Introduction of Kawasaki Heavy Industries
Moscow Representative Office
1878 : Shozo Kawasaki, the founder opens Kawasaki Tsukiji Shipyard
1906 : Begins fabrication of locomotives, freight and passenger cars and bridge girders
1969 : Starts production of motorcycle
1981 : Delivers the first LNG carrier built in Japan
1991 : Finishes excavation work on the Dover Channel Tunnel (eight months ahead of schedule)
1996 : Finishes construction work on the Akashi KaikyoBridge (the longest suspension bridge in the world)
2007 : Opens Moscow representative office
Kawasaki is Japans largest manufacturer of rolling stock. Since it began operations in the industry in 1906, the Company has produced a succession of vehicles that have left their mark on railway history, including the first steam locomotive made by a private company in Japan and the first Japanese aluminum rolling stock.
Series 3000 commuter train (for JR)
Series E2 Shinkansen for JR
Series 500 Shinkansen for JR
Singapore subway car
Series 700 Shinkansen for JR
New York City subway car
700T train for Taiwan High Speed Rail
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Operation and maintenance condition on Russian Rail
Russia is a very attractive market.
High speed trainsMoscow St.Petersburg (659km)Moscow - Nizhny Novgorod (406km)Moscow Smolensk - Krasnoye (463km)
Necessary vehicles (2008-2015 : 2016-2030)Locomotive (11,675 : 11,722)Freight car (485,500 : 510,500)Passenger car (15,157 : 14,401)Diesel Multiple Unit (8,746 : 15,704)
(Source : Strategy for the Development of rail transport in Russia until 2030)
Demonstrating world-class performance and distinctive appearance, these Kawasaki-brand products are recognized and valued throughout the world.
Caution : Not all models are available in Russia
Jet Ski STX-15F
Its world-renowned product ranges include high-performance LNG and LPG carriers, container ships, bulk carriers and VLCCs, as well as submarines.
For the construction industry, Kawasaki offers optimum products to meet a range of needs, such as wheel loaders, tunnel machines, rollers, snowplows and purpose specific loaders.
Load haul dump
Kawasaki has demonstrated proven tunneling technology expertise both domestically and internationally. The tunnel boring machines used to excavate the Eurotunnel and the 14.14 m diameter shield machines used in the Tokyo Bay Aqualine construction are just two well-known examples.
Earth pressure-balanced shield machine using the Draw a Shield
for Recycle (DSR) system
Detachable three-section shield machine
Tunnel boring machine used to excavate the Eurotunnel
Super-large diameter Shield machine
A pioneer in industrial gas turbine manufacturing in Japan, Kawasaki has a broad lineup of proprietary gas turbine generators. The 20 MW-class L20A, which it provides with cogeneration systems up to 50 MW, is an example of Kawasakis recent innovations.
MGP625 mobile set
Kawasaki GPS Series gas turbine systems
Gas turbine cogeneration system
50 MW-class combined cycle power plant equipped with the L20A gas turbine
In the 1960s, Kawasaki contributed to build Japans industrial foundations in various fields like steel, cement, chemicals, power generations. We expand our activities globally by using our technology and know-how environmental protection and recycling fields.
Cement plant in Iraq (2 million ton / year)Stoker-type municipal refuse
Thermal power plant using a coal-fired Benson boiler
Fixed-bed gasification and gas engine power generation system
using woody biomass
The Kawasaki Heavy Industries group comprises about 100 companies in Japan and around the world.
Kawasaki group covers a broad range of business fields. It expands to the land, sea, air and space with deploying cutting-edge technologies to create new value.
We are sure that Kawasaki can contribute in many fields of business.
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Tel : 495-933-19-53 (General manager)
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