Mitsubishi Corporation Machinery, Inc. is a professional trading company in the field of machinery and components that was established in 1982 as a wholly owned subsidiary of Mitsubishi Corporation’s Machinery Group. The company started out with a staff of 17 people and a turnover of 3 billion yen.
Having achieved ongoing growth over the quarter century since then, the company’s business now encompasses the supply and refurbishment of industrial machinery for power station, chemical, steel, and other plants; the export of mechanical components for railway vehicle and marine machinery and the import of defence systems.
|Name||Mitsubishi Corporation Machinery, Inc.|
|Established||September 16, 1982|
|Capital||300 million yen (wholly owned by Mitsubishi Corporation)|
|President & CEO||Shimon Tokuyama|
|No. of employees||439|
|Average employee age||35 (approx.)|
|Business activities||Export, import, and domestic trading of machinery and components|
|Address||4F Marunouchi 2-Chome Building, 5-1, Marunouchi 2-Chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0005
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|Contact||TEL : 03-6865-7800 (reception)
FAX : 03-6865-7801
|Yokohama Branch||8F Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Yokohama Building, 3-1, Minatomirai, 3-Chome, Nishi-ku, Yokohama 220-0012|
|Nagoya Branch||Dai Nagoya Building 17th FL, 28-12, Meieki, 3-Chome, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya 450-8680|
|September 1982||M. C. Machinery Inc. established as a wholly owned subsidiary of Mitsubishi Corporation (headquartered at Mitsubishi Corporation).
Commenced operation as a trading company dealing primarily with the supply of after-sales services and the export of spare parts for the maintenance of the numerous power station, chemical, steel, and other plants exported by the machinery division of Mitsubishi Corporation.
|April 1985||Commenced import of aircraft parts and related products from USA at Nagoya.|
|January 1986||Relocated headquarters to Yaesu, Chuo-ku, Tokyo.|
|May 1994||Relocated headquarters to Tennõzu, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo to accommodate increase in staff numbers.|
|June 1995||Commenced plant project execution Electrical Systems Division.|
|May 1996||Commenced domestic transactions for machinery for steel industry plants.|
|October 1996||Established Nagoya Branch to handle increased volume of aircraft parts imports.|
|February 1999||Commenced exports of rolling stock and electrical and mechanical machinery for railways.|
|April 2003||Relocated headquarters to Konan, Minato-ku, Tokyo to facilitate closer collaboration with Mitsubishi Corporation.|
|June 2005||Commenced plant project execution work at Machinery Plant Division.|
|July 2005||Commenced delivery and logistical support for defence systems.|
|August 2006||Renamed Mitsubishi Corporation Machinery, Inc.|
|July 2008||Received contract to handle plant project accounting for export of power station.|
|May 2009||Relocated headquarters to Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo.|
|October 2013||Merged with M. C. Trading Kabushiki Kaisha (wholly owned by Mitsubishi Corporation) and commenced export and import of marine machinery.|
|May 2016||Established Yokohama Branch to handle increased volume of Power & Electrical Systems.|