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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 Industries and Toho Gas Jointly Develop New 450kW Gas Cogeneration System Offering

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. and Toho Gas Co. Ltd. have jointly developed a new 450-kilowatt (kW) gas cogeneration system. The new product will be launched into the Japanese market by both companies on April 1, 2015. The newly developed gas cogeneration system, which is based on a previously introduced 380kW system, achieves an outstanding power output of 450kW, made possible primarily through optimization of combustion and the adoption of components enabling superior efficiency. MHI and Toho Gas intend to propose the new 450kW gas cogeneration system for adoption in hospitals, commercial facilities, office buildings, factories, etc. as a way of promoting the further adoption of these efficient systems, while simultaneously making positive contributions to saving energy and easing burdens on the environment. Main features: The newly developed 450kW gas engine achieves near 20% higher output and the higher level of generating efficiency in its class: 42.0% - made possible largely through optimized combustion and the adoption of a water-cooled turbocharger and high-efficiency generator. In addition the intercooler, which cools the fuel-air mixture and raises air density, has been upgraded from the earlier one-stage type to a two-stage configuration. By recovering heat from the first stage, the two-stage intercooler has increased overall efficiency to 81.5%. Faster return on investment than earlier systems: By simultaneously achieving higher efficiency, increased output and low level of emissions of nitrogen oxides (NOx)(2) that enables elimination of denitrification equipment, the new gas cogeneration system reduces initial costs and increases running cost merits. As a result, the customer stands to benefit from a quicker return on system investment. 20% reduction in installation space requirements.

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Completes Ground Demonstration Testing of Wireless Power Transmission

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries has completed ground demonstration testing of wireless power transmission, by making space-based solar power a reality. The new technology, currently under development, will be used as the core technology of the space solar power systems (SSPS), which will generate power on a geostationary satellite at 36,000 kms above the earth using solar cell panels. The power generated by SSPS will be transmitted to earth by microwave/laser, without using cables and it will be converted to electrical energy. As part of the testing, 10KW of power was sent from a transmitting unit by microwave into a receiver unit located on the earth at a distance of 500m away by the illumination of LED lights, using part of power transmitted. The testing also confirmed the performance of the advanced control system technology used to regulate the direction of the microwave beam so that it does not veer from the targeted receiver unit. MHI conducted the ground demonstration testing, under an agreement with Japan Space Systems, the incorporated foundation that has been consigned by the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry to carry out the 2012 Solar Power Wireless Transmission Technology Development Project.

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. Wins Order from Astomos Energy for LPG Carrier

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. announced that it has won an order from Astomos Energy Corporation for a liquefied petroleum gas, or LPG, carrier. The LPG carrier on order is the fourth sister ship identical to vessel first ordered to the company by Astomos Energy in 2013. The carrier will provide higher level of energy-saving performance, flexibility to accommodate major LPG terminals around the globe, and specifications suited to passage through the newly expanding Panama Canal. Completion and delivery of the ship is scheduled for the first half of 2017. The newly ordered LPG carrier will measure 230.0 meters (m) in length overall (LOA), 36.6m in width and 11.1m in draft, with gross tonnage of 48,300 tons (t) and deadweight tonnage of 51,100t. It will have capacity to carry up to 83,000 cubic meters (m3) of LPG. The adoption of the company's unique hull design and other features will provide the carrier with superlative fuel efficiency and outstanding adaptability to the diverse connecting conditions of the world's LPG terminals. The ship will also be equipped with the industry's most advanced systems, including mooring arrangement, to enable passage through the newly expanding Panama Canal, which is expected to become operable early in 2016. Construction, as with the three previously ordered vessels, will be carried out at the company's Nagasaki Shipyard & Machinery Works. Astomos Energy targets in its new medium-term business plan beginning fiscal year 2015 to expand its LPG transport structure and increase gross LPG handling volume from the current 10 million tons per year (mtpy) to more than 12mtpy by 2017. The order newly placed to MHI is an integral part of that initiative. The new carrier, when completed, will replace a vessel owned by Astomos Energy, which was built in the first half of the 1990s. With the emergence of the "shale gas revolution" in the US, demand for LPG produced in North America is projected to increase in the medium- and long-term in markets worldwide, including East Asia. In tandem with this expansionary trend, coupled with the enlargement of the Panama Canal, newly constructed ships must offer increased carrying capacities and be able to transport over longer distances. They must also perform to tightening environmental restrictions imposed on such ship navigations. The LPG carrier ordered from the company by Astomos Energy will satisfy these various requirements and simultaneously meet the needs of the company's plan to build the world's most advanced LPG carrier fleet.


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