Company Overview

Company Name
Toshiba Carrier Corporation
Commence Operation
April 1999
72-34 Horikawa-cho, Saiwai-ku, Kawasaki-shi, Kanagawa-ken, 212-8585, JAPAN
Fuji Factory & Engineering Center
336 Tadehara, Fuji-shi, Shizuoka-ken 416-8521 JAPAN
Kakegawa Engineering Center
1300-3 Kamo, Kikugawa-shi, Shizuoka-ken, 439-0031, JAPAN
Tsuyama Works
555 Kokubunji, Tsuyama-shi, Okayama-ken, 708-0843, JAPAN
President & CEO
Toru Kubo
11,510,000,000 Yen
Number of Employees
Approx. 2,200 (Toshiba Carrier), 5,500 (Toshiba Carrier Group combined)
(As of March 31, 2018)
Business Domains
  1. Planning, design, sales, manufacturing, contract manufacturing and repair of air conditioning, heating, cooling, refrigeration, ventilation, hot water equipment, fixture, compressor and control systems.
  2. Planning, design, sales, manufacturing, contract manufacturing and repair of residential equipment, cold chain equipment, and other electrical machinery and equipment.
  3. The planning and construction work of installation of the products listed in the preceding items.
Major Business Products
  1. Air conditioners for shops and offices, multi systems for buildings, package air-conditioners for facilities
  2. Industrial air conditioners, heat source system (chilling unit, package air-conditioner, fan coil unit)
  3. Heat pump hot water supply system
  4. Residential air conditioner
  5. Cold-chain equipment (display cases, freezer units, cooling units)
  6. Ventilating fans, Ventilating systems
  7. Compressors
Stock Holder
Toshiba Infrastructure Systems & Solutions Corporation  60%,
Carrier HVACR Investments B.V.  40%
Company History
April 1999
Established Toshiba Carrier Corporation as a joint venture between the Carrier, Inc. of the USA and the air conditioning equipment division of Toshiba Corporation.
April 2008
Merger of three companies: Toshiba Carrier Corporation, Toshiba Carrier Airconditioning Systems Corporation and Toyo Carrier Corporation.
November 2014
Subsidiary company Toshiba Carrier Air Conditioning Service Corporation is absorbed by merger into Toshiba Carrier Corporation.

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