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Yokohama Dockyard & Machinery Works

History: Yokohama Dockyard & Machinery Works

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1891

Yokohama Dock Co., Ltd. Established.

1896

Started ships repairing business.

1897

Completion of No. 2 Dry dock.

1899

Completion of No. 1 Dry dock.

1917

Started shipbuilding business

1923

Total number of manufactured marine engines exceeded 100.

1929

Hikawa Maru launched.

1930

The first diesel engine completed.

1935

Company merged with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.

1952

The first "Mitsubishi Yokohama-CE" (Note1) Boiler delivered.

1961

The first "Mitsubishi Yokohama" turbine completed.

1966

Opening of Honmoku Plant.

1971

Completion of the largest ship renovation project ever conducted.

1979

Yokohama Machinery Works launches its last ship ever, the TABRIZ.

1983

Yokohama Works was moved to Honmoku Plant and Kanazawa Plant.
Terminated Yokohama Works.
Renamed Yokohama Dockyard & Machinery Works.

1986

The first Mitsubishi KU30 diesel engine completed.

1989

Mitsubishi MAN diesel engine completed as the main engine of the luxury cruise ship "Crystal-Harmony".

1991

100th Anniversary Party.

2000

The world's largest-class refuse incineration plant delivered.
World's highest-class efficient and low-emission gas engine MACH30G developed.

2001

The world's largest-class LNG (Note2) tank delivered.

2008

Production of world's largest-class 2.4 megawatt wind turbine nacelle started.

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