The origin of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) can be traced all the way back to 1870. In that year, Yataro Iwasaki established Tsukumo Shokai, a shipping company, and began working towards Japan’s modernization. MHI has grown throughout its 130 years of history into a modern Japanese industrial pioneer.

Based on technological capabilities that have been developed over the years,
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries has been building up its technical experience for more than a century and is a leading company where it concerns knowledge of materials, chemistry, vibrations, thermodynamics, fluid dynamics, thermal conduction, tribology and electro physics. The Mitsubishi Research Centres embody the joint development of these overlapping areas of expertise. MHI is currently providing a broad range of products and services to a wide diversity of turbo machinery applications: gas turbines, steam turbines, water jets, compressors and turbochargers.


MHI has been producing turbochargers for almost half a century. The turbocharger production for industrial diesel engines started back in 1957. Later on, the program was extended with turbocharger models for the automotive industry. A considerable part of these turbochargers are manufactured at Mitsubishi Turbocharger and Engine Europe B.V. in the Netherlands.

The technical support that we provide fully complies with the market requirements. Mitsubishi Turbocharger and Engine Europe B.V. provides full support with a wide range of engineers: Sales Engineers, Project Engineers, Application Engineers, Design Engineers, Test Engineers, Production Engineers, Quality Engineers and, if required, Resident Engineers on location.
All this renders the Mitsubishi Turbocharger the most silent turbocharger that has ever been made.