The Hindu Business Line  Mar 13  Comment 
We’ve all known the Suzuki Hayabusa to be the absolute quickest motorcycle in the world. Well, not anymore. The Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R is here
Reuters  Mar 1  Comment 
Japanese oil refiner TonenGeneral Sekiyu KK said several workers were injured when a fire broke out on Saturday in the residue hydrocracking unit of its Kawasaki plant near Tokyo, but that other refining units were operating normally.     
TechCrunch  Feb 26  Comment 
Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow, friends, but today we've got a few robots that will eventually take control of our lives and lead us into a bright, strange future. First up we present the "A Pruning Robot With a Power-Saving Chainsaw Drive,"...
Reuters  Feb 19  Comment 
Motorcycle maker Bajaj Auto is building on its partnerships with Japan's Kawasaki Heavy Industries and Austria's KTM AG as it looks to increase exports of its bikes to fuel growth.
Cellular News  Jan 22  Comment 
Ruckus Wireless says that it has deployed a Wi-Fi coverage network covering over two million square feet of manufacturing, back office and warehousing space at Kawasaki Motors' factory. Click here for more.
BusinessWeek  Jan 21  Comment 
The motorcycle makers, along with rivals Kawasaki and Suzuki, are focusing on a younger generation of riders
The Hindu Business Line  Jan 20  Comment 
Japanese two-wheeler major Kawasaki today expanded its range of motorcycles in India with the launch of Z800 model, priced at Rs 8.05 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). The company aims to sell a...
Forbes  Jan 15  Comment 
Business leaders can learn a thing or two from Guy Kawasaki.
The Hindu Business Line  Dec 23  Comment 
India Kawasaki Motors (IKM) is eyeing a one-fifth share of the superbike pie in the country in two years, and plans to add new showrooms as well as new models to its portfolio, which stands at fou...
The Hindu Business Line  Dec 23  Comment 
India Kawasaki Motors (IKM) has strengthened its presence in the high-end Indian motorcycle market with the launch of two new products today. The company has introduced the Ninja 1000 and...

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Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd (KHI) is a global manufacturer of transportation equipment and industrial goods. KHI manufactures ships, rolling stock, aircraft and jet engines, gas turbine power generators, environmental and industrial plants, and range of manufacturing equipment and systems.[1] KHI also produces consumer products, such as Kawasaki-brand motorcycles and personal watercraft. KHI’s business is divided into seven operations: shipbuilding, rolling stock and construction machinery, aerospace, gas turbines and machinery, plant and infrastructure engineering, consumer products and machinery, and hydraulic machinery.


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