Mill CORUS (Tata Steel Europe) 2000
Poland
Machinery & Steel
Infrastructure Systems
Chemical Plant Purifed Terephtalic Acid Plant PNK ORLEN S.A. 2011 1
Spain
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine/HRSG
Cristobal Colon Combined
Cycle Power Plant
ENDESA 2006 1/1/1 M701F /135MW/669T/H
Spain
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine/HRSG
Castelnou 800MW
Combined Cycle Plant
Electrabel S.A. 2006 2/1/2 M701F /220MW/360T/H
Spain
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine/HRSG
Cartagena Combined Cycle
Power Plant
AES 2006 3/3/3 M701F /130MW/360T/H
Ukraine
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine
Alchevsk Irin and Steel Works Industrial Union of Donbass Corp. 2010 STx2, GTx2 150MW×2
United
Kingdom
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine
Saltend 400MW Combined
Cycle plant #1 〜3
Saltend Cogeneration Company Ltd. 2000 3/3 M701F /111MW
United
Kingdom
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine
Damhead Creek 793MW
Combined Cycle Plant
Kingsnorth Power Ltd. 2001 2/1 M701F /167MW
Others Australia
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine Pinjarra Co-Generation Unit#2 Alinta Co-Generation (Pinjarra)Pty 2006 1 M701DA
Australia
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine
Tamar Valley Aurora Energy (Tamar Valley) Pty Ltd. 2009 STx1, GTx1 200MW
Azerbaijan
Power
Systems
Gas Turbine/Steam
Turbine
Severnaya 400MW
Combined Cycle Plant
Joint Stock Company Azerenerji 2002 1/1/1 M701F /130MW
Kenya
Power
Systems
Diesel Diesel Goverating Plant Kenya Power Co., Ltd. 1999 6 9L 58/64(12.5MW)
Kenya
Power
Systems
Geothermal Turbine Olkaria II KENGEN, Ltd. 2004 2 3.4MW×2
Kenya
Power
Systems
Geothermal Turbine Olkaria II Unit-3 (Geothermal) The Kenya Electricty Generating Company Ltd. 2010 STx1 35MW×1
New Zealand
Power
Systems
Geothermal Turbine Mokai II Tuaropaki Power Co., Ltd. 2005 1 19.2MW×1
1
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Corporate Social Responsibility
Management
Environmental Report
Social Report
ⅩⅡ. Society &
Environment
131
Ⅻ. Society & Environment
1. Corporate Social Responsibility
■ Undertaking CSR through production activities
As outlined in our corporate creed the underlying objective of the MHI Group is to contribute
to society as a manufacturing enterprise that provides products in support of the world’s
infrastructure as well as its ecological, economic and energy needs.
The core aims of our CSR initiatives are to minimize the environmental loads emanating from
our production activities through the achievement of zero emissions and CO2 emission
reduction activities, to generate solid earnings through product differentiation, and to allocate
our earnings appropriately on an ongoing basis for the growth of all stakeholders and the MHI
Group.
Close ties with the Earth
● Contribute to the resolution of global environmental and energy issues through
superlative technologies.
● Reduce environmental burdens in all areas of business through a high level of
environmental awareness by all individuals.
Close ties with society
● Provide safe products of high quality matching the needs of customers and society.
● Through continuous sincere actions, respect social norms and achieve transparency of
information.
● Maintain self-awareness as a member of society and contribute proactively to
development of regions and societies.
A bridge to the next generation
● Foster comfortable working environments and a working culture where creativity
blossoms.
● Through business operations and technologies that make dreams come true, cultivate
children who are filled with hope.
CSR Action Guidelines
In order to ensure a secure future for the Earth, we will establish and maintain,
Close ties with the Earth
Safeguard an abundantly green Earth through environmental technologies
and environmental awareness;
Close ties with society
Build a relationship of trust with society through proactive participation in society
and trustworthy actions;
A bridge to the next generation
Contribute to the cultivation of human resources who can shoulder responsibility
in the next generation through technologies that can realize dreams.
Specific Guidelines
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Corporate Governance
■Current Status of Corporate Governance and Internal Controls
● Strengthening the oversight functions of the Board of Directors through such
measures as appointing outside directors
The Board of Directors makes important key management decisions and oversees the
execution of business operations, while statutory auditors audit the execution of duties of
directors and other matters.
Currently, 3 of the company’s 19 directors and 3 of its 5 statutory auditors are from outside
MHI and are engaged in their respective roles of overseeing and auditing management by
maintaining an independent standpoint from the management team. The company has also
streamlined the Board of Directors, shortened the term of office, and introduced an Executive
Officer System. MHI has sought through these measures to reinforce the oversight functions
of the Board of Directors and to clarify the roles and responsibilities of the directors who
make decisions on key management issues and oversee the overall management of the
company as well as the roles and responsibilities of the executive officers who execute
business.
MHI has also established an Executive Committee to serve as a forum for discussing
important matters related to business execution. This allows for a more cohesive approach in
terms of discussions as part of the operational execution framework centered on the
President, and consequently leads to more effective management decisions and business
execution.
In accordance with the auditing policy and auditing plan determined by the Board of Statutory
Auditors, statutory auditors attend key meetings, such those held by the Board of Directors,
the Executi ve Commi ttee, and Busi ness Pl an Meeti ngs, to study and moni tor the
management operation status. They also examine legal and regulatory compliance, and
monitor the development and operation of internal control systems, including those related to
financial reporting. These auditing operations enable them to ascertain whether the directors
are executing their duties in compliance with laws and Articles of Incorporation, and whether
company affairs are being appropriately executed.
Statutory auditors also periodically exchange information and opinions with the Management
Audit Department and accounting auditors, and collaborate closely with them in other ways,
including receiving audit results and attending accounting audits. The Statutory Auditors’
Office has been set up with its own dedicated staff to support the implementation of auditing
tasks and facilitate the work carried out by statutory auditors.
● Ensuring reliability of financial reporting by assessing the status and operation of
the internal control system
In May 2006, the Board of Directors approved a basic policy for internal control systems.
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Under this policy, the company has been steadily promoting thorough compliance, reinforcing
risk management, and improving the effectiveness of internal audits.
Under the Japanese Financial Instruments and Exchange Law, an internal control reporting
system, sometimes referred to as J-SOX, came into effect in April 2008.
Prior to this, the Board of Directors revised the basic policy in March 2008 to articulate its
response. In April 2008 MHI set up a group inside the Internal Audit Department (the current
Management Audit Department) to be responsible for all J-SOX-related operations inside the
MHI Group, concurrently setting up similar groups or departments throughout all of our
manufacturing works.
In fiscal 2010, as in earlier years, the Internal Audit Department (the current Management
Audit Department) and the internal audit divisions of our manufacturing works exercised the
initiative in assessing the status and operation of the internal control system and concluded
that the MHI Group’s internal controls related to financial reporting were functioning
effectively.
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Compliance
We have promoted the business activities MHI fairly and faithfully in order to “base our
activities on honesty, harmony, and a clear distinction between public and private life.” As a
more specific activity guideline, we established the MHI Compliance Guideline in 2001.
■ Business activities
We will conduct sensible company activities in compliance with laws and in an appropriate
manner, and contribute to society by providing safe, high-quality products and services.
1. We will endeavor to provide safe, high-quality products and services.
2. In conducting business activities, we will pursue fair and free intercorporate competition in
compliance with the Antimonopoly Act, the Act against Delays in the Payment of
Subcontract Proceeds, etc. to Subcontractors, the Construction Business Act, and other
relevant regulations.
3. Regarding gift-giving and entertainment with civil officers and suppliers, we will not violate
laws or deviate from socially accepted practices.
4. We will implement appropriate accounting and tax accounting in accordance with relevant
laws, accounting standards, and internal regulations.
5. In relation to overseas business, we will follow laws related to import and export and local
laws.
■ Relationship between the company and society
We will try to preserve the environment and live in harmony with society as a good corporate
citizen.
1. We will follow environment-related laws and try to preserve the environment.
2. We will disclose information related to management in an appropriate and timely manner.
3. We will not make political donations exceeding the amounts stipulated in our internal
regulations.
4. We will respond firmly to antisocial forces.
■ Relationship between the company and employees
The company will secure a safe, healthy work environment, and company members will
make clear distinctions between public and private, comply with laws and internal rules, and
execute their duties faithfully.
1. The company will follow labor-related laws and try to secure a safe, healthy work environment.
2. Company members will follow internal regulations such as labor regulations.
3. Company members will not engage in discriminative behavior or sexual harassment.
4. Company members will handle company secrets appropriately, and will not disclose them
without prior consent.
5. Company members will not conduct unfair transactions in stock (insider trading).
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3. Environmental Report
MHI has contributed to society through the manufacture of products since its founding.
Broadly speaking, the company now focuses on the environment with two overriding goals:
first, to decrease the burdens on the environment imposed by manufacturing activities;
second, to develop technology useful for solving the problems of the environment and
energy. In 1996 we established the Environment Committee to further contribute to society
and the harmonious coexistence of people and the natural environment. The environmental
management system is constructed in accordance with the Basic Policy on Environmental
Matters and the seven Guidelines established by the company.
Basic Policy and Guidelines on Environmental Matters
■ MHI has established the following basic policy on environmental matters to enable
the development of a sustainable society.
As clearly laid out in provision 1 of its creed – “We strongly believe that the customer comes
first and that we are obligated to be an innovative partner to society.” – MHI believes its
primary purpose is to contribute to society through its R&D, manufacturing and other
business activities. Accordingly, in the performance of its business activities the company
shall embrace the awareness that it is an integral member of society and, in all aspects of its
business activities, it will strive to reduce burden on the environment and shall devote its
comprehensive technological capabilities to the development of technologies and products
that will protect the environment, as its way of contributing to the development of a
sustainable society.
■ To achieve its basic policy on the environment, MHI has set the following seven
guidelines.
1. Accord high priority to environmental protection within company operations, and take steps
company-wide to protect and enhance the environment.
2. Clarify roles and responsibilities regarding environmental protection by developing an
organized structure to deal with environmental protection matters, defining environment-
related procedures, etc.
3. Strive to alleviate burden on the environment in all aspects of company business activities
– from product R&D and design to procurement of raw materials, manufacture, transport,
usage, servicing and disposal – through pollution prevention, conservation of resources,
energy saving, waste reduction, reuse and recycling.
4. Strive to develop and provide advanced, highly reliable, wholly proprietary technologies
and products that will contribute to solving environmental and energy problems.
5. Strive continuously to improve and enhance environmental protection activities not only by
fully complying with environmental laws and regulations but also, when necessary, by
establ i shi ng, i mpl ementi ng and eval uati ng i ndependent standards and setti ng
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environmental goals and targets.
6. In the performance of business activities overseas and exportation of products, pay full
heed to impact on the local natural and social environments and strive to protect those
environments; also, become actively involved in technological cooperation overseas in
matters of environmental protection.
7. Take steps to raise environmental awareness among all employees through environmental
education, etc., undertake activities to provide environment-related information to the
public, and proactively make environment-enhancing contributions to society.
■ Environmental Management Structure
The Environment Committee was established in 1996 to clarify the company’s initiatives in
protecting the environment. Each year the committee plans and proposes environmental
measures to be carried out throughout the company and sets the direction for the term. MHI
also promotes and follows up on the environmental protection plans prepared annually by the
respective works.
Two entities have been established in-house to undertake activities to resolve environmental
issues. The Environment Liaison Conference functions to implement, on a company-wide
basis, decisions rendered by the Environment Committee. The Energy Conservation Liaison
Conference specializes in measures to save energy and reduce CO2 emissions. The works of
MHI have also set up their own environmental committees to implement company
environmental policies and undertake environmental management activities responsive to the
special features of every locality.
Environmental Management Structure
Director in charge of the environment
President
Executive Office
Company-wide Entities
Environmental committees at works
Works
Technology & Innovation Headquarters,
Technology Planning Department
Research & Development Centers
Energy conservation liaison conferences, etc.
at works
General Affairs Department Environmental
Management Section
Energy Conservation Liaison Conference
Environment Liaison Conference
General Affairs Department
Environmental Management Section
Executive Office
Committee Chairman: Director in
charge of the environment
Environment Committee
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4. Social Report
Contributions to Society
MHI undertakes many socially beneficial activities focused on local communities and the
development of future generations. As a company whose business operations encircle the
globe, MHI is committed to pursuing diverse social contribution activities in the future.
Live together with communities and contribute to their development.
Our basic policy is to live together with local communities of branch offices, overseas offices,
and Group companies in foreign countries, building strong relationships based on mutual
trust. With this in mind, we undertake various activities suitable for local cultures and
contribute to the local development and activation both in Japan and overseas.
Transfer “the heart of Japanese manufacturing” as well as “the arts of science and
technology” to the next generation.
MHI has developed and produced more than 700 kinds of products in its long history,
cultivating “the heart of Japanese manufacturing” and “the arts of science and technology”. To
pass its knowledge and skills onto succeeding generations, MHI has a tradition of organizing
educational activities such as science classes with experiments for children.
Fulfilling our Policy on Socially Beneficial Activities
Local contribution
Live together with
communities and contribute to
their development
Upbringing of
the next generation
Transfer “the heart of Japanese
manufacturing” as well as
“the arts of science and technology”
to the next generation
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ⅩⅢ. Mitsubishi Minatomirai
Industrial Museum
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ⅩⅢ. Mitsubishi Minatomirai
Industrial Museum
Mitsubishi Minatomirai Industrial Museum
■Name
Mitsubishi Minatomirai Industrial Museum
■Location
Mitsubishi Juko Yokohama Building, 3-3-1
Minatomirai, Nishi-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa
■Opening
June 1, 1994
■Outline
The Mitsubishi Minatomirai Industrial Museum was opened to promote public understanding of
the roles of technology in supporting and enriching lives and society. The interactive style of the
exhibitions at the museum makes it fun to learn about new technologies.
The museum also actively promotes the education of children and students. For example,
students from elementary, junior high and senior high schools, and universities can visit the
museum to participate in extra curricular activities free of charge (advanced reservations are
required). The biggest mission for the museum over the long term is to enlighten the younger
generations who are to inherit tomorrow’s world, and provide a place where youth can
experience technology and further feed their dreams.
■Introduction
The museum is organized into six zones based on the following themes: “Aerospace”,
“Ocean”, “Transportation”, “Daily Life Discovery”, “Environment/Energy” and “Technology
Quest”. Visitors can improve their understanding of science and technology in all of these
areas, and enjoy the chance of experiencing the fun aspects of manufacturing directly at
the Trial Square.
■Transportation Information

For arrival by train,
Take the Minatomirai Line to Minatomirai Station. From the exit for Keyaki-dori Ave., it’s a
3-minute walk.
Take the JR Negishi Line or Yokohama Subway Line to Sakuragi-cho Station. From
there, it’s an 8-minute walk.

For arrival by car,
Please use the fee-of-charge parking area in the basement of the Mitsubishi Juko
Yokohama Building, in front of the exit of the Minatomirai Ramp of the Shuto Expressway
Yokohane Branch.
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Industrial Museum
■Open
10:00 a.m. -5:00 p.m.(admission until 4:30 p.m.)
■Closed
Every Monday (the following day if Monday is a national holiday); year-end and New Year;
and on specified closed days
■Admission fees
300 yen for adults admission; 200 yen for junior and senior high school students; 100 yen
for elementary school students. 100 yen discount per person for groups (10 persons or
more).
※Admission is free for visitors aged 65 or over, and visitors escorting disabled people.
(Please present an appropriate certificate or card.)
Fee admission will be free for elementary school, junior high school, high school, and
university field trip visits (prior booking required).
■For inquiries
Mitsubishi Minatomirai Industrial Museum
TEL. 045-200-7351 FAX. 045-200-9902
http://www.mhi.co.jp/en/museum/
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■Head Office
Mitsubishi Heavy
Industries Head office
Building
Yokohama Building
■Business Segments
SHIPBUILDING &
OCEAN
DEVELOPMENT


POWER SYSTEMS


NUCLEAR ENERGY
SYSTEMS


MACHINERY & STEEL
INFRASTRUCTURE
SYSTEMS

AEROSPACE
SYSTEMS

GENERAL
MACHINERY &
SPECIAL VEHICLES

Office, Works and Subsidiaries
2-16-5 Konan, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Phone: 81-3-6716-3111
Fax: 81-3-6716-5800
3-3-1 Minatomirai, Nishi-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa
(Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Head Office Building, Nagasaki
Shipyard & Machinery Works, Kobe Shipyard & Machinery
Works, Shimonoseki Shipyard & Machinery Works, Yokohama
Dockyard & Machinery Works)
Phone: 81-3-6716-3111
(Yokohama Building, Nagasaki Shipyard & Machinery Works,
Kobe Shipyard & Machinery Works, Shimonoseki Shipyard &
Machinery Works, Yokohama Dockyard & Machinery Works,
Takasago Machinery Works)
Phone: 81-3-6716-3111
(Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Head Office Building, Kobe
Shipyard & Machinery Works)
Phone: 81-3-6716-3111
(Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Head Office Building, Kobe
Shipyard & Machinery Works, Hiroshima Machinery Works,
Mihara Machinery Works, Iwatsuka Plant, Yokohama
Engineering Center) Phone: 81-3-6716-3111
Environmental & Chemical Plant Division
(Yokohama Engineering Center)
Transportation Systems & Advanced Technology Division
(Kobe Shipyard & Machinery Works, Mihara Machinery
Works)
Industrial Machinery Business, Technology & Solutions
Division (Hiroshima Machinery Works)
(Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Head Office Building, Nagasaki
Shipyard & Machinery Works, Kobe Shipyard & Machinery
Works, Shimonoseki Shipyard & Machinery Works, Nagoya
Aerospace Systems Works, Nagoya Guidance & Propulsion
Systems Works, Hiroshima Machinery Works)
Phone: 81-3-6716-3111
(Sagamihara Machinery Works, Iwatsuka Plant)
Phone: 81-42-761-1101
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AIR-CONDITIONING
& REFRIGERATION
SYSTEMS

MACHINE TOOL
■Works
Nagasaki Shipyard
& Machinery Works
Kobe Shipyard
& Machinery Works
Shimonoseki Shipyard
& Machinery Works

Yokohama
Dockyard &
Machinery Works
Takasago
Machinery Works
Nagoya Aerospace
Systems Works
Nagoya Guidance
& Propulsion
Systems Works
Hiroshima
Machinery
Works
Mihara
Machinery
Works
(Takasago Machinery Works, Nagoya Air-Conditioning &
Refrigeration Machinery Works)
Phone: 81-52-503-9200
(Ritto Machinery Works, Iwatsuka Plant)
Phone: 81-77-553-3300
1-1 Akunouramachi, Nagasaki-shi, Nagasaki
Phone: 81-95-828-4121
Fax: 81-95-828-4034
1-1-1 Wadasaki-cho, Hyogo-ku, Kobe-shi, Hyogo
Phone: 81-78-672-2220
Fax: 81-78-672-2245
6-16-1 Hikoshima Enoura-cho, Shimonoseki-shi, Yamaguchi
Phone: 81-83-266-5978
Fax: 81-83-266-8274
1-8-1 Sachiura, Kanazawa-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa
Phone: 81-45-775-1201
Fax: 81-45-775-1208
2-1-1 Shinhama, Arai-cho, Takasago-shi, Hyogo
Phone: 81-79-445-6125
Fax: 81-79-445-6900
10 Oye-cho, Minato-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi
Phone: 81-52-611-2121
Fax: 81-52-611-9360
1200 Oaza Higashitanaka, Komaki-shi, Aichi
Phone: 81-568-79-2113
Fax: 81-568-78-2552
4-6-22 Kan-on-shin-machi, Nishi-ku, Hiroshima-shi, Hiroshima
Phone: 81-82-291-2112
Fax: 81-82-294-0260
1-1-1 Itosakiminami, Mihara-shi, Hiroshima
Phone: 81-848-67-2065
Fax: 81-848-67-2816
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Sagamihara
Machinery
Works
Nagoya Air-Conditioning
& Refrigeration
Machinery Works
Ritto Machinery
Works

Iwatsuka Plant


Yokohama
Engineering
Center
■Domestic Office
Kansai Office
Chubu Office

Kyushu Office
Hokkaido Office
Chugoku Office
3000 Tana, Chuo-ku, Sagamihara-shi, Kanagawa
Phone: 81-42-761-1101
Fax: 81-42-763-0800
3-1 Asahi, Nishibiwajima-cho, kiyosu-shi, Aichi
Phone: 81-52-503-9200
Fax: 81-52-503-3533
130 Rokujizo, Ritto-shi, Shiga
Phone: 81-77-553-3300
Fax: 81-77-552-3745
1 Aza Takamichi, Iwatsuka-cho, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi
Phone: 81-52-412-1110
Fax: 81-52-412-1399
3-3-1 Minatomirai, Nishi-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa
Phone: 81-45-200-9267
Fax: 81-45-200-9932
1-3-20 Tosabori, Nishi-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka
Phone: 81-6-6446-4000
Fax: 81-6-6446-4006
Sakae Sun City Bldg. 14F, 4-1-8 Sakae, Naka-ku,
Nagoya-shi, Aichi
Phone: 81-52-265-1311
Fax: 81-52-265-1440
Fukuoka Center Bldg. 7F, 2-2-1 Hakataekimae, Hakata-ku,
Fukuoka-shi, Fukuoka
Phone: 81-92-441-3741
Fax: 81-92-451-1896
Hokkaido Bldg. 7F, 4-1 Nishi, Kita2-jo, Chuo-ku, Sapporo-shi,
Hokkaido
Phone: 81-11-261-1541
Fax: 81-11-221-3563
Ryoko Center Bldg. 6F, 1-20-24 Kan-on-shin-machi, Nishi-ku,
Hiroshima-shi, Hiroshima
Phone: 81-82-531-4100
Fax: 81-82-531-4101
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Tohoku Office
Hokuriku Office
Shikoku Office
■Research & Development Centers
Advanced Technology
Research Center
Nagasaki Research
& Development Center
Takasago Research
& Development Center
Hiroshima Research
& Development Center
Yokohama Research
& Development Center
Nagoya Research
& Development Center
■Overseas Offices
Jakarta Liaison Office
Toryo Bldg. 8F, 1-8-1 Ichiban-cho, Aoba-ku, Sendai-shi, Miyagi
Phone: 81-22-264-1811
Fax: 81-22-261-3561
Urban Place Bldg. 8F, 18-7 Ushijima-cho, Toyama-shi, Toyama
Phone: 81-76-432-8089
Fax: 81-76-432-8087
No.2 Daiya Bldg. 8F, 2-2-15 Kankodori, Takamatsu-shi,
Kagawa
Phone: 81-87-834-5706
Fax: 81-87-835-0424
1-8-1 Sachiura, Kanazawa-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa
Phone: 81-45-775-0782
Fax: 81-45-771-1505
5-717-1 Fukahorimachi, Nagasaki-shi, Nagasaki
Phone: 81-95-834-2050
Fax: 81-95-834-2055
2-1-1 Shinhama, Arai-cho, Takasago-shi, Hyogo
Phone: 81-79-445-6700
Fax: 81-79-445-6926
4-6-22 Kan-on-shin-machi, Nishi-ku, Hiroshima-shi, Hiroshima
Phone: 81-82-294-9821
Fax: 81-82-294-8944
1-8-1 Sachiura, Kanazawa-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa
Phone: 81-45-775-0782
Fax: 81-45-771-1505
1 Aza Takamichi, Iwatsuka-cho, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi
Phone: 81-52-412-0199
Fax: 81-52-412-5707
12th Floor, Sentral Senayan Ⅱ JI. Asia Africa No.8,
Gelora Bung Karno, Senayan Jakarta 10270, Indonesia
Phone: 62-21-5797-4430
Telefax: 62-21-5797-4435
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Taipei Liaison Office
■Representatives
Moscow Representative

Istanbul Representative
Ho Chi Minh City
Representative
Hanoi
Representative

Middle East Office

Kyiv Representative
Johannesburg Branch
Abu Dhabi Office
8F-1, Worldwide House131, Min Sheng E. Rd., Sec. 3,
Taipei 105, Taiwan
Phone: 886-2-8712-3330
Telefax: 886-2-8712-3332
Office 1302 (13F), Entrance No.3,
12 Krasnopresnenskaya nab.,
World Trade Center, Moscow, 123610, Russia
Phone: 7-495-258-1471
Telefax: 7-495-258-1468
Levent Harman Sok., Harmanci Giz Plaza KaT:18 D:36,
Sisli 80640 lstanbul, Turkey
Phone: 90-212-279-2535
Telefax: 90-212-279-2603
#410, 4th Floor, Sun Wah Tower, 115 Nguyen Hue Boulevard,
District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Socialist Republic of Vietnam
Phone: 848-3824-3279
Telefax: 848-3824-2874
R907-908, 9th Floor, Pacific Place, 83B Ly Thuong Kiet Str.,
Hanoi, Socialist Republic of Vietnam
Phone: 844-3933-3941
Telefax: 844-3933-3947
Dubai Airport Free Zone, Phasa 6 EA, Office 519
P.O.Box 293626, Dubai, U.A.E.
Phone: 971-4-2993329
Telefax: 971-4-2993320
Leonardo Business Center 17/52-A,
B. Khmelnytskogo Street, Kyiv 01030, Ukraine
Phone: 380-44-593-9483
Telefax: 380-44-593-9482
Building 2, Commerce Square, 39 Rivonia Road (Corner Helling)
Sandhurst, Sandton, Johannesburg,
South Africa P.O.Box 890546 Lyndhurst 2106
Phone: 27-11-268-2117
Telefax: 27-11-268-2118
P.O.Box 135064 Office No.302, 3rd Floor, Injazat Building,
Mohamed Bin Zayed City, Abu Dhabi, U.A.E.
Phone: 971-2-5592191
Telefax: 971-2-5592327
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■Overseas Subsidiary Companies and Joint Ventures
The most up-to-date information on Group company addresses are available online. Please
check the below webpages.
http://www.mhi.co.jp/en/company/net/
North America
MHI Canada Aerospace, Inc. (MHICA)
Advanced Energy America, LLC
ADVATECH, LLC
Cormetech, Inc. (CORMETECH)
Crystal Mover Services, Inc. (CMS)
FMS Equipment Rental Inc. (FMS)
Intercontinental Jet Service Co.
MHCG, Inc. (New Gencoat, Inc.)(MHCG)
Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation America, Inc. (MJETA)
Mitsubishi Caterpillar Forklift America Inc. (MCFA)
Mitsubishi Engine North America, Inc. (MENA)
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries America, Inc (MHIA)
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Climate Control Inc. (MCC)
Mitsubishi-Hitachi Metals Machinery USA, Inc. (MHU)
Mitsubishi Nuclear Energy Systems, Inc. (MNES)
Mitsubishi Power Systems Americas, Inc. (MPSA)
MLP U.S.A., Inc. (MLP-A)
Rapidparts Inc. (Rapidparts-A)
Southern California Material Handling Inc. (SCMH)
VienTek, LLC (VIENTEK)
Central and South America
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries de Mexico S.A. de C.V. (MHIMEX)
MHI Business Solution de Mexico, S.A. de C.V. (MHI-BSM)
CBC Industrias Pesadas S.A. (CBC)
Mitsubishi Industrias Pesadas do Brasil Ltda. (MHIB)
MHI Sul Americana Distribuidora de Motores Ltda. (MSA)
Europe
Artemis Intelligent Power, Ltd.(Artemis)
Maintenance Partners. Nv (MP)
Kaliakra Wind Power (KWP)
Rocla Oy (Rocla)
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ATMEA S.A.S.
COMIA S.A.S.
MHI Engineering Vienna GmbH(MHIEV)
MHI Equipment Alsace S.A.S. (MEA)
ATLA S.r.l.
Diamond GT Service Europe S.r.l. (DGTSE)
Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation Europe B.V. (MJETE)
Mitsubishi Caterpillar Forklift Europe B.V. (MCFE)
MHI Equipment Europe B.V. (MEE)
MHI International Investment B.V. (MII)
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Europe, Ltd. (MHIE)
Mitsubishi Power Systems Europe, Ltd. (MPSE)
The Middle East
MCO Saudi Arabia,LLC. (MCOSA)
MHI Engine System Middle East (FZE) (MHIES-ME)
Asia
Beijing Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Beiren Printing Machinery Co., Ltd.
Changzhou Baoling Heavy & Industrial Machinery Co., Ltd.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (Changshu) Machinery Co.,Ltd. (MHICM)
MCF Forklift (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. (MCFC)
MHI Automotive Climate Control (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. (MACC)
MHI Engine System Hong Kong Ltd. (MHIES-H)
MHI Engine System (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd. (MHIES-SZ)
MHI Machine Tool Ltd. (MMH)
MHI Shenyang Pump Engineering Co., Ltd. (MSPE)
MHI Turbo Engineering Co. (Shanghai) (MTEC)
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air-conditioners (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. (MHIAS)
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries BFG Gas Turbine Service (Nanjing) Co., Ltd.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (China) Co., Ltd. (MHIC)
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Dongfang Gas Turbine (Guangzhou) Co., Ltd. (MHI-DGT)
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Forklift (Dalian) Co., Ltd. (MFD)
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries-Haier (Qingdao) Air-Conditioners Co., Ltd. (MHAQ)
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, (Hong Kong) Ltd. (MHIH)
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries-Jinling Air-Conditioners Company, Ltd. (MJA)
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. (MHISH)
Mitsubishi-Hitachi Metals Machinery (Shanghai), Inc. (MHS)
NanJing TianLing Energy Technology Co., Ltd. (TET)
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ⅩⅣ. Address List
Shanghai MHI Turbocharger Co., Ltd. (SMTC)
L&T MHI Boilers Private Limited (LMBP)
L&T-MHI Turbine Generators Private Limited (LMTP)
MHI-VST Diesel Engines Pvt. Ltd. (MVDE)
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries India Precision Tools, Ltd. (MHI-IPT)
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries India Private Ltd. (MHII)
Mitsubishi-Hitachi Metals Machinery South Asia Private Ltd. (MHSA)
PT. MHI Engine System Indonesia (MHIES-I)
P.T. Power Systems Service Indonesia (P.T. POSSI)
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Korea, Ltd. (MHIK)
MHI Engine System Philippines, Incorprated (MHIES-P)
MHI Technical Services Corp. (MTS)
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Philippines, Inc. (MHIP)
TES Philippines, Inc. (TESP)
Saudi Factory for Electrical Appliances Co., Ltd. (SELECT)
MHI Engine System Asia Pte. Ltd. (MHIES-A)
MHI Industrial Engineering & Services Private Ltd. (MIES)
Mitsubishi Caterpillar Forklift Asia Pte Ltd. (MCFS)
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Singapore Private Ltd. (MHISP)
Mitsubishi Power Systems (Asia Pacific) Pte. Ltd. (MPS-AP)
MHI-Pornchai Machinery Co., Ltd. (MPM)
MHI Power Systems Project (Thailand) Co., Ltd. (MPS-PTC)
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries-Mahajak Air Conditioners Co., Ltd. (MACO)
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (Thailand) Ltd. (MHIT)
Mitsubishi Power Systems (Thailand) Ltd. (MPS-T)
Mitsubishi Turbocharger Asia Co., Ltd. (MTA)
NICHIDAI (THAILAND) LTD. (NDT)
Thai Compressor Manufacturing Co., Ltd. (THACOM)
MHI Aerospace Vietnam Co., Ltd. (MHIVA)
MHI Engine System Vietnam Co., Ltd. (MHIES-V)
Oceania
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air-Conditioners Australia, Pty. Ltd. (MHIAA)
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Australia, Pty. Ltd. (MHIAU)
Africa
MHI Equipment and Services Africa S.A. (MESA)
MHI Power Systems Egypt LLC (MPS-EG)
Note: Major overseas affiliate companies are listed.
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ⅩⅤ. PR materials
151
ⅩⅤ. PR materials
PR materials
(As of Jul. 1. 2011)
Name
Introduction of Company
Contents Languages Department in chage
Overall introduction to Company's
organization, Technologies, and Products
・Japanese
・English
・Chinese
Corporate
Communication Dept.
Company Profile
・Japanese
・English
・Chinese
・Japanese
・English
・Other languages
・Japanese
・English
・Japanese
Corporate
Communication Dept.
Technology Planning
Dept.
Technical Planning
Dept.
Corporate
promotion video
Guide to Research and
Devlopment Centers
Promotion video of Works,
Divisions, and Research
and Development Centers
Guide to Mitsubishi Heavy
Industries group companies
Guide to Works
Technical Review
Overall introduction to Company's
organization, Technologies, and Products
Outline of each Works, Divisions, and
Research and Development Centers
Detailed introduction to company's technologies
in each field, aimed at technical specialists.
Outline of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
group companies in Japan
Outline of each Research and
Devlopment Centers
・Japanese
・English
Japanese &
English
Each Works
and Corporate
Communication Dept.
Each Works,Divisions, and
Research and
Development Centers
Global Strategic
Planning & Operations
Headquarters
Outline of each Works
Guide to Business
Segments and Divisions
・Japanese
・English
Each Business Segments
and Divisions and Corporate
Communication Dept.
Outline of each Business Segments and
Divisions
Business Report
Business report in English, based on
consolidated accounts
・English
Corporate
Communication Dept.
Annual Report
・Japanese
・English
・Japanese
・English
Corporate Social
Responsibility Dept.
CSR Report
(Social and
Environmental
Report)
Report on company's approach and activities
regarding Corporate Social Responsibility and
environmental protection
Company PR
PR journal of company's products
and technology.lssued 4 times a year
・English
Corporate
Communication Dept.
Corporate
Communication Dept.
Mitsubishi Heavy
Industries graph
・Japanese
・English
Mitsubishi Minatomirai
Industrial Museum
Guide to
Mitsubishi Minatomirai
Industrial Museum
Introduction to exhibition facility of Mitsubishi
Minatomirai Industrial Museum
Japanese &
English
Introduction of Mitsubishi Group
Introduction to the overview of
Mitsubishi group and companies
Corporate
Communication Dept.
Corporate
Communication Dept.
Mitsubishi Profile
Japanese &
English
Introduction to exhibition facility
of M's Square
Corporate
Communication Dept.
Guide to M's Square
Mitsubishi Monitor
Bimonthly English journal for employees
of the Mitsubishi companies working overseas
( )
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