Canon Number-One Last Year in U.S. A3 Copier/MFP Sales
In a post on Linkedin, Canon U.S.A.’s Jason Ciotti, director of sales at Canon Solutions America, posted a Canon U.S.A. graphic showing that Canon U.S.A. was the leader in sales of A3 copier/MFPs in 2016. According to the data acquired from market-research firm International Data Corporation (IDC), Canon sold some 219,031 A3 monochrome and color copier/MFPs in 2016, earning it 26 percent U.S. market share.
Canon U.S.A. was next followed by Ricoh Americas, which sold some 181,101 units, earning it 22 percent market share, then by Xerox (17-percent share), Konica Minolta (15-percent share), Toshiba America Business Solutions (6-percent share), Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America (6-percent share), and Kyocera Document Solutions (5-percent share). HP Inc. – which is set to complete its purchase of Samsung Printing Solutions and the Samsung A3 copier/MFP line later this year – came in with 2 percent market share. Altogether some 838,0138 A3 copier/MFPs were sold in the United States last year.
Back in October 2016, Canon U.S.A. also reported that in the United States, U.S. workers print approximately 75 billion pages annually on Canon imageRUNNER and imageRUNNER ADVANCE copier/MFPs.
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