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Fuji Electric Holdings Co., Ltd.

Fuji Electric Holdings Co., Ltd. is a Japan-based holding company. Through its subsidiaries and associated companies, the Company has operations in five business divisions. The Electric Systems division offers e-solutions, environmental systems, industrial and transportation systems, power plant products, as well as installs electrical facilities and air conditioners, among others. The Machinery and Controls division offers magnetic switches, manual motor starters, molded case circuit breakers, energy supervision equipment and servo systems, among others. The Electronic Devices division offers semiconductors, disc mediums and imaging devices. The Retail Systems division offers vending machines, currency equipment and cold chain equipment. Other businesses include the real estate, insurance and tourism businesses, as well as the provision of finance services, among others. Fuji Electric Holdings has 137 subsidiaries and 47 associated companies.



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