FUJI JUKOGYO KABUSHIKI KAISHA (Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd) Established 15 July 1953 as successor to Nakajima Utsunomiya Manufacturing Division occupies 47.7 ha (117.9 acre) site, including 153,000 m2 (1,646,880 sq…
JAPAN AIRCRAFT DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION Known as CTDC (Civil Transport Development Corporation) from 1973 until 1982, JADC is a consortium established by airframe manufacturers Mitsubishi, Kawasaki and Fuji to promote commercial…
KANEMATSU AEROSPACE CORPORATION Kanematsu (workforce 785 at 31 March 2000) is prime contractor for outfitting Hawker 800s to JASDF specifications. Fuji is systems integrator and responsible for U-125/U-125A maintenance. Kanematsu…
KAWASAKI JUKOGYO KABUSHIKI KAISHA Company originated 1923 at Gifu when opened as Kakamigahara subplant for aircraft division of Kawasaki Dockyards. Present Gifu facility is on 712,000 m2 (7.66 million sq…
MITSUBISHI JUKOGYO KABUSHIKI KAISHA (Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd) Main Nagoya facility (previously known as Komaki North) was divided in 1989 into Aerospace Systems Works and Guidance & Propulsion Systems Works;…
SHINMAYWA KOGYO KABUSHIKI KAISHA Former Kawanishi Aircraft Company (established 1928); became Shin Meiwa in 1949 and renamed ShinMaywa Industries in June 1992; major overhaul centre for Japanese and US military…
GEN YANAGISAWA ENGINEERING SYSTEM CO LTD Mr Yanagisawa, whose nickname is 'Gen', developed a small, but comparatively high-powered, horizontally opposed two-cylinder engine while working for the Zenoa company. By 1985,…