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Komatsu

(kōmä`tso͞o), city (1990 pop. 106,075), Ishikawa prefecture, central Honshu, Japan. It is a flourishing market town noted for its copper mining and the production of silk, rayon, and construction machinery.
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A small rise in the Middle East could not offset slowing sales in the Chinese market affecting the financial prospects of Komatsu as it reported a 5.5% year-on-year decline in sales in the first quarter of its financial year, which commenced on April 1.
18 June 2019 - Wisconsin, US-based Komatsu Mining Corp.
As part of its drive to deliver greater value to mining customers, Komatsu said it is committed to delivering equipment and system-based solutions, including automation, digitization, and visualization technologies.
Summary: Komatsu is one of the world's leading manufacturers construction and mining equipment and industrial machinery
(PHIL) has revolutionized a new version of its Autogate Tailgate--a PHIL innovation unveiled 50 years ago specifically for Komatsu rigid frame trucks.
Partnering with the state of Wisconsin and the city of Milwaukee, Komatsu will invest nearly $300 million in the company's future at the site, the company reported.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-May 18, 2018-Etrion completes 13.2 MW Komatsu solar projects in Japan ahead of schedule
Komatsu America Corp., a global heavy equipment manufacturer, plans to move the company headquarters from Rolling Meadows to Chicago in two years.
EXCAVATOR manufacturer Komatsu has celebrated the 30th anniversary of its North East factory by welcoming back a former colleague who now heads up the global company.
Komatsu now employs around 400 people in Gateshead, with 12% having worked at the firm for three decades.
Joy Global, the US mining equipment manufacturer with 133 years of history, being founded in 1818, has been officially renamed the Komatsu Mining Corporation.