This Week in Imaging: Who Says this Industry is Boring?

And what summer doldrums and “slow news”? This past two weeks has been full of drama in the printer/copier industry – from tariffs, to Russian hackers, and more. So stay tuned – we will.

This Week in Imaging

Microsoft Warns of Russian Operatives Using IoT Printers to Hack Networks

Toshiba Reports Loss for First Quarter

Sales Slow at Toshiba Tec, but Profits Up

Kyocera Shifting Some Copier/MFP Production to Vietnam to Avoid Tariffs

Sales, Profits Slip for Kyocera’s First Quarter

U.S. to Impose Tariff on Remaining $300 Billion in Chinese Imports

Kodak to Expand Printing-Plate Sales in China with New Partnership

Revenue, Net Income Down for Brother’s First Quarter

Sharp Rolls Out New A3, A4 Lineup

Ricoh to Produce MFPs Using 100-Percent Renewable Energy

Ricoh USA Opens New U.S. Headquarters

Sharp Expands Direct Sales in Texas

Marco Announces Tenth Acquisition in Two Years

Canon Announces Availability of Kofax AutoStore 8

 

 

Advertisements

We Welcome Your Feedback

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: