Fusion Worldwide announced that it is expanding its base of operations in Japan and opening a new office in Taiwan to offer additional customer support for locally based clients.
On February 13, 2023, Fusion Worldwide will relocate to a larger office in the Tekko Building in Chiyoda-Ku, Tokyo. The new 2,626-square-foot office will house all current employees in addition to doubling the headcount in sales and purchasing. This expansion is taking place in just a year after Fusion started operations in Japan, in January 2022, and represents the rapid growth which Fusion is seeing in the world’s third-largest economy.
“Over the last 12 months, the growth of our business and customer base in Japan has been extremely encouraging. We have a great team in place, and we will continue growing our reach and to provide our customers in Japan with world-class sourcing capabilities and world-class customer service,” said Marcus Chen, Fusion’s Vice-President of Sales, Asia.
Fusion Worldwide is opening its first trading office in the Xinyi District of Taiwan, at Taipei 101 Tower, on February 1, 2023. Taiwan is a leader in the global semiconductor industry and where many of the world’s largest ODMs and Manufacturers are headquartered. The Taipei office will be Fusion’s sixth trading office in Asia and will enable Fusion to provide a higher level of support to customers and vendors in Taiwan.
Fusion Worldwide is dedicated to meeting its customers where they are located to best serve them, and the increased physical presence in Tokyo and Taiwan will improve the customer experience throughout the region.
About Fusion Worldwide
Fusion Worldwide has spent more than 20 years serving as an integral link in customers’ supply chains, solving both short-term challenges and providing long-term support. Fusion offers comprehensive solutions for its customers across numerous verticals including computing, IT infrastructure, automotive, industrial automation, consumer electronics, medical and more. The company’s ongoing investment in its technology infrastructure, which consists of a proprietary market-trend database, an online marketplace, and innovative testing platforms, translates into unique added value for its customers. The company’s recent acquisition of Prosemi, Singapore’s largest electronics test house, bolsters Fusion’s industry-leading capabilities in quality assurance and enables one-stop, turnkey sourcing for its customers. Headquartered in Boston, Mass., Fusion Worldwide has grown into a $2.7B global organization, with over 550 employees in 18 offices throughout the Americas, Europe, and Asia. For more information about Fusion Worldwide, click here.