Mitsui & Co Ltd

Altai Republic
Altay region
Amur Oblast
Arkhangelsk region
Astrakhan region
Belgorod region
Bryansk region
Chechen Republic
Chelyabinsk region
Chukotka Autonomous Okrug
Irkutsk region
Ivanovo region
Jewish Autonomous Region
Kaliningrad region
Kaluga region
Kamchatka Krai
Kemerovo region
Khabarovsk Krai
Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug
Kirov region
Komi Republic
Kostroma region
Krasnodar region
Krasnoyarsk Territory
Kurgan region
Kursk region
Leningrad region
Lipetsk region
Magadan region
Moscow region
Murmansk region
Nenets Autonomous Okrug
Nizhny Novgorod region
Novgorod region
Novosibirsk region
Omsk region
Orel region
Orenburg region
Penza region
Perm Krai
Primorsky Krai
Pskov region
Republic of Adygea
Republic of Bashkortostan
Republic of Buryatia
Republic of Chuvashia
Republic of Dagestan
Republic of Ingushetia
Republic of Kabardino-Balkaria
Republic of Kalmykia
Republic of Karachay-Cherkessia
Republic of Karelia
Republic of Khakassia
Republic of Mari El
Republic of Mordovia
Republic of North Ossetia
Republic of Sakha (Yakutia)
Republic of Tatarstan
Republic of Tyva
Rostov region
Ryazan region
Sakhalin Region
Samara region
Saratov region
Smolensk region
St. Petersburg
Stavropol region
Sverdlovsk region
Tambov region
Tomsk Oblast
Trans-Baikal Territory
Tula region
Tver region
Tyumen region
Udmurt Republic
Ulyanovsk region
Vladimir region
Volgograd region
Vologda region
Voronezh region
Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Okrug
Yaroslavl region
Republic of Crimea

Investor profile

Mitsui & Co Ltd

Tokyo, Japan

Company's website:

T: +81 3285 1111

Public company (TSE: 8031)

Contact: Mr Masami Iijima, President and Chief Executive Officer

The company’s core business consists in trade and investment in such spheres of the economy as oil&gas and minerals extraction and refining, steel and equipment production, infrastructure development (in the main, in the energy and railway transport sectors), the automotive and chemical industries, IT, transport and logistics, foodstuffs production and agriculture, the consumer sector and retail trade.

Кацуаки Ватанабэ
Hiroshi Meguro. General Director of "Mitsui &Co.. Moscow ", Chief Regional Manager" Mitsui "in CIS countries
Today "Mitsui" - the largest investor in the Russian economy among all Japanese companies. To date, "Mitsui" invested more than three billion dollars in the Russian economy. In international investment strategy of "Mitsui" Russia is among the top five countries in terms of attracting investment. I strongly believe in great potential for further cooperation of Japan and Russia in all spheres of activity."Mitsui" and I personally will continue to contribute to fostering this cooperation."
Mitsui & Co Ltd in the world

One of the world's most diversified comprehensive trading, investment and service companies

154 offices across 66 countries.

436 subsidiaries worldwide.

Over 40 thousand employees.

Extraction and processing of oil and gas
Extraction and processing of mineral resources
Production of steel products
Production of equipment
Development of energy infrastructure
Railway infrastructure development
Automotive industry
Chemical Industry
Information Technology
Transport and Logistics
Food and agriculture
Consumer & Retail
Mitsui & Co Ltd in Russia
Mitsui & Co. Moscow LLC
Sakhalin Energy (Sakhalin-2)

Crude oil & natural gas production at Sakhalin Shelf, natural gas liquefaction and export

T.M. Baikal Co., Ltd.

Production and export of timber

LLC KOMEK Machinery

Sales and service dealership of construction machinery

ZAO Alliance Motor Yekaterinburg

Dealership of Toyota automotive vehicles

ZAO Claas

Services for automotive vehicles

Hino Motors Sales LLC

Distribution of Hino trucks


Logistics service for electric appliances


In January 2013, Mitsui acquired QIWI's shares, Mitsui holds 3.3% shares of the Company

Stami Metal Service Center LLC

In June 2010, Mitsui and Steel Industrial Company ("SIC"), executed a joint venture agreement to establish a steel processing center Stami LLC

Alliance Motor Tyumen LLC

On 14 April 2011, Lexus dealer center was officially launched in Tyumen. The center is operated by OOO "Alliance Motor Tyumen" - 100% subsidiary of Mitsui Group.

ZAO Severstal-SSC-Vsevolozhsk

In September 2011 Mitsui and Severstal signed joint venture agreement to set up steel service center for automobile steel in Leningrad region. The operations were launched in 2013. Mitsui became the first Japanese trading company to participate in a establishment of the steel service center in Russia.


In January 2012 Mitsui and a Russian ICT Group have reached agreement on a joint investment in a railroad freight car operating lease business. Companies established a joint venture called MRC1520.

Sodrugestvo Group

In July 2012, Mitsui came to an agreement of 10% participation in Sodrugestvo Group, the largest oilseed crusher in Russia. Mitsui also agreed to have strategic alliance with Sodrugestvo and cooperate in grain export business.

Baikal Wood Co., ZAO

Logging, export of wood and timber

1967 – first office was opened in Moscow

1987 – Mitsui joined Sakhalin-2 project

1989 – Representative office was opened in Khabarovsk

1991 – T.M. Baikal Co., Ltd. was established

1992 – Representative office was opened in Vladivostok

2002 – Representative office was opened in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk

2004 – Mitsui & Co. Moscow LLC was registered.

2007 – Branch of Mitsui & Co. Moscow LLC was opened in St. Petersburg.

2009 – First batch of liquefied natural gas as part of Sakhalin-2 project was shipped

2011 – joint project with CJSC Severstal

April 2014 – anniversary 10,000th Toyota Land Cruiser Prado rolled off the production line of Mitsui, Sollers and Toyota plant in Vladivostok

2013 – Mitsui, Sollers and Toyota plant was opened in Vladivostok

Koji Tanaka, Head of Vladivostok branch of Mitsui & Co. Moscow LLC, Member of the Supervisory Board of Primorye Investment Promotion Agency.
"I would like to emphasize that our company has extensive experience of foreign investments. Among other examples is Sollers-Busan project. The fact that we have invested 50% alongside Sollers could be treated as my response to a possible question whether there are conditions for investors in Primorye."