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  • New Medium-Term Management Plan FY2012-FY2014 Materials Premium 2013 Aiming for New Creation August 10, 2011 Mitsubishi Materials Corporation Hiroshi Yao, President and Chief Executive Officer1 | Materials Premium 2013
  • Contents 1. Review of Previous Medium-Term Management Plan (FY08-10) 2. Overview of New Medium-Term Management Plan (FY12-14) 3. Growth Strategy 4. Business Strategy by Segment2 | Materials Premium 2013
  • 1. Review of Previous Medium-Term Management Plan (FY08-10)3 | Materials Premium 2013
  • Previous Medium-Term Plan (FY08-10) Review (1)  Management Objectives (FY2010) Ordinary income Over ¥110 billion ROA (Ordinary income/total assets) Over 5% Debt/equity ratio 1.5 times  Results Billions of yen FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11Ordinary income ¥135.9 ¥40.0 - ¥9.5 ¥56.4ROA 7.5% 2.2% - 0.5% 3.1%Debt/equity ratio 1.5 1.9 2.3 2.3(Net debt/equity ratio) (1.3) (1.7) (2.1) (2.0)  Goals were not reached in fiscal 2009 and fiscal 2010 because of a worse-than-anticipated business environment resulting from the global financial crisis.  In fiscal 2011, achieved ordinary income of ¥56.4 billion, reflecting both a recovery in the market and cost reduction efforts and overall management countermeasures to enhance Mitsubishi Materials’ business foundation implemented since fiscal 2009.4 | Materials Premium 2013
  • Previous Medium-Term Plan (FY08-10) Review (2)  Expansion and reinforcement of four core businesses constituting integrated management (Billions of yen) Investment amount Segment Main investment project by segment Cement Acquired shares in Robertson’s Ready Mix, Ltd. 120 Metals Similco mine investment 120 Integrated two copper processing companies, strengthened production capabilities Construction of Onahama S-furnace Advanced Materials Increased production of inserts 50 & Tools Increased tungsten smelting capacity Electronic Materials Increased production of polycrystalline silicon 50 & Components Others 50 Total 390Strategic investment in growth drivers to establish growth foundation in four core businesses5 | Materials Premium 2013
  • 2. Overview of New Medium-Term Management Plan (FY12-14)6 | Materials Premium 2013
  • Corporate Philosophy/Vision: New Medium-Term Management Plan Corporate Philosophy “Contribute to people, society and the Earth” through a code of conduct consisting of ten articles Vision Aim to be the strongest multi-faceted business group promoting value creation by providing unique materials and products from the customer’s perspective in a resource recycling and advanced information- oriented society. New Medium-Term Management Plan (FY12-FY14) Materials Premium 2013 Aiming for New Creation Twin focus on growth strategy and enhancement of financial position Materials Premium: Exploit synergies from our uniquely integrated businesses7 | Materials Premium 2013
  • New Medium-Term Management Plan (FY12-FY14) Management Objectives Twin focus on growth strategy and enhancement of financial position FY2011 FY2014Ordinary income ¥56.4 billion ¥110.0 billionROA 3.1% 6%Net debt/equity ratio 2.0 times Under 1.5 times Net sales ¥1,333.9 billion ¥1,570.billion (Overseas net sales ¥391.8 billion ¥510 billion) (Assumptions) Note: Excludes gold ingots exports. Forex in FY14: ¥85 = US $1 Price of copper in FY14: 320 cents/pound8 | Materials Premium 2013
  • Consolidated Financial Plan (Billions of yen) (億円) 売上高 20,000 2,000 Net sales 16,592 1,659.2 15,700 1,570.0 14,521 1,452.1 14,241 1,421.1 13,339 1,333.9 15,000 1,500 11,436 1,143.6 11,194 1,119.4 9,847 984.7 10,000 1,000 ROA (ordinary income) ROA ROA(経常利益) (%) 7.5 6.3 6.0 8.0 5.3 3.6 6.0 2.2 3.1 4.0 -0.5 2.0 (Billions(億円) of yen) 0.0 1,359 135.9 1,400 140 Operating profit 経常損益 営業利益 Ordinary Income (loss) 1,200 120 1,100 110.0 1,071 107.1 1,001 100.1 1,000 110 807 80.7 830 83.0 787 78.7 800 80 689 68.9 540 572 564 57.2 56.4 600 60 54.0 505 50.5 400 40.0 400 351 35.1 40 200 20 126 12.6 0 0 (9.5) (20) (200) (95) FY05 04年度 FY06 05年度 FY07 06年度 FY08 07年度 FY09 08年度 FY10 09年度 FY11 10年度 FY14 13年度9 | Materials Premium 2013
  • Factors Behind Increase in Ordinary Income Expect significantly improved earnings as a result of increased sales, improved equity losses/earnings of affiliates (億円)(Billions of yen) 1,100億円 ¥110 billion 1,100 110 1,000 100 170 17.0 900 90 Improved 持分法 110 11.0 損益、 equity Higher fuel losses/ その他 800 80 costs, コスト Cost- earnings lower of 燃料コスト ダウン cutting product affiliates, 増、製品 700 70 unit prices, 単価下落、 etc. fluctuations ¥56.4 銅価影響 in copper 600 60 564億円 billion 等 prices, etc. 390 39.0 500 50 400 40 -135 -13.5 米国セメント、 U.S. cement, 新興国向、 new product 新製品等の and other 300 30 sales for 販売増 developing countries, etc. 200 20 increased 10年度 FY2011 13年度 FY201410 | Materials Premium 2013
  • Investment Plan Twin focus on growth strategy and enhancement of financial position Cash flow from operations ¥325 billion (FY12-FY14) (Depreciation/amortization) (¥205 billion) Cash flows for three Cash flow from investment (¥275 billion) years Free cash flows ¥50 billion By Business By Application ¥275 ¥275 billion billion11 | Materials Premium 2013
  • Consolidated Financial Improvement Plan (Billions of yen) Interest-bearing debt D/E ratio Net D/E ratio (Times) 796.0 784.7 8,000 737.7 4.0 800 3.8 706.0 700.0 691.2 685.1 690.3 3.5 3.7 600 6,000 3.0 2.5 2.3 2.3 2.3 4,000 400 2.2 2.0 1.9 1.7 1.5 2.1 2.0 1.6 1.5 1.7 1.5 1.5 2,000 200 1.3 1.0 0.5 0 0.0 FY05 FY04 FY06 FY05 FY07 FY06 FY08 FY07 FY09 FY08 FY10 FY09 FY11 FY10 FY14 FY1312 | Materials Premium 2013
  • Plan Breakdown by Segment Fiscal 2011 Fiscal 2014 (Billions of Operating Ordinary Operating Ordinary yen) Net sales profit income Net sales profit income (loss) (loss) (loss) (loss) Cement 153.2 7.4 5.2 198.0 23.5 23.0 Metals 707.9 25.9 43.2 746.0 27.0 48.5 Advanced 143.0 16.0 15.1 179.0 24.0 21.5 materials Electronic 64.7 4.7 (11.5) 87.0 6.5 13.0 materials Aluminum 136.0 4.9 3.8 167.0 10.5 9.0 Other/ elimination 128.9 (1.9) 0.5 193.0 (8.5) (5.0) Total 1,333.9 57.2 56.4 1,570.0 83.0 110.0 Exchange rate sensitivity (consolidated ordinary income) ¥1 = US $1 (strong yen) -¥0.5 billion13 | Materials Premium 2013
  • 3. Growth Strategy14 | Materials Premium 2013
  • Structural Changes in the Business Environment  Stagnation in developed markets, expansion and intensifying competition in emerging markets  Resource costs remain high  Increasing global demand for society to have a lower environmental impact  Automobile and electronics industries growing in a global market led primarily by developing countries  Heightened global concerns over energy  Development of new social capital formation in line with disaster relief efforts15 | Materials Premium 2013
  • Growth Strategy for New Medium-Term Plan (1) Develop overseas markets, especially emerging markets  Focus development efforts on overseas markets, particularly regions with growth potential such as Asia (2) Realize “Materials Premium”  Exploit synergy created from distinct features of integrated management structure, make use of proprietary technology and business infrastructure across entire Company16 | Materials Premium 2013
  • Development of Overseas/Emerging Markets Cross-divisional development of overseas business focused on developing countries in Asia Asia (developing) U.S. Latin America Europe ・Strengthen local integration function Organization ・Make use of existing facilities laterally across divisions ・Execute regional strategy/marketing laterally across divisions ・Develop business for non-Japanese customers ・Expand sales of automobile, electronics and new energy related products Market/Sales/ Strategy ・Develop ・Increase sales of ・Strengthen sales ・Enter Eastern customized aircraft and network Europe/Russian products medical products market ・Expand existing ・Strengthen the ・Expand existing production Cement business’ production Production facilities, establish link in the value facilities strategy new production chain through New business facilities vertical integration development ・Develop an environmental recycle business17 | Materials Premium 2013
  • Development of Overseas/Emerging Markets FY2014 overseas company net sales of ¥510 billion* Overseas Market Development Attempt to expand sales in overseas markets through enhancement of existing overseas facilities and the aggressive development of new business and facilities. Overseas Net Sales by Region* Overseas Net Sales by Segment* (Billions of yen) (億円) (億円)(Billions of yen) 6,000 600 6,000 600 510 510 Others その他 Others 5,000 500 その他 5,000 500 Aluminum 欧州 Europe 403 電子材料 アルミ Electronics 403 4,000 400 米国 U.S. 4,000 400 Advanced 加工 Materials 3,000 3,000 300 300 Metals 銅 2,000 アジア 2,000 200 200 Asia 新興国 Developing 1,000 1,000 100 100 セメント Cement 0 0 FY11 Results 10年度実績 FY14 Objectives 13年度目標 10年度実績 FY11 Results 13年度目標 FY14 Objectives (Includes Aluminum new consolidation plan) (Includes Aluminum new consolidation plan) * Excludes exports of gold ingots18 | Materials Premium 2013
  • Development of Overseas/Emerging Markets Growing net sales by 60% compared to FY11 over next three years by selling parts and material products to Asia Focused on increasing sales of parts and material products to Asia Increase sales of high added-value parts and material products to automotive and electronics markets in developing Asian countries with growth potential Parts/Material Products Asia Net Sales (億円)(Billions of yen) 1,200 120 110 アルミ Aluminum 1,000 100 製品 products 電子 Electronic Materials 材料 products 800 80 製品 69 Lead frame elements Cemented carbide (inserts) 600 60 加工 Advanced Materials 製品 products 400 40 200 20 銅加工 Metals process 製品 products 0 0 10年度実績 FY11 Results 13年度目標 FY14 Objectives Surge absorbers Multi-port flat aluminum tubes (Includes Aluminum new consolidation plan)19 | Materials Premium 2013
  • Development of Overseas/Emerging Markets Invest primarily in overseas growth businesses 60% of investment for new business, expansion and rationalization will take place overseas Promote new business and enhancement of facilities developing Asian regions as well as investment in overseas mines Asian facility enhancement, new establishment: ¥45 billion Overseas mine investment: ¥35 billion Regional breakdown of new/expansion/rationalization investment Total Investment Equipment maintenance New/ 設備 48% 新規 国内 Japan expansion/ 増産 rationalization 海外 Overseas ¥142 更新 ¥275 48% billion 合理化 billion 39% 52% 52% 61% ¥133 1,330 ¥142 ¥56 billion 1,420 billion billion 億円 億円 ¥86 billion20 | Materials Premium 2013
  • Realizing Materials Premium Making use of Mitsubishi Materials Group materials, products and technologies and our strengths in global development focused in developing countries, we will use our distinctive integrated management structure to generate synergy and create value only Mitsubishi Materials Group can deliver. Extensive Global business materials, products and infrastructure technologies Value creation unique to Mitsubishi Materials Group Materials PremiumExpand/strengthen existing shared domains Create new business domains21 | Materials Premium 2013
  • Realizing Materials Premium: Strengthening Existing Shared Domains Strengthening Resources and Environmental Recycling Businesses  High raw material and fuel prices, uneven resource distribution heighten need to protect resources  Demand for Society with an Environmentally-Sound Material Cycle grows stronger across the globe  Aim to strengthen existing shared domains and for medium- to long-term growth through the realization of Materials Premium  Smelting-Cement business synergy enables the recycling of 26 chemical elements, the top in Japan  Value chains among Mining and Copper-Smelting, Coal-mining-and Cement businesses are driver of Group growth in the Resources business22 | Materials Premium 2013
  • Realizing Materials Premium: Strengthening Existing Shared Domains Unity of Resource and Environmental Recycling Businesses Establish Mineral Resource & Recycling Business Unit  Unify Resources (natural resources) and Environmental Recycling businesses (urban mining) under single management structure, execute resource strategy based on a long-term perspective  Collect resource technologies to expand and strengthen business foundation Resources/Recycling Business Unified Management Copper mining Copper Smelting Resources Tungsten mining Coal mining CementEnvironmental Recycling Cemented recycling Carbide Waste disposal Raw materials Fuel23 | Materials Premium 2013
  • Realizing Materials Premium: Strengthening Existing Shared Domains New Initiatives in the Environmental Recycling Business Strengthening new initiatives in each division  Accelerating initiatives involving recovering rare earth magnets and developing emerging markets through Home Appliance Recycling business  Advanced proprietary smelting/cement recycling system can dispose of wide variety of waste elements, including wastes from a final processing reclamation space, which enable the space to expand its capacity Recycle of rare earth metals Smelting/cement recycling system Smelting/Cement Recovering rare earth Recycling magnets from air Non- System ferrous Cement conditioning metal smelting Copper slag compressors and Gypsum refrigerator motors. (The portions circled in Waste Waste By-products By-products yellow are rare earth metals) Clinker dust24 | Materials Premium 2013
  • Realization of Materials Premium: Creation of New Business Domains Global business promotion Established Overseas Business Strategy Dept. and Corporate Marketing Dept. Growth of emerging markets  Strengths of the Mitsubishi Materials GroupGrowth of emerging markets Developing business at approx. 100 facilities in Increased demand in automotive/electronics 25 countries (as of April 2011) markets  Focus on Asia emerging markets Develop local procurement for Japanese (East Asia: 29, Southeast Asia: 32 locations) companies  Developing facilities in response to High barriers to entry automotive/electronics markets (country and business risks)  Abundant local/customer information Intense price competition Aiming for Asia net sales of ¥370 billion in fiscal 2014, a stronger marketing function and the formulation of a headquarters strategy that incorporates China, ASEAN and India Attempting to strengthen link with existing facilities25 | Materials Premium 2013
  • Companywide Strategy to Support Growth Companywide initiatives  Recruit, train and use global professionals, institute Personnel various systems training and use  Staffing that supersedes divisions or company, create human network  Create global procurement system to cut costsChange to low-cost structure  Reduce process costs through SCM/quality engineering deployment  Focus attention of business activities that cause major Further influences on corporate value (materiality), contribute to promotion of CSR main business through ongoing development of sustainable society26 | Materials Premium 2013
  • 4. Business Strategy by Segment27 | Materials Premium 2013
  • Cement (1) ObjectiveBy strengthening our earnings base in Japan and expanding business in theUnited States, we aim to become a major player in the Pacific Rim region. Business Environment Forecast Demand for Cement in Southern California, United States Cement Demand Forecast Japan (FY2011) 41.60 million tons (FY2014) 43.00 million tons Southern California, United States (FY2011) 4.05 million tons (FY2014) 5.70 million tons U.S. demand expected to rise sharply as economy recovers28 | Materials Premium 2013
  • Cement (2) Basic Strategy Strengthen our earnings base in Japan ・Establish an efficient production, sales and distribution system Create a vertical value chain in the United States Expand the recycling and resource businesses FY2014 Forecast Net Sales Operating Profit Ordinary Income(Billions of yen) (Billions of yen) (Billions of yen)200 200 20 200 20150 150 15 150 15100 23.5 100 23.0 100 10 10 50 50 5 50 5 7.4 5.2 0 0 0 0 0 10年度 FY2011 13年度 FY2014 FY2011 FY2011 FY2014 10年度 FY2011 13年度 FY2014 29 | Materials Premium 2013
  • Cement (3) Overseas Market Strategy  United States  China Create a vertical value chain Strengthen our earnings foundation at existing base (Yantai)  Reinforce the terminal business, expand area of  Expand sales of high-quality, high-value-added operations in ready-mixed concrete products  Diversify product offerings in line with  Centered on Yantai, expand our environmental environmental regulations and ready-mixed concrete businesses Develop our U.S. cement business Overseas Cement Segment Sales by Region (Southern California) Others Europe United States (Billions of yen) 100 Emerging Asian markets 88.0 80 60 56.0 Cushenbury plant 40 20 Long Beach Terminal 0 FY2011 Actual FY2014 Target | FY2011 Actual30 Materials Premium 2013
  • Metals (1) ObjectiveAchieve growth through investment in mine development, increasing costcompetitiveness in smelting business, and through strategic expansion ingrowth fields in the processed copper business. Business Environment Sensitivity to Copper Price Fluctuations (Billions of yen) Copper price assumptions Copper Price (FY2014) US$3.20/lb (Up 10¢/lb) Operating Profit 0.5 Rolled copper product demand Expected to increase in Dividend Income 0.5 Japan and overseas Earnings in equity of affiliates 0.131 | Materials Premium 2013
  • Metals (2) Basic Strategy Mining Raise own-mine ratio through stable operation of existing mines and steady development of new projects and mines under exploration (Fiji) Smelting Stabilize earnings by reinforcing a low-cost structure and expanding the recycling business Processed copper Expand earnings in downstream growth fields by strengthening relations with Mitsubishi Shindoh Co., Ltd. and Mitsubishi Cable Industries, Ltd. FY2014 Forecast Net Sales Operating Profit Ordinary Income (億円) (Billions of yen) (億円)(Billions of yen) (Billions of yen) 250 25 400 406,000 600 200 20 300 30 150 15 4854,000 400 259 25.9 270 27.0 43.2 432 48.5 707.9 707.9 746.0 746.0 200 20 100 102,000 200 100 10 50 5 00 0 0 0 0 10年度 FY2011 13年度 FY2014 10年度 FY2011 13年度 FY2014 FY2011 10年度 FY2014 13年度 32 | Materials Premium 2013
  • Metals (3) Overseas Market Strategy  Smelting  Processed Copper Copper Smelting in Indonesia (PTS) Strategic development in growth markets and fields  Maintain/increase high operating rates at PTS  Boost sales (Mitsubishi Shindoh Co., Ltd.) by leveraging and reinforcing existing emerging  Develop downstream business, centered on PTS market production bases for contour strips and ecobrass  Increase overseas sales of high-performance cables, and seal products (Mitsubishi CableRolled Copper Manufacturing Bases in Asia Industries, Ltd.) Qingdao Ecobrass Co., Ltd. (Ecobrass ingot production) Overseas Metals Segment Sales by Region Others その他 (Billions of yen) Europe 欧州 SDI Corporation (Operational tie-up related to United States 米国 contour strips) 3,000 300 Emerging Asian markets アジア新興国 268.0 Gotoh Philippines Corp. 2,500 250 239.0 (Pressings for lead frames) 2,000 200 Sambo Shindo Thailand 1,500 150 (Air conditioner parts) 1,000 100 Ryoshindoh Manufacturing Sdn. 500 50 Affiliated company Business tie-up Bhd. (Slits, contour strips) 0 0 FY2011 Actual 10年度実績 FY2014 Target 13年度目標33 | Materials Premium 2013
  • Advanced Materials and Tools (1) ObjectiveCentered on global expansion of the cemented carbide business, achievegrowth through strategic marketing, a robust sales network, overwhelmingtechnical development expertise and through progress and innovations inon-the-ground strength. (Millions of Automobile Production Forecast Business Environment (万台) vehicles) (Light Vehicles, 3.5 Tons or Less) 14,000 140 新興市場(中国、インド、南米、アジア、中東、 Emerging markets (China, India, South America, Asia, 12,000 アフリカ) Middle East, Africa) 120 成熟市場(欧州、北米、日本、韓国) Mature markets (Europe, US., Japan, South Korea)World Automobile Production Forecast 10,000 100 Mature markets 8,000 80 48% 6,000 (FY2011) 43.90 million units 60 39% 4,000 (FY2014) 55.00 million units 40 52% 2,000 20 61% 0 Emerging markets 0 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Source: IHS Automotive, June 2011. Figures for 2010 are actual, from (FY2011) 28.00 million units 2011 to 2017 are forecasts (FY2014) 37.90 million units Automobile production to expand, centered on emerging markets34 | Materials Premium 2013
  • Advanced Materials and Tools (2) Basic StrategyCemented carbide products ・Expand global sales routes and production capacity ・In addition to the mainstay automobile industry, expand sales in fields such as aircraft, infrastructure and healthcare ・Stable procurement of tungsten: Increase supplier diversity and raise recycling ratioHigh-performance products ・Boost revenues in aircraft, environmental and new energy fields (MMC Superalloy Corp.) ・Increase sales of eco-friendly car parts (Diamet Corp.) FY2014 Forecast Net Sales Operating Profit Ordinary Income(Billions of yen) (Billions of yen) (Billions of yen)2,000 200 250 25 250 251,500 150 200 20 200 20 150 15 150 151,000 100 1,790 179.0 240 24.0 143.0 100 10 100 10 215 21.5 1,430 16.0 160 500 50 151 15.1 50 5 50 5 0 0 00 00 FY2011 10年度 FY2014 13年度 FY2011 10年度 FY2014 13年度 FY2011 10年度 FY2014 13年度 35 | Materials Premium 2013
  • Advanced Materials and Tools (3) Overseas Market Strategy Cemented Carbide Products  High-Performance Products Increase global sales by expanding Increase global sales by expanding overseas bases overseas bases  Expand sales network in China and other  Boost overseas sales of eco-friendly car emerging markets parts  Expand production bases in Asian  Expand production bases in Asian emerging markets emerging markets Sales Network for Cemented Overseas Advanced Materials and Carbide Products in China Sales management company Tools Segment Sales by Region (head office, branches) Agency/retailer Others その他 (Billions of yen) Technical center Europe 欧州 United States 米国 75.0 800 80 Beijing Emerging Asian markets アジア新興国 700 70 600 60 52.0 Tianjin 500 50 Shanghai 400 40 Chongqing 300 30 200 20 100 10 Guangzhou 0 0 FY2011 Actual 10年度実績 FY2014 Target 13年度目標36 | Materials Premium 2013
  • Electronic Materials & Components (1) Objective Centered on silicon-related businesses that lend themselves to the vertical value chain and based on technology development expertise, become a highly profitable business group with a leading portfolio of differentiated products Business Environment Global Semiconductor Market Forecast (Billions of U.S. dollars) Market Forecast 4,000 400 Segment products overall 3,000 300 Firm demand, centered on energy savings, alternative energy and 2,000 200 environment-related products 1,000 100 Polycrystalline silicon Expanding demand for use in 0 semiconductors 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Source: World Semiconductor Trade Statistics (WSTS)37 | Materials Premium 2013
  • Electronic Materials & Components (2) Basic Strategy Silicon Increase cost competitiveness in high-quality parts for semiconductors Advanced materials Boost sales, centered on precision-mounted materials and target materials Devices Bolster sales by strengthening sales network in global markets FY2014 Forecast Net Sales Operating Profit Ordinary Income (Loss)(Billions of yen) (Billions of yen) (Billions of yen)1,000 100 150 15 60 100 10 800 80 130 13.0 50 5 600 60 40 65 6.5 0 0 400 40 870 87.0 47 647 64.7 20 4.7 -50 (5) -115 (11.5) 200 20 -100 (10) 0 0 0 -150 (15) 10年度 FY2011 13年度 FY2014 10年度 FY2011 13年度 FY2014 10年度 FY2011 13年度 FY2014 38 | Materials Premium 2013
  • Electronic Materials & Components (3) Overseas Market Strategy Electronic Devices  Advanced MaterialsIncrease sales in the high-end volume zone Cultivate differentiated technologiesin emerging markets and respond with new products Reinforce production bases in Thailand  Expand sales of precision-mounted and Malaysia materials and targets in Taiwan and Asian Develop strategic products for emerging markets emerging marketsBases in the Electronic DevicesBusiness in Asian Emerging Markets Overseas Electronic Materials & MMC Electronics Thailand MMC Electronics Korea Components Segment Sales by Region (Manufacture and sale of (Sale of electronic devices) electronic devices) Others その他 (Billions of yen) 400 40 Europe 欧州 36.0 United States 米国 Emerging Asian markets 300 30 アジア新興国 24.0 200 20 MMC Electronics Malaysia MMC Electronics Hong Kong 100 10 (Manufacture and sale of (Sale of electronic devices) electronic devices) 00 FY2011 Actual FY2014 Target FY2014 Target 10年度実績 13年度目標39 | Materials Premium 2013
  • Aluminum (1) Basic Strategy Rolledand processed aluminum products: Mitsubishi Aluminum Co., Ltd. ・Bolster competitiveness in automobile heat exchanger materials, extrusion materials and fin materials ・Increase sales of solar cell back-sheets Can production: Universal Can Corp. ・Promote efforts to make thin-walled can materials stronger and more lightweight ・Boost sales of bottle cans FY2014 Forecast Net Sales Operating Profit Ordinary Income (Billions of yen) (Billions of yen) (Billions of yen)2,000 200 100 10 100 10 80 8 80 81,500 150 60 6 60 61,000 100 105 10.5 90 9.0 1,670 167.0 40 4 40 4 1,360 136.0 500 50 20 2 49 4.9 20 2 38 3.8 0 0 00 0 0 FY2011 10年度 FY2014 13年度 10年度 FY2011 13年度 FY2014 10年度 FY2011 13年度 FY2014 40 | Materials Premium 2013
  • Aluminum (2) Overseas Market Strategy  Rolled and processed aluminum products (Mitsubishi Aluminum Co., Ltd.) Promote overseas business for automotive products, centered on emerging markets Promote production and sales increases  Increase sales of solar cell back-sheets for heat exchanger extrusion materials (multi-port flat tubes), plate materials (fins) in China, Thailand, the United States and other countries Mitsubishi Aluminum’s Overseas Bases Overseas Aluminum Segment Sales by Region MA China Extrusion (Suzhou) Co., Thermalex, Inc. その他 Others (Billions of yen) Ltd. (manufacture and sales of 300 30 (manufacture and sales of aluminum aluminum extrusion) 欧州 Europe extrusion) 米国 States United 22.0 Emerging Asian markets アジア新興国 200 20 Muan-Max (Thailand) Co., Ltd. 16.0 (manufacture and sales of aluminum extrusion) 100 10Varopakorn Plc. Ltd Malc-Thai Co., Ltd (Business tie-up) (Sales of aluminum products) 00 (Plate production) FY2011 Actual 10年度実績 FY2014 Target 13年度目標 (Including entities expected to be newly consolidated)41 | Materials Premium 2013
  • New Medium-Term Business Plan (FY2011-2014) Materials Premium 2013 Aiming for New Creation -Twin focus on growth strategy and enhancement of financial position- Expand into overseas markets, particularly emerging markets Create new value Realize a materials premium42 | Materials Premium 2013
  • Contributing to People, Society and the Earth In addition to addressing the problem of global warming, we of the Mitsubishi Materials Group seek to apply our diverse management resources to the task of turning the tide on energy-related issues, brought into relief by the Great East Japan Earthquake, and respond to the pressing societal requirement of rebuilding in the aftermath of the disaster.43 | Materials Premium 2013
  • Contributing to Earthquake ReconstructionProcessing Waste from the In the region contaminated byEarthquake radioactivity, participate in and cooperate with theContribute on many fronts decontamination business Mineral Resources & by applying the Group’s Recycling Business Unit waste-processing expertise Group companies At copper smelter, Process wood Aomori Plant recycle automobile and plastic shredder dust and non- waste by ferrous metal waste Iwate Plant recycling them Onahama Smelter & Refinery at cement plants Yokoze Plant Kyushu Plant Process waste from electronic appliances East Japan Recycling Systems Corp. Panasonic Eco Technology Kanto Co., Ltd44 | Materials Premium 2013
  • Initiatives in New Energy Fields (1)Initiatives in New Energy FieldsIn addition to the problem of global warming, the Great East Japan Earthquake prompted an increase in awareness of energy problems. Against this backdrop, the Group plans to meet societal demands by accelerating its ongoing efforts in diverse new energy-related businesses over the medium to long term. Group Businesses Related to New Energy Sell and develop a host of Energy creation products that leveraged our materials and parts technologies Energy storage Supply energy by employing our technology for developing subterranean resources Energy savings45 | Materials Premium 2013
  • Initiatives in New Energy Fields (2) Diverse Products that Leverage Our Materials and Parts Technologies Energy Creation Energy Storage Energy Savings Solar cell related products Products for lithium Products related to energy savings secondary batteries  Back-sheets  Heat shield coated film  Chemical compound sputtering  Tin alloy anode  DBA substrates targets materials  Semiconductor power transistor materials  Single-crystal silicon pullers  Thermistor sensors (contour strips) Back-sheets Tin alloy anode materials Heat shield coated film Semiconductor powerSingle-crystal silicon puller transistor materials (contour strips) Chemical compound Thermistor sensors DBA substrates sputtering targets 46 | Materials Premium 2013
  • Initiatives in New Energy Fields (3)Supply Energy by Employing Our Technology for DevelopingSubterranean Resources Energy Creation Energy SavingsGeothermal power generation Geothermal heat pump systems Operation of two geothermal power plants (including  Employ design technologies optimally suited steam supply) to the location’s characteristics Feasibility study underway on new site (Yuzawa, Akita  Experience with numerous projects (public Prefecture), resource surveys and studies underway at facilities, commercial facilities, homes, melting several other locations snow on roadways, etc.) Onuma Geothermal Power Plant Wasabizawa Construction of in-ground heat exchanger (Kazuno, Akita Prefecture) Geothermal Steam Test well at Tokyo Sky Tree (Yuzawa, Akita Prefecture)47 | Materials Premium 2013