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Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd. – A Japanese corporation with headquarters in the cities of Kobe and Tokyo (Minato district), founded by Kawasaki Siodo in 1896; one of the largest industrial concern in the world. Initially, the company was engaged in shipbuilding, but for the time being, the main products manufactured are motorcycles and mopeds (the Consumer Products and Machinery division). Among the company’s products are also hydro cycles, tractors, trains, engines, parts for Boeing, Embraer and Bombardier Aerospace.
Kawasaki Heavy Industries Aerospace Company is contracted to the Ministry of Defense and the Japanese Aerospace Agency to supply equipment for aircraft and spacecraft, helicopters, air simulators, air jet engines, and rocket weapons.
The Beginning of the company’s history started around 1878 when Shozo Kawasaki founded the ship Tsukizhi Kawasaki Tokyo. In 1886, the company expanded to the extent that the company’s Shipyard was based in Kobe.