In the copier segment, Canon maintained its leadership with 37.7 percent unit market share.
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Business inkjet shipments also fell slightly, but they remain positive for the first half of 2018.
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An abnormal phenomenon was noticed in the past quarter, showing that laser-based MFPs declined more and recovered slower than single-function laser-based printers(SFPs).
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Both inkjet and laser unit shipments contributed to the positive momentum, expanding 2.1 percent and 1.0 percent year-over-year, respectively.
Canon emerged as the market leader across three categories: 2017 Total A3 U.S. copier/MFP (monochrome and color), 2017 Total U.S. A3 Copier/MFP (monochrome), and 2017 Total U.S. A3 Copier/MFP (color).
From an inkjet perspective, the ink-tank market continued to rise steadily and now commands almost 70 percent of the inkjet market.
As expected, the consumer markets continue to suffer, but remain quite sizeable, while the business-inkjet market showed strong growth of 10.0 percent year-over-year.
The personal 3D-printing market was dominated by XYZprinting, Monoprice and rising Prusa Research and Wanhao.
HP also registered a very strong increase in market share for A3 business inkjets following the company’s acquisition of Samsung’s printer business early in fourth-quarter 2017.
Canon Solutions America’s Production Print Solutions division operates as the U.S. sales channel for the Océ VarioPrint i-series, Océ ColorStream 6000, and, most recently, the Océ ProStream Series.
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