Hitachi Construction Machinery

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Hitachi Construction Machinery Co., Ltd.
Native name
日立建機株式会社
Public (K.K)
Traded asTYO: 6305
Industrymachinery
FoundedTokyo, Japan (January 30, 1951 (1951-01-30))
Headquarters16-1, Higashiueno 2-chome, Taito-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
Kotaro Hirano (President)
ProductsMining and Construction equipment
RevenueDecrease¥753.947 billion (2017)[Financial 1]
Decrease¥23.622 billion (2017)[Financial 1]
Decrease¥8.022 billion (2017)[Financial 1]
Total assetsIncrease¥999.601 billion (2017)[Financial 1]
Total equityDecrease¥399.619 billion (2017)[Financial 1]
Number of employees
21,814 (2012)
ParentHitachi, Ltd.
Websitewww.hitachicm.com
Footnotes / references
  1. ^ a b c d e "Financial Results for the Year Ended March 31, 2017" (Press release). Hitachi Construction Machinery Co., Ltd.

Hitachi Construction Machinery Co., Ltd. (日立建機株式会社) is a Japanese construction equipment company which is into the manufacturing, sales and service of construction machinery, transportation machinery, and other machines and devices. It is a subsidiary of the Hitachi Group. Hitachi Construction Machinery Co., Ltd. was established in 1970, and was involved in the production of Japan’s first mechanical excavator, the company has now become a major construction equipment manufacturer in the world, and it is listed on the Nikkei 225.[1]

Products[edit]

Hitachi Zaxis 470 LCH
Double front work machine ASTACO (Tokyo Fire Department)

Current products

  • Excavators models ZX130-5G, ZX70-5G / ZX70LC-5G, ZX160LC-5G, ZX180LCN-5G, ZX200-5G / ZX200LC-5G, ZX210LCN-5А, ZX210H-5G / ZX210LCH-5G, ZX210K-5G / ZX210LCK-5G, ZX240-5G / ZX240LC-5G, ZX250H-5G / ZX250LCH-5G, ZX250K-5G / ZX250LCK-5G, ZX300-5A / ZX300LC-5A, ZX330-5G, ZX350H-5G / ZX350LCH-5G, ZX350K-5G / ZX350LCK-5G, ZX400LCH-5G[2]
  • Loaders
  • Recycle machines
  • Compaction equipment
  • Dump trucks

others

Past products

  • Bulldozers
  • Crawler cranes (models SCX550E, SCX700E и SCX1000A-3[3]) - transferred to Hitachi Sumitomo Heavy Industries Construction Crane Co., Ltd.

others

Others[edit]

Hitachi Construction Machinery builds anti-personnel landmine removal equipment based on excavators. It is developed by Yamanashi Hitachi Construction Machinery Co., Ltd. under the leadership of Kiyoshi Amemiya, the president.[4]

Affiliated companies[edit]

Japan
Hitachi Construction Machinery Japan Co., Ltd.
Hitachi Construction Machinery Camino Co., Ltd.
Hitachi Construction Machinery REC Co., Ltd.
Hitachi Construction Machinery Tiera Co., Ltd.
Hitachi Sumitomo Heavy Industries Construction Crane Co., Ltd.
Yamanashi Hitachi Construction Machinery Co., Ltd.
Okinawa Hitachi Construction Machinery Co., Ltd.
HCL Co., Ltd.
UniCarriers Corporation
Asia
Hitachi Construction Machinery Asia and Pacific Pte. Ltd.
P.T. Hitachi Construction Machinery Indonesia (Indonesia)
Hitachi Construction Machinery (Thailand) Co., Ltd (Thailand)
Tata Hitachi Construction Machinery Co. Pvt. Ltd. (India)
Yungtay-Hitachi Construction Machinery Co., Ltd. (Taiwan)
Hitachi Construction Machinery (China) Co.
Africa
Hitachi Construction Machinery Africa Ltd (Africa)
Hitachi Construction Machinery South Africa Pty. Ltd. (South Africa)
Europe
Hitachi Construction Machinery (Europe) N.V. (the Netherlands)
North America
Deere-Hitachi Construction Machinery Corporation (USA)
Hitachi Construction Truck Manufacturing Ltd. (Canada)
Wenco International Mining Systems Ltd. (Canada)[5]
Oceania
Hitachi Construction Machinery (Australia) Pty. Ltd.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Nikkei Constituents". NIKKEI. Retrieved November 11, 2010.
  2. ^ https://en.hespareparts.com/construction-equipment/hitachi-parts/
  3. ^ https://hespareparts.com/stroitelnaya-tehnika/zapchasti-hitachi/
  4. ^ "Hitachi Construction Machinery: Activities for demining". Hitachi Construction Machinery Co., Ltd. Retrieved May 11, 2013.
  5. ^ "Hitachi Expands Its Mining Business by Acquisition of Wenco". Hitachi Construction Machinery Co., Ltd. Retrieved July 11, 2016.

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