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Masafumi Nakagawa Named Kawasaki USA President

Masafumi Nakagawa Named Kawasaki USA President

According to a press release issued by Kawasaki Motors Corporation U.S.A. (KMC), Effective April 1st, Masafumi Nakagawa will be assuming the position of company President, replacing Takeshi Teranishi, as he takes command of KMC Japan. Nakagawa is no stranger to the inner workings of the company,...

Published on February 25 2014, 17:19
Source: www.asphaltandrubber.com
 

PR from Kawasaki: IRVINE, Calif. (Feb. 26, 2016) — Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A. (KMC) has announced that Yoshitaka "Yoshi" Tamura will succeed Masafumi "Masa" Nakagawa as president of the company, effective April 1. Nakagawa has been with KMC's parent company for 39 years and will retire after... 

IRVINE, Calif. (Feb. 19, 2014) – Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A. (KMC) has announced that Masafumi "Masa" Nakagawa will succeed Takeshi "Tak" Teranishi as president of the company, effective April 1. Nakagawa, who spent six years at KMC's Irvine headquarters in the late 1990s, will transition to... 

Nakagawa has been with the parent company since 1977, holding several titles with KHI and its subsidiaries in Japan and Europe. In the '90s, Nakagawa served six years in the U.S. with KMC, so he is very familiar with the market. More recently, Nakagawa worked as general manager and later... 

One of the questions I've heard frequently asked about the KawasakiNinja H2 and H2R can be summed up with one word: Why? Why the H2R? It doesn't fit the requirements of any international racing series. It's not street legal. And why the H2? Isn't it just a detuned H2R, designed not to break the...