The Tokyo-based ski-apparel brand has opened an American headquarters in Manhattan Beach, Calif., and named Shuzo Nojima president of Goldwin America Inc. Although Goldwin has been selling into the U.S. for four years, the moves demonstrate the 62-year-old Goldwin is serious about becoming a major contender to outfit the estimated 14 million American skiers. The company ranks as Japan’s largest ski-apparel company, with annual turnover of 52.5 billion yen, or $512 million at current exchange.
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