Fujitsu General America
Tomokazu Hosoi, president of Fujitsu General America
Tomokazu Hosoi, president of Fujitsu General America
Tomokazu Hosoi, president of Fujitsu General America
Tomokazu Hosoi, president of Fujitsu General America
Tomokazu Hosoi, president of Fujitsu General America

Fujitsu General America Promotes Hosoi to President

Jan. 18, 2024
Tomokazu Hosoi served six months as interim president and COO of the company.

PRESS RELEASE

Tomokazu Hosoi was promoted to president of Fujitsu General America after serving for six months as interim president and COO of the company.

For seven years prior to that role Hosoi was vice president of business development.  Achievements since joining Fujitsu in 2001 include contributing to a doubling of company sales (twice) during his assignments to the United States. 

“Our real strengths lie in our customer-first and family-like company culture,” Hosoi stated.  “We seek to enhance our support for customers, closely measuring our performance as we strive for operational excellence.”

His vision for Fujitsu General America is to become an energy-saving solutions provider. “Currently, we're selling reliable, super-efficient air conditioning and heat pump systems,” Hosoi said. “Yet we also aim to provide a holistic energy-savings solution for end-users while, at the same time, helping to secure a decarbonized future for local communities.”

Hosoi began his career in 2001 in international sales at Fujitsu.  He then held marketing roles at Fujitsu General America between 2005 and 2011. Returning to Japan, he became section manager for North and South America and Oceania, a role he held for four years.  In 2015, he returned to NJ-based Fujitsu General, concluding those years as vice president of business development. 

During this time, he initiated alliances with U.S. companies such as Rheem, Ventacity Systems and Westinghouse. These collaborations aimed to expand not only the company’s ductless systems core business, but also broader lineups, including unitary and ventilation systems.