Ricoh USA (Malvern, PA) has announced that Joji Tokunaga has been named president and chief executive officer of Ricoh in the Americas.
Tokunaga, previously executive vice president and general manager of shared services with Ricoh USA, brings 33 years of sales, management and marketing experience. In his new role, Tokunaga will lead the North America team’s attempts to bring the global RICOH Ignite growth strategy to its customers and Ricoh Family Group dealer parners.
For more information, visit ricoh.com.
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