Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd.

Company Profile

* : Consolidated, as of March 31, 2019
Company Name Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd.
Representative Yoshinori Kanehana
Representative Director
President and Chief Executive Officer
URL https://global.kawasaki.com/en/mobility/rail
EstablishedOctober 15, 1896
Employees35,691 *
Head OfficeTokyo Head Office:
1-14-5, Kaigan, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Kobe Head Office:
Kobe Crystal Tower, 1-1-3, Higashikawasaki-cho, Chuo-ku, Kobe, Hyogo
Rolling Stock Company (Hyogo Works):
2-1-18, Wadayama-dori, Hyogo-ku, Kobe, Hyogo
Manufacturing FaciliManufacturing facilities and branches: 18 in Japan, 20 overseas
Subsidiaries: 93 in Japan and overseas (consolidated, as of July 1, 2018)
CapitalJPY 104.4 billion *
Total AssetsJPY 1,838.8 billion *
Net AssetsJPY 492.2 billion *
Net SalesJPY 1,594.7 billion *
Operating IncomeJPY 64 billion *

Overview

Our technological capabilities, polished over a history that exceeds a century, send diverse products forth into wide-ranging fields that go beyond land, sea, and air, extending from the ocean depths to space.

Since commencing the manufacture of rolling stock in 1906, the Rolling Stock Company has consistently used leading-edge technology to help develop and modernize rolling stock as a leading Japanese manufacturer and thereby contribute to society. Our Hyogo Works in Japan equipped with its accumulated technical knowledge and high productivity levels has manufactured some 90,000 rolling stock such as electric trains, coaches, freight cars, electric locomotives, and diesel locomotives. We deliver our products to customers not only in Japan but also overseas including the U.S., Taiwan, Singapore and Bangladesh. For instance, in the U.S., the rolling stock manufactured at two plants, Kawasaki Rail Car, Inc. in Yonkers, New York and Kawasaki Motors Manufacturing Corp., U.S.A. in Lincoln, Nebraska and at Hyogo Works in Japan has now become an essential means of transportation for the people in the major metropolitan areas including New York, Philadelphia, Boston and Washington DC.

In the near future, railways will be even faster and more comfortable than they are today and will play a more important role in total transportation systems. Kawasaki, as a total system engineering company, is committed to meeting the needs of the 21st century with innovation in rolling stock technology.

R160 subway cars for MTA New York City Transit - USA
700T trainsets for Taiwan High Speed Rail Corporation - Taiwan