Mitsubishi Imaging announces senior management appointments and establishes new divisions

Hide Tsukada is the new President and CEO of Mitsubishi Imaging (MPM) Inc.
Hide Tsukada is the new President and CEO of Mitsubishi Imaging (MPM) Inc.

Mitsubishi Imaging (MPM, Rye, New York), a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Paper Mills, has appointed Hide Tsukada to the position of President and CEO. Prior to his role as Executive Vice President of Mitsubishi Imaging, he served as a Group Leader for Mitsubishi Paper Mills Digital Imaging Sales. Tsukada has been heavily involved in Mitsubishi’s shift into digital imaging and has also been integral in driving the success of the company’s worldwide portfolio. In addition to the appointment, Mitsubishi Imaging (MPM) Inc. has formed two new business divisions to best align with its corporate strategies and new product development – Operations and Corporate Planning, as well as Sales and Product Planning.

Jillian Acord has been appointed as Senior Vice President, Operations and Corporate Planning, which includes Corporate Communications and Public Relations. Acord has held several leadership roles at Mitsubishi Imaging (MPM) that include responsibility for business performance in Marketing, Operations, General Administration, Human Resources and Information Technologies. Chris Hung will be Vice President of Sales and Product Planning, across all product lines. Hung has a long leadership status with Mitsubishi Imaging (MPM) and has been instrumental in bringing new products to market and forging longstanding strategic business partnerships with industry leaders. Acord and Hung will report directly to Tsukada.

Mitsubishi Imaging (MPM), with its parent company Mitsubishi Paper Mills, is a global leader in the manufacturing, development and distribution of technologies that maximize image quality. Mitsubishi has a long history of success serving the digital and graphic arts industries in North and South America. Its portfolio of digital and offset imaging products for commercial and in-plant printers ranges from high-speed inkjet papers, to ecological CTP and workflow solutions, to premium inkjet media for high-resolution imaging and more – all designed to increase efficiency and boost revenue.

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