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Decisions Reached on Names of Two Successor Companies Relating to Transfer of Ship Construction and Hull Block Manufacture Businesses to Two Consolidated Group Companies by Company Split

No.1917
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Tokyo, September 8, 2015 -As announced on July 31, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) will spin off its ship construction business to a group company, MHI Ship & Ocean Engineering Co., Ltd. and will spin off its hull block manufacture business to a group company which has been established for this company split, MHI Hull Production Co., Ltd. by absorption-type splits on October 1st. The name of two successor companies, both described as "to be announced" in previous disclosure notices, have now been decided as indicated below. The new information is provided in italics.

Profile of the Ship Construction Business Successor Company Post-Split

 

 

Successor Company

(1)

Name

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Shipbuilding Co., Ltd.

(2)

Head office

180, Koyagi-machi, Nagasaki City , Nagasaki, Japan

(3)

Representative

Hiroshi Yokota, President

(4)

Business

Engineering, manufacture and repair services of  ships

(5)

Capital

1,000million yen

(6)

Fiscal year end

March 31

Profile of the Hull Block Manufacture Business Successor Company Post-Split

 

 

 

Successor Company

(1)

Name

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Hull Production Co.,Ltd.

(2)

Head office

180, Koyagi-machi, Nagasaki City , Nagasaki, Japan

(3)

Representative

Koji Murakami, President

(4)

Business

Manufacture of hull blocks, etc.

(5)

Capital

300 million yen

(6)

Fiscal year end

March 31