INTRODUCTION(部門紹介)

Introduction

Power & Electrical Systems Division 1&2
Mitsubishi Corporation Machinery is a group of experts in charge of Mitsubishi Corporation's infrastructure EPC* business. Within that group, Power & Electrical Systems Divisions 1 & 2 are the team that handles power and electrical systems, proposing new power and electrical facility projects and providing after-sales services to help ensure a stable supply of power in countries around the world. Mitsubishi Corporation Machinery partners with Mitsubishi Corporation to provide total solutions with high added value that clients can only receive from us as a trading house. To arrange these total solutions, the divisions quickly and accurately identify the diverse needs of our clients around the world, plan and design projects tailored to those needs, market those projects to clients, coordinate the financing required for projects, collaborate with the best partners for making bids, negotiate EPC contracts and take orders, execute contracts, provide after-sales services after equipment commences operations, and rehabilitate aging power generation facilities.
The power and electrical systems the divisions deal with are varied, including coal, oil and gas-fired thermal power generation, renewable energies such as geothermal, hydro and wind, transmission and substation facilities, as well as power storage equipment.
As the divisions handle projects around the world due to operations in Asia, the Middle East, Central Asia, Europe, Africa, and Central and South America, they take full advantage of Mitsubishi Corporation's resources and knowledge, including its network of business locations outside Japan and track record in the power and electrical systems business. Meanwhile, the divisions work with company personnel posted overseas to discover useful business intelligence and clients’ needs. These capabilities have enabled the rollout of an agile business. Moving forward, the divisions aspire to provide more competitive systems and services while continuing diversify and optimize our supply sources and partners and preserve quality.
(*)EPC = Engineering, Procurement and Construction
Transportation Systems Division
Transportation Systems Division is actively being involved in transportation infrastructure business, a sector which impacts directly on people’s daily lives, having a potential growth and a high contribution to the society. The exports of transportation systems having Japanese high-technology will not only help emerging nations establish their infrastructure, but it also alleviates the traffic congestion that threatens economic growth and plays a role in resolving a global-scale problem by creating a low-carbon society. In addition to exports from Japan, our work also boosts regional development such as employment creation and others, by assembling and providing maintenance services locally.

Examples of projects, of which we have been undertaking contract execution and/or after-services in recent years includes:
[1] Cairo Metro in Egypt, a public work well valued and being so called "The fourth pyramid".
[2] Delhi Metro in India, a world-first railway project being registered with CDM*, by its introduction of Japanese energy-saving technology.
[3] Dubai Metro, a turnkey contract for the world’s longest driverless railway service. The scope of the project is from design and construction to commencing operation.
[4] Electric towing locomotives used to assist vessels passing through the Panama Canal.
Wide range of functions such as targeting projects, conducting feasibility studies, arranging finance, and setting-up consortiums, are required as a trading company for transportation business. Furthermore, roles as a railway project developer with contractual responsibilities, such as track design/tracking works, supply of rolling stocks, signals and communication systems, traffic management, and serving maintenance are being required in nowadays. We, Transportation Systems Division, support these activities by striving to acquire diverse demands and provide best solutions to each customer.

* CDM: Clean Development Mechanism
Infrastructure & Industrial Projects Division
The Infrastructure & Industrial Projects Division consists of the Project Department 1, 2, and 3. The Project Department 1&2 operate a plant business for steel, non-steel, energy, oil & gas, and petrochemical sectors as well as sales of the related equipment, working in collaboration with both domestic and international EPC contractors and equipment suppliers. In addition, we are moving forward with EPC business for social-infrastructures as well.
The activities of Project Department 3 ranges from contracting of sales of compressors for petrochemical plants such as ethylene, fertilizer, methanol and LNG liquefaction plants, FPSO (floating production, storage and offloading facilities), etc. to the after-sales services worldwide.
Project Department 3 is also involved with some EPC businesses in chemical plants field in cooperation with our Project Department 1&2. In a broad range of our businesses, we are making full use of a broad link with industrial and infrastructure industries and challenging toward realization of new business.
Marine Machinery & Offshore Division
The Marine Machinery & Offshore Division supplies various kinds of marine machinery such as engines, generators, propellers, pumps, and cranes to shipbuilders in Japan and throughout the world. Shipping lies at the core of global logistics.
Ships of all different types are fitted with equipment supplied by the Marine Machinery Division. These range from gas carriers that transport LNG or LPG through to oil tankers that carry crude oil; bulk carriers that transport grain, coal, or iron ore; container ships, and passenger vessels.
In addition to the export of machinery, we also collaborate with shipyards in Japan to supply vessel’s design and technical support to overseas shipbuilders, and offer a variety of package deals whereby we supply a complete set of marine machinery.
We are also actively involved in environmental protection measures, as a sales agency for a Chinese manufacturer for the sale of ballast water treatment systems to Japanese shipyards. Marine organisms that are carried along with the ballast water in ocean-going vessels are recognized internationally as a problem with a significant impact on ecosystems.
Also, the Ship & Offshore Dept. of Mitsubishi Corporation orders and builds several dozen vessels each year for the company’s own use or for Japanese or overseas ship owners. We are closely involved in selecting the equipment to be fitted in these vessels.
While the Japanese shipbuilding industry has been said to be shrinking in the face of rapid growth by the shipbuilding industries of China, South Korea, and elsewhere, it remains the world’s third largest. We intend to continue underpinning logistics systems around the world through ongoing growth in conjunction with shipyards and other marine equipment manufacturers.
Aerospace Division
The Aerospace Division handles a wide range of defense/commercial products as a representative of major US aerospace and defense companies such as Lockheed Martin, Raytheon and Northrop Grumman supporting import and maintenance activities for Japan Ministry of Defense and Japan industries. We also value ourselves supporting commercial helicopter sales to government agencies and private companies as a representative for Sikorsky which is part of Lockheed Martin.
Locations are headquartered in Tokyo and a branch in Nagoya, together with staffs stationed in US. Through our existing operations and collaboration with Mitsubishi Corporation, we are committed to leverage our expertise providing high value-added services to our customers and clients from a global perspective contributing to our country’s increasingly important security environment and disaster relief in all domains (land, sea and air).
Internal Audit Office
The corporate social responsibility is growing among major changes in the business environment. Mitsubishi Corporation Machinery, Inc. has built Internal Control System to ensure compliance laws and social imperatives, the credibility of our corporate information disclosure, appropriate and effective business operations, improving our corporate value and fulfilling our corporate social responsibility. We consistently improve and further enhance this system. Our Office aims to minimize any risks of loss the company faces, monitoring its operating status and working with the corporate auditor and the accounting auditor to further improve our organizational structure to secure competent operations.
Compliance Promotion Division
Requirement from society to meet the compliance is increasing these days.
For improving business activities, we are required to take responsible actions in line with social norms, as well as observing laws and regulations, international rules and internal regulations.
Compliance Administration Department are enhancing activities for raising awareness on such compliance, and to aim "Maintain and improve a well-organized and comfortable working environment" by penetrating three keywords "3Cs: Courtesy, Communication, and Collaboration" in our company.
Corporate Planning Department
The role of Corporate Planning Department is to assist the corporate management by the management in order to enable our company to achieve sustainable growth in the future, such as planning the management plan, while monitoring changes in the business environment.
Specifically, the department is engaged to plan the corporate strategies (including profit planning and management policy, etc.), to implement various management measures, works as a secretariat for the general meeting of shareholders, the board of directors and various management meetings etc., in cooperation with related departments.
Corporate Planning Department is working on a variety of issues for the company to develop further, while contributing to society and economy both in Japan and overseas.
Security Trade Control & Trade Procedure Control Office
Security Trade Control & Trade Procedure Control Office is the organization to take control for the proper implementation of security trade procedures and import & export customs procedures while promoting the development of the internal system in compliance with trade control laws such as the Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade Act and three Japanese laws concerning customs (the Customs Act, the Customs Tariff Act and the Temporary Tariff Measures Act concerning the Customs) considering various risks surrounding the company, demands of the law and needs of society.
Specifically, the office manages the internal system for security trade control & trade procedure control while dealing with the authorities, provides employee training based on the latest regulations, and verifies that internal management procedure is properly implemented based on internal rules, while working with sales departments to promote proper trade transaction.
Accounting Department
Accounting Department mainly carries out three functions, which are 1) "Accurate Reporting of the company’s status" in figures to stakeholders both inside and outside the company, 2) "Continuous Support to Business Divisions" and 3) "Assistance to the Company Management". As for "Continuous Support to Business Divisions" in particular, the department concentrates accounting, taxation, risk management and finance throughout in Japan and abroad, providing "One-Stop Service" from the pre-contract phase to final stages so as to facilitate transactions or projects encompassing a wide range of sophistication and complexity.
Our Accounting Department can call on expertise in variety of fields while being extensively involved in all company activities.
Administration & HR Department
Administration & HR Department is responsible for ensuring maintaining and establishing various corporate systems in accordance with the company’s business policy, to realize a smooth operation across the company.
Its wide ranging responsibilities include:
[1] Personnel systems, human resource planning, recruitment, training, payroll, social insurance, personnel shuffle , evaluation, overseas postings (Human Resources)
[2] Company-wide events, welfare programs, health management, maintaining office equipment/facilities, internal regulations, risk management
[3] IT promotion, administration of IT, communications equipment and information securities (IT and Communications)
As the company are taking a step to the next stage for business, we are contributing to the company through recruitment and training to strengthen human resources, establishment of updated personnel systems , and every delicate supports to employees.

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