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Sumitomo Heavy Industries

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Native name  住友重機械工業株式会社
Industry  Machinery
Headquarters  Shinagawa, Tokyo, Japan
Type  Public KK
Area served  Global
Founded  20 November 1888
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Traded as  TYO: 6302 Nikkei 225 Component
Key people  Shunsuke Betsukawa (President and CEO)
Stock price  6302 (TYO) JP¥ 792 +15.00 (+1.93%)31 Mar, 1:06 PM GMT+9 - Disclaimer
Number of employees  17,941 (consolidated as of March 31, 2014)
Subsidiaries  SUMITOMO (S.H.I.) Construction Machinery Co., Ltd.

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Sumitomo Heavy Industries, Ltd. (住友重機械工業株式会社, Sumitomo Jūkikai Kōgyō Kabushiki-gaisha) (SHI) is an integrated manufacturer of industrial machinery, automatic weaponry, ships, bridges and steel structure, equipment for environmental protection, including recycling, power transmission equipment, plastic molding machines, laser processing systems, particle accelerators, material handling systems, cancer diagnostic and treatment equipment and others.

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History

In 1888, a company was formed to provide equipment repair services to the Besshi copper mine. Almost 50 years later, in 1934, the company incorporated as Sumitomo Machinery Co., Ltd. to manufacture machinery for the steel and transportation industries in support of that period of rapid economic growth.

In 1969, Sumitomo Machinery Co., Ltd. merged with Uraga Heavy Industries Co., Ltd. to create Sumitomo Heavy Industries, Ltd. The company continues to innovate and expand to meet the demands of the new market frontiers. Today, Sumitomo Heavy Industries manufactures injection molding machines, laser systems, semiconductor machinery and liquid crystal production machinery.

In 1979, the company famously built the Seawise Giant, an Ultra Large Crude Carrier (ULCC) supertanker; the longest ship ever built.

Products

  • Sumitomo NTK-62 Machine gun
  • Seawise Giant, the largest ship ever built
  • References

    Sumitomo Heavy Industries Wikipedia


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