ITOCHU Corporation

Company Profile

* : Consolidated, as of March 31, 2019
Company Name ITOCHU Corporation
Representative Masahiro Okafuji
Chairman & Chief Executive Officer
URL https://www.itochu.co.jp/en/index.html
EstablishedDecember 1, 1949
EmployeesNon-consolidated: 4,352
Consolidated: 119,796
Head OfficeTokyo Headquarters: 5 -1, Kita-Aoyama 2-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-8077, Japan
Osaka Headquarters: 1-3, Umeda 3-chome, Kita-ku, Osaka, 530-8448, Japan
Branches and Subsidiaries9 Domestic,
99 Overseas
CapitalJPY 253 billion *
Total AssetsJPY 10,098 billion *
Net AssetsJPY 3,690 billion *
Net SalesJPY 11,600 billion *
Operating IncomeJPY 361 billion *

Overview

We bring to bear the collective strengths of a trading company, including information gathering and development capabilities obtained through involvement in international projects over many years. Our expertise, including finance structuring capacity, investment and coordinating functions among stakeholders, contributes to the successful realization of projects in the field of oil, gas and petrochemicals; power generation and transmission; and social and transportation infrastructure such as railways, bridges, and ports. In the railway sector, we are promoting projects through alliances with Japanese and overseas manufacturers to cater to growing demand for railways.

In the Philippines, we undertook the Manila LRT Line 1 Capacity Expansion 2 as a JV contractor and we supplied rolling stock and railway systems. In Hong Kong, we have continuously supplied rolling stock and spare parts to MTR for over 20 years. In Guangzhou, we collaborated with an overseas rolling stock manufacturer and supplied linear induction motorcars. In Ukraine, we contributed to the reduction of 35% power consumption through the supply of the latest energy saving equipment for rolling stocks and the using the regenerative power.

In 2014, we secured a contract under PPP scheme to provide trains to the state government of Queensland, Australia.

Modernization of metro cars for Kiev Metro(Ukraine)

Supply of New Generation Rolling Stock to Queensland government(Australia)

Supply of rolling stock to MTR(Hong Kong)