- September 08, 2015
- FUJI ELECTRIC CORP. OF AMERICA
- Fuji Electric Corp. of America
The plant will assemble Variable Speed Drive Custom Panels, Uninterruptible Power Systems (UPS), and Auxiliary Power Systems (APS).
September 8, 2015 - Fuji Electric opens facility in Roanoke, Virginia, to assemble Variable Speed Drive Custom Panels, Uninterruptible Power Systems (UPS), and Auxiliary Power Systems (APS).
"Fuji Electric's U.S. Engineering team has been operating out of our original Roanoke, Virginia facility since June 2007, so when we decided to open a larger facility and expand our engineering and production efforts, Roanoke was a natural fit for our business," said Philip Charatz, President and CEO of Fuji Electric Corp. of America. "The city has a strong manufacturing presence with a large pool of qualified, skilled employees, and this new facility will give us the ability to support our increasing Drives business along with our other growing divisions."
Located at 105 14th Street NW just outside of downtown Roanoke, Fuji Electric has begun production on custom panels for Drives customers and will conduct assembly, witness testing and sales training on their newly released Uninterruptible Power Systems. Production on APS products will begin in November.
"Today's manufacturing trends require flexibility and rapid responses to customer's evolving needs," said Larry Butkovich, General Manager of the Roanoke facility. "Fuji Electric has a worldwide reputation for our engineering and manufacturing capabilities, and we look forward to using our century of experience to strengthen our presence in the U.S. market."
About Fuji Electric
Fuji Electric Corp. of America is a wholly owned subsidiary of Fuji Electric Co., Ltd., and has been responsible for sales and distribution of the company's products since 1970. Fuji Electric Co., Ltd. began developing power electronics equipment in 1923, and is a global leader in industrial products ranging from semiconductors, HMIs, power supply, and power generation equipment to
AC drives and uninterruptible power systems.Learn More
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