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Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. Kobe shipyard
Japan

Since foundation in 1905, the Kobe shipyard has made full use of the newest technology, and has always sent out many outstanding products. A submarine, a deep submergence research vehicle, etc. are built in the vessel and the sea section. In the motor and the nuclear section, it is mainly dealing with the product which contributes to maintenance of infrastructure in the energy field, a nuclear power generation plant, a ship diesel engine, etc. considering an environmental program.

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