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ANNUAL REPORT 2011

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Machinery Group - Organizational Structure / Creating Social and Environmental Value

Hirotsugu Ishiyama - Division COO, Ship & Aerospace Div. / Kuninori Kaneshige - Senior Vice President, Division COO, Power & Electrical Systems Div. / Kozo Shiraji Senior - Vice President, Division COO, Motor Vehicle Business Div. / Morikazu Chokki - Senior Vice President, Division COO, Isuzu Business Div. / Kazushi Okawa - Senior Vice President, Division COO, Infrastructure Project Div.

Organizational Structure

[Machinery Group] Machinery Group CEO Office / Machinery Group Administration Dept. / Power & Electrical Systems Div. / Infrastructure Project Div. / Ship & Aerospace Div. / Motor Vehicle Business Div. / Isuzu Business Div.
Power & Electrical Systems Div. Infrastructure Project Div. Ship & Aerospace Div. Motor Vehicle Business Div. Isuzu Business Div.
  • No. of employees
    • Consolidated………9,554
    • Parent company………1,034
  • No. of consolidated subsidiaries and equity-method affiliates………126

Organizational Structure / Creating Social and Environmental Value

Helping Reduce Environmental Loads at Plants

MC's on-site (inside-the-fence) power generation business involves an independent operator (MC) installing a power generation system within the grounds of customers' plants to supply electricity and steam. Besides supplying energy, MC undertakes power generation plant engineering and procurement, finance, fuel procurement, and maintenance. To date, MC has been involved in six such on-site projects.

One of these projects is for chemicals manufacturer JSR Corporation. This system, which came onstream in April 2010, was installed at JSR's Yokkaichi Plant, which produces semiconductor, electronics and other materials. The system has helped reduce the plant's environmental load and improve energy efficiency at the plant by converting from a system that burned heavy oil to one fired by low-CO2-emiiting natural gas. MC will continue to focus on on-site power generation as a business that has considerable social significance from the standpoint of preserving the environment.

This natural gas-fired cogeneration facility was installed at JSR's Yokkaichi Plant (Construction completed in April 2010)

This natural gas-fired cogeneration facility was installed at JSR's Yokkaichi Plant
(Construction completed in April 2010)

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