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FACT BOOK

2010

Global Teamwork

Contents

Profile

Directors, Auditors and Officers

Stock and Shareholders

Cash Dividends and Ratings

Ten-Year Summary Consolidated / Non-Consolidated Consolidated: Quarterly

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Business Results

Capital Investment

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Research and Development

15

Financial Statements

16

Products and Applications

19

Manufacturing Operations of Construction, Mining and Utility Equipment, and Forest Machines Product Support Operations of Construction and Mining Equipment Manufacturing, Sales and Service Operations of Industrial Machinery and Others

Global Operations 26 32 33 Subsidiaries and Affiliates Market Forces

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Directory

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Company History

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Profile

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Profile

Company Name
Komatsu Ltd.

Net Sales (Fiscal year ended March 31, 2010) Consolidated: 1,431,564 million (US$ 15,393 million) * Non-Consolidated: 457,676 million (US$ 4,921 million) * Sales by Operation (Consolidated)
Industrial Machinery and Others

President and Chief Executive Officer


Kunio Noji

11.4% 162,989 million

Established
May 13,1921

Construction, Mining and Utility Equipment

88.6% 1,268,575 million

Head Office
2-3-6, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-8414, Japan

Affiliated Companies (As of March 31, 2010)


The Komatsu Group consists of Komatsu Ltd. and 183 other companies. Consolidated subsidiaries: 143 Companies accounted for by the equity method: 40

Main Businesses
Manufacture and sale of construction and mining equipment, utility equipment (compact machines), forest machines, industrial machinery andothers

Number of Employees (As of March 31, 2010)


Consolidated:
Total number of employees of Komatsu Ltd. and the 143 ( consolidated subsidiaries)

Common Stock
Consolidated: Non-Consolidated: 67,870 million (US$730 million) * (In accordance with generally accepted accounting principles in the United States of America.) 70,120 million (US$754 million) *

Non-Consolidated: Number of Employees: Average Age: Average Years of Service:


Note: The Company observes compulsory retirement at age 60.

38,518 8,142 38.2 15.3

U.S. dollar amounts are converted at the rate of 93 = US$1.00, the prevailing rate announced * by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York on March 31, 2010.

[Reference] Fiscal Years


From: To: April, 2000 March, 2001 April, 2001 March, 2002 April, 2002 March, 2003 April, 2003 March, 2004 April, 2004 March, 2005 April, 2005 March, 2006 April, 2006 March, 2007 April, 2007 March, 2008 April, 2008 March, 2009 April, 2009 March, 2010

Fiscal years Fiscal year ended Fiscal year ended Fiscal year ended Fiscal year ended Fiscal year ended Fiscal year ended Fiscal year ended Fiscal year ended Fiscal year ended Fiscal year ended ended March 31 March 31, 2001 March 31, 2002 March 31, 2003 March 31, 2004 March 31, 2005 March 31, 2006 March 31, 2007 March 31, 2008 March 31, 2009 March 31, 2010 Abbreviation 2001/3 2002/3 2003/3 2004/3 2005/3 2006/3 2007/3 2008/3 2009/3 2010/3

Directors, Auditors and Officers


(As of July 1, 2010)

Board of Directors
Masahiro Sakane
Chairman of the Board

Executive Officers
Hiroyuki Horii
Senior Executive Officer Vice President, Industrial Machinery Division President, Komatsu NTC Ltd.

Kikuo Ejima
Executive Officer President, Research Division

Kunio Noji
President and Chief Executive Officer

Yoshinori Komamura
Executive Vice President President, Construction & Mining Equipment Marketing Division

Susumu Yamanaka
Senior Executive Officer President, Defense Systems Division

Shuji Yamashita
Executive Officer Oyama Plant Manager, Production Division President, Komatsu Cummins Engine Co., Ltd.

Masakatsu Hioki
Senior Executive Officer Supervising Compliance, Legal Affairs, Human Resources, Education and Safety & Health Care

Masanao Mori
Executive Officer General Manager, Human Resources

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Directors, Auditors and Officers

Yasuo Suzuki
Director and Senior Executive Officer President, Industrial Machinery Division

Ichiro Nakano
Executive Officer General Manager, System Development Center, Development Division

Kenji Kinoshita
Director and Senior Executive Officer Chief Financial Officer Supervising Investor Relations

Shinichiro Komiya
Senior Executive Officer President, Japanese Domestic Marketing, Construction & Mining Equipment Marketing Division President, Komatsu Construction Equipment Sales and Service Japan Ltd.

Masao Fuchigami
Director and Senior Executive Officer Supervising Environment, Research, Design & Development and Quality Assurance

Hidetaka Kita
Executive Officer President, Product Support, Construction & Mining Equipment Marketing Division

Tetsuji Ohashi
Director and Senior Executive Officer President, Production Division Supervising Production and e-KOMATSU

Fusao Seki
Senior Executive Officer General Manager, CSR Supervising Corporate Communications and General Affairs

Noboru Sato
Executive Officer President, Overseas Marketing, Construction & Mining Equipment Marketing Division

Kensuke Hotta
Outside Director Chairman and Representative Director, Greenhill & Co. Japan Ltd.

Kazuhiko Iwata
Senior Executive Officer President, Global Mining Business, Construction & Mining Equipment Marketing Division

Yuichi Iwamoto
Executive Officer General Manager, Construction Equipment Technical Center 2, Development Division

Noriaki Kano
Outside Director Professor Emeritus, Tokyo University of Science

Mikio Fujitsuka
Senior Executive Officer General Manager, Corporate Planning President, Global Retail Finance Business Division Supervising Audits

Masayuki Moriyama
Executive Officer General Manager, Construction Equipment Technical Center 1, Development Division

Kouichi Ikeda
Outside Director Advisor, Asahi Breweries, Ltd.

Hiroyuki Ogawa
Executive Officer Ibaraki Plant Manager, Production Division

Fujitoshi Takamura
Senior Executive Officer President, Development Division

Yasuhiro Inagaki
Executive Officer General Manager, Business Development General Manager, Legal

Corporate Auditors
Masaji Kitamura
Standing Corporate Auditor

Ichiro Sasaki
Executive Officer Awazu Plant Manager, Production Division

Kyoji Torii
Standing Corporate Auditor

Noriyuki Sudo
Executive Officer President, Rental and Used Equipment Business, Construction & Mining Equipment Marketing Division President, Komatsu Used Equipment Corp.

Representatives of Region
Taizo Kayata
Senior Executive Officer Representative of All China Operations

Makoto Okitsu
Outside Corporate Auditor Advisor, Teijin Limited

Hiroyuki Kamano
Outside Corporate Auditor Partner, Kamano Sogo Law Offices

Yoshisada Takahashi
Executive Officer Vice President, Production Division Osaka Plant Manager

Nobukazu Kotake
Senior Executive Officer Deputy Representative of All China Operations (Responsible for Development, Product Planning and Quality Assurance)

Kunihiro Matsuo
Outside Corporate Auditor Attorney at Law

Tadashi Okada
Executive Officer Vice President, Industrial Machinery Division President, Komatsu Industries Corporation

Tetsuro Kajiya
Senior Executive Officer Deputy Representative of All China Operations (Responsible for Production and Procurement)

Masahiro Uegaki
Executive Officer President, Procurement Division

Koji Yamada
Senior Executive Officer Representative of All India Operations

Kazunori Kuromoto
Executive Officer President, ICT Business, Construction & Mining Equipment Marketing Division

Nobuki Hasegawa
Executive Officer Representative of All Indonesia Operations (Responsible for Development, Product Planning and Quality Assurance)

Mitsuru Ueno
Executive Officer President, Engines Business Division President, Industrial Power Alliance, Ltd.

Masao Fujita
Executive Officer Representative of All CIS Operations

Stock and Shareholders


(As of March 31, 2010)

Stock Listings Stock Code One Unit (tangen) of Shares Number of Shareholders
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Stock and Shareholders

Tokyo, Osaka 6301 100 267,505

Shares of Common Stock Issued and Outstanding 998,744,060 shares

Shareholders
Corporate 3.9%
1,928 shareholders 39,054,131 shares

Securities 2.2%

192 shareholders 22,155,502 shares

Individual and other 25.0%

Financial 33.6%

264,315 shareholders 250,172,861 shares

214 shareholders 336,172,401 shares

Foreign 35.1%

856 shareholders 351,189,165 shares


Note: F  ractions of percentages falling at the second and lower decimal places are omitted.

Stock Prices on the Tokyo Stock Exchange


Yen
High Low High Opening Closing Low Closing Opening

4,500 4,000 3,500 3,000 2,500 2,000 1,500 1,000 500 0 2006/3 High (yen) Low (yen) 2,255 715 2007/3 2,870 1,857 2008/3 4,090 2,175 2009/3 3,440 702 2010/3 2,099 1,090

Black: opening price > closing price White: closing price > opening price

Million shares

Average Daily Volume of Stock Traded, by Month

25 20 15 10 5 0 2006/3 2007/3 2008/3 2009/3 2010/3

Cash Dividends and Ratings


Cash Dividends
Basic Policy  Komatsu is building a sound financial position and flexible and agile corporate strengths to increase its

corporate value. Concerning cash dividends to shareholders, the Company maintains the policy of redistributing profits by considering consolidated business results and continuing stable dividends.  Specifically, the Company has set the goal of a consolidated payout ratio of 20% or higher, and maintains the policy of not decreasing dividends, as long as the consolidated payout ratio does not surpass 40%.

Annual Cash Dividends

Yen

50 40 30 20 10 0 2006/3 2007/3 8 10 18 15.6% 13 18 31 18.7% 2008/3 20 22 42 20.0% 2009/3 22 18 40 50.0% 2010/3 8 8 16 46.1%

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Cash Dividends and Ratings

Interim Year-end Total Payout ratio (consolidated)

Note:  Regarding FY2008 ended March 31, 2009, the consolidated payout ratio is 40%, not factoring in expenses incurred for structural reforms (JPY32.3 billion at operating income, JPY 19.6 billion at net income attributable to Komatsu Ltd.). Regarding FY2009 ended March 31, 2010, the consolidated payout ratio is 38%, not factoring in expenses incurred for structural reforms (JPY12.0  billion at operating income, JPY7.3 billion at net income attributable to Komatsu Ltd.).

Ratings

(As of March 31, 2010)

2006/3 Moodys A2

2007/3

2008/3

2009/3

2010/3

R& I

A+

AA-

S&P

BBB+

A-

A
R&I: Rating and Investment Information, Inc. S&P: Standard & Poors

Ten-Year Summary
Consolidated [U.S. GAAP]

* U.S. dollar amounts are converted and rounded off only for reference at a rate of 93 = US$1.00, the prevailing rate announced by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York on March 31, 2010.

2001/3

2002/3

2003/3

Sales and Profits

Net sales Cost of sales Segment profit (loss) Segment profit (loss) ratio (%) Operating income Operating income ratio (%) Income (loss) before income taxes and equity in earning of affiliated companies Net income (loss) attributable to Komatsu Ltd.

1,096,369 804,700 27,815 2.5 20,064 6,913

1,035,891 792,748 (13,221) (1.3) (106,724) (80,621)

1,027,290 770,515 28,813 2.8 23,972 2.3 9,853 3,009

Notes: 1.  Concerning the figures for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2002 and earlier, Komatsu Electronic Metals Co., Ltd. and its subsidiaries and the outdoor power equipment (OPE) of Komatsu Zenoah Co. and its subsidiaries engaging in the OPE business were not reclassified as discontinued operations resulting from the sale thereof. 2.  Net income attributable to Komatsu Ltd. is equivalent to Net income for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2009 and preceding fiscal years.

Balance Sheets

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Ten-Year Summary

Total assets Working capital Property, plant and equipment Shareholders' equity Shareholders' equity ratio (%) Net interest-bearing debt Net debt-to-equity ratio (times)

1,403,195 135,990 438,795 474,257 33.8 427,616 0.90

1,340,282 100,564 405,301 395,143 29.5 430,429 1.09

1,306,354 175,764 400,087 395,366 30.3 448,326 1.13

Note: Net interest-bearing debt = interest-bearing debt - cash and cash equivalents - time deposits

ROA (Return on Assets) and ROE (Return on Equity)

ROA (%) ROE (%)

1.4 1.4

(7.8) (18.5)

0.7 0.8

Note: C  oncerning ROA for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2002 and earlier, Komatsu Electronic Metals Co., Ltd. and its subsidiaries and the outdoor power equipment (OPE) of Komatsu Zenoah Co. and its subsidiaries engaging in the OPE business were not reclassified as discontinued operations resulting from the sale thereof.

Cash Flows

Net cash provided by operating activities Net cash used in investing activities Net cash provided by (used in) financing activities Cash and cash equivalents, end of year Capital investment Depreciation and amortization Research and development expenses

69,976 (35,142) (75,863) 39,760 79,310 59,675 45,282

60,321 (16,933) (40,455) 45,392 74,468 54,239 44,083

48,257 (36,018) 18,846 76,152 70,473 62,947 39,027

Capital Investment and Research and Development Expenses

Note: C  oncerning the figures for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2005 and earlier, Komatsu Electronic Metals Co., Ltd. and its subsidiaries and the outdoor power equipment (OPE) of Komatsu Zenoah Co. and its subsidiaries engaging in the OPE business were not reclassified as discontinued operations resulting from the sale thereof.

Per-Share Data (yen) Number of Employees

Net income (loss) attributable to Komatsu Ltd. per share Shareholders' equity per share

7.24 497.12 32,002 126 112

(84.46) 414.02 30,760 133 126

3.09 398.34 30,666 118 121

Exchange Rate to the U.S. dollar (yen) At fiscal period-end


* per the Federal Reserve Bank of New York

Average for the fiscal year

Non-Consolidated
Sales and Profits
Net sales Ordinary income (loss) Net income (loss) Net income (loss) per share (yen) Cash dividends per share 430,270 11,281 7,222 7.52 6.00 382,908 3,794 (41,828) (43.81) 6.00 376,912 12,634 3,486 3.50 6.00

Cash Dividends (yen)

Ten-Year Summary

Millions of yen except Millions of U.S. dollars* per share amounts per share amounts

2004/3

2005/3

2006/3

2007/3

2008/3

2009/3

2010/3

1,127,300 830,897 60,834 5.4 29,870 2.6 22,503 26,963

1,356,071 1,009,859 94,201 6.9 95,862 7.1 91,869 59,010

1,612,140 1,185,240 164,501 10.2 163,428 10.1 155,779 114,290

1,893,343 1,356,511 249,746 13.2 244,741 12.9 236,491 164,638

2,243,023 1,590,963 334,586 14.9 332,850 14.8 322,210 208,793

2,021,743 1,510,408 188,658 9.3 151,948 7.5 128,782 78,797

1,431,564 1,101,559 80,719 5.6 67,035 4.7 64,979 33,559

$15,393 11,845 868 721 699 361

1.7 6.6

6.6 13.1

10.0 20.8

13.5 23.5

16.3 25.1

6.3 9.3

3.3 4.1

117,290 (40,931) (78,971) 71,406 78,049 62,220 42,602

121,369 (37,731) (57,835) 97,510 89,019 60,611 46,448

136,107 (81,792) (83,460) 69,997 113,934 51,737 44,560

162,124 (99,620) (41,389) 92,199 129,680 59,765 46,306

160,985 (128,182) (17,422) 102,010 145,730 69,141 49,673

78,775 (145,368) 57,219 90,563 162,512 84,630 53,736

182,161 (72,967) (116,363) 82,429 96,191 81,582 46,449

1,959 (785) (1,251) 886 1,034 877 500

27.17 428.73 31,635 104 113

59.51 481.27 33,008 107 107

115.13 626.98 34,597 117 114

165.70 781.57 33,863 118 117

209.87 891.49 39,267 100 114

79.95 842.04 39,855 99 101

34.67 861.51 38,518 93 93

37.28 926.35

Millions of yen except per share amounts

Millions of U.S. dollars* per share amounts

418,686 19,942 10,588 10.50 7.00

523,592 33,417 17,042 16.91 11.00

627,319 60,662 32,635 32.53 18.00

758,529 98,149 82,843 83.34 31.00

926,731 135,500 96,832 97.28 42.00

787,028 40,034 9,317 9.45 40.00

457,676 (1,120) 2,378 2.46 16.00

$ 4,921 (12) 26 2.65 17.20

Ten-Year Summary

1,348,645 191,680 367,361 425,507 31.6 388,598 0.91

1,449,068 172,998 366,660 477,144 32.9 334,729 0.70

1,652,125 259,058 400,667 622,997 37.7 307,862 0.49

1,843,982 358,565 388,393 776,717 42.1 256,821 0.33

2,105,146 412,145 491,146 887,126 42.1 349,988 0.39

1,969,059 370,952 525,462 814,941 41.4 509,248 0.62

1,959,055 398,375 525,100 833,975 42.6 502,818 0.60

21,065 4,284 5,646 8,967 5,407

Financial Highlights (Consolidated)


Net sales*
Billions of yen 2,500 2,000 1,500 1,000 500 0
2006/3 2007/3 2008/3 2009/3 2010/3

Segment profit* and segment profit ratio*


Billions of yen 350 280 210 140 70 0
2006/3 2007/3 2008/3 2009/3 2010/3

% 15 12 9 6 3 0

Net sales*

1,612.1

1,893.3

2,243.0

2,021.7

1,431.5

Segment profit* Segment profit ratio*

164.5 10.2

249.7 13.2

334.5 14.9

188.6 9.3

80.7 5.6

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Financial Highlights (Consolidated)

Operating income* and operating income ratio*


Billions of yen 350 280 210 140 70 0
2006/3 2007/3 2008/3 2009/3 2010/3

Income before income taxes and equity in earnings of affiliated companies* and ROA*
% 15 12 9 6 3 0 Billions of yen 350 280 210 140 70 0
2006/3 2007/3 2008/3 2009/3 2010/3

% 20 16 12 8 4 0

Operating income* Operating income ratio*

163.4 10.1

244.7 12.9

332.8 14.8

151.9 7.5

67.0 4.7

Income before income taxes and equity in earnings of affiliated companies* ROA*

155.7 10.0

236.4 13.5

322.2 16.3

128.7 6.3

64.9 3.3

Net income attributable to Komatsu Ltd. and ROE


Billions of yen 250 200 150 100 50 0
2006/3 2007/3 2008/3 2009/3 2010/3

Net income attributable to Komatsu Ltd. per share


% 30 24 18 12 6 0 Yen 250 200 150 100 50 0
2006/3 2007/3 2008/3 2009/3 2010/3

Net income attributable to Komatsu Ltd. ROE

114.2 20.8

164.6 23.5

208.7 25.1

78.7 9.3

33.5 4.1

Net income attributable to Komatsu Ltd. per share

115.13

165.70

209.87

79.95

34.67

Notes 1.  * In accordance with Statement of Financial Accounting Standards No.144, "Accounting for the Impairment or Disposal of Long-Lived Assets," the consolidated statement of income have been retrospectively reclassified as for the discontinued operations from FY2006, ended March 31, 2007. 2. Net income attributable to Komatsu Ltd. is equivalent to Net income for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2009 and preceding fiscal years.

Financial Highlights (Consolidated)

Total assets
Billions of yen 2,500 2,000 1,500 1,000 500 0
2006/3 2007/3 2008/3 2009/3 2010/3

Shareholders equity and shareholders equity ratio


Billions of yen 1,000 800 600 400 200 0
2006/3 2007/3 2008/3 2009/3 2010/3

% 50 40 30 20 10 0

Total assets

1,652.1

1,843.9

2,105.1

1,969.0

1,959.0

Shareholders equity Shareholders equity ratio

622.9 37.7

776.7 42.1

887.1 42.1

814.9 41.4

833.9 42.6

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Billions of yen 600 480 360 240 120 0
2006/3 2007/3 2008/3 2009/3 2010/3

Times 0.80 0.64 0.48 0.32 0.16 0


2006/3 2007/3 2008/3 2009/3 2010/3

Net interest-bearing debt

307.8

256.8

349.9

509.2

502.8

Net debt-to-equity ratio

0.49

0.33

0.39

0.62

0.60

Note: N  et interest-bearing debt = interest-bearing debt - cash and cash equivalents - time deposits

Note: N  et debt-to-equity ratio = (interest-bearing debt - cash and cash equivalents - time deposits)/shareholders' equity

Shareholders equity per share


Yen 1,000 800 600 400 200 0
2006/3 2007/3 2008/3 2009/3 2010/3

Shareholders equity per share

626.98

781.57

891.49

842.04

861.51

Financial Highlights (Consolidated)

Net interest-bearing debt

Net debt-to-equity ratio

Financial Highlights (Consolidated)


Sales by operation (to outside customers)
Billions of yen 2,500 2,000 1,500 1,000 500 0
2007/3 2008/3 2009/3 2010/3

Sales by region (to outside customers)


Billions of yen 2,500 2,000 1,500 1,000 500 0
2007/3 2008/3 2009/3 2010/3

Construction, mining and utility equipment Industrial machinery and others

1,711.2 182.0

2,048.7 194.3

1,744.7 277.0

1,268.5 162.9

Japan Americas Europe and CIS China Asia and Oceania Middle East and Africa

487.1 537.8 324.0 129.4 252.7 162.1

505.1 541.1 427.6 189.9 348.4 230.6

452.1 503.4 284.0 236.2 335.5 210.2

323.8 323.9 127.3 270.8 299.8 85.6

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Financial Highlights (Consolidated)

Sales of construction, mining and utility equipment by region (to outside customers)
Billions of yen 2,500 2,000 1,500 1,000 500 0
2007/3 2008/3 2009/3 2010/3

Segment profit
Billions of yen 350 280 210 140 70 0
2007/3 2008/3 2009/3 2010/3

Japan Americas Europe and CIS China Asia and Oceania Middle East and Africa

367.0 510.0 320.8 112.5 238.8 161.8

370.7 510.5 427.0 181.4 328.7 230.1

309.8 462.4 273.2 179.2 309.7 210.2

228.5 306.1 122.0 244.5 281.8 85.5

Construction, mining and utility equipment Industrial machinery and others

232.6 20.3

317.8 19.9

180.4 12.8

83.0 2.9

Segment profit ratio


% 20 16 12 8 4 0
2007/3 2008/3 2009/3 2010/3

Consolidated companies including Komatsu Ltd. and employees


Employees 40,000 32,000 24,000 16,000 8,000 0
2006/3 2007/3 2008/3 2009/3 2010/3

Companies 200 160 120 80 40 0

Construction, mining and utility equipment Industrial machinery and others

13.5 10.0

15.5 9.2

10.3 4.2

6.5 1.7

Number of employees Number of consolidated companies including Komatsu Ltd.

34,597 158

33,863 146

39,267 166

39,855 165

38,518 144

Note: S  tarting in the fiscal year ended March 31, 2009, Komatsu changed its business segments, and thus some figures of sales by operation and segment information for the fiscal years, ended March 31, 2008 and 2007, are presented after reclassifying according to the new segmentation.

Financial Highlights (Non-Consolidated)


Net sales
Billions of yen 1,000 800 600 400 200 0
2006/3 2007/3 2008/3 2009/3 2010/3

Ordinary income (loss)


Billions of yen 160 120 80 40 0 -40
2006/3 2007/3 2008/3 2009/3 2010/3

Net sales

627.3

758.5

926.7

787.0

457.6

Ordinary income (loss)

60.6

98.1

135.5

40.0

(1.1)

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Billions of yen 100 80 60 40 20 0
2006/3 2007/3 2008/3 2009/3 2010/3

Yen 100 80 60 40 20 0
2006/3 2007/3 2008/3 2009/3 2010/3

Net income

32.6

82.8

96.8

9.3

2.3

Net income per share

32.53

83.34

97.28

9.45

2.46

Financial Highlights (Non-Consolidated)

Net income

Net income per share

Financial Highlights (Consolidated: Quarterly)


Sales by operation (to outside customers)
Billions of yen 625 500 375 250 125 0
2007/3 2008/3 2009/3 2010/3

1Q Construction, mining and utility equipment Industrial machinery and others 398.4 30.9

2Q 409.6 49.3

3Q 416.8 34.2

4Q 486.3 67.5

1Q 501.8 39.0

2Q 487.6 51.4

3Q 500.4 48.5

4Q 558.7 55.2

1Q 534.0 72.7

2Q 516.1 88.3

3Q 378.4 52.9

4Q 316.0 62.9

1Q 284.6 35.7

2Q 284.9 40.6

3Q 316.8 41.0

4Q 382.0 45.5

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Financial Highlights (Consolidated: Quarterly)

Sales by region (to outside customers)


Billions of yen 625 500 375 250 125 0
2007/3 2008/3 2009/3 2010/3

1Q Japan Americas Europe and CIS China Asia and Oceania Middle East and Africa 103.0 139.5 66.4 31.9 53.6 34.8

2Q 121.8 133.6 74.0 23.3 66.9 39.1

3Q 120.3 125.6 78.2 25.9 62.9 37.7

4Q 141.8 138.9 105.3 48.1 69.1 50.3

1Q 108.7 143.3 110.2 47.3 82.2 48.9

2Q 125.7 134.5 102.8 34.0 81.3 60.5

3Q 135.5 121.9 104.5 44.0 92.6 50.2

4Q 135.2 141.2 110.0 64.4 92.1 70.7

1Q 106.5 147.6 108.8 80.4 105.5 57.7

2Q 128.4 153.3 91.6 54.1 104.5 72.3

3Q 112.3 109.9 48.8 36.0 69.5 54.6

4Q 104.8 92.5 34.6 65.5 55.9 25.4

1Q 68.7 80.3 36.0 59.4 57.6 18.1

2Q 81.9 71.9 26.1 58.3 66.1 20.9

3Q 87.3 80.4 30.6 60.8 78.0 20.7

4Q 85.7 91.2 34.5 92.2 98.0 25.7

Sales of construction, mining and utility equipment by region (to outside customers)
Billions of yen 600 480 360 240 120 0
2007/3 2008/3 2009/3 2010/3

1Q Japan Americas Europe and CIS China Asia and Oceania Middle East and Africa 83.3 134.2 66.3 28.2 51.4 34.8

2Q 91.0 125.3 73.2 20.3 60.6 39.0

3Q 97.1 119.4 77.9 23.9 60.5 37.7

4Q 95.5 131.0 103.2 40.0 66.2 50.2

1Q 83.4 134.6 110.0 45.6 79.1 48.9

2Q 89.2 125.7 102.5 31.9 77.6 60.5

3Q 100.8 115.7 104.5 41.3 87.8 50.1

4Q 97.2 134.4 109.9 62.5 84.1 70.5

1Q 80.0 130.8 107.9 62.4 95.0 57.7

2Q 81.3 139.1 84.8 39.1 99.3 72.3

3Q 84.4 103.0 47.1 23.9 65.1 54.6

4Q 64.1 89.3 33.3 53.6 50.1 25.4

1Q 51.7 72.8 32.0 55.4 54.3 18.1

2Q 54.7 70.4 26.7 49.0 62.9 20.8

3Q 60.6 76.2 30.1 55.5 73.5 20.7

4Q 61.3 86.5 33.0 84.4 91.0 25.7

Note: S  tarting in the fiscal year ended March 31, 2009, Komatsu changed its business segments, and thus some figures of sales by operation and segment information for the fiscal years, ended March 31, 2008 and 2007, are presented after reclassifying according to the new segmentation.

Financial Highlights (Consolidated: Quarterly)

Segment profit (loss) and segment profit (loss) ratio


Billions of yen 100 75 50 25 0 -25
2007/3 2008/3 2009/3 2010/3

% 20 15 10 5 0 -5 1Q 2Q 59.8 13.0 3Q 58.1 12.9 4Q 78.3 14.1 1Q 81.4 15.1 2Q 80.3 14.9 3Q 78.7 14.3 4Q 94.0 15.3 1Q 81.6 13.5 2Q 77.7 12.9 3Q 41.5 9.6 4Q (12.3) (3.2) 1Q 8.4 2.6 2Q 12.9 4.0 3Q 20.8 5.8 4Q 38.5 9.0

Segment profit (loss) Segment profit (loss) ratio

53.4 12.4

Segment profit (loss)


Billions of yen 100 75 50 25 0 -25
2007/3 2008/3 2009/3 2010/3

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Financial Highlights (Consolidated: Quarterly)

1Q Construction, mining and utility equipment Industrial machinery and others 51.7 2.0

2Q 55.5 5.8

3Q 54.9 4.0

4Q 70.4 8.4

1Q 78.2 3.8

2Q 74.5 6.4

3Q 74.7 4.9

4Q 90.3 4.7

1Q 78.3 4.7

2Q 70.3 9.1

3Q 39.3 2.3

4Q (7.6) (3.4)

1Q 7.4 2.8

2Q 13.3 0.7

3Q 23.3 (1.3)

4Q 38.9 0.7

Segment profit (loss) ratio


% 20 15 10 5 0 -5
2007/3 2008/3 2009/3 2010/3

1Q Construction, mining and utility equipment Industrial machinery and others 12.9 5.8

2Q 13.5 10.3

3Q 13.1 10.2

4Q 14.5 11.7

1Q 15.6 8.7

2Q 15.2 11.4

3Q 14.9 9.2

4Q 16.1 7.5

1Q 14.6 6.1

2Q 13.6 9.6

3Q 10.4 4.0

4Q (2.4) (4.8)

1Q 2.6 7.2

2Q 4.7 1.8

3Q 7.4 (3.2)

4Q 10.2 1.5

Note: S  tarting in the fiscal year ended March 31, 2009, Komatsu changed its business segments, and thus some figures of sales by operation and segment information for the fiscal years, ended March 31, 2008 and 2007, are presented after reclassifying according to the new segmentation.

Capital Investment
Capital investment and depreciation and amortization
Billions of yen 175 140 105 70 35 0
2007/3 2008/3 2009/3 2010/3

Construction, mining and utility equipment Industrial machinery and others Total Depreciation and amortization

119.1 10.5 129.6 59.7

141.1 4.5 145.7 69.1

152.8 9.7 162.5 84.6

92.9 3.2 96.1 81.5

Note: S  tarting in the fiscal year ended March 31, 2009, Komatsu changed its business segments, and thus some figures for the fiscal years, ended March 31, 2008 and 2007, are presented after reclassifying according to the new segmentation.

Investments in production facilities and others


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Capital Investment
Billions of yen 175 140 105 70 35 0
2007/3 2008/3 2009/3 2010/3

Investments in rental assets


Billions of yen 175 140 105 70 35 0
2007/3 2008/3 2009/3 2010/3

Construction, mining and utility equipment Industrial machinery and others Total

75.8 9.6 85.4

85.9 3.7 89.6

101.5 8.6 110.1

61.0 2.8 63.8

Construction, mining and utility equipment Industrial machinery and others Total

43.2 0.9 44.1

55.3 0.8 56.1

51.3 1.1 52.4

31.9 0.3 32.3

Research and Development


Policy and Organization
Komatsu is actively engaged in research and development activities for new technologies, new products and new services consistent with its commitment to provide Quality and Reliability. Komatsus research and development activities are conducted by various groups within Komatsu. With respect to the Construction, Mining and Utility Equipment operating segment, the Research Division and the Development Division as well as development centers that focus on construction, mining and utility equipment are involved in research and development activities. The Industrial Machinery Division and the technology departments of Komatsus subsidiaries and afliates are responsible for research and development activities relating to the Industrial Machinery and Others operating segment.

R&D expenses and their ratio to sales amount


Billions of yen 55 44 33 22 11 0
2007/3 2008/3 2009/3 2010/3

% 3.5 2.8 2.1 1.4 0.7 0.0 Note: S  tarting in the fiscal year ended March 31, 2009, Komatsu changed its business segments, and thus some figures for the fiscal years, ended March 31, 2008 and 2007, are presented after reclassifying according to the new segmentation.

Construction, mining and utility equipment Industrial machinery and others Percentage of net sales

39.7 6.5 2.4

44.0 5.6 2.2

47.0 6.7 2.7

40.3 6.0 3.2

Approaches
Construction, Mining and Utility Equipment
In order to develop construction, mining and utility equipment that can be used in various parts of the world, Komatsu has established research and development centers in Japan and overseas and has encouraged joint research and development programs as well as personnel exchanges. With the goal of assisting its customers improve their productivity, Komatsus medium- and long-term research and development objectives are as follows. < To make advancements in the use of information and communication technology (ICT) > Komatsu has been engaged in the research and development of ICT, (which enables remote management of equipment by obtaining information regarding machine locations, operating conditions and vehicle health, via state-of-the-art GPS, remote sensing and telecommunication technologies), control technology and articial intelligence. Equipment with control systems and management systems using these technologies has been rapidly penetrating the construction and mining equipment market. Komatsu is striving to achieve the complete automation of its equipment. Komatsu has made advances in ICT construction to the next stage from the perspective of the customer. < To increase the environmental friendliness of its products > Komatsu has made advances in research and development relating to energy conservation, component recycling and reuse, and the evaluation of environmental impact through lifecycle assessment techniques based on the belief that it is possible to reduce environmental impact while achieving economic efciency. In particular, in recent years, Komatsus rst priority in research and development has been to develop technology to reduce fuel consumption by its machines, which leads to both CO2 emission reduction and economic benets to customers. Komatsu introduced the world's rst hybrid hydraulic excavator on the Japanese market and then the Chinese market. Komatsu is also making preparations for its diesel-engine machines to meet the stringent clean-air standards phased in by Japan, the US and the EU starting in 2011. Komatsu is continuously seeking to develop new technology for cleaner exhaust gas to meet stricter emissions standards that are to become effective in the future. In addition, Komatsu has worked to improve the working conditions for machine operators by improving safety measures and reducing noise and vibration levels of its machines. In the business of forklift trucks, Komatsu Utility Co., Ltd. has introduced 2-and 3-ton series of diesel engine models on the Japanese and overseas markets.

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Research and Development

Industrial Machinery and Others


In the eld of large presses, Komatsu has focused on developing functional enhancements of AC Servo press in response to the customers growing need for production cost reduction. With respect to sheet-metal machines, Komatsu Industries Corporation developed 100Kw plasma power source having the world's best output, and has released the large TWISTER type TFPL-Blade, capable of high-speed high precision cutting of mild steel up to 50mm thickness. With respect to small AC Servo presses, sheet-metal machines, laser cutting machines, Komatsu Industries has developed KOMTRAX-equipped models designed mainly to monitor their operating conditions after delivery. With respect to machine tools, Komatsu Machinery Corporation has developed the largest crankshaft milling machine type GPM1600E, and also new milling machine, type GPM250B-2, for automobile engine's crankshaft. Komatsu Engineering Corporation has improved the precision of the Chip ID Marker. For the Chip ID Marker, Komatsu has led the world in development and application of the laser irradiation, which allows customers to physically write manufacturing history on the top surface of individual IC chips on the wafer. KELK Ltd. has promoted the research and development of high-performance temperature control equipment, high-performance thermoelectric module heat exchange units and micro thermo-modules for use in optical communications.

Financial Statements
Consolidated
The consolidated financial statements are prepared in accordance with accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America.

Consolidated Statements of Income

(April 1, 2009 - March 31, 2010) Millions of * U.S. dollars

Millions of yen

1,431,564 Net sales 1,101,559 Cost of sales Selling, general and 249,286 administrative expenses (13,684) Other operating income (expenses) 67,035 Operating income Other income (expenses) 6,158 Interest and dividend income (8,502) Interest expense 288 Other-net (2,056) Other income (expenses) Income before income taxes and equity 64,979 in earnings of affiliated companies 25,364 Income taxes 39,615 Income before equity in earning of affiliated companies 1,588 Equity in earnings of affiliated companies 41,203 Net income Less net income attributable to (7,644) noncontrolling interests 33,559 Net income attributable to Komatsu Ltd. 16
Financial Statements

$ 15,393 11,845 2,680 (147) 721 66 (91) 3 (22) 699 273 426 17 443 (82) $ 361
Note : *  U.S. dollar amounts are converted and rounded off only for reference at a rate of 93 = US$1.00, the prevailing rate announced by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York on March 31, 2010.

Consolidated Statements of Equity

(April 1, 2009 - March 31, 2010) Millions of yen

Common stock Balance at March 31, 2009 Cash dividends Transfer to retained earnings appropriated for legal reserve Other changes Comprehensive income Net income Other comprehensive income (loss), net of tax Foreign currency translation adjustments Net unrealized holding gains on securities available for sale Pension liability adjustments Net unrealized holding gains on derivative instruments Total comprehensive income Issuance and exercise of stock acquisition rights Purchase of treasury stock Sales of treasury stock Balance at March 31, 2010 67,870

Retained earnings Capital Appropriated Unapprosurplus for legal priated reserve 140,092 28,472 719,222 (25,180) 3,511 (3,511)

Accumulated Treasury other comprehensive stock income (loss) (105,744)

Total NonKomatsu Ltd. controlling Total equity shareholders interests equity 33,393 848,334 (3,368) (28,548) 2,531 41,203

(34,971) 814,941 (25,180) 33,559

2,531 7,644

33,559

(904) 5,480 4,920 614

(904) 5,480 4,920 614 43,669 413 (40) 172

1,897 2 725 10,268

993 5,480 4,922 1,339 53,937 413 (40) 172

413 (84) 67,870 140,421 31,983 724,090 (95,634) (40) 256

(34,755) 833,975

42,824

876,799

Financial Statements

Consolidated Balance Sheets

(As of March 31, 2010) Millions of * U.S. dollars

Consolidated Statements of Cash Flows

(April 1, 2009 - March 31, 2010) Millions of * U.S. dollars

Assets
Current assets Cash and cash equivalents Time deposits Trade notes and accounts receivable Inventories Deferred income taxes and other current assets Long-term trade receivables Investments Property, plant and equipment less accumulated depreciation Other assets Total

Millions of yen

Millions of yen

1,040,121 82,429 1,132 447,693 396,416 112,451 150,972 86,868 525,100 155,994 1,959,055

$ 11,184 886 12 4,814 4,263 1,209 1,623 934 5,646 1,677 $ 21,065

Liabilities and equity

Millions of yen

Millions of * U.S. dollars

Operating activities 41,203 Net income Adjustments to reconcile net income to net cash provided by (used in) operating activities: 91,319 Depreciation and amortization (7,358) Deferred income taxes Net loss (gain) from sale of investment (679) securities and subsidiaries (373) Net loss (gain) on sale of property 2,244 Loss on disposal of fixed assets 3,332 Impairment loss on long-lived assets (55) Pension and retirement benefits, net Changes in assets and liabilities: (71,459) Decrease (increase) in trade receivables 117,707 Decrease (increase) in inventories (8,354) Increase (decrease) in trade payables 11,311 Increase (decrease) in income taxes payable 3,323 Other, net 182,161 Net cash provided by (used in) operating activities Investing activities Capital expenditures Proceeds from sale of property Proceeds from sale of available for sale investment securities Purchases of available for sale investment securities Proceeds from sale of subsidiaries and equity investees, net of cash disposed Acquisition of subsidiaries and equity investees, net of cash acquired Collection of loan receivables Disbursement of loan receivables Decrease (increase) in time deposits Net cash provided (used in) investing activities (92,401) 11,212 1,005 (4,826) 661 1,107 11,559 (667) (617) (72,967)

$ 443

982 (79) (7) (4) 24 36 (1) (768) 1,266 (90) 122 36 1,959 (994) 121 11 (52) 7 12 124 (7) (7) (785) 1,674 (786) (1,495) (336) 1 (271) (39) (1,251) (10) (87) 974 $ 886

641,746 Current liabilities Short-term debt (including current 229,394 maturities of long-term debt) 207,024 Trade notes, bills and accounts payable 22,004 Income taxes payable 183,324 Deferred income taxes and other current liabilities 440,510 Long-term liabilities 1,082,256 Total long-term liabilities Komatsu Ltd. shareholders equity 67,870 Common stock 140,421 Capital surplus 756,073 Retained earnings (95,634) Accumulated other comprehensive income (loss) (34,755) Treasury stock 833,975 Total Komatsu Ltd. shareholders equity 42,824 Noncontrolling interests 876,799 Total equity 1,959,055 Total

$ 6,900 2,467 2,226 237 1,971 4,737 11,637 730 1,510 8,130 (1,028) (374) 8,967 460 9,428 $ 21,065

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Financial Statements

Financing activities 155,641 Proceeds from long-term debt (73,052) Repayments on long-term debt (139,067) Increase (decrease) in short-term debt, net (31,240) Repayments of capital lease obligations 132 Sale purchase of treasury stock, net (25,180) Dividends paid (3,597) Other, net (116,363) Net cash provided by (used in) financing activities Effect of exchange rate change on cash (965) and cash equivalents Net increase (decrease) in cash and (8,134) cash equivalents 90,563 Cash and cash equivalents, beginning of year 82,429 Cash and cash equivalents, end of year

Note : *  U.S. dollar amounts are converted and rounded off only for reference at a rate of 93 = US$1.00, the prevailing rate announced by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York on March 31, 2010.

Financial Statements
Consolidated
Business Segment Information

(April 1, 2009 - March 31, 2010)

Information by Operating Segment


Net sales Construction, mining and utility equipment Industrial machinery and others Elimination Consolidated Segment profit Construction, mining and utility equipment Industrial machinery and others Total Corporate expenses and elimination Consolidated segment profit Other operating income (expenses) Operating income Interest and dividend income Interest expense Other-net Income before income taxes, minority interests and equity in earnings of affiliated companies 1,271,265 178,608 (18,309) 1,431,564 Identifiable assets Construction, mining and utility equipment Industrial machinery and others Corporate assets and elimination Consolidated Depreciation and amortization Construction, mining and utility equipment Industrial machinery and others Consolidated Capital investment Construction, mining and utility equipment Industrial machinery and others Consolidated

Millions of yen

1,682,542 207,551 68,962 1,959,055

83,061 2,998 86,059 (5,340) 80,719 (13,684) 67,035 6,158 (8,502) 228 64,979

82,508 7,707 90,215

92,979 3,212 96,191

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Financial Statements

Geographic Information
Net sales recognized by geographic origin and property, plant and equipment
Millions of yen

Japan Net sales Property, plant and equipment 498,568 380,592

U.S.A. 311,170 62,637

Europe and CIS 141,510 35,811

Others 480,316 46,060

Total 1,431,564 525,100

Note : N  o individual country within Europe or other areas had a material impact on net sales or property, plant and equipment. There were no sales to a single major external customer for the year ended March 31, 2010.

Supplemental Information
The following information is disclosed in the light of the disclosure requirement of Japanese Securities and Exchange Law.

Information by region

Millions of yen

Japan Net sales Segment profit Identifiable assets


Overseas sales

Americas 347,717 33,982 417,423

Europe and CIS 162,610 10,460 196,469

Others 490,256 60,151 482,424

Total 1,717,302 84,810 2,225,707

Corporate and Consolidated elimination

716,719 (19,783) 1,129,391

(285,738) (4,091) (266,652)

1,431,564 80,719 1,959,055


Millions of yen

Note : S  ales amount of each region includes inter-region transactions.

Americas Overseas sales Consolidated net sales Ratio of overseas sales to consolidated net sales (%) 323,984 22.7

Europe and CIS 127,377 8.9

Others 656,390 45.8

Total 1,107,751 1,431,564 77.4

Notes : 1  . Overseas sales represent the sales of the Company and its consolidated subsidiaries to areas other than Japan. 2. Area segments are separated by the geographic proximity. 3. Main countries or areas of each segment above are as follows: a) Americas : North America and Latin America b) Europe and CIS : Germany, U.K. and Russia c) Other : China, Oceania, Southeast Asia, Middle East and Africa

Products and Applications

Komatsu established in 1921, is a diversified provider of industrial-use products and services. While remaining an international leader in the field of construction and mining equipment, the Komatsu Group engages in other businesses, such as utility equipment (compact machines), forest machines, industrial machinery, logistics and other solutions-based operations. By upholding "Quality and Reliability" as the most important management policy, Komatsu is resolutely committed to providing safe, innovative products and services that best meet the needs and expectations of its customers around the world.

Categories

Main products
Hydraulic excavators, Wheel loaders, Bulldozers, Motor graders, Dump trucks, Articulated dump trucks Mini hydraulic excavators, Skid steer loaders, Backhoe loaders, Mini wheel loaders, Forklift trucks Harvesters, Forwarders, Feller-bunchers Mobile crushers, Mobile soil stabilizers, Mobile tub grinders, Mobile screens Demolition, Slag handling, Airport, etc.

Construction and Mining Equipment Utility Equipment (Compact Machines) Forest Machines Recycling Equipment Other Specific Equipment

Tunneling Machines  Shield machines, Tunnel boring machines,


Small-diameter pipe jacking machines("Ironmole")

Engines, Components and Casting Products Metal Forging and Stamping Presses Sheet-Metal Machines Machine Tools

Diesel engines, Hydraulic equipment, Casting products

Large presses, Small and medium-sized presses, Forging presses, Servo presses

Press brakes, Shears, Laser cutting machines, Fine plasma cutting machines Crankshaft millers, Transfer machines, Machining centers, Wire saws

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Products and Applications

Others  Defense-related equipment, Thermoelectric modules,


Temperature-control equipment for semiconductor manufacturing, Excimer lasers Packing and transport, Prefabricated commercial-use structures, Engineering, CSS-Net

Products and Applications


Construction and Mining Equipment
Hydraulic excavators
Suitable for excavating tightly packed earth and used for a wide range of land excavation such as civil engineering, pipe jacking and mining. Designed particularly for work in confined zones, minimal rear-swing radius and small rear-swing radius models are also available for wheel-type hydraulic excavators.

[Product Range]
PC01 Bucket capacity : 0.008m3 Operating weight : 300kg PC8000 Bucket capacity : 42m3 Operating weight : 720,000kg

Minimal rear-swing radius hydraulic excavator [PC138US]

Hydraulic excavator [PC200]

Wheeled hydraulic excavator [PW180]

Super-large hydraulic excavator [PC2000]

Wheel loaders
Used for loading excavated earth and rocks, ranging from small wheel loaders for civil engineering to super-large ones for mining.

[Product Range]
WA10 Bucket capacity : 0.16m3 Operating weight : 1,065kg WA1200 Bucket capacity : 20m3 Operating weight : 210,200kg

Wheel loader [WA40]

Wheel loader [WA320]

Wheel loader [WA600]

Wheel loader [WA900]

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Products and Applications

Bulldozers
Designed for excavating earth and hauling excavated rocks as well as capable for leveling earth.

[Product Range]
D21A Blade capacity : 0.57m3 Operating weight : 3,940kg D575A Super Dozer Blade capacity : 69m3 Operating weight : 152,600kg Bulldozer [D475A] Motor grader [GD655]

Motor graders Vibratory rollers


Motor graders are designed for preparing the substrate of roads and other flat earth as well as leveling aggregate. Vibratory rollers are used for compacting roadbed. Bulldozer [D51PX] Bulldozer [D155AX]

Notes: 1. These products are manufactured at Komatsu and its subsidiaries all around the world. Please refer to the production items for each company on pages 28-31. 2. The machines shown are examples of typical models. Some machines are available only in particular countries or regions.

Products and Applications

Dump trucks Articulated dump trucks Crawler carriers


Designed for hauling construction materials and excavated earth and rocks, they range from 25ton-class mechanical-drive dump trucks used for quarrying to 300 ton-class electrical-drive dump trucks for mining. In addition to rigid dump trucks, articulated dump trucks and crawler carriers are available, which feature excellent performance of low ground pressure on rough roads. Dump truck [HD785] Super-large dump truck [860E]

[Product Range]
HD255 MAX. payload : 25,000kg 960E MAX. payload : 327,000kg

Articulated dump truck [HM300]

Crawler carrier [CD110R]

Utility Equipment (Compact Machines)


Mini excavators
Mini excavators can be used in various ways such as digging and loading earth into a dump truck. Its tight swing radius is best suited for working in a confined area. Micro excavator [PC05] Minimal rear-swing radius mini hydraulic excavator [PC30MR]

Skid steer loaders


Skid steer loaders can dig and move landscaping and building materials, clean roads, grind asphalt, clear the road from snow and serve many other purposes.

Backhoe loaders
Backhoe loaders are versatile, multipurpose machine that can be used as an excavator and as a loader.

Skid steer loader [SK714]

Backhoe loader [WB97R]

Mini wheel loader [WA30]

Mini wheel loaders


Mini wheel loaders can be used in snow removal, agriculture and farming.

Forklift trucks
Designed for use in material handling. Internal combustion and electric forklift trucks are available. Electric forklift truck [Hybrid electric forklift truck AE50 Series] Internal combustion forklift truck [AX50/BX50 Series] Large internal combustion forklift truck [EX50 Series]

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Products and Applications

Forest Machines
Forest machines are heavy machines typically used in felling trees or machines that haul the logs to a roadside landing. Harvester Forwarder

Harvesters
Harvesters are either wheeled or tracked, and fitted with a harvester head capable of delimbing, measuring, and felling the trees. The head has complex features, such as grasping, feeding, measuring and cutting the trees.

Forwarders
Forwarders carry logs from the stump to a roadside landing.

Feller-buncher

Excavator for harvester application

Feller-bunchers
Feller-bunchers are used to fell the trees fast and efficiently.

Notes: 1. These products are manufactured at Komatsu and its subsidiaries all around the world. Please refer to the production items for each company on pages 28-31. 2. The machines shown are examples of typical models. Some machines are available only in particular countries or regions.

Products and Applications


Recycling Equipment
Mobile crushers Mobile soil recyclers Mobile wood tub grinders Mobile screens
Designed for on-site recycling of construction waste such as concrete debris, stones, damaged soil and felled trees for reuse as construction materials. Mobile crushers are also used for crushing stones at quarry sites.

[On-site Recycling Method]


The on-site recycling method enables reuse and recycle at construction sites by turning trees into chips for mulching, and crushing stones and improving soil for reuse as roadbed material. The combined use of mobile crushers and mobile screens makes a flexible and highperformance screening system. Mobile wood tub grinder [BR200T] On-site recycling method

Mobile crusher [BR580JG]

Mobile soil recycler [BZ210]

Other Specific Equipment


Develops and sells application-specific equipment and new products tailored for a variety of work undertaken by customers, such as equipment for demolition, metal recycle and slag handling.

Demolition
Super-long boom and arm for demolition

Metal recycle
Magnet and lifting cab

Steel plant
Radio control and heat resistance spec [D155AX]

General Construction
Super-long front

Airport
Towing tractor [WT500E]

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Products and Applications

Tunneling Machines
Shield machines Tunnel boring machines (TBMs) Small-diameter pipe jacking machines (Ironmole)
Designed for excavating tunnels for roadways, railways and combined use. Ironmole is designed for excavating earth and burying drain and other pipes by the non-open excavation method. Slurry shield Ironmole

Engines, Components and Casting Products


Diesel engines
Diesel engines for power generators, trains, ships, construction equipment and industrial machinery. Offers the frontier engine technology ecot3 compliant to Tier 3 emission standards. ecot3 engine (EGR*-type) [SAA6D140E] ecot3 engine (Non-EGR*-type) [SAA6D107E]

Hydraulic equipment Casting products


Components for construction and mining equipment, such as transmissions, hydraulic cylinders and axles, and steel castings and cast iron products made with technological expertise.
*EGR: Exhaust Gas Recirculation

Notes: 1. These products are manufactured at Komatsu and its subsidiaries all around the world. Please refer to the production items for each company on pages 28-31. 2. The machines shown are examples of typical models. Some machines are available only in particular countries or regions.

Products and Applications

Metal Forging and Stamping Presses


Large presses
Designed for use in forming automobile roofs and doors. Manufactures AC Servo presses and mechanical presses. Large presses are represented by a tandem press of wide applications and a transfer press of high productivity. Large AC Servo press system Hybrid AC Servo press [H2W Series]
Komatsu Industries Corporation

Small and medium-sized presses, Forging presses


Designed for use in sheet metal forming and casting. High-precision presses featuring the AC Servo motor drive are also available.

Sheet-Metal Machines
Offerings include shears to cut sheet metals, press brakes to shape sheet metals as well as fine plasma and laser cutting machines to curve-cut sheet metals. Press brake [PBZ Series]
Komatsu Industries Corporation

3D Laser cutting machine [TLM Series]


Komatsu NTC Ltd.

Machine Tools
Offerings include transfer machines, crankshaft millers and grinding machines to manufacture engine parts, machining centers, wire saws to slice silicon ingots, and components for liquid crystal manufacturing equipment. Crankshaft miller [GPM Series]
Komatsu Machinery Corporation

Wire saw [PV Series]


Komatsu NTC Ltd.

Others
Defense-related equipment
Manufactures armored vehicles and ammunitions for the Ministry of Defense, Japan. Light armored vehicle

Thermoelectric modules
Thermoelectric semiconductor devices capable of highprecision temperature control by switching polarity for heating and cooling. Used for temperature control of laser diodes in fiber optic communication networks. Thermoelectric modules
KELK Ltd.

 Temperature-control equipment for semiconductor manufacturing


Indispensable high-precision equipment designed for use in a diverse range of semiconductor manufacturing processes. Contributes to improved productivity of semiconductor manufacturing equipment as well as enhanced performance of semiconductors. DI-Water Heater
KELK Ltd.

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Products and Applications

Excimer lasers
Light sources for leading-edge semi con ductor lithography tools that require high resolution.

Packing and transport

 Commercial-Use Prefabricated Structures


Sells and leases commercial-use prefabricated struc tures which offer a short construction period and low cost, and also handles temporary shelters for people affected by disasters. Prefabricated commercial-use structures and unit methods
Komatsu House Ltd.

Excimer laser
GIGAPHOTON INC.

Engineering
Welding robot system
Komatsu Engineering Corp.

CSS-Net
CSS-Net offers electronic parts books, service manuals and other materials which are needed for after-sale services, such as ordering spare parts and requesting repairs. Designed to share information among Komatsu Group companies on the Internet, this service takes advantage of cloud computing. This service is also available for customers.
Full Web Djvu

CSS Portal

Parts Book Shop Manual

Notes: 1. The company name on the photo shows the manufacturer of the product. 2. The machines shown are examples of typical models. Some machines are available only in particular countries or regions.

Products and Applications

In the construction and mining equipment business, Komatsu is not only engaged in the manufacture and sale of new equipment around the world, but also promoting various types of business that contribute to productivity enhancements and problem solutions on the part of its customers.

Utilization of Information and Communication Technology


KOMTRAX (Komatsu Machine Tracking System) for construction equipment KOMTRAX is a machine tracking system whose terminals are installed on construction equipment to transmit information concerning the location, cumulative hours of operation and operating condition of vehicles. By proactively using information gained from KOMTRAX-equipped machines, Komatsu is making a contribution in respect to after-sale support activities for our customers' machines throughout their lifetime, resulting in enhanced availability and lowered maintenance cost.

KOMTRAX Plus machine management system for mines KOMTRAX Plus is a fleet management system for large equipment for use in mining, which enables to obtain detailed information concerning the conditions of machines via satellite communications. Komatsu and distributors can analyze vehicle health and other operating conditions and provide the information to jobsite using the Internet from a remote location on a near-real time basis. As a result, customers can receive vehicle maintenance on an appropriate timing to avoid major technical trouble, and thus reduce their maintenance expenses and downtime costs.

How KOMTRAX works

Komatsu machine management system : KOMTRAX Plus & WebCARE

GPS

Communication Satellite / Mobile Phone

Component Supplier

Komatsu

Distributor
KOMTRAX Terminal
GPS antenna KOMTRAX Controller Communication antenna Web Application Server Modem Internet Machine Data Server

Machine information via Internet

Product Design

Support
Parts Supply & Maintenance based on R&M contract

Manufacturing
WebCARE Database

Jobsite
Controller A

Communication
Satellite & PC Download

Support Center

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Products and Applications

Controller B

KOMTRAX Plus
On-Boad system Common in all machines
Machine Customer / Distributor

Gathering machine health data

Strage for Repair Data

JoiFUL Program: Working Together for Success


For large-scale mining operations, Komatsu offers the JoiFUL (Joint Follow-Up Log) program, in which Komatsu Group companies, distributors and customers regularly meet to discuss ways of improving operating efficiency and reducing operating costs of deployed machines. In the meetings, all parties identify problems, define solutions, set the deadlines for follow-up work, and confirm the results mutually for successful mining operations.
Top JoiFUL

Basic Concepts of JoiFUL


Customer Distributor Komatsu Group Agenda, Evaluation Strategy & policy Cost reduction New model development Fleet organization Safety and environmental conservation Availability Productivity $/m3, m3/H, Ton/H Fuel consumption Effective machine usage Maintenance method, Overhaul planning Preventive maintenance Operator training Quick technical solutions Component life, Reman Parts availability

Management JoiFUL Jobsite JoiFUL Solutions

Comprehensive Compensation Plan Komatsu All Support*


Komatsu provides the comprehensive compensation plan Komatsu All Support to customers. This packaged plan not only sets a fixed monthly fee for maintenance expenses through the repair and maintenance contract but also supports customers against such risks as theft and accidents, thus enabling them to reduce their machine management costs.
Note: * Komatsu All Support is provided only in Japan.

Centralization of information Common/ Prompt/ Correct/ Communication

Products and Applications

Autonomous Haulage System (AHS) AHS is a high-speed fleet management system based on 930E super-large dump trucks. AHS makes contributions to mining operation by improving its safety and productivity, while enhancing the operating rate and reliability of dump trucks. As a result, it is able to reduce owning and operating costs in total. Dump trucks, equipped with a high-precision GPS, an obstacle detection sensor and a wireless network system made by Modular Mining Systems, Inc., are controlled from the fleet control operations center for unmanned hauling. Information on target course and speed is sent from the fleet management system to dump trucks via the wireless network system, and dump trucks run on the target course at the target speed by assessing their position via GPS. Loading machines, such as hydraulic excavators and wheel loaders, are also equipped with GPS for the fleet management system to determine the position of their buckets, and the system automatically guides the dump trucks to the designated loading position. The system also sends information concerning a route to the unloading site to ensure safe and precise unloading. The fleet management system also prevents collisions between dump trucks and manned machines, such as service vehicles, bulldozers and motor graders, working inside the mine. If another vehicle or person should come close to the AHScontrolled area, the obstacle detection sensor of dump trucks detects it and the concerned dump truck will make an emergency stop to ensure safety.

How Komatsus Autonomous Haulage System Works


GPS Satellite

Fleet Control

Safety Dumping Site


(Automatically stops when detecting obstacle)

Hauling Road

Loading Site

CSS Portal
The CSS Portal supports the performance of parts and service people by connecting parts books, service manuals, the health monitoring systems (KOMTRAX/KOMTRAX Plus) and quality information organically as a strong tool of after market area.
KOMTRAX
Error Code

CSS Portal
Show Repair Method Error List by machine Original Quality Info.

Troubleshooting KOMTRAX

Quality Information

Holding Auctions for Used Equipment


Komatsu, through Komatsu Used Equipment Corp. (KUEC), is aggressively engaging in the used equipment business as part of the life cycle business of construction equipment. Komatsu Used Equipment holds auctions at KUEC yards which represent Japans largest scale. The company also holds Internet auctions on its URECA membership website, providing convenience for many customers.

Failure Service News Top Page Operation Manual Shop Manual Parts Book

CSS Portal

Parts Book Shop Manual Operation Manual Service News Machine information Base Information Model/Serial number/Error code/ Spec. Information Key word

CSS-Net

Parts Order list

Distributor (Parts and Service)

Used equipment auction held by KUEC

Service History Parts System Machine DB

Products and Applications

Blade Control System Based on 3D Position Information Komatsus blade control system measures the position of blades of bulldozers and motor graders as 3D information to the millimeter level by using Global Navigation Satellite Systems and TS (Total Station) type. This system compares the position information of blades and 3D construction design data, and automatically controls the blades precisely according to the design, thereby eliminating the need for setting up construction guide poles, surveying and subsequent modification work. Because this system improves the operating rate of construction equipment, it shortens the construction period substantially, thus reducing CO2 emissions as well. Jobsite safety is also enhanced with no need for surveying and resetting up guide poles while machines are working.

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Global Operations
Manufacturing Operations of Construction, Mining and Utility Equipment, and Forest Machines Manufacturing Operations of Construction, Mining and Utility Equipment, and Forest Machines
Americas Assembly Plants 4 3 7 Europe CIS 6 3 9 Asia China (Exc. China & Japan) 4 5 9 3 5 8 Japan 6 6 12 Total 23 22 45

Mother Plants Around the World

Components/Parts/Applied products Total

Mother Plants (Development Function)

Komatsu designates those production bases with development capabilities around the world as Mother plants and position them as the core of global production. The Mother plants play an important part in achieving a target cutback on the production cost when a new model is developed or an existing machine is model changed. They are also assigned with a task of strengthening the production competitive edge of their daughter plants that manufacture the same models as well as that of their own.

Note: Komatsu (Shandong) Cast Steel Co., Ltd plans to launch production in 2011. Therefor, it is not included above.

Americas
Company Location

Komatsu America Corp.


1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Chattanooga Manufacturing Operation


Peoria Manufacturing Operation Newberry Manufacturing Operation

Tennessee, U.S.A. Illinois, U.S.A. South Carolina, U.S.A. Indiana, U.S.A. Texas, U.S.A. So Paulo, Brazil So Paulo, Brazil
2 4 1 3 8 10 14 9 13

Cummins Komatsu Engine Company Hensley Industries, Inc. Komatsu do Brasil Ltda. Atommix Industria e Comercio Ltda.

12

Europe and CIS


Company
8 9 10

11

Location

Komatsu UK Ltd. Komatsu Hanomag GmbH Komatsu Mining Germany GmbH Komatsu Utility Europe S.p.A. Stavmek s.r.o. Komatsu Forest AB Komatsu KVX LLC KRANEKS International Co., Ltd. Komatsu Manufacturing Rus, LLC

Birtley, U.K. Hannover, Germany Dsseldorf, Germany Este, Italy Mnichovo Hradiste, Czech Ume, Sweden Klepp stasjon, Norway Ivanovo, Russia Yaroslavl, Russia
6 7

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Global Operations

11 12 13 14 15 16

Global Operations

Overseas Production Ratio of Construction and Mining Equipment


2005/3 2006/3 2007/3 2008/33 2009/3 2010/3

Overseas production ratio (%) Overseas production ratio in overseas net sales (%)
Note: The figures before FY2006 does not contain the production of forklift trucks.

46 62

49 62

49 62

50 61

50 61

59 72

China
Company
26 27 28 29 30 16 15 31 32 33 34

Location

Komatsu (Changzhou) Construction Machinery Corp. Jiangsu Komatsu (Changzhou) Foundry Corp. Jiangsu Komatsu Shantui Construction Machinery Co., Ltd. Shandong Komatsu Hydraulics Manufacturing Co., Ltd. Shandong Hensley Lingfeng Co., Ltd. Zhejiang Komatsu Power Generation Systems (Shanghai) Ltd. Shanghai Komatsu Undercarriage China Corp. Shandong Komatsu Utility (China) Machine Co., Ltd. Komatsu (Shandong) Cast Steel Co., Ltd Shandong Shandong

28 29 32 33 34 26 27 31 30

35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46

Japan
Company Location

23 24 25 21 22

Komatsu Ltd.
35 36 37 17 18 19 20 38 39 40 41 42 43

Awazu Plant Kanazawa Plant Osaka Plant Rokko Plant Ibaraki Plant Oyama Plant Koriyama Plant Shonan Plant

Ishikawa Ishikawa Osaka Hyogo Ibaraki Tochigi Fukushima Kanagawa Tochigi Tochigi Toyama Tochigi Shiga

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Global Operations

Komatsu Utility Co., Ltd. Komatsu Cummins Engine Co., Ltd. Komatsu Castex Ltd. Head Office, Manufacturing Div. Manufacturing Div. (CB Production Dept., Oyama Sec.)

Asia
Company
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

44 45

Location

PT Komatsu Indonesia PT Komatsu Undercarriage Indonesia PT Komatsu Forging Indonesia PT Komatsu Patria Attachment Bangkok Komatsu Co., Ltd. Bangkok Komatsu Industries Co., Ltd. CABTEC THAI Co., Ltd. L&T-Komatsu Limited Komatsu India Pvt. Ltd.

Jakarta, Indonesia Bekasi, Indonesia Bekasi, Indonesia Bekasi, Indonesia Chonburi, Thailand Chonburi, Thailand Chachoengsao, Thailand Bangalore, India Chennai, India
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Komatsu Cabtec Co., Ltd.

Global Operations Americas

2 1 1 5

4 4 3

5 6 2 3 7

Manufacturing Operations
Company Location

Area (Unit:1000m ) Main Products Manufactured Site Buildings


2

:Assembly Plant :Mother Plant

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Global Operations

Komatsu America Corp.


1 2

Chattanooga Manufacturing Operation

Tennessee, U.S.A. Illinois, U.S.A. South Carolina, U.S.A. Indiana, U.S.A. Texas, U.S.A. So Paulo, Brazil So Paulo, Brazil

215 518 320 * 115 717 24

44 105 19 * 33 53 13

4 5 6

Peoria Manufacturing Operation 3 Newberry Manufacturing Operation Cummins Komatsu Engine Company Hensley Industries, Inc. Komatsu do Brasil Ltda. Atommix Industria e Comercio Ltda.

Medium-sized hydraulic excavators, articulated dump trucks, forest machines (crawler type) Large dump trucks Wheel loaders, forklift trucks Large diesel engines Buckets, teeth, edges, adapters Medium-sized hydraulic excavators, small and medium-sized wheel loaders, medium-sized bulldozers, motor graders Sheet metal products and hydraulic tubings for construction equipment

* Located in Cummins Industrial Center.

Sales Operations
Subsidiaries of Construction and Mining Equipment
1

Location

Subsidiary of Forklift Trucks


4

Location

Komatsu America Corp. Illinois, U.S.A. 2 Komatsu Brasil International Ltda. So Paulo, Brazil 3 Komatsu Cummins Chile Ltda. Santiago, Chile Distributors North America : 33, Latin-America : 33, Total : 66

Komatsu Forklift U.S.A., LLC Illinois, U.S.A. Distributors North America : 87, Latin-America : 18, Total : 105 Sales Companies of Forest Machines
5

Location Pinhais, Brazil

Komatsu Forest Ltda

Global Operations

Europe and CIS

14 13 13 15 14 16 15 10 12

17 8

9 7 10 6 11 9 16 12

8 11

Manufacturing Operations
Area (Unit:1000m ) Company Location Site Buildings 8 Komatsu UK Ltd. Birtley, U.K. 200 72 9 Komatsu Hanomag GmbH Hannover, Germany 212 51 10 Komatsu Mining Germany GmbH Dsseldorf, Germany 111 41 11 Komatsu Utility Europe S.p.A. Este, Italy 146 56 12 Stavmek s.r.o. Mnichovo Hradiste, Czech 128 22 13 Komatsu Forest AB Ume, Sweden 38 16 14 Komatsu KVX LLC Klepp stasjon, Norway 15 KRANEKS International Co., Ltd. Ivanovo, Russia 2 2 16 Komatsu Manufacturing Rus, LLC Yaroslavl, Russia 500 50
2

Main Products Manufactured

:Assembly Plant :Mother Plant

Sales Operations
Subsidiaries of Construction and Mining Equipment
6 7 8 9 10

Location

Offices of Forklift Trucks


11 12

Location

Komatsu Europe International N.V. Komatsu Mining Germany GmbH Komatsu Italia S.p.A. Komatsu France S.A.S

Brussels, Belgium Dsseldorf, Germany Vicenza, Italy Aubergenville, France


Moscow, Russia

Europe Office Moscow Office


Europe : 30, CIS : 1, Total : 31

Brussels, Belgium Moscow, Russia


Location Tampere, Finland Ume, Sweden Stange, Norway Vhringen, Germany Longtown, U.K.

Distributors
13

Komatsu CIS, LLC Distributors Europe : 43, CIS : 6, Total : 49

Sales Companies of Forest Machines Komatsu Forest Oy 14 Komatsu Forest Sweden HB 15 Komatsu Forest AS 16 Komatsu Forest GmbH 17 Komatsu Forest Ltd.

Global Operations

Large and medium-sized hydraulic excavators Wheeled hydraulic excavator, small and medium-sized wheel loaders, mini wheel loaders Super-large hydraulic excavators Mini excavators, backhoe loaders, skid steer loaders Sheet metal products for construction equipment Forest machines (wheel type) Teeth, edges Metal works for hydraulic excavators Medium-sized hydraulic excavators

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Global Operations Asia and Oceania


20 23 22 24 25 21 22 21 18 24 17 19 18 19 20

Manufacturing Operations
Company Location
17 18 19

26

25 23

PT Komatsu Indonesia

Jakarta, Indonesia Bekasi, Indonesia Bekasi, Indonesia Bekasi, Indonesia Chonburi, Thailand Chonburi, Thailand Chachoengsao, Thailand Bangalore, India Chennai, India

PT Komatsu Undercarriage Indonesia PT Komatsu Forging Indonesia 20 PT Komatsu Patria Attachment 21 Bangkok Komatsu Co., Ltd. 22 Bangkok Komatsu Industries Co., Ltd. 23 CABTEC THAI Co., Ltd. 24 L&T-Komatsu Limited 25 Komatsu India Pvt. Ltd.

Area (Unit:1000m ) :Assembly Plant Main Products Manufactured Site Buildings Medium-sized hydraulic excavators, small and medium-sized bulldozers, 162 71 motor graders, dump trucks and hydraulic equipment Undercarriage components and spare parts 43 11 Track link for bulldozers and hydraulic excavators 31 15 Buckets and blades for mining equipment 30 3 Medium-sized hydraulic excavators, wheel loaders and backhoe loaders 81 39 Cast iron parts for forklift trucks and construction equipment 34 18 Parts of cab for construction equipment 21 6 Small and medium-sized hydraulic excavators 267 55 Dumptrucks 240 8
2

Sales Operations
Subsidiaries and Offices of Construction and Mining Equipment Location Subsidiary of Forklift Trucks
24 25

Location

Komatsu Asia & Pacific Pte Ltd PT Komatsu Marketing & Support Indonesia 20 Bangkok Komatsu Sales Co., Ltd. 21 Komatsu Parts Asia Co., Ltd. 22 Komatsu India Pvt. Ltd. 23 Komatsu Australia Pty. Ltd.
18 19

Singapore Jakarta, Indonesia Samutpprakam, Thailand Chonburi, Thailand Bangalore, India Sydney, Australia

Forklift Division, Komatsu Asia & Pacific Pte Ltd. Komatsu Forklift Australia Pty Ltd.
Asia : 18, Oceania : 11, Total : 29

Singapore Seven Hills, Australia


Location

Distributors
26

Sales Company of Forest Machines

Komatsu Forest Pty. Ltd.

Newington, Australia

Distributors

Asia : 16, Oceania : 2, Total : 18

China
30
28 29 32 33 34

Global Operations

26 27 31 27 28 30

Manufacturing Operations
Company Location 26 Komatsu (Changzhou) Construction Machinery Corp. Jiangsu 27 Komatsu (Changzhou) Foundry Corp. Jiangsu 28 Komatsu Shantui Construction Machinery Co., Ltd. Shandong 29 Komatsu Hydraulics Manufacturing Co., Ltd. Shandong 30 Hensley Lingfeng Co., Ltd. Zhejiang 31 Komatsu Power Generation Systems (Shanghai) Ltd. Shanghai 32 Komatsu Undercarriage China Corp. Shandong 33 Komatsu Utility (China) Machine Co., Ltd. Shandong 34 Komatsu (Shandong) Cast Steel Co., Ltd Shandong
* Located in Komatsu Shantui Construction Machinery Co., Ltd.

Area (Unit:1000m ) Site Buildings 141 26 89 26 458 62 * * 26 19 6 2 53 20 70 14 103 27


2

Main Products Manufactured

:Assembly Plant

Medium-sized hydraulic excavators, medium-sized wheel loaders, dump trucks Iron castings and parts for construction equipment and industrial vehicles, foundry molds Small and medium-sized hydraulic excavators Hydraulic equipment Teeth, adapters Generators Crawler components Mini excavators, forklift trucks Steel castings, patterns for casting

Sales Operations
Subsidiaries of Construction and Mining Equipment
27

Location
Shanghai

Office of Forklift Trucks


28

Location
Shanghai

Komatsu (China) Ltd.


32

Shanghai Office
18

Distributors

Distributors

Global Operations

Middle East and Africa


33 29

30

Sales Operations
Subsidiaries and Offices of Construction and Mining Equipment
29 30

31 32

Location

Komatsu Middle East FZE Dubai, U.A.E. Nairobi Office Nairobi, Kenya 31 Komatsu Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd. Johannesburg, South Africa 32 Johannesburg Office Johannesburg, South Africa 33 Alger Office Alger, Algeria Distributors Middle East : 9, Africa : 10, Total : 19 Distributors of Forklift Trucks Middle East : 13, Africa : 10, Total : 23

Japan

41 36 45 35 38 37 46 40 43 44 39 42

Manufacturing Operations
Company Location Komatsu Ltd.
35 36

Area (Unit:1000m ) Main Products Manufactured Site Buildings


2

:Assembly Plant :Mother Plant

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Global Operations

Awazu Plant

Ishikawa Ishikawa Osaka Hyogo Ibaraki Tochigi Fukushima Kanagawa Tochigi Tochigi Toyama Tochigi Shiga

710 220 545 50 251 584 377 68 214 * 310 * 52

247 25 169 7 51 225 30 26 92 * 98 * 16

Kanazawa Plant 37 Osaka Plant 38 Rokko Plant 39 Ibaraki Plant 40 Oyama Plant 41 Koriyama Plant 42 Shonan Plant 43 Komatsu Utility Co., Ltd. 44 Komatsu Cummins Engine Co., Ltd. 45 Komatsu Castex Ltd. Head Office, Manufacturing Div. Manufacturing Div. (CB Production Dept., Oyama Sec.) 46 Komatsu Cabtec Co., Ltd.

Small and medium-sized hydraulic excavators, small and medium-sized wheel loaders, small and medium-sized bulldozers, motor graders Super-large hydraulic excavators Medium-sized and large hydraulic excavators, large bulldozers, recycling equipment Super-large hydraulic excavators, super-large bulldozers Dump trucks, articulated dump trucks, large wheel loaders, large wheel dozers Diesel engines, hydraulic equipment, axle Hydraulic equipment Controllers, monitors, KOMTRAX terminals, hybrid components Forklift trucks, mini excavators, mini wheel loaders Small diesel engines Steel castings, iron castings, patterns for casting Iron castings, patterns for casting Cabs, air conditioning equipment

* Komatsu Cummins Engine Co., Ltd and Komatsu Castex Ltd. (Oyama Manufacturing Div.)are located at Oyama Plant of Komatsu Ltd.

Sales Operations
Construction and Mining Equipment Forklift Trucks

Distributors Affiliated rental companies

17 14

Distributors

10

Global Operations
Product Support Operations of Construction and Mining Equipment

[ Parts Supply Operations ]


Currently, Komatsu is running as many as 35 spare parts centers in strategic locations around the world, aiming at seamless deliveries of any spare parts that its clients require. The Parts Management System links all centers and is in operation 24 hours 7 days a week. Through this system, we can forecast demand for spare parts, regional and worldwide, make a plan for parts placement and assure quick and secure deliveries of spare parts that are required for repairs and replacement.

Parts Centers
Region Location Region Location

Americas Europe and CIS

Tennessee, U.S.A. Pennsylvania, U.S.A. Nevada, U.S.A. Colorado, U.S.A. Minnesota, U.S.A. Oregon, U.S.A. Georgia, U.S.A. Florida, U.S.A. Edmonton, Canada Toronto, Canada So Paulo, Brazil Santiago, Chile Vilvoorde, Belgium Dsseldorf, Germany Moscow, Russia Yeketerinburg, Russia Khabarovsk, Russia Kuzbass, Russia

Asia and Oceania China

Chonburi, Thailand Jakarta, Indonesia Balikpapan, Indonesia Nagpur, India Sydney, Australia Perth, Australia Brisbane, Australia Shanghai Guangdong Sichuan

Middle East and Dubai, U.A.E. Africa Johanesburg, South Africa Japan Hokkaido Tochigi Ishikawa Osaka Fukuoka

[ Reman (Re-manufacturing) ]
Komatsu puts a great effort into the Reman business. This business remanufactures used engines and other major components for construction and mining equipment. Remanufactured major components are put on sale again after having acquired nearly as good quality as brand new ones. Komatsu has so far established 7 Reman centers in 5 countries in the world. When a certain component in a customers machine brakes down, wears out or deteriorates, this business makes it possible to replace it with a nearly new one with speed and at an economical price. The Reman business has another commendable feature: it not only reuses the original materials, but it generates as much as 90 percent less CO2 emission in its remanufacturing process, compared to the production of brand new equivalent components. Thus it is another environment-friendly business of Komatsu.

Reman Centers
Region Location

Americas Asia and Oceania China Africa

Antofagasta, Chile Jakarta, Indonesia (2) Balikpapan, Indonesia Brisbane, Australia Shanxi Johannesburg, South Africa

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Global Operations

[ Training ]
Komatsu now operates 21 training centers in 18 countries of the world. Training there offers Komatsus customers a course on safe and functional use of Komatsu products. Another important mission of those training facilities is to provide sales people as well as after-sale service engineers from its distributors with training for marketing and technical service. A separate course having the similar purpose is also in place for those who work for Komatsu Group companies.

Training Centers
Region Location Region Location

Americas Europe and CIS

Georgia, U.S.A. So Paulo, Brazil Santiago, Chile Brussels, Belgium Newcastle, U.K. Hannover, Germany Dsseldorf, Germany Este, Italy Moscow, Russia Ashgabat, Turkmenistan

Asia and Oceania China Middle East and Africa Japan

Singapore Jakarta, Indonesia Sydney, Australia Jiangsu Dubai, U.A.E. Johannesburg, South Africa Senegal, Dakar Kenya, Nairobi Tochigi Shizuoka Osaka

Global Operations

Manufacturing, Sales and Service Operations of Industrial Machinery and Others

6 5 3 1 9 10 2 4 8 14 12 11 13 7 8 1 7 2 3 4 5 6

9 10 11

Manufacturing Operations
Company Location

Area (Unit:1000m ) Main Products Site Buildings


2

Industrial Machinery 1 Kanazawa Plant, Komatsu Ltd.


2

Ishikawa, Japan

220

25

*1 *1 Komatsu Industries Corporation Ishikawa, Japan

Komatsu Machinery Corporation Ishikawa, Japan *2 *2

Notes: *1. Komatsu Industries Corporation is located in Kanazawa Plant of Komatsu Ltd. *2. Komatsu Machinery Corporation is located in Awazu Plant of Komatsu Ltd. *3. GIGAPHOTON INC. is located in Oyama Plant of Komatsu Ltd. *4. Komatsu Ltd. Defense Systems Division is located in Awazu Plant of Komatsu Ltd.

Sales Operations
Sales Companies of Industrial Machinery Location

Industrial Machinery Operation, Press Technology Division, Komatsu America Corp. Industrial Machinery Operation, Large Size Press Division, Komatsu America Corp. 3 Industrial Machinery Operation, Machine Tool Division, Komatsu America Corp. 4 NTC AMERICA Corporation 5 Komatsu Industries Europe GmbH 6 NIPPEI TOYAMA EUROPE GmbH 7 Komatsu Industries (Thailand) Co., Ltd. 8 NIPPEI TOYAMA (THAILAND) Co., Ltd. 9 Industrial Machinery Division, Komatsu India Pvt. Ltd. 10 Nippei Toyama India Private Limited 11 Komatsu Industries (Shanghai) Ltd. 12 NIPPEI TOYAMA SHANGHAI TRADING Co., Ltd. 13 Guangzhou Office, Komatsu Industries (Shanghai) Ltd. 14 NTC (Changzhou) Semiconductor Equipment Co., Ltd.
1 2

Illinois, U.S.A. Michigan, U.S.A. Michigan, U.S.A. Michigan, U.S.A. Rsselsheim, Germany Rsselsheim, Germany Samutprakarn, Thailand Samutprakarn, Thailand Gurgaon, India Pune, India Shanghai, China Shanghai, China Guangdong, China Jiangsu, China

Global Operations

Fukuno Plant, Komatsu NTC Ltd. Toyama, Japan 126 51 5 Toyama Plant, Komatsu NTC Ltd. Toyama, Japan 52 28 6 Komatsu Engineering Corporation Ishikawa, Japan 18 7 7 KELK Ltd. Kanagawa, Japan 1 8 YNC/YIDA NIPPEI MACHINE TOOL Corporation Liaoning, China 50 35 Others 9 Gigaphoton INC. Tochigi, Japan *3 *3 10 Defense Systems Division, Komatsu Ltd. Ishikawa, Japan *4 *4 11 Komatsu House Ltd. Aichi, Japan 43 9
4

Presses Press brakes, shears, plasma cutting machine Crankshaft millers, multiplex machine tools, components for liquid crystal panels manufacturing Transfer machines, machining centers, laser cutting machines Grinding machines Welding robots, testing devices Thermoelectric modules, temperature control equipment Transfer machines, machining centers Excimer laser Armored vehicles, ammunitions Prefabricated commercial-use structures

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Market Forces
Construction, Mining and Utility Equipment Global Demand for Seven Major Products *1
Demand by Region
Units 350,000 Japan China North America Others*2 Europe Composition ratio (%) 100

Demand by Region [Composition Ratio]


Japan China North America Others*2 Europe

280,000

80

210,000

60

140,000

40

70,000

20

2001/3 2002/3 2003/3 2004/3 2005/3 2006/3 2007/3 2008/3 2009/3 2010/3

2001/3 2002/3 2003/3 2004/3 2005/3 2006/3 2007/3 2008/3 2009/3 2010/3

Source: Komatsu Ltd.

Source: Komatsu Ltd.

Demand by Equipment Type


Units 350,000 Hydraulic Excavators Motor graders Wheel loaders Dump trucks Bulldozers

Demand by Equipment Type [Composition Ratio]


Composition ratio (%) 100 Hydraulic Excavators Motor graders Wheel loaders Dump trucks Bulldozers

280,000

80

210,000

60

140,000

40

70,000

20

2001/3 2002/3 2003/3 2004/3 2005/3 2006/3 2007/3 2008/3 2009/3 2010/3

2001/3 2002/3 2003/3 2004/3 2005/3 2006/3 2007/3 2008/3 2009/3 2010/3

Source: Komatsu Ltd.

Source: Komatsu Ltd.

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Market Forces

Global Demand for Utility Equipment *3


Demand by Region
Units 350,000 Japan China North America Others*2 Europe Units 350,000

Demand by Equipment Type


Mini hydraulic excavators Backhoe loaders Mini wheel loaders Skid steer loaders

280,000

280,000

210,000

210,000

140,000

140,000

70,000

70,000

2001/3 2002/3 2003/3 2004/3 2005/3 2006/3 2007/3 2008/3 2009/3 2010/3

2001/3 2002/3 2003/3 2004/3 2005/3 2006/3 2007/3 2008/3 2009/3 2010/3

Source: Komatsu Ltd.

Source: Komatsu Ltd.

Notes: *1. S  even major products consist of hydraulic excavators (crawler type and wheel type), wheel loaders, bulldozers, motor graders, and dump trucks (rigid type and articulated type), excluding utility equipment. *2. Other regions consist of Asia (excluding Japan and China), Oceania, Latin America, CIS, Middle East and Africa. *3. Utility equipment consist of mini hydraulic excavators, mini wheel loaders, backhoe loaders and skid steer loaders.

Billions of yen
400 320 240 160 80 0

Amount of orders

Growth rate

% 35

Market Forces

35 70

Global Demand for Utility Equipment : Forklift Trucks


Thousands of units

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

Thousands of units Electric forklift trucks


1,000 800 600 400 200 0
2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Years
Internal combustion forklift trucks Electric forklift trucks Total

2005 322 416 738

2006 364 460 824

2007 412 519 931

2008 414 515 929

2009 234 332 566

Internal combustion forklift trucks

Source : Komatsu Ltd. Note : Electric forklift trucks include walkie-type and reach-type forklift trucks.

Industrial Machinery Orders Received by Member Companies of Japan Forming Machinery Association
Years
Amount of orders (Billions of yen) Growth rate (%) compared with the previous year

2005 359.6 23.0

2006 371.6 3.3

2007 384.3 3.4

2008 344.7 (10.3)

2009 112.4 (67.4)

Billions of yen
400 320 240 160 80 0

Amount of orders

Growth rate

% 35

0 35 70

Note :  Large, medium-sized and small presses, sheet-metal machinery as well as product support among Komatsu's industrial machinery meet Japan Forming Machinery Association's categorization, while steel processing machines, machine tools, robots, and parts are not included.

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

Thousands of units Electric forklift trucks


1,000 800 600 400 200 0
2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

35
Internal combustion forklift trucks

Market Forces

Subsidiaries and Affiliates


Construction and Mining Equipment Japan
Company Name [Abbreviated Name] URL / Address / TEL FAX Representative Shinichiro Komiya Outline of Operations Established Number of Employees March 13, 1967 1,890 Subscribed Capital Participation (%) 950 million 100.0%

Komatsu Construction Equipment Sales and Service Japan Ltd.


2-5-8, Fuchinobe, Chuo-ku, Sagamihara-shi, Kanagawa 252-0206, Japan TEL 81-42-752-7222FAX 81-42-752-7234

Sales and services of construction equipment

Komatsu Used Equipment Corp. [KUEC]


www.kuec.com 4th Floor, Iwasawa Bldg., 16-15, Kanagawa 2-chome, Kanagawa-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa 221-0045, Japan TEL 81-45-450-5567 FAX 81-45-450-5568 Noriyuki Sudo Sale of used construction equipment February 17, 1988 64 290 million 100.0%

Komatsu Rental Ltd.


6th Floor, Iwasawa Bldg., 16-15, Kanagawa 2-chome, Kanagawa-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa 221-0045, Japan TEL 81-45-274-3337FAX 81-45-274-4697 Chikashi Shike

Rental of construction equipment and others

October 1, 2006 1,215

1,034 million 79.0%

Komatsu Cummins Engine Co., Ltd.[KCEC]


400, Yokokurashinden, Oyama-shi, Tochigi 323-8558, Japan TEL 81-285-28-8380FAX 81-285-28-8388

Shuji Yamashita

Manufacture of diesel engines

November 15, 1993 243

1,400 million 50.0%

Industrial Power Alliance, Ltd. [IPA]


www.ipalliance.co.jp 400, Yokokurashinden, Oyama-shi, Tochigi 323-8558, Japan TEL 81-285-28-8210FAX 81-285-28-8218 Mitsuru Ueno

Research and development of diesel engines

January 16, 1998 204

500 million 50.0%

Komatsu Diesel Co., Ltd. [KD]


www.komatsu-kdl.com 2-3-6, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-8414, Japan TEL 81-3-5561-3470FAX 81-3-5561-3477 Tadao Nakamura

Sale and service of industrial-use, railcar and marine engines as well as generators

January 8, 1985 60

50 million 100.0%

Komatsu Castex Ltd. [KCX]


1-3, Shimotago, Himi-shi, Toyama 935-8501, Japan TEL 81-766-91-1511FAX 81-766-91-2411

Yasuki Sato

Manufacture and sale of iron castings and steel castings

July 16, 1997 848

4,979 million 100.0%

Komatsu Cabtec Co., Ltd.


1166, Yakushi, Ryuoh-cho, Gamou-gun, Shiga 520-2551, Japan TEL 81-748-58-1154FAX 81-748-58-1607

Tsuyoshi Nakatani

Manufacture of cab and air conditioning equipment for construction equipment

September 15, 1918 326

300 million 100.0%

Komatsu Safety Training Center Ltd.


www.komatsu-kyoshujo.co.jp 6th Floor, Shin-Yokohama Business Center Bldg, 3-2-6, Shin-Yokohama, Kouhoku-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa 222-0033, Japan TEL 81-45-470-0631FAX 81-45-470-0633 Shirou Ohi Safety training center authorized by Labor Bureau of Japan July 1, 1983 96 10 million 100.0%

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Subsidiaries and Affiliates

Komatsu Logistics Corp.


www.btr-komatsu.co.jp/index-e.htm 8 Fl. Concurred Yokohama, 3-1, Kinko-Cho Kanagawa-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa, 221-8540, Japan TEL 81-45-450-7540 FAX 81-45-450-7546 Koji Tamura Transportation, warehousing baling March 6, 1972 and packing services 559 1,080 million 100.0%

Subsidiaries and Affiliates

Americas
Company Name [Abbreviated Name] URL / Address / TEL FAX Representative Outline of Operations Established Number of Employees Subscribed Capital Participation (%)

Komatsu America Corp. [KAC]


www.komatsuamerica.com Head Office 1701 W.Golf Rd. Rolling Meadows, IL 60008, U.S.A. TEL 1-847-437-5800FAX 1-847-437-5814 Northern & Western Region 1701 W.Golf Rd. Rolling Meadows, IL 60008, U.S.A. TEL 1-847-437-5800FAX 1-847-437-5814 Southern Region 100 Komatsu Drive, Cartersville, GA 30121, U.S.A. TEL 1-678-721-3400 FAX 1-678-721-3430 Chattanooga Manufacturing Operation 409 Signal Mountain Road, Chattanooga, TN 37405, U.S.A. TEL 1-423-267-1066FAX 1-423-267-1131 Peoria Manufacturing Operation 2300 N. E Adams, Peoria, IL 61639, U.S.A. TEL 1-309-672-7000 FAX 1-309-672-7271 Newberry Manufacturing Operation 6416 South Carolina Hwy 219, Newberry, SC 29108, U.S.A. TEL 1-803-405-6500 FAX 1-803-405-6498 Master Parts Distribution Center 108 North Industrial Park, Ripley, TN 38063, U.S.A. TEL 1-731-635-6100 FAX 1-731-635-6702 Cartersville Training Center 100 komatsu Drive, Cartersville, GA 30121, U.S.A. TEL 1-678-721-3600 FAX 1-678-721-3660

David W. Grzelak

Manufacture and sale of February 17, 1970 construction and mining equipment 1,704 and supervision in the Americas

US$1,027 million 100.0%

Cummins Komatsu Engine Company[CKEC]


800 East 3rd Street, Seymour, IN 47274, U.S.A. TEL 1-812-524-6693 FAX 1-812-524-6500

Darrem Wildman

Manufacture of diesel engines

November 1, 1993 47

50.0%

Modular Mining Systems, Inc. [MMS]


www.mmsi.com 3289 E. Hemisphere Loop, Tucson, AZ 85706-5028, U.S.A. TEL 1-520-746-9127 FAX 1-520-806-3334 Peter Carter

Development, manufacture, and marketing of mining equipmentmanagement systems

October 1 , 1979 142

US$16 thousand 100.0%

Hensley Industries, Inc.


www.hensleyind.com 2108 Joe Field Road, P.O. Box 29779 Dallas, TX 75229, U.S.A. TEL 1-972-241-2321 FAX 1-972-406-6229

Kiyotaka Tatsumikawa

Manufacture and sale of buckets, September 3, 1947 teeth, edges and adapters for 432 construction and mining equipment

US$2 thousand 100.0%

Komatsu Equipment Company


www.komatsueq.com 2350 West 1500 South Salt Lake City, UT 84104 U.S.A. TEL 1-801-972-3660 FAX 1-801-975-1354 John Pfisterer

Komatsu do Brasil Ltda. [KDB]


www.komatsu.com.br Rodovia Indio Tibiria, 2000 Guai, Suzano, So Paulo, Brazil CEP 08655-000 TEL 55-11-4745-7000 FAX 55-11-4745-7027 Naoyuki Sakurai Manufacture of construction equipment and steel castings January 4, 1973 640 BRL73 million 100.0%

Notes: 1.The table lists those companies which run business to have relations with Komatsu irrespective of Komatsus equity ownership. 2.Company and representative names are as of June 30, 2010 3.Number of employees and subscribed capital are as of March 31, 2010 4.The figure of participation(%) represents the percentage of voting stock (including indirect ownership by other Komatsu Group companies).

Subsidiaries and Affiliates

Sale and service of construction and mining equipment

July 21, 1997 230

US$1 million 100.0%

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Construction and Mining Equipment Americas
Company Name [Abbreviated Name] URL / Address / TEL FAX Representative Outline of Operations Established Number of Employees Subscribed Capital Participation (%)

Atommix Industria e Comercio Ltda.


www.atommix.com.br Av. Getlio Vargas, 256 Jardim Rinco, Aruja, So Paulo, Brazil CEP 07400-000 TEL 55-11-4655-3044FAX 55-11-4655-4379 Sadao Akama

Manufacture of burning plates, September 2, 1996 sheet metal products and hydraulic 303 tubing for construction equipment

US$7 million 100.0%

Komatsu Brasil International Ltda. [KBI]


Av. Jornalista Paulo Zingg, 1298 Vila Jaragua, So Paulo, Brazil CEP 05157-030 TEL 55-11-3901-8000 FAX 55-11-3901-8020 Seiichirou Minami Sale of construction equipment

July 1, 1998 85

BRL27 million 100.0%

Komatsu Cummins Chile Ltda. [KCC]


www.kcl.cl Avenida Americo Vespucio, 0631 3rd Floor, Quilicura, Santiago, Chile TEL 56-2-655-7777 FAX 56-2-655-7784 Jeffrey Dawes Sale and service of construction and mining equipment May 17, 1999 620 US$13 million 81.8%

Europe and CIS


Company Name [Abbreviated Name] URL / Address / TEL FAX Representative Outline of Operations Sale of construction and mining equipment and supervision in Europe Manufacture of construction equipment Established Number of Employees January 10, 1967 228 Subscribed Capital Participation (%) EUR45 million 100.0%

Komatsu Europe International N.V. [KEISA]


www.komatsu.eu Mechelsesteenweg 586, B1800, Vilvoorde, Belgium TEL 32-2-255-2411 FAX 32-2-252-1981 Akira Sugiki

Komatsu UK Ltd. [KUK]


Durham Road, Birtley, Chester-le-Street, Co. Durham DH3 2QX, U.K. TEL 44-191-410-3155 FAX 44-191-492-4242

Peter J. Howe

December 9, 1985 297

GBP23 million 100.0%

Komatsu Hanomag GmbH [KOHAG]


Hanomag Strasse 9, D-30449 Hannover, Germany TEL 49-511-4509-0 FAX 49-511-4509-185

Gksel Gner

Manufacture of construction equipment

July 1, 1989 568

EUR19 million 100.0%

Komatsu Mining Germany GmbH [KMG]


Buscherhofstrasse 10, D-40599 Dsseldorf, Germany TEL 49-211-7109-0 FAX 49-211-7158-22

Norbert H.H. Walther

Manufacture and sale of mining equipment

January 1, 1996 433

EUR5 million 100.0%

Stavmek s.r.o. 38
Subsidiaries and Affiliates UI.5 Kvetna 1505, 295 01 Mnichovo Hradiste, Czech Republic TEL 420-326-340-700 FAX 420-326-771-021

Yuji Shiratsuchi

Manufacture of sheet metal parts for construction equipment

March 29, 2004 81

CZK100 million 100.0%

Komatsu Italia S.p.A. [KIT]


www.komatsuitalia.it Via Bergoncino 28, 36025 Noventa Vicentina VIC, Italy TEL 39-0444-780-411 FAX 39-0444-780-554 Alberto Caletti

Sale and service of construction equipment

April 1, 2002 79

EUR4 million 100.0%

Subsidiaries and Affiliates

Europe and CIS


Company Name [Abbreviated Name] URL / Address / TEL FAX Representative Outline of Operations Sale and service of construction equipment Established Number of Employees February 17, 1992 98 Subscribed Capital Participation (%) EUR5 million 100.0%

Komatsu France S.A.S [KFSA]


21 29 Rue du Clos Reine, 78410 Aubergenville, France TEL 33-1-30-90-5100 FAX 33-1-30-90-3540

MarcWilson

Komatsu Forest AB [KFAB]


www.komatsuforest.com Tegelbruksvgen, 1 SE-90704, Ume, Sweden TEL 46-90-709-300 FAX 46-90-191-652 Toshio Miyake

Manufacture and sale of forestry equipment

December 31, 2003 284

SKR397 million 100.0%

Komatsu KVX LLC


www.kvx.no Orstadvegen 134, N-4353 Klepp stasjon, Norway TEL 47-51-78-5080 FAX 47-51-78-5081

Carsten Bo Andersen

Manufacture and sale of teeth and edges for construction and mining equipment

July 1, 1998 14

US$209 thousand 100.0%

Komatsu CIS, LLC [KCIS]


www.komatsu.ru Head Office 1st Volokolamsky proezd, 10, 123060, Moscow, Russia TEL 7-495-982-3959 FAX 7-495-982-3952 Kuzbass Branch Gaydara str., 60, office 201, 653047, Kemerovo Region, Russia TEL 7-3846-6987-10 FAX 7-3846-6987-12 Khabarovsk Branch Petra Komarova str., 3, room 1, 680000, Khabarovsk, Russia TEL 7-4212-43-79-68/79/96 St. Petersburg Office Lomonosovskiy district, Volhonskoye shosse, 2A, 198323,Leningradsky Region, Russia TEL 7-812-44-999-07 FAX 7-812-44-999-08 Kazakhstan Office Bostandyksky Region, Dzhandosova Street, 1/1, 4th Floor, 050008, Almaty, Republic of Kazakhstan TEL 7-727-2584-555 FAX 7-727-2584-999

Hideyuki Takatsuki

Sale of construction and mining equipment

February 1, 2006 108

RUB5,301 million 100.0%

KRANEKS International Co., Ltd.


m. Mineevo, Ivanovo 153007, Russia TEL 7-4932-35-71-69 FAX 7-4932-37-65-07

Yuri A. Tokaev

Manufacture of metal works for KRANEKS Machinerymadeexcavators

February 9, 1998 42

RUB24 million 50.0%

Komatsu Manufacturing Rus, LLC


www.komatsu.yar.ru Industrialnaya street, building 1, Nagornyi village Yaroslavl 150521, Russia TEL 7-4852-58-82-90 FAX 7-4852-58-82-91 Yasuhisa Tsukamoto Manufacture of construction equipment February 7, 2008 86 RUB3,640 million 93.2%

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Notes: 1.The table lists those companies which run business to have relations with Komatsu irrespective of Komatsus equity ownership. 2.Company and representative names are as of June 30, 2010 3.Number of employees and subscribed capital are as of March 31, 2010 4.The figure of participation(%) represents the percentage of voting stock (including indirect ownership by other Komatsu Group companies).

Subsidiaries and Affiliates


Construction and Mining Equipment Asia and Oceania
Company Name [Abbreviated Name] URL / Address / TEL FAX Representative Outline of Operations Established Number of Employees January 18, 1971 127 Subscribed Capital Participation (%) S$28 million 100.0%

Komatsu Asia & Pacific Pte Ltd [KAP]


www.komatsu.com.sg 1 Gul Avenue, Off Benoi Road, 629648 Singapore TEL 65-6861-2033 FAX 65-6861-3070 Hitoshi Mozumi

Sale of construction and mining equipment

PT Komatsu Marketing and Support Indonesia [KMSI]


Jakarta Office c/o PT United Tractors Tbk, JI. Raya Bekasi KM. 22 Cakung, Jakarta 13910, Indonesia Tadashi Maeda TEL 62-21-460-4290 FAX 62-21-460-5934 Balikpapan Support Center Main Office, 3rd Floor, JI. Mulawarman No. 22 BatakanBalikpapan 76116, Kalimantan Timur, Indonesia TEL 62-542-750755 FAX 62-542-747566

Sale and service of construction and mining equipment

August 24, 2005 53

US$5 million 100.0%

PT Komatsu Indonesia [KI]


www.komi.co.id Jalan Raya Cakung, Cilincing Km 4,Jakarta 14140, Indonesia TEL 62-21-440-0611 FAX 62-21-440-0615

Bambang Haryanto

Manufacture and sale of construction equipment and castings

December 13, 1982 951

RP192,780 million 94.9%

PT Komatsu Undercarriage Indonesia [KUI]


www.kui.co.id Jalan Jababeka XI Blok H-16, Cikarang Industrial Estate, Bekasi 17530, West Java, Indonesia TEL 62-21-893-7575 FAX 62-21-893-7676 Yasuyuki Hirashima

Manufacture and sale of crawler components and parts forconstruction equipment

November 9, 2000 126

US$8 million 100.0%

PT Komatsu Forging Indonesia[KOFI]


Jalan Jababeka XI Blok H-15, Jababeka Industrial Estate, Cikarang, Bekasi 17832, West Java, Indonesia TEL 62-21-893-4087 FAX 62-21-893-4104 Akira Hashida

Manufacture of parts for construction equipment

January 20, 1992 326

US$15 million 63.3%

PT Komatsu Patria Attachment [KPA]


JI. Irian 4, Blok JJ-4-1 Kawasan Industri MM2100, Jatiwangi, Cikarang Barat-Bekasi 17520, Indonesia TEL 62-21-8998-3515 FAX 62-21-8998-3516 Akio Takeda

Manufacture and sale of parts of mining equipment

April 8, 2009 71

US$5 million 50.5%

PT Komatsu Reman Indonesia [KRI]


JI. Jawa Blok A-05 KBN, Cakung-Cilincing, Sukapura, Cilincing Jakarta Utara 14140, Indonesia TEL 62-21-4483-0707 FAX 62-21-4483-4507 Untung Kuslani

Sale of remanufacturing components

January 18, 2007 58

US$8 million 100.0%

PT KOMATSU REMANUFACTURING ASIA [KRA] 40


Subsidiaries and Affiliates JI. Jend. Sudirman 844, Balikpapan 76114, Kalimantan Timur, Indonesia TEL 62-542-760110 FAX 62-542-764344 Iman Nurwahyu

Sale of remanufacturing components

December 17, 1996 468

US$1 million 51.0%

Bangkok Komatsu Co., Ltd. [BKC]


Amatanakorn Industrial Estate No. 700/21 Moo 5, BangnaTradRoad,T. Klongtamru, A. Muang, Chonburi 20000, Thailand TEL 66-38-214780/6 FAX 66-38-214771/2 Eiji Nakaoka

Manufacture and sale of construction equipment

November 2, 1995 450

THB620 million 74.8%

Subsidiaries and Affiliates

Asia and Oceania


Company Name [Abbreviated Name] URL / Address / TEL FAX Representative Outline of Operations Established Number of Employees April 1, 2010 358 Subscribed Capital Participation (%) THB300 million 40.0%

Bangkok Komatsu Sales Co., Ltd.


54 Moo 2 Bangna-Trad Highway Km.22 Srisajorakhaeyai Bangsaothong Samutpprakam 10540, Thailand TEL 66-2-740-1500-19 FAX 66-2-740-1531-2 Akihiko Nakazawa

Sale and service of construction and mining equipment

Komatsu Parts Asia Co., Ltd.


Amatanakorn Industrial Estate, 700/21 Moo 5, BangnaTradRoad,T. Klongtamru, A. Muang, Chonburi 20000, Thailand TEL 66-0-38-465824-29 FAX 66-0-38-465830 Shinichi Onishi

Parts distribution in South East Asia (excluding Indonesia and Philippine)

January 5, 2010 35

THB170 million 100.0%

CABTEC THAI Co., Ltd.


23/3 Moo 9 T.Bangpai A.Muang Chachoengsao 24000, Thailand TEL 66-38-58-4408 FAX 66-38-58-4417

Toshio Kubo

Manufacture of parts of cab for construction equipment

March 4, 2005 135

THB30 million 100.0%

Bangkok Komatsu Industries Co., Ltd. [BKI]


700/25 Moo 5 Amata Nakorn Industrial Estate, SukhumvitRd., Klongtumru, Sub-Dt., Muang Dt., Chonburi 20000, Thailand TEL 66-38-21-3055 FAX 66-38-21-3059

Tetsuhito Takahashi

Manufacture and sale of cast iron parts for forklift trucks and construction equipment

December 22, 1989 242

THB500 million 80.0%

L&T-Komatsu Limited [LTK]


Bellary Road, Byatarayanapura, Bangalore-560 092, India TEL 91-80-2216-5100 FAX 91-80-2363-6065

S. Subramanian

Manufacture and sale of construction equipment

February 1, 1998 683

INR1,200 million 50.0%

Komatsu India Pvt. Ltd. [KIPL]


Head Office/Chennai Plant Plot No. A-1, Sipcot Industrial Growth Center, Oragadam, Sriperumbudur Talak, Kanchpuram District, Tamil Nadu 602 105, India TEL 91-44-2715-5000 FAX 91-44-2715-5085 Bangalore Branch Office Pride Quadra 1st Floor, No. 30, Bellary Road, Hebbal, Bangalore 560 024, India TEL 91-80-2355-6021 FAX 91-80-2355-6020

Koji Yamada

January 1, 2006 Manufacture, sale and service of construction and mining equipment 178

INR4,645 million 100.0%

Komatsu Australia Pty. Ltd. [KAL]


www.komatsu.com.au Level 1, 2 Richardson Place Riverside Corporate Park, NORTH RYDE NSW 2113, Australia TEL 61-2-9795-8222 FAX 61-2-9795-8244 William Pike Sale and service of construction and mining equipment October 1, 1991 1,400 A$21 million 60.0%

Notes: 1.The table lists those companies which run business to have relations with Komatsu irrespective of Komatsus equity ownership. 2.Company and representative names are as of June 30, 2010 3.Number of employees and subscribed capital are as of March 31, 2010 4.The figure of participation(%) represents the percentage of voting stock (including indirect ownership by other Komatsu Group companies).

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Subsidiaries and Affiliates


Construction and Mining Equipment China
Company Name [Abbreviated Name] URL / Address / TEL FAX Representative Outline of Operations Established Number of Employees Subscribed Capital Participation (%)

Komatsu (China) Ltd. [KC]


www.komatsu.com.cn Head Office 33 Floor, HSBC Tower, 1000 Lujiazui Ring Road,Pudong New Area, Shanghai, 200120, China TEL 86-21-6841-4567 FAX 86-21-6841-0250 Komatsu (China) Training Center No. 17 Hengshan Road, New & High-technology & Industrial Development Zone, Changzhou, Jiangsu 213022, China TEL 86-519-511-0818 FAX 86-519-511-2828

Ziguang Wang

Sale of construction and mining equipment and supervision in China

February 7, 2001 319

US$135 million 100.0%

Komatsu (Changzhou) ConstructionMachinery Corp. [KCCM]


No. 17 Hengshan Road, New & High-technology & Industrial Development Zone, Changzhou, Jiangsu 213022, China TEL 86-519-8511-3888 FAX 86-519-8510-0202

Masatoshi Nakamura

Manufacture of construction equipment

May 15, 1995 423

US$41 million 85.0%

Komatsu (Changzhou) FoundryCorp. [KCF]


Changzhou South-East Economic Development District, Jiangsu 213018,China TEL 86-519-8825-9933 FAX 86-519-8882-8168 Motoshige Saitou

Manufacture and sale of iron castings

September 27, 1995 295

US$24 million 95.6%

Komatsu Shantui ConstructionMachinery Co., Ltd. [KSC]


No.69 Wutaizha East Road Jining, Shandong 272023,China TEL 86-537-236-3019 FAX 86-537-236-0832

Tsugunori Yamamoto

Manufacture of construction equipment

July 18, 1995 546

US$21 million 60.0%

Hensley Lingfeng Co., Ltd.

Industrial Zone, He Hua Bridge, Yunlong Town, Ningbo, Zhejiang 315135, China TEL 86-574-8847-4588 FAX 86-574-8834-5728

Kiyotaka Tatsumikawa

Manufacture and sale of buckets April 30, 2004 teeth and adapters for construction 434 equipment

US$6 million 55.0%

Komatsu Power Generation Systems (Shanghai) Ltd.


www.kpgs.com.cn/en 39 Dong Xing Road, Songjiang Industrial Area, Shanghai 201613, China TEL 86-21-6774-2156 FAX 86-21-6774-2157 Takashi Masunaga

Manufacture and sale of generators

June 14, 2004 44

RMB3 million 100.0%

Komatsu Hydraulics Manufacturing Co., Ltd. [KHM]

No.8 Jiada Road Jining High Newly Area, Shandong, China TEL 86-537-236-3802 FAX 86-537-232-9999

Yoshio Yoshino

Manufacture of hydraulic equipment Manufacture and sale of crawler components of construction equipment Manufacture and sale of steel castings (Scheduled to launch production in 2011)

June 24, 2004 108

RMB68 million 100.0%

Komatsu Undercarriage China Corp.


No.9 Qunying Rd., Jining High Newly Area, Shandong 272073, China TEL 86-537-231-8886 FAX 86-537-239-8886

Masaru Setoguchi

October 29, 2007 175

4,800 million 75.0%

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Komatsu (Shandong) Cast Steel Co., Ltd


No.1888 Shixian Road Jining High Newly Area,Shandong,China TEL 86-537-271-0626 FAX 86-537-271-0605

Hiroki Inada

November 13, 2008 21

RMB240 million 100.0%

Subsidiaries and Affiliates

Middle East and Africa


Company Name [Abbreviated Name] Address / TEL FAX Representative Outline of Operations Established Number of Employees February 1, 1997 770 Subscribed Capital Participation (%) ZAR1 thousand 80.0%

Komatsu Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd.[KSAf]

Corner Diesel & Isando Roads, Isando 1600, Republic of South Africa TEL 27-11-923-1000 FAX 27-11-923-1335

Michael A. Blom

Sale and service of construction and mining equipment

Komatsu Middle East FZE [KME]


Head Office P.O. Box 61037, Jebel Ali Freezone, Dubai, U.A.E. TEL 971-4-8865511 FAX 971-4-8865510 Istanbul Office Zeytinoglu Cad. Sari Konaklar Is Merkezi No.6 C-Blok K.2 D.13 34335 Akatlar, Istanbul, Turkey TEL 90-212-352-4020 FAX 90-212-352-4023 Cairo Liaison Office Podium Bldg., 3rd Floor, 1191 Korniech Al-Nil, World Trade Center Cairo. Cairo, Egypt TEL 20-2-2579-5424 FAX 20-2-2575-2283 Islamabad Office House No.263, Street No.5, F-10/3, Islamabad, Pakistan TEL 92-51-229-0878 FAX 92-51-229-0879 Saudi Arabia Office c/o: A.S. Bugshan & Bros., P.O.Box: 3329, Makkah Road Kilo 3, Jeddah 21471, Saudi Arabia TEL 966-2680-7579 FAX 966-2680-7113

Toshikazu Karasawa

Sale and service of construction equipment

January 1, 1999 60

DH2 million 100.0%

Notes: 1.The table lists those companies which run business to have relations with Komatsu irrespective of Komatsus equity ownership. 2.Company and representative names are as of June 30, 2010 3.Number of employees and subscribed capital are as of March 31, 2010 4.The figure of participation(%) represents the percentage of voting stock (including indirect ownership by other Komatsu Group companies).

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Subsidiaries and Affiliates


Utility Equipment Japan
Company Name [Abbreviated Name] URL / Address / TEL FAX Representative Outline of Operations Established Number of Employees February 13, 1948 903 Subscribed Capital Participation (%) 13,033 million 100.0% (Compact Machines)

Komatsu Utility Co., Ltd. [KU]


www.komatsu-utility.co.jp/eng/ 110, Yokokura shinden, Oyama-shi, Tochigi 323-8567, Japan TEL 81-285-28-8566 FAX 81-285-28-8732 Susumu Isoda

Manufacture of forklift trucks and compact machines

Komatsu Forklift Japan Ltd.


www.lift.co.jp 2-8-1, Minami-Ooi, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 140-0013, Japan TEL 81-3-3764-7770 FAX 81-3-3764-1963 Shinya Isoda Sale and service of forklift trucks

January 16, 1973 1,773

500 million 100.0%

Americas
Company Name [Abbreviated Name] URL / Address / TEL FAX Representative Outline of Operations Established Number of Employees May 13, 1976 174 Subscribed Capital Participation (%) US$23 million 100.0%

Komatsu Forklift U.S.A., LLC [KFI]


www.kfiusa.com 1701 W. Golf Rd. Tower One, Rolling Meadows, IL60008, U.S.A. TEL 1-847-437-5800 FAX 1-847-437-1854 Akira Yamakawa Sale and service of forklift trucks

Europe
Company Name [Abbreviated Name] Address / TEL FAX Representative Outline of Operations Manufacture of construction equipment Established Number of Employees November 25, 1996 438 Subscribed Capital Participation (%) EUR6 million 100.0%

Komatsu Utility Europe S.p.A. [KUE]


Via Atheste 4, 35042 Este (PD), Italy TEL 39-0429-616-111 FAX 39-0429-601-000

Enrico Prandini

Asia and Oceania


Company Name [Abbreviated Name] URL / Address / TEL FAX Representative Outline of Operations Established Number of Employees Subscribed Capital Participation (%)

Komatsu Asia & Pacific Pte Ltd. [KAP]


Forklift Division 1 Gul Avenue, Off Benoi Road, 629648 Singapore TEL 65-6861-2033 FAX 65-6861-3070

(See page 40.)

Sale and service of forklift trucks

Komatsu Forklift Australia Pty Ltd.


www.redaustralia.com.au 7 Welder Road, Seven Hills, NSW 2147, Australia TEL 61-2-8801-2100 FAX 61-2-9674-2156 Tetsuya Ishikawa

Sale, service and rental of forklift trucks

March, 1998 238

A$56,040 thousand 100.0%

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China
Company Name [Abbreviated Name] URL / Address / TEL FAX Representative Outline of Operations Established Number of Employees Subscribed Capital Participation (%) RMB92 million 100.0%

Komatsu Utility (China) Machine Co., Ltd. [KUC]


2199 Chong Wen Da Dao, Jining, Shandong, China TEL 86-537-3166-668 FAX 86-537-3166-669

Tetsuro Kajiya

Manufacture of compact machines August, 2004 and forklift trucks 254

Komatsu (China) Ltd. [KC]


Forklift Division 33 Floor, HSBC Tower, 1000 Lujiazui Ring Road, Pudong New Area, Shanghai, 200120, China TEL 86-21-6841-4567 FAX 86-21-6841-0250
(See page 42.)

Sale and service of forklift trucks

Subsidiaries and Affiliates

Industrial Machinery Japan


Company Name [Abbreviated Name] URL / Address / TEL FAX Representative Outline of Operations Established Number of Employees Subscribed Capital Participation (%) 990 million 100.0%

Komatsu Industries Corporation


www.komatsusanki.co.jp/en/ Tadashi Okada 1-1, Onomachi-shinmachi, Kanazawa-shi, Ishikawa 920-0225, Japan TEL 81-76-293-4201 FAX 81-76-293-4351

May 13, 1994 Manufacture, sale and service of presses and sheet-metal machines 314

Komatsu Machinery Corporation


www.komatsu-machinery.co.jp 23, Tsu, Futsu-machi, Komatsu-shi, Ishikawa 923-0392, Japan TEL 81-761-43-1132 FAX 81-761-43-0966 Hitoshi Sasaki

Manufacture, sale and service of machine tools and semiconductor material processing equipment

May 13, 1994 282

600 million 100.0%

Komatsu NTC Ltd. [NTC]


www.komatsu-ntc.com Omori Bellport Building B, 8th Floor 26-2, Minami-Ohi 6-chome, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 140-8571, Japan TEL 81-3-5471-7701 FAX 81-3-5471-7711 Hiroyuki Horii Manufacture, sale and service of machine tools and others July 1, 1945 663 6,014 million 100.0%

Komatsu Engineering Corp. [KEG]


13Fl, Parale Mitsui Bldg, 8, Higashida-Cho, Kawasaki-Ku, Kawasaki Toshihisa Naruse City, Kanagawa, 210-8501, Japan TEL 81-44-382-0030 FAX 81-44-382-0035

System engineering for production, ordered design manufacturing,mechatronics services

October 15, 1976 307

140 million 100.0%

KELK Ltd. [KELK]


www.kelk.co.jp 3-25-1, Shinomiya, Hiratsuka-shi, Kanagawa 254-8543, Japan TEL 81-463-22-8724 FAX 81-463-23-3692 Satomi Nashiwa

Manufacture and sale of thermoNovember 1, 1966 electric modules andtemperature159 control equipment

390 million 100.0%

Americas
Company Name [Abbreviated Name] URL / Address / TEL FAX Representative Outline of Operations Established Number of Employees Subscribed Capital Participation (%)

Komatsu America Corp. [KAC]


www.komatsupress.com Industrial Machinery Division Head Office, PT Division 1701w Golf Rd. Rolling Meadows, IL 60008, U.S.A. TEL 1-847-437-3888 FAX 1-847-437-1811 LSP Division 14095 Farmington Road, Livonia, Ml 48154-5455, U.S.A. TEL 1-734-458-9556 FAX 1-734-458-9548 MT Division 46605 Magellan Drive Novi, MI 48377, U.S.A. TEL 1-248-560-1270 FAX 1-248-560-1288

(See page 37.)

Sale and service of presses and sheet-metal machines

NTC AMERICA Corporation


www.ntcamerica.com 46605 Magellan Drive Novi, MI 48377, U.S.A. TEL 1-248-560-1200 FAX 1-248-560-0215 Kenichi Fumoto

Sale and service of machine tools and industrial machinery

June 18, 1984 29

US$2,500 thousand 100.0%

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Europe
Company Name [Abbreviated Name] URL / Address / TEL FAX Representative Outline of Operations Sale and service of presses and sheet-metal machines Established Number of Employees December 5, 1969 8 Subscribed Capital Participation (%) EUR1,500 thousand 100.0%

Komatsu Industries Europe GmbH [KIE]


www.komatsu-industries.de Eisenstrasse 3, 65428 Rsselsheim, Germany TEL 49-6142-8206-0 FAX 49-6142-82061-0 Shinji Kume

NIPPEI TOYAMA EUROPE GmbH


www.ntceurope.de Eisenstrasse 3, 65428 Rsselsheim, Germany TEL 49-6142-79660-0 FAX 49-6142-82061-0 Kazuo Okamoto

Sale and service of machine tools and industrial machinery

August 19, 1992 3

EUR102 thousand 100.0%

Notes: 1.The table lists those companies which run business to have relations with Komatsu irrespective of Komatsus equity ownership. 2.Company and representative names are as of June 30, 2010 3.Number of employees and subscribed capital are as of March 31, 2010 4.The figure of participation(%) represents the percentage of voting stock (including indirect ownership by other Komatsu Group companies).

Subsidiaries and Affiliates


Industrial Machinery Asia
Company Name [Abbreviated Name] Address / TEL FAX Representative Outline of Operations Established Number of Employees Subscribed Capital Participation (%)

Komatsu India Pvt. Ltd. [KIPL]


Industrial Machinery Division Bestech Central Square, Sector 57, Sushant Lok II, Gurgaon 122002, India TEL 91-124-419-6900 FAX 91-124-419-6910

(See page 41.)

Sale and service of presses and sheet-metal machines

Komatsu Industries (Thailand) Co., Ltd. [KITH]


Bangna-Trad Road, KM22, Bangsaothong, Samutprakarn 10540, Thailand TEL 66-2-740-1850 FAX 66-2-740-1851

Masahide Sunata

Sale and service of presses and sheet-metal machines

January 1, 2006 36

THB14 million 90.6%

NIPPEI TOYAMA (THAILAND) Co., Ltd.


Kulab Building 5th floor A4, 12/555 Bangna-Trad Road, KM. 5.5, Bangkaew, Bangplee, Samutprakarn 10540, Thailand TEL 66-2-316-1178 FAX 66-2-743-0707 Mitsugu Hayashi

Sale and service of machine tools and industrial machinery

February 19, 2004 8

THB2 million 49.0%

Nippei Toyama India Private Limited


Plot No. A-64, H-Block, Midc Pimpri, Pune-411 018, India TEL 91-20-2748-0587 FAX 91-20-2748-0588

Shouji Ishida

Sale and service of machine tools and industrial machinery

June 19, 2007 10

INR10 million 100.0%

China
Company Name URL / Address / TEL FAX Representative Outline of Operations Established Number of Employees Subscribed Capital Participation (%)

Komatsu Industries (Shanghai) Ltd.


www.komatsusanki.com Shanghai Office Rm. 1109, Ruijin Building, No. 205 Maoming Road, Shanghai 200020, China Takeshi Asada TEL 86-21-6472-0909 FAX 86-21-6473-9773 Guangzhou Office Room2502, South Tower, Guangzhou World Trade Complex No.371375, Huai Shi Dong Road, Guangzhou, China TEL 86-20-8777-9163 FAX 86-20-8778-1938

Sale and service of presses, sheet-metal and machine tools machines

January 1, 2004 72

US$200 thousand 100.0%

YIDA NIPPEI MACHINE TOOL Corporation


www.ync-china.com 11 Software Garden Road, Ganjingzi District, Dalian, China TEL 86-411-8467-6529 FAX 86-411-8469-5268 Syuusou Kanaya

Manufacture and sale of machine tools machines

March 18, 1996 507

2,499 million 58.0%

NIPPEI TOYAMA SHANGHAI TRADING Co., Ltd.


Room No. 1105 Tomson Financial Building, 710 Dongfang Road, Pudong, Shanghai, China TEL 86-21-5830-3721 FAX 86-21-5830-3723 Hideo Gouhara

Sale and service of machine tools and industrial machinery

June 30, 2003 19

US$1,650 thousand 100.0%

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NTC (Changzhou) Semiconductor Equipment Co., Ltd.


Industrial Park, 279-10, Huanghe(w) Road, Xuejia Town, Xinbei District, Changzhou, Jiangsu, China TEL 86-519-8595-0701 FAX 86-519-8595-0709

Takeshirou Miyazaki

Sale and service of machine tools and industrial machinery

May 8, 2007 7

180 million 100.0%

Subsidiaries and Affiliates

Finance Japan
Company Name [Abbreviated Name] URL / Address / TEL FAX Representative Outline of Operations Established Number of Employees January 27, 1987 28 Subscribed Capital Participation (%) 1,770 million 100.0%

Komatsu Business Support Ltd. [KBS]


www.komatsu-bs.com 2-3-6, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-8414, Japan TEL 81-3-5561-2858 FAX 81-3-3584-3982 Teruo Takahashi

Retail financing of construction equipment

Americas
Company Name [Abbreviated Name] URL / Address / TEL FAX Representative Outline of Operations Financing within the Komatsu Group and fundraising Established Number of Employees March 18, 1996 Subscribed Capital Participation (%) US$140 million 100.0%

Komatsu Finance America Inc. [KFA]


1701 W. Golf Rd. Rolling Meadows, IL 60008, U.S.A. TEL 1-847-437-5800 FAX 1-847-437-7097

Gary Kasbeer

Komatsu Financial Limited Partnership [KFLP]


1701 W.Golf Rd. Rolling Meadows, IL 60008, U.S.A. TEL 1-847-437-3330 FAX 1-847-437-3069

Ben Norris

Retail financing of construction and mining equipment

November 1, 1991 47

100.0%

Komatsu Cummins Chile Arrienda S.A. [KCCA]


www.cummins.cl/KomatsuArrienda/ Panamericana Norte, Kilometer 22 1/2, Lampa, Santiago, Chile TEL 56-2-979-9200 FAX 56-2-979-9245 Eduardo Bennett O.

Retail financing of construction and mining equipment

September 1, 2003 107

US$18 million 100.0%

Europe
Company Name [Abbreviated Name] Address / TEL FAX Representative Outline of Operations Established Number of Employees Subscribed Capital Participation (%) EUR141 million 100.0%

Komatsu Europe Coordination Center N.V. [KECC]


Mechelsesteenweg 586, B1800 Vilvoorde, Belgium TEL 32-2-255-2411 FAX 32-2-255-2535

Michel Martens

Financial coordination for European November 1, 1989 subsidiaries 18

Komatsu Financial Europe N.V. [KFE]


Mechelsesteenweg 586, B1800 Vilvoorde, Belgium TEL 32-2-255-2532 FAX 32-2-255-2537

Michel Martens

Retail financing of construction and mining equipment

July 28, 2005 22

EUR40 million 100.0%

Asia, Oceania and China


Company Name [Abbreviated Name] Address / TEL FAX Representative Outline of Operations Established Number of Employees October 1, 2005 17 Subscribed Capital Participation (%) THB300 million 60.0%

Komatsu Bangkok Leasing Co., Ltd. [KBL]


54 Moo 2 Bangna-Trad Road Km.22 T.Srisajorakhaeyai, Bangsaothong Samutprakarn 10540, Thailand TEL 66-2-740-1565 FAX 66-2-740-1566 Yoshinori Maeda

Retail financing of construction and mining equipment

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PT Komatsu Astra Finance [KAF]


Menara FIF 10th floor suite 101 JI TB Simatupang Kav 15, Lebak Bulus, Cilandak Barat, Jakarta Selatan 12440, Indonesia TEL 62-21-7591-6848 FAX 62-21-7591-6849 Akihiko Tamura

Retail financing of construction and mining equipment

May 19, 2005 8

US$24 million 50.0%

Komatsu Australia Corporate Finance Pty. Ltd. [KACF]


Suite 2, Level 1, 2 Richardson Place, North Ryde, NSW 2113, Australia TEL 61-2-8962-8602 FAX 61-2-8962-8699

Kengo Kagawa

Retail financing of construction and mining equipment

April 3, 1995 14

A$49 million 60.0%

Komatsu Financial Leasing China Ltd. [KFLC]


32 Floor, HSBC Tower, 1000 Lujiazui Ring Road, Pudong New Area, Shanghai, 200120, China TEL 86-21-6841-4567 FAX 86-21-6841-0372

Masahiko Kanagawa

Retail financing of construction equipment

May 24, 2007 15

RMB780 million 100.0%

Notes: 1.The table lists those companies which run business to have relations with Komatsu irrespective of Komatsus equity ownership. 2.Company and representative names are as of June 30, 2010 3.Number of employees and subscribed capital are as of March 31, 2010 4.The figure of participation(%) represents the percentage of voting stock (including indirect ownership by other Komatsu Group companies).

Subsidiaries and Affiliates


Others Japan
Company Name [Abbreviated Name] URL / Address / TEL FAX Representative Outline of Operations Field services for vehicles and equipment of the Ministry of Defense, Japan Lease, rental, and sale of commercial-use prefabricated structures forbusinesses; and contracts to design and carry out general constructionwork Publication service for public relations, sales, parts, service and training purpose in different media, such as print, CD-ROM and online publication, Temporary employment agency, Real estate business, construction and insurance agency Manufacture and sale of excimer lasers Established Number of Employees October 2, 1989 63 Subscribed Capital Participation (%) 30 million 100.0%

Komatsu Tokki Corporation


2-3-6, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-8414, Japan TEL 81-3-3568-7021 FAX 81-3-3568-7023

Keisuke Kakuno

Komatsu House Ltd.


7FL, Keihin Higashi-Oi Bldg, 2-13-8, Higashi-Oi, Shinagawaku,Tokyo 140-0011, Japan TEL 81-3-5762-0911 FAX 81-3-5762-0929 Yasuo Kimura

October 1, 1969 236

1,436 million 100.0%

Komatsu General Services Ltd. [KGS]


2-3-6, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-8414, Japan TEL 81-3-5561-4780 FAX 81-3-5561-3454

Kingoro Fudetani

March 1, 1972 269

160 million 100.0%

GIGAPHOTON INC. [GPI]


www.gigaphoton.com 400 Yokokurashinden, Oyama-shi, Tochigi 323-8558, Japan TEL 81-285-28-8410 FAX 81-285-28-8439 Yuji Watanabe

August 1, 2000 301

5,000 million 50.0%

Notes: 1.The table lists those companies which run business to have relations with Komatsu irrespective of Komatsus equity ownership. 2.Company and representative names are as of June 30, 2010 3.Number of employees and subscribed capital are as of March 31, 2010 4.The figure of participation(%) represents the percentage of voting stock (including indirect ownership by other Komatsu Group companies).

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(As of June 30,2010)

Head office and domestic plants


Address TEL

Head Office

2-3-6, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-8414, Japan General Affairs Corporate Communications 23, Tsu, Futsu-machi, Komatsu-shi, Ishikawa 923-0392, Japan 1-1, Onomachi-Shinmachi, Kanazawa-shi, Ishikawa 920-0225, Japan 3-1-1, Ueno, Hirakata-shi, Osaka 573-1011, Japan 4-6, Kouyoucho-nishi, Higashinada-ku, Kobe-shi, Hyogo 658-0033, Japan 163-46, Nagasuna, Hitachinaka-shi, Ibaraki 312-0004, Japan 3-25-1, Shinomiya, Hiratsuka-shi, Kanagawa 254-8555, Japan 400, Yokokura shinden, Oyama-shi, Tochigi 323-8558, Japan 1-1, Machiikedai, Koriyama-shi, Fukushima 963-0215, Japan 1200, Manda, Hiratsuka-shi, Kanagawa 254-8567, Japan 697, Tokunaga, Izu-shi, Shizuoka 410-2506, Japan

81-3-5561-2609 81-3-5561-2616 81-761-43-4711 81-76-237-2200 81-72-840-6102 81-78-855-0127 81-29-265-2370 81-463-22-8415 81-285-28-8111 81-24-959-3955 81-463-35-9206 81-558-83-2930

Awazu Plant Kanazawa Plant Osaka Plant Rokko Plant Ibaraki Plant Shonan Plant Oyama Plant Koriyama Plant Research Division Techno Center

Overseas offices
Address TEL 52-81-8220-3100 507-282-0170 66-0-38-465824-29 84-4-7664717 63-2-667-3294 95-1-651511 60-3-5510-1308 254-20-2714066 213-21-81-47-67 92-51-2290878

Mexico Office Panama Office Bangkok Office Hanoi Office Manila Office Yangon Office Kuala Lumpur Office Nairobi Office Alger Office Islamabad Office

Carr. Miguel Aleman Km. 15.5, Apodaca, N.L., C.P.66600 Mexico Ocean Business Plaza #2304, Ave. Aquilino De La Guardia y Calle 47, P.O. Box 0831-01086, Panama, Republic of Panama Amatanakorn Industrial Estate, 700/21 Moo 5, Bangna-Trad Road, T. Klongtamru, A. Muang, Chonburi 20000, Thailand 204, V-Tower, 649 Kim Ma, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi, Vietnam Unit W-3301B West Tower, Philippine Stock Exchange Center, Exchange Road, 1605 Ortigas Center, Pasig City, Philippines Unit 304, International Business Center, No.88 Pyay Road, 6 1/2 Miles, Hlaing Township, Yangon, Myanmar c/o UMW Corporation sdn, Bhd, Jalan Utas 15/7, P.O.Box 7052, 40915 Shah Alam, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia Victoria Towers, 6th Floor, Kilimanjaro Avenue, Upper Hill, P.O.Box 13573, Nairobi 00800, Kenya Zone Industrielle voie C No 212 Rouiba Alger, Algeria #314, Street 16, F-10/2, Islamabad, Pakistan

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Company History

1917: Jan. T  akeuchi Mining Industry (founded in 1894) established Komatsu Iron Works to manufacture machine tools and mining equipment for in-house use. 1921: May  Komatsu Iron Works separated from Takeuchi Mining Industry to become Komatsu Ltd. 924: 1 Komatsu built its first press, a 450-ton sheet-forming press.  1931: Oct. Produced Japans first crawler-type farm tractor. 1935: Oct.  Began production of high-grade castings and special steel materials after years of research. 1938: Mar. Established the Awazu Plant. 1941: Nov. Began production of large hydraulic presses. 1943: Jan.  Produced the Komatsu Model 1 Ground Leveling Machine (the prototype of Japans bulldozers). Dec.  Completed construction of a large press-assembly shop at the Komatsu Plant. 947: Dec. Introduced the D50 bulldozer. 1 1948: Feb. Began production of diesel engines. 951: Aug.  1 Relocated head office from Ishikawa (Komatsu City) to Tokyo. 1952: Oct. Opened the Osaka Plant. Oct. Began production of motor graders. Dec.  Established the Kawasaki and Himi plants following the acquisitions of Ikegai Automobile Manufacturing Company and Chuetsu Electro Chemical Co., Ltd., respectively. 953: Jan. Began production of forklift trucks. 1 Nov.  Began production of dump trucks and special-purpose vehicles. 1954: Mar. Began production of shell-mold precision castings. 1955: Jan.  Exported motor graders to Argentina (Komatsus first export of construction equipment). Aug.  Exported 400-ton multipurpose hydraulic presses to Argentina (Komatsus first export of presses). 1956: Sep. Began production of shovel loaders. 1958: Sep.  Signed a technical assistance agreement with Indias Ministry of Defense to locally manufacture tractors. 1961: Sep. Introduced the company-wide quality control (QC) program. Nov.  Signed a technology tie-up agreement for diesel engines with Cummins Engine Co., Inc. of the United States. 1962: Dec. Opened the Oyama Plant. 1963: Jan.  Entered technology license tie-up with Bucyrus-Erie of the United States concerning hydraulic excavators (terminated in March 1981). 1964: Opened Komatsus first overseas liaison office in India. Nov. Received the Deming Prize for quality control. Dec.  Reached agreement for a joint venture with International Harvester of the United States (terminated in January 1982). 1965: Began production of wheel loaders.

1966: Mar.  Completed construction of the present Tokyo Head Office (Komatsu Building). 1967: Jan.  Established N.V. Komatsu Europe S.A., Komatsus first overseas subsidiary in Belgium. 1968: Oct. Began production of hydraulic excavators. Dec.  Completed construction of an integrated production facility for diesel engines at the Oyama Plant. 970: Feb. 1 1971: Jan. 1972: Dec. 1973: Apr. 1974: Sep. Established Komatsu America Corp. in the United States. Established Komatsu Singapore Pte Ltd. in Singapore. Launched the business of small presses. Completed construction of the Himi Plant for steel castings. Established Dina Komatsu Nacional S.A. de C.V. in Mexico.

1975: Apr.  Komatsu do Brasil Ltda. produced the D50A bulldozer, marking Komatsus first offshore production of construction equipment. 1977: Oct. Marketed the small-diameter pipe jacking system. 978: Dec. Established Komatsu Australia Pty., Ltd. in Australia. 1 1980: Jul. Developed a super-large combination press line. 1981: Nov. Received the Japan Quality Control Prize. 1982: Dec.  Established PT Komatsu Indonesia (production began in 1983) in Indonesia. 1984: Mar. Introduced laser machines on the market. 1985: Feb.  Established Komatsu America Manufacturing Corp. in the United States. Aug.  Established Komatsu America Industries LLC in the United States. Dec. Established Komatsu UK Ltd. in the United Kingdom. 1986: Aug. Established Komatsu Industries Europe GmbH in Germany. 1988: Sep. Established Komatsu Dresser Company in the United States. 1989: Jul. Equity participation in Hanomag AG of Germany. Dec.  Established Komatsu Europe International N.V. in Belgium to coordi-nate and expand Komatsus operations in Europe. 1990: Dec.  Completed construction of a leading-edge FA facility for hydraulic equipment at the Oyama Plant. Dec.  Completed construction of a leading-edge FA facility for hydraulic excavator assembly at the Osaka Plant. 1991: Mar.  Introduced a new corporate brand logotype and issued a corporate policy statement. Oct.  Established NS Komatsu Pty. Ltd. in Australia (renamed Komatsu Australia Pty. Ltd. in June 2001). Nov. Completed construction of casting plant at PT Komatsu Indonesia. Nov. Equity participation in Fai S.p.A. in Italy. 1993: Sep.  Established Applied Komatsu Technologies, Inc., a joint venture to produce LCD manufacturing systems, with Applied Materials, Inc. of the United States (sold to Applied Materials in October 1999). Oct.  Established Komatsu Cummins Engine Co., Ltd. and Cummins Komatsu Engine Company.

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Company History

1994: Jan. Established Komatsu Huanan Ltd. Jun.  Established Komatsu Industries Corporation and Komatsu Machinery Corporation. Aug.  Completed construction of a transmission assembly plant at the Awazu Plant. 1995: Mar. Established Komatsu Saigon Co., Ltd. May  Established Komatsu Changlin Construction Machinery Co., Ltd. (renamed Komatsu (Changzhou) Construction Machinery Corporation in November 2000). May Hanomag AG renamed Komatsu Hanomag AG. Aug.  Established Komatsu Shantui Construction Machinery Co., Ltd. Sep.  Established Komatsu Changlin Foundry Corporation (renamed Komatsu (Changzhou) Foundry Corporation in November 2000). Sep.  Established FKI Fai Komatsu Industries S.p.A. (renamed Komatsu Utility Europe S.p.A. in June 2000). Oct.  Concluded the sales and service agency contract for laser cutting machines with TRUMPF GmbH+Co. KG of Germany. Nov. Established Bangkok Komatsu Co., Ltd. 1996: Jan.  Komatsu Dresser Company renamed Komatsu America International Company. (renamed Komatsu America Corp. in April 2002) Jan.  Established Demag Komatsu GmbH (renamed Komatsu Mining Germany GmbH in February 1999). Mar. Established Komatsu (Shanghai) Ltd. Jul.  Established Komatsu Asia & Pacific Pte Ltd. 1997: Feb.  Established Komatsu Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd. Apr.  Established Komatsu Mining Systems, Inc. in the United States. Jul. Established Komatsu Utility Corporation in the United States. 1998: Jan.  Established Industrial Power Alliance Ltd. in Japan. 1999: Jan.  Established Komatsu Middle East FZE. in U.A.E. Apr. Integrated Komatsu MEC Corp. and Komatsu EST Corp. May  Established Komatsu Cummins Chile Ltda. 2000: Feb.  Agreed to establish global collaboration with the Linde Group of Germany in the manufacture and sale of forklift trucks and related products. Apr.  Agreed to extend the existing tie-up in the sheet metal machine business on more of an international basis with TRUMPF GmbH+Co. KG of Germany. Aug.  Established GIGAPHOTON INC. Dec.  Acquired Hensley Industries, Inc., a construction and mining equipment component maker of the united states. Dec.  Decided to establish PT Komatsu Undercarriage Indonesia to manufacture components for construction equipment crawlers. 2001: Jan. Established Komatsu (China) Ltd. 2002: Jan.  Founded "Newberry Manufacturing Operation,"a facility for utility equipment, in the United States. Mar. Five plants in Japan achieved "Zero Emission." Apr. Established Komatsu Italia S.p.A. Apr.  Signed a letter of intent with Volvo Construction Equipment for the production of wheel loader cabs for Komatsu. Oct.  Komatsu Forklift and Komatsu Zenoah transformed into wholly owned subsidiaries. Oct.  Reached a basic agreement with Hitachi Construction Machinery for collaboration in production and procurement of construction and mining equipment.

003: Oct.  2 Established Komatsu Forklift (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. 2004: Jan.  Acquiring Partek Forest AB in Sweden (renamed Komatsu Forest AB). Jan.  Established Komatsu Industries (Shanghai) Ltd. Apr.  Established Hensley Lingfeng Co., Ltd. Jun.  Established Komatsu Zenoah (Shandong) Machine Co., Ltd. (renamed Komatsu Hydraulics Manufacturing Co., Ltd. in November 2007). Jun.  Established Komatsu Power Generation Systems (Shanghai) Ltd. Aug.  Established Komatsu Forklift Manufacturing (China) Co., Ltd. (renamed Komatsu Utility (China) Machine Co., Ltd. in November 2007). Sep.  Established PT Pandu Dayatama Patria. 2005: Jul.  Sold polysilicon business (ASiMI) to SGS Holdings Inc., the U.S. subsidiary of the Norwegian company Renewable Energy Corporation. Oct.  Developed the engine technology ecot3 compliant to Tier III emission standards. 2006: Oct.  Sold out 51% of Komatsu Electronic Metals stock to SUMCO CORPORATION. 2007: Jan.  Completed the construction of three new plants, i.e. Ibaraki Plant, Kanazawa Plant (both in Japan) and Chennai Plant (in India). Apr.  Integrated Komatsu Forklift Co., Ltd. and Komatsu Zenoah into new Komatsu Utility Co., Ltd. Oct.  Established Komatsu Undercarriage China Corp. 2008: Feb.  Established Komatsu Manufacturing Rus, LLC in Russia. Mar.  Made NIPPEI TOYAMA Corporation (renamed Komatsu NTC Ltd. in October 2008) a wholly owned subsidiary. Jun. Introduced hybrid hydraulic excavator. Dec.  Began operation of the autonomous haulage systems at the mine of Rio Tinto in Australia. 2009: Apr.  Reorganized Japanese sales and service structure for construction equipment and established Komatsu Construction Equipment Sales and Service Japan Ltd. Nov.  Executed a basic agreement to jointly advance the Bio Diesel Fuel Pilot Project in Indonesia with PT Adaro Energy Tbk and PT United Tractors Tbk.

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