Bridgestone/Firestone Announces Fujimura Promotion.Automotive Editors
NASHVILLE, Tenn.--(AutomotiveWire)--March 13, 2000
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In commenting on the promotion, Ono said, "Mike has been a major part of our success in the truck and bus tire segment. He has shown great talent and insight and this new position will give us the opportunity to have Mike apply those talents on a broader scale."
Kenji Shibata, President of BFS, remarked, "We are pleased to have Mike join us on the 'corporate' side of the business. In his new role, Mike will have an important role to play as we strive to make our operations even more customer friendly. His input will be invaluable in helping us determine how to make every part of our business truly customer focused as we reinforce that attitude among all of our employees at every level."
The Bridgestone/Firestone Truck Tire Sales division (BFTT BFTT Battle Force Tactical Training
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Mike Fujimura joined Bridgestone Corporation in 1967 and transferred to BFS, in the company's Akron operation, in 1989. He has a broad base of experience in the tire industry, working in areas such as quality control, product planning Product Planning is the ongoing process of identifying and articulating market requirements that define a product’s feature set. See also
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