ABOUT US

Mission

‘AICHI-NAGOYA AEROSPACE CONSORTIUM’ (ANAC) carries out projects to continuously develop the aerospace ecosystem in Aichi Prefecture through the collaboration of all sectors of the industry.

Members

AICHI PREFECTURAL
GOVERMENT

CITY OF NAGOYA

Chubu Aerospace Industrial
Technology Center

AICHI INDUSTRY PROMOTION
ORGANIZATION

Nagoya Industries Promotion
Corporation

Chubu Bureau of Economy, Trade and Industry

Komaki City

Nagoya Chamber of Commerce & Industry

Japan External Trade Organization

GREATER NAGOYA INITIATIVE

NAGOYA UNIVERSITY

CHUBU UNIVERSITY

Aichi Perfectual University

Activities

  • Forums & networking events
    • Holding an annual ANAC forum and various seminars
    • Various networking events among regional companies, international companies, universities and other aerospace players
  • Exhibiting and matchmaking
    • Exhibit at various international events with regional companies
    • Matching programs for B2B / R&D
  • Human resource development
    • Human resource development programs in collaboration with universities
    • Internship programs for high school students
  • Consulting programs by various experts
    • Expanding sales channels and new entry to aerospace industry
    • Productivity and management improvement, acquiring certifications
  • Promotion and support for R&D
    • Assist in the formation of R&D teams
    • Support for obtaining public funds

History

August 24, 2018 Establishment of AICHI-NAGOYA AEROSPACE CONSORTIUM
September 18, 2019 Nagoya University and Chubu University joined ANAC
March 30, 2020 Aichi Prefectural University joined ANAC
December 15, 2020 Concluding MOU with AÉRO MONTRÉAL
March 29, 2021 Komaki City joined ANAC

Our region

AEROSPACE Aichi Prefecture is the No.1 aerospace industrial region in Japan where the development and production of aircraft, aircraft engines, rockets, etc. is actively carried out.
Highlights of the Aerospace industry in Aichi:
  • Development of The Mitsubishi SpaceJet family of regional jets
  • MHI, KHI, SUBARU which participate in the international joint development of 787 and 777 / 777X. Together they contribute enormously these passenger jets’ fuselages and wings
  • MHIAEL, which participates in the international collaborative development of aircraft engines, carries out engine production and MRO
  • The Japanese national flagship launch vehicle, the H-IIA, H-IIB, and H3, have also been developed and produced in Aichi
  • Startups are working on the development of next-generation air mobility such as UAM and suborbital spaceplane
  • Almost 200 enterprises including SMEs are working for aerospace in Aichi Prefecture
AICHI-NAGOYA Aichi Prefecture is located in the central part of Japan, with a population of 7.5M centered around Nagoya City. The area boasts a GDP of 360B $, which is an economic scale equivalent to countries such as Denmark or Singapore.
Aichi Prefecture is Japan's No. 1 manufacturing prefecture where various industries thrive, and is one of the world's leading industrial manufacturing regions.
Many global manufacturers in automotive and machine tooling such as Toyota Motor Corporation, DENSO, AISIN, OKUMA, DMG MORI and Mazak are headquartered in Aichi Prefecture.
In addition, 51 universities and 220,000 companies are located in Aichi prefecture.
Many of these universities and companies actively participate in R&D projects to further the industrial future of the region.

Aichi prefecture has long been a leader in Aerospace manufacturing and development. At ANAC we strive to bring together the capabilities of Aichi with the global community to create a brighter future for Aerospace.

Overview

GDP

$

372

billion

Larger than Denmark & Singapore

Population

7.5

million

Companies

220,388

Employees

4.2

million

Universities

51

No. 1 in Japan,
for 43 consecutive years

Turnover

$

436

billion

No. 1 in Japan

Export

$

147

billion

in Nagoya Customs

Turnover of main industries

No. 1 in Japan

Automotive

$

232

billion

TOYOTA, DENSO, AISIN, MITSUBISHI MOTORS

No. 1 in Japan

Material

$

40.9

billion

Metal, Rubber, Plastic

No. 1 in Japan

Production machinery/
Robotics

$

21.0

billion

Yamazaki Mazak, OKUMA, DMG MORI, JTEKT

Aerospace

Aerospace Industry in the Chubu Area centered
on Aichi Prefecture

Turnover

$

7.09

billion

Domestic share of turnover

Approx.

50

%

Companies

196

Employees

13,932

Prime maker

Mitsubishi
SpaceJet

development and final assembly

B787

Approx.

1/3

of B787 body parts production

Japanese Flagship
Launch Vehicle

H-IIA,
H-IIB&H3