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€4.84
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€4.94
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52 Week High
09/25/14 - €5.18
52 Week Low
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Market Cap
16.3B
Average Volume 10 Days
635.2
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Shares Outstanding
3.4B
EX-Date
03/27/15
P/E TM
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Dividend
€9.76
Dividend Yield
1.34%
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Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. engineers, manufactures, and sells heavy machinery worldwide. It operates in four segments: Machinery, Equipment & Infrastructure; Energy & Environment; Integrated Defense & Space Systems; and Commercial Aviation & Transportation Systems. The Machinery, Equipment & Infrastructure segment offers products that form the foundation of industrial development, such as machine tools, material handling, construction machinery, and air-conditioning and refrigeration systems. This segment primarily provides compressors, metals machinery, environmental systems, mechatronics systems, industry and precision instruments, advanced mechanical systems, hydraulics and machinery, other equipment, turbochargers, automotive thermal systems, engines, material handling equipment, and agricultural machinery. The Energy & Environment segment offers optimal solutions in the energy-related fields of thermal power, nuclear power, and renewable energy; water and flue gas treatment; marine machinery and engines; power systems; and chemical plants and other industrial infrastructure elements. The Integrated Defense & Space Systems segment provides integrated land, sea, air, and space defense systems, including warships, naval ships, defense aircraft, launch vehicles, missile systems, defense aero engines and control equipment, maritime systems, space systems, and rockets and special vehicles, as well as space related services. The Commercial Aviation & Transportation Systems segment delivers advanced land, sea, and air transportation systems, including civilian aircraft, commercial ships, commercial aero engines, and transit networks, as well as shipbuilding and ocean development services. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. was founded in 1884 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.

80,583 Employees
Last Reported Date: 06/26/14
Founded in 1884

mitsubishi heavy industries (MIH) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer, President and Repres...
Total Annual Compensation: ¥135.0M
Senior Executive Vice President, Representati...
Total Annual Compensation: ¥92.0M
Senior Corporate Advisor
Total Annual Compensation: ¥125.0M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

mitsubishi heavy industries (MIH) Key Developments

Mitsubishi Heavy-Led Group Wins Qatar Subway Order

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. has received an order for a subway system in Qatar. The value of the order from Qatar's state-run railway company is put at some ¥400 billion. Under the turnkey deal, the consortium, which also includes major Japanese trader Mitsubishi Corp. and Japanese electronics maker Hitachi Ltd., will provide 225 train cars, signal systems, communications equipment and maintenance services. The project is for three subway lines with a total length of 86 kilometers in Doha, the capital of Qatar. Automated trains will be employed on the lines, which are scheduled to be opened gradually from October 2018. Qatar aims to improve infrastructure ahead of the 2020 World Cup soccer finals in the Middle East country. Mitsubishi Heavy will head the project, while Mitsubishi and Japanese railcar maker Kinki Sharyo Co. will be in charge of supplying train cars. France's Thales Group will be responsible for the signal systems, while Hitachi will mainly handle train maintenance.

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. to Launch Three New Series of Residential Air-Conditioners in Japan

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. announced that it will launch three new series of air-conditioners for residential use, 17 models in all, into the Japanese market, in early March 2015. The top-of-the-line SS Series will consist of 6 models featuring an outstanding annual performance factor (APF), showing annual energy consumption efficiency; the functionally advanced RS Series will include 5 msodels featuring automatic filter cleaning; and the standard TS Series will incorporate 6 models. No list prices are to be set by the manufacturer. All models in all three series will be equipped with MHI's powerful 'JET' and 'WARP' operating modes. The new TS Series models have been engineered with a special focus on environmental performance. They feature a new refrigerant, R32, with a global warming potential (GWP) approximately one-third that of R410A. The SS Series models come with a motion sensor function that detects the level of ambient human movement and automatically controls the room temperature accordingly. When the sensor detects that no one is present, the unit reduces the capacity to prevent unnecessary cooling or heating; and when no one is in the room for a lengthy period, the operation will be stopped automatically. When someone reenters the room, the unit then starts the operation again. In these ways the SS Series models significantly help to save energy. The SS Series air conditioners can also be used in tandem with the 4 models in the SHK Series of hybrid evaporative warm-mist humidifiers marketed by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air-Conditioning & Thermal Systems Corporation, an MHI group company. The humidifier starts or stops operating automatically in accordance with signals it receives from the air conditioner, based on information detected by the air conditioner's humidity sensor.

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. to Launch 17 Room Air-Conditioner Models in Three New Series

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. will progressively launch three new series of air-conditioners for residential use, 17 models in all, into the Japanese market. The top-of-the-line SS Series will consist of 6 models featuring an outstanding annual performance factor (APF), showing annual energy consumption efficiency; the functionally advanced RS Series will include 5 models featuring automatic filter cleaning; and the standard TS Series will incorporate 6 models. All models in all three series will be equipped with MHI's powerful "JET" and "WARP" operating modes. JET delivers an especially large airflow, while WARP enables rapid cooling or heating. An "Automatic Airflow" function is also provided, that automatically controls the airflow volume and direction to achieve a uniform temperature throughout a room. Together these functions ensure maximum comfort in all home settings. The new TS Series models have been engineered with a special focus on environmental performance. They feature a new refrigerant, R32, with a global warming potential (GWP) approximately one-third that of R410A. The SS Series models come with a motion sensor function that detects the level of ambient human movement and automatically controls the room temperature accordingly. When the sensor detects that no one is present, the unit reduces the capacity to prevent unnecessary cooling or heating; and when no one is in the room for a lengthy period, the operation will be stopped automatically. When someone reenters the room, the unit then starts the operation again. In these ways the SS Series models significantly help to save energy. The SS Series air conditioners can also be used in tandem with the 4 models in the SHK Series of hybrid evaporative warm-mist humidifiers marketed by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air-Conditioning & Thermal Systems Corporation, an MHI group company. The humidifier starts or stops operating automatically in accordance with signals it receives from the air conditioner, based on information detected by the air conditioner's humidity sensor. With its lineup of 17 models in three new series, MHI will be ideally positioned to respond to a wide range of user's air-conditioning needs.

 

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