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ANNUAL REPORT 2011

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Machinery Group

The Machinery Group trades machinery in a broad range of fields in which it also invests and provides finance and distribution services. These fields extend from large-scale plants for power generation or for production of natural gas, petroleum, chemicals and steel, to ships, railway systems, automobiles, aerospace equipments, as well as mining, construction, and industrial machinery.

Main Products and Services

  • 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
Fiscal 2011 Results
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  
Consolidated 9,554
Parent company 1,034
No. of consolidated subsidiaries and equity-method affiliates*2 126
*1
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.
*2
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.
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[Main Positive Factors]
Change Between Year Ended March 2009 and Year Ended March 2010
(Positive)
  • 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
(Positive)
  • Lower share write-downs (investment impairments)
  • Strong results at overseas automobile-related businesses, notably in Asia.

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