Mitsubishi Electric Appoints Shuji Morisaki as Senior VP, GM
Originally published: 04.30.13 by HVACR Business Staff
Mitsubishi Electric announced that Shuji Morisaki will step in as senior vice president, general manager. In his role, Morisaki will position the Division for future success by continuing its strong commitment to the US ductless market, the company says. He is charged with managing and maintaining the productivity of the Division, sustaining the company’s leading position in the ductless industry and overseeing engineering and manufacturing operations specific to the Cooling & Heating Division.
“Mr. Morisaki has a clear understanding of the HVAC business, the U.S. market and the importance of the U.S. HVAC organization to Mitsubishi Electric Corporation ,” says Katsuya Takamiya, president & CEO, Mitsubishi Electric US, Inc.. “I’m confident Mr. Morisaki’s experience and global perspective will play a key role in the continued growth of our organization.”
Morisaki has more than three decades of HVAC marketing experience with Mitsubishi Electric, including three years in the marketing department for the Mitsubishi Electric US Cooling & Heating Division. He began his career in 1981 at Wakayama Works in its air-conditioning marketing section. He then expanded his global management knowledge and experience by holding HVAC marketing positions in the Living Environment & Digital Media Equipment Group in Japan and Mitsubishi Electric Air
manager, Marketing Department, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Systems Works, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation.
“After spending decades with Mitsubishi Electric in posts around the world I’m honored to return to this extremely accomplished division,” said Morisaki. “I look forward to contributing to the continued success of Mitsubishi Electric US Cooling & Heating.”
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