MHI Compressor International names new CEO

By Keefe Borden01 June 2021

Jun Fukuda

MHI Compressor International Corp. (MCO-I) has appointed Jun Fukuda as its new president and CEO. He succeeds Manabu Saga, who has returned to Hiroshima as an advisor for MCO.

Fukuda jointed Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. (MHI) in 1987 and served in various management roles for both MHI and MCO. In 2014, he was named deputy general manager, global marketing and sales division, where he was in charge of the Hiroshima division in Japan. From 2017, he served as executive vice president, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries America, Inc., before returning to Hiroshima as director of MCO since 2018.

Fukuda will focus on efforts to increase the North American turbomachinery footprint and expand on current after sales capabilities to capture greater market share.

“At MCO-I, our daily work ethic is grounded on honesty and integrity. Our goal is to be instrumental to our customers’ success by delivering state-of-the-art compression systems that safeguard plant reliability and availability,” Fukuda said. “The pride that we take in our work comes from continually meeting that goal, and from the trust we earn from our customers as a result of delivering valuable solutions time and time again.”

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Compressor International Corporation (MCO-I) was established in the United States in September 2012 as a group company of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI). Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Compressor Corporation (MCO), a wholly owned subsidiary of MHI in Hiroshima, Japan, holds a 70% stake with Mitsubishi Corporation (Americas) as a 30% joint venture partner. MCO-I is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of process compressors and mechanical drive steam turbines.

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