|Turbo Systems United Co., Ltd
|No. of employees
|About 75 (as of January 1st, 2022)
|Scope of business
|October 1st, 1998
|400 Million Yen
Osaki Wiz Tower 21F, 2-11-1 Osaki, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
Turbo Systems United Co., Ltd. (TSU) was established on October 1, 1998 as a joint venture of Accelleron Industries and IHI Corporation.
TSU is the sales and service organization for Accelleron and IHI turbocharger products in Japan applied on large diesel and gas engines for ships, power stations, gen-sets, diesel locomotives and large off-highway vehicles.
TSU works closely with engine builders from the initial design stage, providing the highest level of application engineering and support for the customer through installation as well as operating fully integrated in the Accelleron worldwide turbocharging network.
Since 1958, IHI has license agreement with Accelleron in Switzerland (formally BBC/ABB) for production of Accelleron Turbochargers.
|First license agreement between BBC and IHI.
|BBC Japan established and Start of Turbocharger after-sales service in Japan.
|IHI and ABB founded Turbo Systems United Co., Ltd., with headquarter and East Japan service station in Tokyo and Kansai Branch in Kobe as West Japan service station.
|AT14 market introduction
IHI start delivery of licensed TPS/TPL generation
|Kansai Branch and service station relocated
|Kyusyu office and service station opened
|A100-L,M,H is launched
|Onomichi office and service station opened
|Hakodate Service Point opened.
|A200-L is launched
|Kyusyu Office and service station relocated
Tokyo office relocated to Osaki
|MXP product release, joint development by IHI and ABB of dedicated marine auxiliary product
A255/260-L is launched.
|Tokyo service station relocated to Yokohama
|Head Office relocated to Wiz tower in Osaki
Following the spin-off of ABB Turbocharging, TSU becomes joint venture of Accelleron and IHI