TOKYO, Oct 19 (Reuters) - Kobe Steel Ltd's admission that it fabricated specifications on some of its aluminium, copper and other products has left about 500 affected companies scrambling to pin down the potential impact.
No safety issues have surfaced as Kobe Steel attempts to confirm the extent of the data tampering.
The following lists companies that have received falsely certified parts or are checking whether they have received them.
TOYOTA, HONDA, NISSAN, MAZDA
Toyota Motor Corp, Honda Motor Co, Nissan Motor Co and Mazda Motor Co said there were no safety problems with affected aluminium parts sourced directly from Kobe Steel.
The automaker said they were still checking on other parts from their suppliers.
Boeing Co, the world's biggest maker of passenger jets, has used affected Kobe Steel products, a source with knowledge of the matter told Reuters.
Airbus SE does not buy products directly from Japan's Kobe Steel but is investigating whether any of its suppliers are affected by the cheating scandal, an Airbus spokesman said.
Ford Motor Co said its Ford Mondeo in China has an aluminium hood from Kobe Steel but that it had not confirmed whether this was an affected product.
General Motors Co said it is was investigating whether any autos contained products sourced from Kobe Steel.
Rolls-Royce Holdings said it received affected products but they have not been used.
Korean Air Lines Co said it has supplied parts using Kobe Steel products to Boeing and was investigating.
Hyundai Motor Co and sister car maker Kia Motors Corp said panels produced by Kobe Steel have been used in the IONIQ and Niro models.
Subaru Corp said vehicles and aircraft were affected.
Japanese industry ministry officials said Kobe Steel materials were used in some defence equipment made by Subaru.
Suzuki Motor Corp says affected products were used in its motorcycles.
Mitsubishi Motors Corp confirmed affected products were used.
Denso Corp, the Toyota-affiliated parts manufacturer, said affected parts were used in heat exchangers.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd said Kobe Steel products were used on its Mitsubishi Regional Jet and rockets, including the H-2A rocket launched on Oct. 10 to put a navigation satellite into orbit. The rocket cleared all safety checks before launch, the company said.
Japanese industry ministry officials said Kobe Steel materials were used in some defence equipment made by Mitsubishi Heavy.
Heavy machinery maker IHI Corp said affected products were used in its jet engines.
IHI is a supplier for engines used on Boeing Co aircraft and in Japan's defence and aerospace industries. The company did not say which engines used the affected products.
Japanese industry ministry officials said Kobe Steel materials were used in some defence equipment made by IHI.
Hitachi Ltd said affected aluminium products were used in its trains in Japan and the U.K.
The company said it plans to exchange parts used in the undercarriage of bullet trains running on JR Tokai and JR West lines.
It was not possible to switch out components used in train bodies, such as on JR East bullet trains and in its U.K. trains, the company said, adding it is considering whether to seek compensation from the steelmaker.
Central Japan Railway Company Co, which operates the bullet train line between Tokyo and Osaka, said affected products were used in train undercarriages and would be replaced during routine maintenance.
Affected products were also used in trains running on the test track for its high-speed, magnetically levitated "maglev" railway line currently under construction.
West Japan Railway Co said affected parts were used and that it will seek compensation from the steelmaker.
East Japan Railway Co said affected parts were used in bullet train bodies.
TOKYO METRO, HANKYU HANSHIN
Railway line operators Tokyo Metro Co and Hankyu Hanshin Holdings Inc said affected parts were used in trains.
Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd said affected materials were used in aircraft parts and in engine components while it was still investigating to see if there were any other products including trains that used affected materials.
Japanese industry ministry officials said Kobe Steel materials were used in some defence equipment made by Kawasaki Heavy.
Mitsubishi Electric Corp said affected copper was used in air conditioners produced domestically.
Fukushima nuclear operator Tokyo Electric Power Holdings Inc (Tepco) said it had taken delivery of pipes from Kobe Steel that were not checked properly. The pipes were delivered to its Fukushima Daiichi station, located near the destroyed Fukushima Daiichi plant, but have not been used, Tepco said. Tepco was checking all its facilities.
Toshiba Corp said affected products were used in cooling equipment.
Volkswagen AG said Kobe Steel is not a direct supplier and that it was checking the situation with its own suppliers.
Panasonic Corp said affected products were used in Blu-ray discs and had also received affected copper and copper alloy pipes from Kobe Steel.
Daimler AG said that Kobe Steel is not a supplier after the Nikkei said it had received products from the steelmaker with falsified specifications.
PSA Group also said that Kobe Steel is not a supplier after the Nikkei said it had also received products from the steelmaker with falsified specifications.
NEC Corp said it was waiting to hear from Kobe Steel whether it had received affected products.
Fujitsu Ltd said Kobe Steel is not a direct supplier and that it was checking the situation with its own suppliers.
The Nikkei also said the following companies have been supplied with affected products from Kobe Steel.
Sumitomo Wiring Systems, Takata Corp, Yazaki Corp, Shimadzu Corp, Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding Co Ltd , Yokohama Rubber Co Ltd, Komatsu Ltd, Daikin Industries Ltd, Horiba Ltd, Nidec Corp .
Tesla Inc, Renault SA, Daimler AG , Valeo SA and Volvo AB, General Electric Co, Intel Corp. (Reporting by Sam Nussey, Yuka Obayashi, Osamu Tsukimori, Joe White, Hyunjoo Jin; Editing by Aaron Sheldrick, Shri Navaratnam and Sherry Jacob-Phillips)