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December 4, 2017

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On 1° January Mitsubishi Heavy Industries will put into effect the restructure of the navalmeccanica division

Two new societies with a total of about 1.500 dependent will be created

Many times over preannounced reorganization of the navalmeccaniche activities of the Japanese group Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHOS) will be put into effect next 1° January through the constitution of two new societies. The new Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. it will be active mainly in the field of the construction of ships whose preparation turns out particularly complex, while the second society, that Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Marine Structure Co will be called., Ltd., will be active in the construction of great ships and marine structures.

In particular, Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Co., that 27 million dollars) entirely stopped from MHOS will have a share capital of three billions of yen (, will have about 900 dependent and will take care of planning, construction and repair of ferries, ships goods and passengers, specialistic ships ro-ro, ships and military units. The new company will have of the main navalmeccanici plants of the group, between which those of Nakasaki, Kobe and Shimonoseki.

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Marine Structure Co., that it will have a share capital of 300 million yen of entire property of MHOS and about 600 dependent, will be active instead of the construction of great ships and the construction and repair of marine structures using the plant of Koyagi that takes part of the navalmeccanico center of Nakasaki of the Japanese group.

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