Mitsubishi International Corporation ("MIC") offers high-value-added services in a broad range of business fields. MIC's primary businesses are related to global trading of industrial and consumer products, complex project management, and strategic finance and investment. Other important functions of MIC include marketing, distribution, materials procurement, technology transfer, product sourcing, and supply chain management.
Our business groups and divisional companies include:
Mitsubishi Corporation has had a presence in the United States since 1954, when MIC was incorporated as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Mitsubishi Corporation. In 2012, Mitsubishi Corporation (Americas) ("MCA") was established as the US holding company for MIC and other MC Group companies in North America.
What is Mitsubishi Corporation?
Mitsubishi Corporation (MC) is a global integrated business enterprise that develops and operates businesses together with its global network of around 1,700 group companies.
MC has 10 Business Groups that operate across virtually every industry: Natural Gas, Industrial Materials, Chemicals Solution, Mineral Resources, Industrial Infrastructure, Automotive & Mobility, Food Industry, Consumer Industry, Power Solution and Urban Development. Through these 10 Business Groups plus the addition of its Industry Digital Transformation Group and Next-Generation Energy Business Group, MC’s current activities have expanded far beyond its traditional trading operations to include project development, production and manufacturing operations, working in collaboration with our trusted partners around the globe.
With an unwavering commitment to conducting business with integrity and fairness, MC remains fully dedicated to growing its businesses while contributing to a prosperous society.
Mitsubishi Corporation and Other Mitsubishi Companies
MC is just one of many independent companies that bear the Mitsubishi name. Founded in the early 1870s as a steamship company by Yataro Iwasaki, the original Mitsubishi grew into a collection of companies engaged in most sectors of the Japanese economy. After World War II, the Mitsubishi holdings were broken up into over 40 independent companies, many of which still bear the Mitsubishi name and carry on its tradition of leadership and corporate principles.