- Power generation equipment, power transmission and transformer facilities, transport and import of nuclear fuel, on-site (inside the fence) power generation business in Japan, retail electricity sales in Japan, offshore transmission business overseas, elevators and escalators
- Plant equipment for oil, gas, chemical, steel, non-ferrous metals and cement industries, rolling stock and related infrastructure and equipment, railway project development, smart community business integration, mining equipment, port facilities, off-shore marine structures, agricultural machinery, construction machinery, industrial machinery
- Ships and vessels, marine machinery, ship owning and management business, space-related equipment, defense-related equipment, satellite imagery sales business
- Automobiles (built-up vehicles, assembly parts, spare parts), export, overseas production, sales, sales finance, others
|Operating transactions||¥ 3,524,312 million|
|Gross profit||¥ 182,019 million|
|Equity in earnings of Affiliated companies||¥ 18,441 million|
|Net income||¥ 61,369 million|
|Segment assets||¥ 1,848,878 million|
|No. of employees*1|
|No. of consolidated subsidiaries and equity-method affiliates*2||126|
- Data as of March 31, 2011. The number of Corporate Staff Section employees not shown on this page was 6,270 on a consolidated basis and 1,824 on a parent company basis. Accordingly, the total number of employees was 58,470 on a consolidated basis and 5,665 on a parent company basis.
- Data as of March 31, 2011. Figures do not include companies consolidated by subsidiaries. Not shown on this page are 28 consolidated subsidiaries and equity-method affiliates belonging to the Global Environment Business Development Group, 6 consolidated subsidiaries and equity-method affiliates belonging to the Business Service Group, 13 consolidated subsidiaries and equity-method affiliates belonging to the Corporate Staff Section, and 40 overseas regional subsidiaries. Accordingly, the total number of consolidated subsidiaries and equity-method affiliates was 548.
- [Main Positive Factors]
Change Between Year Ended March 2009 and Year Ended March 2010
- Higher earnings at overseas IPP companies
- Lower share write-downs (investment impairments) and impairment losses on property and equipment
Change Between Year Ended March 2010 and Year Ended March 2011
- Lower share write-downs (investment impairments)
- Strong results at overseas automobile-related businesses, notably in Asia.