Business strategy 1: Industrial gas business in India
Growth strategy in India's industrial gas market where high economic growth continues
Response to growing industrial gas demand associated
1 with expanded steel production
Take advantage of AWI's extensive operation know-how for steel plants accumulated in Japan
Promote maximized efficiency to reduce production energy consumption rate
Build a trust relationship with customers who are leading blast furnace manufacturers
Capture further business opportunities such as construction of additional and new plants
Acquisition of new projects for on-site supply service
2 from small- and medium-sized plants
Allows AWI to implement the business through the acquisition of back-up and maintenance functions
The above-mentioned growth strategies 1 and 2 will be implemented based on the plant engineering technology (large- to small-sized cryogenic air separation plants) which was acquired after AWI made SAC (Shinko Air Water Cryoplant, Ltd.) into a wholly-owned subsidiary.
Expansion of the lorry and cylinder supply business through
3 synergies created with Ellenbarrie Industrial Gases Ltd.
Expansion of business in eastern India (where steel industries are concentrated)
Advances to southern India (where auto and electronics industries are concentrated)
Acquisition of the argon supplier allows AWI to implement sales expansion
Business strategy 3: High-power UPS (Uninterruptible power supply) business
Entry into the high-power UPS system business
To promote the commercialization of "utility solutions" that are crucial to customers' BCPs (business continuity plans) and aim to become the world's top in the field of high-power UPS systems and peripherals.
What are dynamic rotary uninterruptible power supply systems? (DRUPS) ※※Dynamic Rotary Uninterruptible Power Supply
An uninterruptible power supply (UPS) suitable for high-power band over an output of 1,500 kVA.
Introduced at data centers, large semiconductor and pharmaceutical factories and critical infrastructure such as airports.
An important device to prevent facilities and products from damage caused by voltage drop and blackout and maintain stable operations.
Hitec Holding B.V. (Hitec)
Date of stock acquisition: July 2019 (to be included in the scope of consolidation
from 3Q FY2019)
12.6 billion yen (in the year ended December 31, 2018)
■ Head office:
Overhaul service hubs:
The Netherlands, the U.S., Taiwan
9 locations worldwide
40% in EMEA, 6% in North America, 17% in China and
Taiwan, 37% in APAC
EMEA: Europe, Middle East and Africa
APAC: Asia Pacific
Power Partners Private Limited (Power Partners)
Date of stock acquisition: August 2018 (included in the scope of consolidation from April 2018)
3.9 billion yen (in the year ended December 31, 2018)
The forecasts, future prospects, business plans, etc. presented in this document were prepared based on the judgement of our company from information currently available and involve various uncertainties. Therefore, the reader should note that actual business performance may differ from the projections made herein due to changes in various factors, such as economic conditions.
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