Peterson leads Fujitsu US
USA: Matt Peterson is the new president and chief operating officer of Fujitsu General America.
The appointment, following the retirement of Tedd Rozylowicz, sees Peterson leading Fujitsu General’s heating and cooling business, including both split system heat pump and VRF systems, throughout North America.
His responsibilities also include leadership of the company’s sales, marketing, service and engineering. Peterson will also take charge of the firm’s strategic planning and growth initiatives.
Peterson comes to Fujitsu General after long tenures at Whirlpool Corporation and, more recently, Johnson Controls.
Tedd Rozylowicz, outgoing president, joined Fujitsu General America in 1999 and served as the company’s president since 2004.
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