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Title :民間需要拡大期における航空機工業の企業間連関 : 川崎重工岐阜工場の事例
Title alternative :Changing Interfirm Linkages of Aircraft Industry in the Period of Civilian Demand Growth : A Case Study of Gifu Plant of Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd.
Authors :合田, 昭二
Issue Date :22-Feb-2000
citation :岐阜大学地域科学部研究報告
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Abstract :At present, the percentage of military stores for the Japanese Self-Defence Force(SDF) in the Japanese aircraft producion is lower than 50%, though this percentage was more than 80% in the first half of 1990s. In Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd. (KHI), one of the largest fuselage manufacturers, aircraft production for SDF have decreased by the close of production of Patrol P3C and Fighter F15 in the latter part of 1990s. At the same time, production for civilian use have risen by the increase of Boeing passenger plane production. The purpose of this paper is to analyze the interfirm linkage of the KHI's Gifu plant, a special plant of the aircraft and space department, in the period of increase of civilian demand. The Gifu plant is located in the northern part of the Nagoya metropolitan region, the main aircraft manufacturing area in Japan. KHI has considerably reduced his function as the nucleus of interfirm linkage in the period of decrease of military stores. At present, KHI is the nucleus of interfirm linkage in the production of SDF's Trainer T4, whose production techniques was developed by Japanese companies, and three kinds of helicopter, which contains military plane and civilian plane. But output of these planes is substantially less than that of P3C, which KHI produced as nucleus of interfirm linkage. The producion of Fighter Support F2 in which Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. (MHI) is the nucleus of interfirm linkages, started after the end of the production of P3C. In this business, the linkage between MHI and KHI are not so close as the case of F15. ...
Type Local :紀要論文
ISSN :1342-8268
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12099/4469
Appears in Collections:no. 06-07 (2000)