Fuji Electric Holdings is one of the Nikkei 225 listed Japanese holding company, ISIN JP3820000002. The holding company belonging to the Furukawa Group . Among the company’s products include pumps, generators, pressure gauges and gas analyzers. Company president Michihiro Kitazawa (2011) is. The company employs about 25,000 people and has offices in East Asia, Southeast Asia, North America and Europe.
The company was founded in 1923 as Fuji Denki Seizo KK as a joint venture between Furukawa Denki Kogyo ( 古河电気工业 ) with the German Siemens founded. The name Fuji has been assembled here from the first syllables of Fu Rukawa and JI mensu ([ zi: mens ])), the Japanese pronunciation for Siemens. In 1935, the communications sector was as Fuji Tsushinki Seizo , now Fujitsu spun out. The logo was originally from a circled überlagterten “f” and “S” as a symbol. In 1984, Fuji Denki Seizo KK, Fuji Denki KK ( 富士电机株式会社 ) and renamed in 2003 in a pure holding company transferred.
Fuiji Denki since the beginning of commercial exploitation of nuclear power in Japan in the development, construction and operation of nuclear power plants involved. Business are equipment for fuel preparation and handling ( glove boxes , robots ), the dismantling of nuclear power plants, and the treatment of radioactive waste. The company also participates in the development of Japan’s gas-cooled high temperature reactor, HTGR, a reactor of Generation IV .