|Industry||Industrial manufacturing plants|
|Kiyotaka Machida, President and CEO|
|Products||Power electronics apparatus, large capacity electric motors and automation systems, uninterruptible power supplies.|
|Revenue||¥188.6 billion (2012) |
Number of employees
|1832 (as of 31 March 2013) |
TMEIC (東芝三菱電機産業システム株式会社, Toshiba Mitsubishi Denki Sangyo Shisutemu Kabushiki-gaisha) (// TEE-myke) is a joint venture between Toshiba and Mitsubishi Electric headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, specializing in industrial electric and automation systems for industrial plants. The company develops and produces power electronics apparatus, electric motors, drives, and uninterruptible power supplies. TMEIC has worldwide operations with approximately 2000 employees.
Tokyo Electric Company, the predecessor of Toshiba Corporation, was founded in 1896.
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation was founded in 1921.
In 1999, Toshiba and Mitsubishi Electric established TMA Electric Corporation (TMAE), a joint venture specializing in rotating machinery. In 2000, Toshiba and General Electric Company formed Toshiba GE Automation Systems (TGAJ) operating in sales and engineering of industrial plant systems.
Toshiba and Mitsubishi Electric have decided to unify TMAE, TGAJ and their industrial systems division to form a joint venture named Toshiba Mitsubishi-Electric Industrial Systems Corporation (TMEIC). TMEIC started business on October 1, 2003.