JAPAN/NORWAY: Fujitsu General is to receive 67% of the shares of Kløver Vest Holdings AS (KVH), father or mother corporation of its Norwegian air conditioning distributor ACsenteret AS (ACS).
KVH offers a a person-cease support, by way of ACS, for shoppers in Norway, ranging from sales, set up, and services to servicing of air conditioning devices by its straight managed outlets.
Established in 2003, ACS statements to be Norway’s biggest brand-independent supplier of air-to-air and air-to-h2o heat pumps. In addition to Fujitsu, the corporation also currently offers Mitsubishi Electrical, Toshiba, Daikin and Panasonic tools.
It operates shops in Bryne, Bergen, Drammen, Kristiansand, Oslo, Stavanger, Vestfold/Telemark, Trondheim and Østfold. It also supplies item by means of sister firm FJ Klima, Norway’s only formal distributor of Fujitsu warmth pumps.
KVH has been in a co-operative marriage with Fujitsu Common about both revenue and technological innovation, which include gross sales of Fujitsu General products and some growth on consignment.
Fujitsu Standard states it has been promoting direct income for even further small business growth in Europe and build a new business enterprise structure. A person of its principal focuses is to make Europe a company product location for advancing “sustainable management” by increasing income of heat pumps.