Material Procurement

Major procured parts

Product Major procured parts
Engine and turbocharger parts Engines Fuel injection pumps, nozzles, starters, alternators, generators, heat exchangers, water pumps, bearing metals, pistons, pipes and hoses, gaskets, oil filters, control panels, O-rings, piston rings, etc.
Turbochargers Actuators, thrust bearings, snap rings, etc.
Castings / forgings and machined items Engines Crankcases, cylinder heads, crankshafts, connecting rods, camshafts, manifolds, flywheels, timing gear cases, flywheel housings, etc.
Turbochargers Turbine housings, compressor covers, bearing housings, precision castings
Common Bolts and nuts, pins, etc.
Sheet-metal items Engines Oil pans, common beds, bonnets, brackets, pipes, etc.

Basic policy for procurement

  1. Perform strategic procurement with a global outlook (not paying regard to whether suppliers are based in Japan or overseas).
  2. For each order genre (product item), strengthen relationships with partners that have high levels of technology and management, which contain the future relationships with new partners.
  3. Strive to achieve target costs by cutting total costs.
  4. Employ information technology to enhance the intensity and speed of information exchange with partners.
  5. Strictly ensure legal compliance.
  6. Achieve procurement that reflects environmental considerations.

Basic policy for engagement of new

  1. Companies must desire to work in unison with the design and materials personnel and work toward cost improvements on new models and strategically important models.
  2. Companies must have high levels of technological ability and a broad range of abilities to accommodate our needs.
    1. Companies must have the ability to accommodate requirements from raw materials through to processing.
    2. Companies must be able to accommodate tasks from part procurement through to subassembly.
    3. Companies must have in-house design and development capabilities.
    4. Companies must vigorously take part in VE activities and must be able and willing to give us proposals for cost improvement.
    5. Companies must have overseas production bases and be able to supply parts that are lower-priced than domestically made ones. NOTE: We set no conditions on corporate group affiliations and physical locations of companies. With any company that meets the needs outlined above, we may request a technical presentation be made to our design personnel at our premises.
  3. Currently, we provides a Web-based system (called the J-Pro system) that enables two-way electronic information exchange with partners. For companies that are newly engaged, a system environment and technological level enabling utilization of this system will be required.

Supply Chain CSR Promotion Guidelines

Information about regulations of substances control

  2. MHIET's original information exchange sheet
  3. ProChemist/AS

How to contact our business Sagamihara District with

Administration Group. Procurement Department
Phone 81-42-762-1973