JVC completed the consolidation of its U.S. operations under the newly formed American subsidiary, JVC USA.
The consolidation combines JVC’s three U.S. sales divisions and its U.S. service company into a single organization. Plans to consolidate were announced in February.
Hiro Ishizuka has been named president/CEO of JVC USA . Previously, he was president and CEO of JVC Company of America, the organization formerly responsible for U.S. consumer products.
The four JVC companies consolidated to form JVC USA were:
JVC Company of America, a sales division selling consumer market TVs, camcorders, audio products, accessories and recording media products;
JVC Mobile Company of America, a sales division selling car audio, video and navigation products;
JVC Professional Products Company, a sales division selling professional cameras, security and display products; and
JVC Service and Engineering Company, the service division for all three U.S. sales companies.
“By consolidating our U.S. operations into a single organization, we have created a more efficient and more nimble organization that will strengthen JVC’s position in the U.S. market,” said Hiro Ishizuka, president and CEO, JVC USA.