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MHI Thermal Systems to Relocate to Central Tokyo’s Marunouchi Business District

MHI Thermal Systems to Relocate to Central Tokyo’s Marunouchi Business District Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Thermal Systems, Ltd. is proud to announce that is has just moved its headquarters to central Tokyo’s Marunouchi business district. The new location is in the Marunouchi   Nijubashi Bldg., where Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) relocated its Global Headquarters in January 2019. Business operations at the new site will begin on August 19, 2019. In tandem with moving to the Marunouchi area as an MHI Group member, MHI Thermal Systems will progressively undertake reforms and create new value in response to changes in the social environment. In doing so, the Company will continue to take up the challenges of tomorrow, aiming to be a presence always needed by society. New Address: 2-3 Marunouchi 3-chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8332, Japan (Marunouchi Nijubashi Bldg.) To read the full article, please click here.

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A’ Design Gold Award for Mitsubishi Heavy Industries FDTC Series

Mitsubishi heavy industries receives gold award for compact cassette   Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Europe has been awarded the prestigious Golden A’ Design Award for the Engineering and Technical Design Category in 2018-2019. The FDTC compact cassette, a unique design created by the German design house, Zweigrad GmbH and Co. KG, provides dynamic cooling and heating for numerous applications. With lower running costs and energy expenditure, the attractive draft prevention panel offers increased comfort for end users. Advanced engineering and new design features ensure flexibility and satisfaction is felt especially within office, retail and leisure environments. This great honour recognises our position at the forefront of the air conditioning market, and comes soon after the award winning SRK-ZSX unit which won the Silver A’ Design Award in 2017-2018. Ryoichi Kariya (Managing Director of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Europe, Ltd.) “We are extremely honored that our FDTC cassette unit has been favorably recognized…

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Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation Introduces the Mitsubishi SpaceJet Family of Aircraft

Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation Introduces the Mitsubishi SpaceJet Family of Aircraft Today, Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation officially announced its Mitsubishi SpaceJet family of aircraft. SpaceJet is the commercial name for the product family that includes the SpaceJet M90 (previously known by the developmental designation of MRJ90) and a new member, the SpaceJet M100, a new standard in regional air travel. The Mitsubishi SpaceJet family of aircraft is designed to address demand in the underserved regional jet market by delivering ultimate comfort for passengers and unmatched aircraft performance with more profit potential for airlines. “The Mitsubishi SpaceJet family represents our plan to redefine the business of regional air travel,” said Hisakazu Mizutani, President, Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation. “This is a commercial segment where we see great opportunity. As we prepare for entry-into-service for the SpaceJet M90, we are also announcing the SpaceJet M100 – the result of our research and development during the past…

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Christening Ceremony for Next-Generation LNG Carrier

Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Holds Christening Ceremony for Next-Generation LNG Carrier “NOHSHU MARU” Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., a Group company of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) based in Yokohama, held a christening ceremony today for a next-generation LNG (liquefied natural gas) carrier under construction for TRANS PACIFIC SHIPPING 5 LTD. The new ship, named NOHSHU MARU, is the fourth vessel of the latest model “Sayaringo STaGE” type, featuring significant improvements in both LNG carrying capacity and fuel performance.This is an environment-friendly, economically superior design, which achieves a further reduction in fuel cost while minimizing CO2 emissions. Technical details – Nohshu Maru • Length: 297.5m • Breadth: 48.94m • Draft: 12.9m • LNG tank: MOSS independent stretched spherical type tank system (with continuous tank cover) • Deadweight tonnage: 149,367 tons • Tank capacity: About 177,300m3 – Actual loading capacity in total LNG tank capacity 180,000m3 • Main engine: Reheating system steam turbine, electric…

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MHI Built rocket launched on mission to International Space Station

MHI built rocket launched on mission to international space station After being delayed due to poor weather conditions caused by Typhoon Mangkhut, the HTV-7 freighter (also known as ‘Kounotori’ – meaning ‘white stork’ in Japanese) was successfully launched over the weekend. Built by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries under contract to the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, the H-2 Transfer Vehicle lifted off at 1752:27 GMT (1:52:27 p.m. EDT) Saturday. As its name suggests, HTV-7 is the seventh Kounotori mission. The first of these cargo craft launched in September 2009, and the most recent previous mission, HTV-6, lifted off in December 2016.   Loaded with more than 5 tons (4.5 metric tons) of equipment, food, fuel and other supplies, including six replacement batteries, two refrigerator-size Express science racks that will allow the station to host more research experiments, an experimental European advanced closed-loop life support system will demonstrate new air purification and oxygen-generation…

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MHI to launch world’s largest offshore wind turbine by 2020

MHI to launch world’s largest offshore wind turbine by 2020 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries is working on an offshore wind turbine with an output of 10MW, two megawatts more than the present record holder, according to a report in the Nikkei Asian Review. The Japanese engineer hopes to gain a larger share of the global offshore wind power market, which is expected to grow a 16% a year, expanding six times by 2030, thanks in large part to the growth of the nascent US industry. The turbine will be developed by MHI Vestas Offshore Wind, a joint venture between Mitsubishi Heavy and Denmark’s Vestas Wind Systems. Mitsubishi hopes to bring its machine to market by 2020, ahead of rival projects being developed by General Electric and Siemens. Mitsubishi and Vestas have already developed a 9.5MW version, and has received orders for more than 260 of them. The largest offshore turbine currently in operation, however, is MHI…

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LAUNCH SERVICES: BRINGING THE FUTURE TO OUTER SPACE

Based on the Technology for Manufacturing Rockets, MHI Supports Research and Observations of Outer Space Technologies developed in space is now very much a part of everyday lives. For example, satellites are instrumental in forecasting weather, monitoring disasters, and observing the global environment, and people on the Earth benefit greatly through having unmanned supply spacecraft* transport essential materials to the International Space Station (ISS). MHI is one of only a few companies involved in launch programs, from manufacturing to the launching of the rocket — a critical component for space transport. This article examines how MHI accurately delivers a customer’s payload to a target orbit on a target date and time. *The HTV unmanned supply spacecraft, known as “KOUNOTORI,” was independently developed in Japan to transport cargo to the ISS and is carried aloft by the H-IIB launch vehicle.   To read the full article, please click here. Please note, you’ll…

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IN THE SKIES AND CITIES THE WORLD OVER

Trains, airplanes and other means of travel are indispensable for connecting people and places each day. As our daily lives grow increasingly complex, MHI Group products satisfy diverse transportation infrastructure needs. The MRJ (Mitsubishi Regional Jet), the first new commercial passenger jetliner designed and produced in Japan in 50 years, and new urban and interurban transportation systems have emerged as a boon for the modern era. MHI Group’s technological prowess, concern for passenger welfare and environmental quality, and passion for innovation permeate these products.   To read the full article, please click here. Please note, you’ll be redirected to the MHI Global website (www.mhi.com).

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CHARTING NEW WATERS IN SHIPBUILDING

The Cornerstone of MHI Craftsmanship, MHI’s Shipbuilding has Continued to Deliver Ships that Respond to the Needs of the Time The history of MHI’s shipbuilding history began in 1857, four years after the arrival of Commodore Perry’s Black Ships. Ever since, shipbuilding has remained the cornerstone of the company’s technology and craftsmanship, and more than 5,400 ships have been constructed to date. For over 150 years, MHI’s ships have continuously evolved to meet the changing needs of the times. Between the opening of Japan and the beginning of World War II, ships played an important role connecting Japan to the rest of the world. As the country pressed forward with modernization, demand grew for vessels that could serve overseas routes, such as the TENYO MARU luxury cruise ship (1908 (Note)) and emigrant ships. The subsequent emergence of geopolitical tensions shifted focus towards warships. MHI drew on its shipbuilding technology to…

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