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Creating value to fulfill our Corporate Credo—contributing to society through the development of superior, original technology and products—has underpinned our business development for more than a century. Hitachi's R&D program focuses on products and services that help to resolve social issues.
The issues humanity faces—environmental problems like climate change and ecosystem degradation; energy, water, resource, and food shortages; urban population growth; and the graying of societies—are growing more serious around the world. As a global corporate citizen, Hitachi is globally engaged in providing social infrastructure and, in many other fields, creating both economic and social value to address these issues and contribute to a sustainable society.
Hitachi provides IT services that address customers' diverse needs by combining Hitachi's extensive expertise in a diverse range of business fields, including financial services, with advanced information technology. Our services cover the entire life cycle of systems, ranging from consulting to system integration, operation, maintenance, and other support.
A Hitachi storage system.
|Revenue||1,982.8 billion yen|
|Adjusted operating income||152.9 billion yen|
|EBIT||76.4 billion yen|
To help resolve issues confronting society and our customers, we provide IT solutions to support data utilization on a global basis.
Hitachi has a long and proven track record of high reliability in supporting people's daily lives through such products and services as rolling stock and train management systems, power plants and transmission and distribution systems, elevators and escalators, and water solutions. It also offers industrial solutions and equipment to enhance the sophistication of production facilities. Hitachi utilizes digital technologies to provide optimum solutions in addressing the issues and diversifying needs of customers worldwide.
A seawater desalination system.
|Revenue||2,331.9 billion yen|
|Adjusted operating income||77.0 billion yen|
|EBIT||−19.9 billion yen|
Through our OT (operational technology) and IT, Hitachi offers comprehensive water solutions on a global scale, such as seawater desalination equipment, monitoring and control systems, design and construction of water treatment plants, and operation and maintenance of plants.
Drawing on the Hitachi Group's advanced technologies, Hitachi provides systems supporting the information society, including semiconductor manufacturing equipment, measurement and analysis equipment, broadcasting and video systems, and healthcare solutions that support healthy lifestyles.
Hokkaido University Hospital's particle beam cancer therapy system.
|Revenue||1,170.3 billion yen|
|Adjusted operating income||81.5 billion yen|
|EBIT||66.7 billion yen|
Particle therapy mitigates the burden on the body and allows patients to maintain their quality of life, and it is expected to make its mark in pediatric oncology, which entails great physical strain. The global share of Hitachi's highly reliable particle therapy system has been rising.
Leveraging decades of technological expertise and know-how, Hitachi offers solutions that address the needs of a broad range of industries, including civil engineering and construction, building and structural demolition, and mining and excavation. Hitachi also handles the sale, servicing, and maintenance of hydraulic excavators and other construction machinery to provide integrated solutions globally.
Hitachi Construction Machinery's ultralarge hydraulic excavator and mining dump truck.
|Revenue||753.9 billion yen|
|Adjusted operating income||26.3 billion yen|
|EBIT||22.7 billion yen|
Hitachi Construction Machinery's hydraulic excavators, wheel loaders, and dump trucks are used at construction sites and mines around the world.
Hitachi draws on its wealth of technological expertise and know-how to provide a variety of materials and components—such as semiconductor- and display-related materials, synthetic resin products, specialty steels, magnetic materials, casting components, and wires and cables—that enable advanced functions in products for such sectors as autos, IT and consumer electronics, and industrial and social infrastructure. Business operations are focused in Asia, North America, and Europe.
Hitachi Chemical's molded plastic rear door module.
|Revenue||1,464.6 billion yen|
|Adjusted operating income||119.9 billion yen|
|EBIT||123.3 billion yen|
Hitachi Chemical's molded plastic rear door module achieves a substantial reduction in weight compared to conventional steel products. Japan's first plastic rear door module (according to Hitachi Chemical findings) has been made into reality, taking advantage of resin's superior workability to enable designs not possible with steel without sacrificing rigidity and strength.
To contribute to the realization of an affluent society by creating new value-added systems, products, and services through the harmonization of people, vehicles, and society, Hitachi is accelerating its technological development in the fields of environment and safety. We will further develop our Advanced Vehicle Control System, integrating our safety and information technologies with the Hitachi Group's social infrastructure services to meet society's needs for environmental conservation, accident elimination, and traffic congestion reduction.
Hitachi Automotive Systems' air flow sensor.
|Revenue||992.2 billion yen|
|Adjusted operating income||56.3 billion yen|
|EBIT||65.8 billion yen|
Hitachi Automotive Systems' air flow sensor is widely used by automakers around the world and commands the highest global share. It accurately measures the volume and temperature of the air intake and contributes to a more efficient engine.
Hitachi's home appliances, lighting and housing equipment, and refrigerating and air-conditioning solutions deliver new value and lifestyle innovations to society and people around the world. Hitachi also helps reduce environmental impact by making an ongoing effort to improve products' energy efficiency.
Hitachi Appliances' robot cleaner “minimaru."
|Revenue||557.3 billion yen|
|Adjusted operating income||22.4 billion yen|
|EBIT||31.8 billion yen|
Hitachi Appliances markets various home appliances products in over 120 countries and regions. By providing home appliances in accordance with each country's and region's needs, we continue to contribute to improving quality of life.
|Corporate name||Hitachi, Ltd.|
|Incorporated||February 1, 1920 (founded in 1910)|
|Head office||1-6-6 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8280, Japan|
Representative Executive Officer, President, and CEO
|Capital||458.79 billion yen|
|Number of employees||35,631 (unconsolidated basis)|
|303,887 (consolidated basis)|
|Number of consolidated subsidiaries (including variable interest entities)||864 (Japan: 208, outside of Japan: 656)|
|Number of equity-method associates and joint ventures||388|
|Revenue||9,162.2 billion yen (down 9%, year on year)|
|EBIT*1||475.1 billion yen (down 11%)|
|Income from continuing operations, before income taxes||469.0 billion yen (down 9%)|
|Net income attributable to Hitachi, Ltd. Stockholders||231.2 billion yen (up 34%)|
|Capital expenditure*2||377.5 billion yen (down 29%)|
|R&D expenditure||323.9 billion yen (unchanged)|
|Total assets||9,663.9 billion yen|