Mitsubishi Mahindra Agricultural Co., Ltd. is a company that seeks to realize a richer, more harmonized human society through agriculture. The evolution of a mechanized civilization has allowed human beings to acquire an abundance of commodities. At the same time, however, new problems have emerged, including food issues, resource issues, environmental conservation, and an aging society. Finding solutions to these problems is a matter of great urgency. For these problem, we harness the product-development strengths and global-development strengths of Mahindra & Mahindra and the total technological strength of Mitsubishi group as much as possible. We would like to discover the harmony between nature, human and machines with our creativity to contribute to the creation of the prosperous new age. Mitsubishi Mahindra Agricultural Machinery hopes to bequeath this beautiful world to the future generations.
Mitsubishi Mahindra Agricultural Machinery Co., Ltd.
February 16, 1945
CEO, President: Toru Saito
Number of employee
1,376 employees (as of April 1, 2017)
44.8 billion yen (term ended March 2017)
Our main business consists of developing, selling, installing, and repairing items below:
Tractors, cultivators, power tillers, other soil-preparation machinery; rice transplanters, vegetable transplanters, and other cultivating machinery; combine harvesters, binders, harvesters, and other crop-adjustment machinery; and more
Facilities for raising seedlings, cultivating rice and flowers, cultivating mushroom beds, and carrying out low-temperature treatment; engaging in construction and engineering projects involving various types of greenhouses and other such facilities; and other types of industrial machinery
The Satoh Shokai Co. is established and the company commences manufacturing and selling of rotary rice threshers.
Satoh Machinery Co., Ltd., is established.
The Sendai Plant is established in Tagajo City, Miyagi Prefecture; the company commences manufacturing tractors.
Mitsubishi Machinery Sales Co., Ltd., is established through a merger with a sales company.
With Satoh Machinery Co., Ltd., as the surviving corporation, undergoes a merger of equals with Mitsubishi Machinery Sales Co., Ltd., and changes its name to Mitsubishi Agricultural Machinery Co., Ltd.
Tractor production at Sendai Plant is halted and consolidated into Shimane Head Office Plant.
ISO 9001 certification is acquired.
ISO 14001 certification is acquired.
An OEM contract is concluded with Mahindra USA.
A representative office is established in The United States of America.
The sales company is restructured into the East Japan Mitsubishi Agricultural Machinery Sales Company and West Japan Mitsubishi Agricultural Machinery Sales Company.
A representative office is established in Thailand.
MAM Rental Co., Ltd., is established, whereupon the agricultural machinery rental business is launched.
The company name of Mitsubishi Agricultural Industries Co., Ltd., is changed to Ryono Factory Co., Ltd.
The company becomes a fully-owned subsidiary of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.
Production operations are restructured into Ryono Factory Co., Ltd.
The sales company is restructured into the Mitsubishi Agricultural Machinery Sales Co., Ltd.
The company name is changed to Mitsubishi Mahindra Agricultural Machinery Co., Ltd.