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2012 CORPORATE PROFILE. Mitsubishi Electric Corporation Head Office: Tokyo Building, 2-7-3 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-831 (As of March 31, 2012.

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2 Mitsubishi Electric Corporation Head Office: Tokyo Building, 2-7-3 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-831 (As of March 31, 2012. US dollar amounts are translated from yen at the rate of ¥82=US $1) President & CEO: Established: Consolidated Net Sales: Kenichiro Yamanishi January 15, 1921 ¥ 3,639.4 billion ($44.4B) Corporate Data Fortune Global 500 Company Rank 214 in 2012 Industry Week 1000 Rank 91 in 2012 Newsweek Green Rankings Rank:101 in 2011 Moody’s Rating A-1 (August 31, 2011) Standard & Poor’s Rating A (May 31, 2011)

3 Today more than 40 companies carry the Mitsubishi name Each Mitsubishi company is a separate entity, operates independently and is separately traded on the Nikkei stock exchange 1870 1886 1917 1921 1945 1946 Each Mitsubishi company starts as a new independent entity Mitsubishi Headquarters dissolved Mitsubishi Electric Corporation established Mitsubishi Headquarters becomes holding company Mitsubishi Corporation established Tsukumo Trading Company  the origin of Mitsubishi  established Mitsubishi Companies Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ  Mitsubishi Aluminum  Mitsubishi Chemical  Mitsubishi Corporation  Mitsubishi Electric  Mitsubishi Estate  Mitsubishi Fuso Truck & Bus  Mitsubishi Gas Chemical  Mitsubishi Heavy Industries  Mitsubishi Kakoki  Mitsubishi Logistics  Mitsubishi Materials  Mitsubishi Motors  Mitsubishi Paper Mills  Mitsubishi Plastics  Mitsubishi Rayon  Mitsubishi Research Institute  Mitsubishi Steel Manufacturing  Mitsubishi UFJ Securities Holdings  Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking

4 1921Mitsubishi Electric Corporation established 1931First Mitsubishi Electric elevator 1953First Mitsubishi Electric television 1964Supplied radar equipment to Mt. Fuji 1973US operations established 1980First outdoor color video Diamond Vision display (Dodger Stadium) 1984World’s first spiral escalator 1993World’s fastest passenger elevator (41 feet/second, Landmark Tower, Yokohama) 1997America’s first plasma TV 2005Guinness Book of Records, World’s Largest Outdoor High-Definition Display (Turner Field) 2007World’s tallest elevator testing tower (568 feet) 2009Guinness Book of Records, World’s Largest High-Definition Video Display (Cowboys Stadium) 2010Mitsubishi Electric Automotive America named GM Supplier of the Year (11th straight year) 2011World’s first 4-bus bar photovoltaic cell for increased efficiency 2011Awarded contract to install the world’s fastest elevators (59 feet/second, Shanghai Tower) 2012Emmy® Award for Pioneering Development of Large-Venue, Large-Screen Direct View Color Video Displays Historical Highlights

5 Katsuya Takamiya, Chief Representative, Americas Region Established 1973 HQ: Cypress, Calif. Facilities in more than 50 locations in 20 states, Mexico and Canada Manufacturing plants in OH, KY, PA and Mexico FY 2012 revenues $2.9 billion (US) Approximately 2,500 employees North American Operations

6 North American Locations Mitsubishi Electric Sales Canada Markham, Ontario Mitsubishi Electric US Cypress, Calif. Mitsubishi Electric Automation Vernon Hills, Ill. Mitsubishi Electric Automotive America Mason, Ohio Mitsubishi Electric Power Products Warrendale, Penn. Mitsubishi Electric Visual Solutions America Irvine, Calif. Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories Cambridge, Mass. Mitsubishi Electric Mexico Mexico City

7 North American Industries Served Automotive Consumer Electronics Electric Utilities Elevators & Escalators Industrial Technology Heating & Air Conditioning Transportation Semiconductor Devices Solar/Photovoltaic Sports & Entertainment Water Treatment

8 Extensive line of displays for business applications Advertising and Information Displays Indoor & outdoor large-scale displays & visual information systems.

9 Products that produce cleaner, safer energy & conserve resources Photovoltaic systems: a sustainable source of clean energy for the future. Energy and Environmental Products Ozone water treatment systems for sterilization and removing color & odor. Efficient, stylish high- speed Jet Towels save paper and energy.

10 Energy-efficient ductless systems for residential, commercial and industrial use Mr. Slim & CITY MULTI “VRF” HVAC offer powerful, efficient & flexible solutions for a wide range of cooling and heating needs. Cooling and Heating Lossnay energy recovery ventilators provide outdoor air solutions for indoor environmental quality.

11 Human-machine interface, controllers, servo motors, robots & industrial sewing machines. Automation Solutions Building & factory automation systems

12 Award-winning, record-setting Diamond Vision™ displays Stadium and Arena Displays, Marquees The first large-scale video displays in the US deliver spectacular images indoors & out.

13 Rapid, comfortable, dependable vertical transportation Elevators and Escalators The world’s only manufacturer of spiral escalators.

14 LaserVue & 3D TVs from 73 to 92 inches; 3D projectors High-Definition Home Theater The only high-definition home theater TVs & projectors powered by Texas Instruments DLP® devices, the same core technology in most 3D theaters.

15 Projectors for business & education; Professional printing products Powerful, high-brightness Digital Light Processing (DLP®) projectors & LCD and 3D projectors. Display Projection and Printing Systems Professional printers with industry-leading reliability, performance & cost of ownership.

16 Uninterruptible Power Supplies For data centers, control rooms & mission-critical applications At the leading edge of technology & innovation in UPS systems.

17 Power Products Reliable power for utilities and commercial applications Power generation, transmission & distribution systems designed to create & deliver optimal power using hydraulic, thermal & nuclear technologies.

18 Semiconductors Electronic devices for wireless, optical communications & displays High-frequency GaAs, Silicon RF, and GaN power modules and transistors; laser and photo diodes; short- wavelength high-power laser diodes; color TFT-LCD modules.

19 Automotive Electronics & Rail Transportation Electrical equipment for cars & trucks; Railway HVAC & power systems AC propulsion systems, traction motors, VVVF Inverters, controls for railroad commuter cars and locomotives. Automotive electronics and components for in-vehicle entertainment & navigation, powertrain, body & chassis.

20 Part of a worldwide network of R&D teams Research & Development Basic research & advanced development in digital communication, signal, image & media processing & mechatronics technologies. Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs (Cambridge, Mass.)

21 Key technologies in one Washington, DC location Technology Demonstration Center The Northern Virginia Advanced Technology Concept Center features MegaView video walls, high-definition projectors cooling & heating systems, uninterruptible power supplies & train information systems.

22 Mitsubishi Electric promotes environmental initiatives in all aspects of its operations Environmental Activities Environmental Vision 2021 is our long-range vision for environmental management leading to a sustainable society.

23 In the United States, CSR is championed by the Mitsubishi Electric America Foundation. The Foundation provides national grants to projects and organizations throughout the United States that are focused on the full inclusion of young people with disabilities into society. Corporate Social Responsibility


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