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Amtrak Acela Replacement Plan Creates Bombardier Rivalry

Amtrak’s plan to replace its fleet of Acela trains provides an opportunity for Siemens AG (SIE), Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. (7011), Hitachi Ltd. (6501) and others who want to compete with Bombardier Inc. (BBD/B), the supplier of equipment used since the service’s start.

#Orlando airport to have three Japanese peoplemovers #Mitsubishi Heavy Industries #railway

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BP Fleet: The British Courage these are VLGC (Very Large Gas Carrier) Liquid Petroleum Gas Carrier Vessels with a capacity of 82,000 cubic metres. These vessels were built by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Limited in Japan. They are British-flagged, Douglas, Isle of Man is the Port of Registry. These operate in the region east of Suez.

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#MITSUBISHI Heavy Industries has delivered the first of three six-car 2020 series rubber-tyred metro trains to Saitama New Urban Transit for use on its Ina Line New Shuttle automated guideway transit (AGT) line in the Tokyo suburbs.

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from Business Wire

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries to Launch Two New Series of Room Air-Conditioners, Nine Models Specially Designed for the European Market

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries to Launch Two New Series of Room Air-Conditioners, Nine Models Specially Designed for the European Market

from Business Wire

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Plans Expansion of North American Oil & Gas Business through Strengthened Customer Offerings

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI)(TOKYO:7011) is bringing its Groupwide resources together to offer strengthened solutions to attract more custo

CHSH has announced that it provided Romanian and Austrian-law advice to Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (a constituent part (along with Hitachi and the IHI Corporation) in the joint venture that makes up Mitsubishi-Hitachi Metals Machinery), on the global joint venture between Mitsubishi-Hitachi Metals Machinery and Siemens that closed on January 7, 2015. Hogan Lovells, which was global counsel for MHI, had announced its role in the joint venture in May, 2014.

El Mitsubishi ATD-X Shinshin es un prototipo de avión de combate de quinta generación que utiliza tecnología furtiva. Está siendo desarrollado por el Instituto de Investigación Técnica y Desarrollo dependiente del Ministerio japonés de Defensa (ITDR) con fines de investigación. El contratista principal del proyecto es Mitsubishi Heavy Industries. Muchos consideran que este avión será el primer avión de combate japonés con tecnología furtiva. ATD-X es un acrónimo que significa "Advanced…