Hitachi Canadian Industries


Hitachi Canadian Industries

Infobox_Company
company_name = Hitachi Canadian Industries Ltd.

company_type = Limited company
foundation = 1988
location = Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
key_people = Tom Kishchuk, President
industry = Industrial Fabricating
num_employees = 300
products = Pressure Vessels, Wind Towers, Power Generation Equipment parts & repair services (steam, gas and hydro turbines), Custom machining and welding
homepage = [http://www.hitachi.sk.ca www.hitachi.sk.ca]

Hitachi Canadian Industries Ltd. (HCI) is a wholly owned, independent subsidiary of Hitachi Ltd. of Japan. located in Saskatoon, Canada. HCI was created in 1988, and is part of the Power & Industrial division of Hitachi Ltd. Hitachi Canadian Industries Ltd. is a leader in custom steel manufacturing for the industrial and energy markets world wide.

Notable projects include wind turbine towers for SaskPower's Centennial wind farm.

History

* 1988 Began manufacturing steam turbine casings, employing 30 people in Saskatoon
* 1990s Adjusted focus to include the production of large industrial gas turbine casings
* 2000 Expanded to convert|100000|sqft|m2|abbr=on.
* 2001 Became the North American service center for Hitachi H25 gas turbines
* 2002 Began manufacturing wind towers and pressure vessels
* 2006 Expanded to convert|200000|sqft|m2|abbr=on.and manufacturing first shell and tube type heat exchanger
* 2008 HCI celebrates it's 20th anniversary in Saskatoon, and employs over 300 people

External links

* [http://www.hitachi.sk.ca Official Site]


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