Heavy Industries were the lifeblood of Japan during the booming growth years, but now they maintain profitability only through outsourcing the manufacturing process to other nations with sweat-shop wages. For all intent and purposes, heavy industries in Japan are unprofitable when fully operated from Japan. Expect ever-shrinking blue-collar jobs in Japan in these industries, though the corporate profits may still make them a trader’s favorite. The back-door buildup of a defense posture will lead to exports of war weapons and munitions.
Aeroasahi, AeroPartners, Aerospace Iida, Aichi, APC Aerospecialty, Avio, Bemac Uzushio Electric, Calsonic Kansei, ClassNK, Daihatsu Diesel Mfg., Eagle Engineering Aerospace, Freesia Macross, Fuji Heavy Industries, Furukawa Unic, Furuno Electric, Hino Motors, Hitachi Construction Machinery, Hitachi Plant Engineering & Construction, Honda, Honda Heavy Industries, Hosei, IHI Aerospace, IHI, IHI Marine, Imabari Shipbuilding, Ishii Machinery, Ishikawa Seisakusho, Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries, Isuzu Motors, Japan Aeronautic Association, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency(JAXA), Japan’s Aerospace Industry, Japan Aircraft Development, Japan Auto Trends, Japan Manned Space Systems, Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association, Japan Boating Industry Association, Japan Business Aviation Association, Japan Manned Space Systems, Japan Marine Industry Association, Japan Ship Machinery Quality Control Association, Japanese Marine Equipment Association, Japanese Shipowners’ Association, Japan Vehicle Inspection Association, JSW, Kamome Propeller, Kato Works, Kawasaki Heavy Industries, KCM, Kegoya Dock, Keihin Dock, Kintetsu Railcar Engineering, KitaNihon Shipbuilding, Kobelco Construction Machinery, Koken Boring Machine, Kumamoto Dock, Kurita, Kyoei Jitsugyo, Kyokuyo Shipyard, Kyosan Electric Mfg., Maeda Seisakusho, Maruhide Shipbuilding, Matsui, Matsuura Materials, Mikasa Sangyo, Minami Nippon Shipbuilding, Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus, Mitsubishi Motors, Mitsubishi Nagasaki Machinery, Mitsubishi Precision, Mitsubishi Regional Jet, Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding, Miura, Miura Shipbuilding, Morimatsu Industry, Nachi-Fujikoshi, Namura Shipbuilding, Nara Machinery, Narita Mfg., NHK MEC, Niigata Power Systems, Niigata Shipbuilding and Repair, Ohkawa, Okada Aiyon, Onomichi Dockyard, Oshima Shipbuilding, Saiki Heavy Industries, Sanoyas Hishino Meisho, Sanwa Dock, Sasaki Shipbuilding, Shin Kurushima Dockyard, ShinMaywa Industries, Shiono Precision, Shipbuilding Research Centre of Japan, Shipbuilders’ Association of Japan, Showa Aircraft Industries, Sinfonia Technologies, Society of Japanese Aerospace Companies, Starlite, Sumidagawa Shipyard, Subaru, Sumitomo Heavy Industries, Suzuki, Tadano, Taiyo Electric, Takeuchi, Takeuchi Mfg., Tohatsu, Tokyo Aircraft Instrument, Tominaga & Co., Toshin-JH, Toyota Motor, Tsuneishi Shipbuilding, Uenotex, Utsuno, Yumac Auctions, Yamaha Motors, Yamato Gokin, Yamato Kogyo, Yanmar, Yanmar Engineering, Yoshida Machinery, Yoshimasu Seisakusho