Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding

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Mitsui E&S
Native name
三井E&S
Type Public (K.K)
TYO: 7003
Nikkei 225 Component
ISIN JP3891600003
Industry Machinery
Shipbuilding
FoundedNovember 17, 1917;103 years ago (1917-11-17)
Headquarters,
Japan
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
Takao Tanaka
(President and CEO)
Products
Revenue ¥731 billion (FY 2016) (US$ 6.6 billion) (FY 2016)
¥12.1 billion (FY 2016) (US$ 111.5 million) (FY 2016)
Number of employees
13,171 (consolidated, as of March 31, 2017)
Website Official website
Footnotes /references
[1] [2]

Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding (三井造船, Mitsui Zōsen) (TYO : 7003) is a Japanese company. It is listed on the Nikkei 225. [3] Mitsui E&S is one of the companies of the Mitsui Group.

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Established in 1917 as the Shipbuilding Division of Mitsui & Co. with the first shipyard at Tamano. [4] In 1937 the shipyards became a separate entity of Mitsui, Tama Shipyard.

The company changed to Mitsui Shipbuilding & Engineering Co., Ltd in 1942 and finally to the current name in 1973.

Facilities

Ships Built by Mitsui

Along with Abukuma class destroyer escort, Mitsui was contracted to build the Abukuma class destroyer escorts for the Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force. They were built from 1988 to 1991.

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References

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