KAWASAKI One Of The Largest Heavy Industry Cities In The Country

The southern port of Honshu, Japan. On the West coast of Tokyo Bay, on the Kanagawa-ken-Tama Delta. Population 1.061 million (1985). Area of 136.5 square kilometers. The city was established in 1924. Formerly agricultural settlement, traffic center. The beginning of 20th century, with food and other light industry, monosodium glutamate and textile products known. 1913 began to fill the sea, Japanese steel pipe, Fuji Electric and other large enterprises entered. After the 30 's, a heavy industry area was built along the land reclamation of Tama and coastal areas. It is one of the largest heavy industry cities in China. Famous for its steel, petroleum, petrochemical, shipbuilding and other industries, it is connected with Tokyo and Yokohama blocks, forming the Beijing-Binhai industrial zone. Cqs is now composed of seven districts.

Kawasaki heavy Industry Co., Ltd. is a company headquartered in Japan, with Kawasaki heavy industry as the core enterprise, by the domestic and foreign nearly 100 affiliated enterprises.

Kawasaki heavy Industry started in the Meiji Restoration era. 1878 Cqs is hiding in the finance with the help of the establishment of Kawasaki Tsukiji Shipbuilding, 1896 renamed as a corporation Kawasaki Shipbuilding, this is the predecessor of Kawasaki Heavy industry. During the First World War of the great era, there was a thriving shipbuilding industry, after the Showa era of World War II, postwar Japan's rapid economic growth and Japan's modern history and industrial history, Kawasaki heavy industry is still one of Japanese enterprises.

With the help of political relations, Cqs company quickly became one of Japan's most important heavy industry enterprises, delivered the first domestically-made submarine to the Japanese Army in 1906, and built the first domestically produced steam locomotive in 1939, and renamed Kawasaki Heavy Industry Co. During World War II, the company provided the Japanese Army with a flying swallow fighter, a five-fighter aircraft, a transport aircraft and other Air Force equipment, and the construction of the famous hazelnut battleship and Kaga aircraft carrier. After the end of World War II, Kawasaki heavy industry still maintained an important position, its business covers aviation, aerospace, shipbuilding, railways, engines, motorcycles, robots and other fields, representing the advanced level of Japanese science and technology.

Kawasaki heavy Industry Co., Ltd. is registered capital of 104.328 billion yen, sales of 889.963 billion yen, group employees 30653 people, Kawasaki Heavy Industries under the jurisdiction of the main vehicle companies, aerospace companies, gas turbines, machinery companies, General Motors, shipping companies and other departments, Kawasaki Heavy industry group manufacturing products including aircraft, railway vehicles, motorcycles, ships, energy equipment, various industrial machinery, civil engineering machinery, steel structures, etc., all over the areas, the dependence on military orders is less than 10%, but the aerospace sector relies mainly on military orders to maintain. Kawasaki is a major member of Japan's military industry, after Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, is the Japanese Self-Defense Force aircraft and submarine main manufacturers.manufacturers.