Crane & Materials Handling
history
2011: Accepted an order of the biggest Jib crane in Africa.
2011: Delivered one of the biggest pneumatic unloader in Japan.
2008: Achieved absorption-type merger with our subsidiary company Ishikawajima Transport machinery engineering Co., Ltd.
2007: First unloader for ironstone (3,000/2,100t/h) delivered to Taiwan
2006: 3,600t floating crane delivered to a Korean shipyard
2005: Materials Handling Equipment Division transferred from Ishikawajima Harima Heavy Industries Corporation (now know as IHI) to Ishikawajima Transport Machinery Co.,Ltd.
2005: 3,000t floating crane delivered to a Korean shipyard
2005: First overseas continuous unloader (3,000/2,100t/h) for ironstone delivered to Korea
2003: 3,000t floating crane delivered
2002: Delivered the first rope balance type level luffing crane
2001: Five container cranes delivered to South Honmoku Wharf in Yokohama
2000: Launched the sale of new type of Jib Climbing Crane “JCC-V series”.
2000: First electric unloader (1,400t/h) delivered to Malaysia
1995: Launched the sale of new type of overhead crane ”UM crane”.
1993: First continuous unloader (3,000/2,100t/h) for ironstone delivered to a Japanese steel plant
1992: Acquired 100% stock of a hoist after service company Ishikawajima Hoist Service Co., Ltd. (Now known as Ishikawajima Engineering Co., Ltd.).
1991: Six 40LT container cranes delivered to Thailand
1989: First continuous unloader (1,500t/h) for bulk coal delivered to Hong Kong
1986: Four container cranes delivered to the United States
1985: Achieved absorption-type merger with a crane maker Ishikawajima Crane.
1982: First continuous unloader (250t/h) for bulk coal delivered to a Japanese power company
1979: Launched the sale of conveyors for coal handling.
1977: Devolvement of conveyor business sales right from Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries Corporation (now known as IHI) .
1973: Established as Ishikawajima Numazu Transport Machinery by 100% investment of Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries Corporation(now known as IHI) at Numazu city, Shizuoka, Japan. First produced cranes for automated warehouse and various conveyors.
1970: First overseas container crane delivered
1968: First container crane delivered to Shinagawa, Tokyo.