Konica Minolta Business Solutions (Canada) reported on September 17th that it’s one of three vendors who will deliver managed print...
“Adjusting supply chains and other necessary changes could cost the company (Kyocera) tens of millions of dollars.”
In response to China’s retaliatory tariffs, President Trump threatened to declare a national emergency that would result in American businesses freezing their relationships with China.
The USTR stated that it intends to conduct an exclusion process for products subject to the additional tariff.
However, business inkjet shipments increased by 2.2 percent with particularly strong growth rates in some countries and in segments such as A3.
And what summer doldrums and “slow news”? This past two weeks has been full of drama in the printer/copier industry...
Ricoh Company also announced that it had completed its acquisition of DocuWare.
On August 5th, Ricoh Company of Tokyo, Japan, announced that it was committing to an ambitious plan under which it...
Sales in the Americas decreased by 2.3 percent year-over-year due to the decline of sales in the Office Printing group, although sales in the Commercial Printing group were up.
DocuWare will operate as a standalone subsidiary of Ricoh and Ricoh says it’s committed to maintaining and growing the DocuWare partner program.
According to Bloomberg, the United States may be willing to suspend the next round of tariffs on an additional $300...
As with many office-imaging vendors, Ricoh Company of Japan is actively seeking to diversify from office-imaging and printing into new markets.
Earlier this month, we reported on how Ricoh Company announced that it’s shifting some of its copier/MFP production from its...
The services provides voice-activated controls for Ricoh MFPs, starting with Ricoh’s IM Series of intelligent MFPs.
Ricoh, for its part, announced this week that it will move some of its printer and MFP production out of China and into Thailand in order to evade U.S. tariffs.
List 4 contains hundreds of Chinese products that U.S. President Trump has threatened to impose tariffs of up to 25 percent on, including copier/MFPs.