Fuji Electric Sales Malaysia Sdn.Bhd.
Providing services that support infrastructure through local production for local consumption Expanding Business by Establishing a Sales Office in Malaysia
Fuji Electric, a major electronics manufacturer, started its full-scale expansion into Southeast Asia a few years ago. The company has already established consolidated companies in Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, and other countries, and has now established a sales office in Malaysia. Fuji Electric has already established consolidated companies in Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, and other countries.
The company is already contributing to the expansion of infrastructure in Malaysia, mainly in the areas of power receiving, transforming, power generation, and power distribution, supporting people's lives and social activities in various places such as airports, utility companies, schools, hospitals, and factories. In 1996, the company established a plant in Kedah to make semiconductors, and today it employs more than 2,000 people.
President Yasuyuki Saito said, "We want to provide our services through local production for local consumption. This is due to the fact that the company's factories are located in Japan and neighboring countries, which gives it a big advantage in providing products and services that are in line with local characteristics. In addition, the ability to set low prices while maintaining reliable Japanese quality is one of the major attractions for clients.
The company's products include transformers, panels, inverters, UPS, PCS, and other equipment related to power generation. Recently, demand for vending machines to be installed in factories as part of employee welfare programs has been increasing, and the company has been well received by local employees. In addition, the company has already received an order for air conditioning inverters for a tower that will be a new landmark in KL. In the future, the company plans to develop new business in new shopping malls and office buildings, as well as to propose energy-saving measures to old factories in need of renovation.