Established in 1876, Mitsui & Co. is a Japanese company engaged in chemicals, raw materials, banking, construction, mining and real estate.
Since its establishment in 1876, Mitsui has become one of the largest general trading companies in Japan, operating in the areas of steel, textiles, machinery, chemicals, energy, electronics and information, grain, oil and foodstuffs, non-ferrous metals, light industrial building materials, domestic trade, import and export trade and re-export trade.
Mitsui established its first office in China in Beijing in 1980 and has now grown into a large-scale office, trading and production organization with 14 offices and over 110 joint ventures and wholly-owned enterprises in China. Mitsui people's slogan.
If we compare the industrial world to a stage of joy and sorrow, our role is to act as an "organiser", connecting with the needs of a wide range of logo customers through domestic marketing, foreign trade and the promotion of various businesses. The scope of this arena is vast, spanning every corner of the globe, and we are present everywhere.
Mitsui's activities are based on a wealth of experience, wisdom and expertise accumulated over more than 100 years of experience, and a network of operations in 200 cities around the world.
Mitsui's added value includes the financial management of business or construction projects, the arrangement and supply of raw materials and equipment, the operation of transportation and distribution means, and the marketing of products.
Established in July 1876, Mitsui & Co. is engaged in domestic, import and export trade and re-export trade in iron and steel, textiles, machinery, chemicals, energy, electronics and information, food and oil, non-ferrous metals, and light construction materials.
Established on 1 July 1876, Mitsui & Co. is the largest general trading company in Japan, with more than 10,000 employees, 1,000 subsidiaries and 226 offices in 93 countries and regions around the world. Most of the group's companies involved in chemicals and raw materials have merged to form Mitsui Chemicals, while other members are also involved in banking, construction, mining and real estate.
Mitsui is a strong working partner, and in the 100 years since its founding, Mitsui has nurtured a wide range of industrial capital to meet the demands of the times in a wide range of fields: food, machinery, energy, fibres, materials and finance. Today, they have all grown up and become independent, and now occupy a significant position in the Mitsui Group.
The 26 major companies in the Mitsui Group have organised the "Niki-kai" to meet regularly to exchange information and promote friendship.
"The following companies are members of the Niki-kai
Ishikawajima Harima Heavy Industries, Osaka Shokai, Mitsui Ships, Oji Paper, Onoda Cement, Sakura Bank, Sanki Industrial Electric, Chemical Industries, Toshiba, Toray, Toyota Motor, Nippon Steel Corporation, Nippon Powder, Hokkaido Carbon Steamer, Mitsui Marine Fire Insurance, Mitsui Metal Mining, Mitsui Construction, Mitsui Mining, Mitsui Trust Bank, Mitsui Life Insurance, Mitsui Petrochemical Industries, Mitsui Warehouse Mitsui Pesticides, Mitsui Shipbuilding, Mitsui Toki Chemicals, Mitsui Real Estate, Mitsui & Co, Mitsukoshi.
Mitsui & Co. is the core company of the Mitsui Group. At the same time, it has thousands of affiliated companies in Japan and abroad. The 80,000-strong organization of these 1,000 companies is a dynamic global marketing force that makes the most of Mitsui's combined strengths.